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State of Connecticut

Judicial Campaigns and Elections: Connecticut

Campaign Conduct

According to Connecticut's code of probate judicial conduct, judicial candidates shall not:

  • Make statements that commit or appear to commit them with respect to cases, controversies, or issues that are likely to come before the court.
  • Knowingly misrepresent the identity, qualifications, present position, or other fact concerning themselves or their opponents.
  • Personally solicit or accept campaign contributions.