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The Missouri Plan calls for the governor to appoint all the judges in a state. Each new judge serves until election time. What happens to the judge at election time? A. The judge reports to Missouri for more training. B. The judge must win voter approval to stay. C. The governor appoints a new judge. D. The judge remains in the position for 12 more years.

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The answer is B. At the election which takes place after the serving of a one year term, the judge must be present in what is called a "retention election". If a lot of people vote against him or her being retained, then the judge is taken away from his position in the office. If the majority votes for the judge to stay, then he or she does.

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