Hawglawblawg on the LEAA

“But how can we have a fair judicial process if we can’t even see who is funding judicial elections?”

http://hawglawblawg.com/2014/05/15/i-went-down-the-leaa-rabbit-hole/

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The Arkansas Project Weighs in on Supreme Court Race

“I find LEAA’s injection of such ideas into Arkansas politics offensive, as a lawyer – and I think everyone who knows anything about the Constitution should find LEAA’s conduct offensive, as an American. Wynne has been vocal about the fact that he isn’t the author of these ads. But when he’s asked about his evaluation of them, he has – just a little ironically – exercised his right to remain silent.”

Read more: A Note On Cullen Vs. Wynne For Supreme Court | The Arkansas Project
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http://www.thearkansasproject.com/a-note-on-cullen-vs-wynne-for-supreme-court/

Annenburg Public Policy Center Exposes False LEAA Ad

“In the end, the LEAA attack ad is beyond the pale. It comes at the 11th hour and distorts the record in a blatant appeal to fear and emotion. It is funded by special interests, but we don’t know the real intent of those behind the ad, because the group does not have to disclose its donors. This kind of attack has become all too common in races for the legislative and executive branches of government, but it is incompatible with the code of judicial conduct and has no place in judicial races.”

http://www.factcheck.org/2014/05/mudslinging-in-arkansas-judicial-race/