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November 05, 2004

Belated judicial election round-up

Links to stories about the judicial election results in a few states well-known to Point of Law readers:

Alabama -- "GOP sweeps Alabama Supreme Court races" (Kim Chandler & Stan Bailey, Birmingham News, Nov. 3)

Michigan -- "Supreme Court: Easy victories predicted for 2 incumbents" (L.L. Brasier, Detroit Free Press, Nov. 3)

Mississippi -- "Graves in runoff for Supreme Court, three incumbents easily win" (Sheila Haradwell Byrd, AP, Nov. 3)

Texas -- "GOP maintains grip on statewide elective offices" (Clay Robison, Houston Chronicle, Nov. 3)

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