National Association of Women Judges unveils civics education project
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The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) unveiled its civics education project yesterday (Jan. 15).

Entitled "Informed Voters, Fair Judges,” the campaign addresses what organizers see as a growing gap in civic literacy in the nation. The non-partisan voter education project was developed to increase public awareness about the judicial system, to inform voters that politics and special interest attacks have no place in the courts, and to give voters the tools they need to exercise an informed vote in favor of fair and impartial courts.

NAWJ is the nation’s primary professional organization for female jurists in state, federal and appellate courts in all 50 states. Founded in 1979, the NAWJ counts more than 12,000 members.

View campaign materials and receive more information at the NAWJ website.