2020 Judicial Retention Election

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2020 Judicial Retention Election

Please note: The listing below contains information regarding judges who are eligible to file for retention in the November 2020 election.

The Secretary of State's filing deadline is August 3, 2020. A candidate list of judges who have filed can be found on the Secretary of State’s Judicial Filings webpage once it is available.

The list below will be finalized after the filing deadline has passed.

Supreme Court Justices:

Jeffrey J. Funke
Lindsey Miller-Lerman

Court of Appeals Judges:

David K. Arterburn
Michael W. Pirtle

Workers’ Comp Court:

Dirk V. Block
Thomas E. Stine

District Court:

Richard A. Birch
Timothy P. Burns
J. Michael Coffey
Duane C. Dougherty
Geoffrey C. Hall
Terri S. Harder
Darla S. Ideus
Andrew R. Jacobsen
Mark D. Kozisek
John H. Marsh
Stefanie A. Martinez
Kevin R. McManaman
Andrea D. Miller
Travis P. O'Gorman
Marlon A. Polk
Gary B. Randall
Rick A. Schreiner
Michael A. Smith
Julie D. Smith
George A. Thompson

Separate Juvenile:

Lawrence D. Gendler
Matthew R. Kahler
Linda S. Porter

County Court:

Kale B. Burdick
Michael P. Burns
Linda S. Caster Senff
Alfred E. Corey III
PaTricia A. Freeman
Marcena M. Hendrix
John E. Huber
Todd J. Hutton
Marcela A. Keim
Sheryl L. Lohaus
Darryl R. Lowe
Curtis L. Maschman
Craig Q. McDermott
Kris D. Mickey
Rodney D. Reuter
Stephanie S. Shearer
Edward D. Steenburg
Steven B. Timm
Kent D. Turnbull
Kenneth J. Vampola
Arthur S. Wetzel
James M. Worden