West Wing Revisited — Cast Shoots Ad in Support of Voting on Non-Partisan Judicial Elections — and One Particular Michigan Supreme Court Candidate

This is pretty newsworthy, regardless of who you might support in a judicial election.

The West Wing cast reunites to shoot an ad (here — just shown on the MS-NBC program “The Last Word)” in support of the idea that voters must be careful to specifically vote in non-partisan judicial elections.  If you just check one party or the other, assuming you are then done, you will in fact not have voted in any non-partisan judicial elections on the ballot.

The ad uses as an example the Michigan Supreme Court candidacy of the sister of one of the actors.  Its an ad for her, but for much more.

Its an important general message about the importance of judicial elections — and a great moment for West Wing fans.

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