They haven't made as many headlines, but Minnesota voters will see a long list of judicial races on the ballot when they go to the polls next week.
There's a race for a Minnesota Supreme Court seat — plus seats on the state Court of Appeals and District Courts.
The elections are nonpartisan in Minnesota, so voters won't see a party affiliation next to each candidate's name. And many of the candidates are running unopposed.
Robin Wolpert, president of the Minnesota State Bar Association, joined the program to talk about how judicial elections work in Minnesota and why.