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12-9-1      Judicial officers nominated and elected in nonpolitical elections.
12-9-2      Repealed.
12-9-3      Repealed.
12-9-3.1      Individual judicial positions designated by secretary of state.
12-9-4      Filing of nominating petitions--Number of signatures--Form and contents.
12-9-5      Repealed.
12-9-6      Party references prohibited in petitions filed.
12-9-7      Repealed.
12-9-8      Primary not required if no more than two candidates for each position.
12-9-9      Repealed.
12-9-10      Order of listing candidates on ballot--Arrangement by lot--Right to be present.
12-9-11      Repealed.
12-9-12      Preparation of judicial primary ballots--Order of listing candidates.
12-9-13      Form of judicial ballot prescribed by board.
12-9-14      Nomination by highest vote--Number of nominees.
12-9-15      Petitions to fill vacancies after primary.
12-9-16 to 12-9-20.      Repealed.
          APPENDIX A. Guidelines for Judicial Campaigns [Repealed].

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