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Justice at Stake

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Focus  Judiciary
Website  www.justiceatstake.org
Location  Washington, D.C.
Founded  2000
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Key people  Mark I. Harrison, Chair of the Board; Bert Brandenberg, Executive Director
Headquarters  Washington, D.C., United States
Similar  Brennan Center for Justice, Ballot Initiative Strategy, American Constitution Society, Center for Community Change, American Judicature Society
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Justice at stake overview


Justice at Stake is an American judicial advocacy organization. The group advocates for an end to judicial elections, and for stricter regulations regarding campaign finance for state-level judicial races. George Soros is one of the organization's primary donors.

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The organization's stated mission is to "help Americans keep courts fair and impartial."

Background

Founded in 2000, Justice at Stake is a 501(c)(3) organization governed by a board of directors. The chair of the board is Mark I. Harrison.

Justice at Stake advocates for judicial appointments rather than judicial elections. It also advocates for reforms such as public financing of judicial elections and stricter campaign finance regulations regarding state judicial races.

References

Justice at Stake Wikipedia


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