While the dictionary definition of partisan includes adherents of a party, cause, ...
Today, nonpartisan elections are generally held for municipal and county ...
Outlines the main arguments around partisan election practices. Lists the election
types of the 30 most populous cities.
A partisan election is one in which party labels appear on the ballot. A non-
partisan municipal election does not permit party labels to appear on the ballot.
history of partisan elections. ... Election on a nonpartisan basis was central to ...
average voter turnout is about 10 percent higher for partisan vs. nonpartisan.
results for non
offices from Washoe County November 2 mid-term 2010 general election
voting. More »
Jun 30, 2015 ... Seven states elect their supreme court justices in partisan elections. .... One
popular reform method was the nonpartisan election of judges, first ...
Dec 14, 2008 ... In a non-partisan election, candidates file for office and run without partisan
identification. Thus, John Doe just runs as John Doe. Political ...
Nonpartisan vs. Partisan Elections. North Carolina law permits cities, towus, and
villages to use either partisan elections or any one of three versions of ...
www.naco.org/sites/default/files/documents/County Elections Partisian or Non Partisian.pdf
In actuality, the number of states where counties hold non-partisan elections has
... Dakota, and Wisconsin—had entirely non-partisan elections at the local level.
Oct 25, 2012 ... The other states in the top six, Ohio and Michigan, have ostensibly nonpartisan
elections but use partisan processes to nominate their judicial ...