Arizona Judicial Performance Review

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The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review (JPR) is responsible for developing performance standards and thresholds, and conducting performance reviews of justices and judges who are merit selected and subject to retention elections. Currently this includes judges and justices serving on the Arizona Supreme Court, Court of Appeals Division I, Court of Appeals Division II, Coconino County Superior Court, Maricopa County Superior Court, Pima County Superior Court and Pinal County Superior Court.

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Before you vote, read the JPR reports and get the facts about the judges who appear on the ballot so you can be confident and informed when you "Finish the ballot!" Voters have the power to remove or retain judges during the retention elections. View a printable list of judges eligible for retention in the 2024 General Election. Stay up to date with the latest news on all things JPR and find out about upcoming meetings with the commission or conference team!

Be an Informed Voter!

Learn how the Commission on Judicial Performance Review evaluates the judges through public input and how voters can use that information to decide which judges should be retained at election time.

Which Judges Will I Be Voting On?
Select your county to the left to see a list of all judges that will appear on your ballot and their evaluations or select your county from the drop down below:


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(602) 452-3098
(602) 452-3652
Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Court
1501 W. Washington St., Suite 221
Phoenix, AZ 85007-3231