Most Ill. judges likely to retain seats in Nov.
CHICAGO – Among the public officials on the November ballot in Illinois, judges seem to have little reason to fear that voters will give them the boot.
Retention rates for circuit judges are typically at or near 100 percent, even when legal groups give some poor reviews, which some observers say is cause for concern.
"In most elections, there are none that lose retention [anywhere in Illinois]. It's very rare," David Anderson, a spokesman for the Illinois State Bar Association, told The Associated Press on Sunday.
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