Though it may be an off-year for most elections, Pennsylvania voters will cast their ballot in several statewide elections in November that could have enormous consequences for the future of the state.
There are five partisan judicial races: a Supreme Court seat, a Commonwealth Court seat, and two Superior Court seats. State judicial elections don’t typically get much attention or voter turnout, especially if the election won’t change the balance of power in the court. The outcome of these five elections, however, could have enormous implications down the line for the future of democracy in the Commonwealth because of how they’ll shape the partisan makeup of the courts for future elections.
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