Ken Ofgang

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The Los Angeles County Superior Court has about 450 judges who serve for six years. If they aren't challenged when their terms expire, they're automatically retained.

With Six Judgeships on the Ballot, How's a Voter to Choose?

The Los Angeles County Superior Court has about 450 judges who serve for six years. If they aren't challenged when their terms expire, they're automatically retained.

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About $120 million has been spent on nine  ballot propositions  collectively, with most of the money often coming from just one side.

In Tomorrow's Elections, Follow the Money

About $120 million has been spent on nine ballot propositions collectively, with most of the money often coming from just one side.

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