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Maryland Judge, Court of Special Appeals, 4th Appellate Circuit

About the Race

When there is a vacancy the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoints a person duly qualified to fill the office. Once appointed, the judge holds the office until the next general election occurring one year after the vacancy. At that time, the judge runs for continuance in office in which the registered voters of the appellate judicial circuit or the entire State, in the case of an at-large Judge, vote to approve or reject his or her continuance in office. The judge then runs for continuance every ten years thereafter.

General Election

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Prince George's - Retain Special Appeals Court Judge James P. Salmon Results  
Yes 142,09788%
No 19,06612%
Key: * Incumbent | Red Checkmark Winner
Precincts: 100% | Updated: 5:52 PM ET | Source: The Post


James P. Salmon

James P. Salmon*

Occupation Associate judge, Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
Education BA, economics, St. Vincent College; JD, University of Maryland School of Law.
Age: 66 | Residence: University Park.
Web site: None given. | » E-mail

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