Archive for the tag 'name recognition'

Dec 07 2011

Voting for candidates, or voting for a name?

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A recent article in the Texas Tribune discusses the potential in statewide judicial elections for candidates to be selected based on criteria no less superficial than the ethnic indicia a name provides. how to work from home The article, titled “The Cues Voters Use to Elect Unknown Candidates,” argues that “voters choose dozens of important […]

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Nov 11 2008

What’s In a Name

Published by under Judges,News

We’ve written before about name recognition being an important factor in predicting success in judicial elections.  And this story from the West Virginia campaign trail shows how true it is: “For the first time in history, a tomato-based condiment was the ticket to a seat on the state Supreme Court.” The Charleston Daily Mail reports […]

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