“We’re the first state since 1921 moving toward partisan elections for judges,” said Rep. Marcia Morey, a Democrat who was a district court judge before entering the legislature. “I feel like we’re taking off the black robes and we’re putting on red and blue robes, and does that really serve the interests of justice?”
“We’re the first state since 1921 moving toward partisan elections for judges,” said Rep. Marcia Morey, a Democrat who was a district court judge before entering the legislature. “I feel like we’re taking off the black robes and we’re putting on red and blue robes, and does that really serve the interests of justice?” N&O File Photo
“We’re the first state since 1921 moving toward partisan elections for judges,” said Rep. Marcia Morey, a Democrat who was a district court judge before entering the legislature. “I feel like we’re taking off the black robes and we’re putting on red and blue robes, and does that really serve the interests of justice?” N&O File Photo

NC Republicans stung by court rulings aim to change judges

October 19, 2017 11:32 AM