Judicial Candidate Seeks Right to Campaign

The Conservative Voice reports:

. . . Judicial candidate Randolph Wolfson filed suit today in federal court in Phoenix to block enforcement of Arizona judicial canons that restrict the ability of state court judicial candidates to engage in ordinary political activities as part of their campaigns . . .

The case is Wolfson v. Brammer, et al., case number 08-CV-958. The action was brought by attorneys from the James Madison Center for Free Speech, with the assistance of attorneys from the Alliance Defense Fund. The Complaint and Memorandum supporting the motion for preliminary injunction are available in PDF format online at the James Madison Center’s website, www.jamesmadisoncenter.org , under the ‘Judicial Accountability Project’ link . . .