In Arizona most judges do not have a lifetime term. After an initial two-year term of office and every few years thereafter, voters decide if a judge should be retained or removed. The Commission on Judicial Performance Review evaluates the judges and issues its recommendation for voters to consider when they decide how to vote.

This year 72 judges are up for retention state-wide. Voters in Pima County will be voting on 15. Below are the recommendations of the commission.

The full report, as well as lots of interesting information about the commission, can be found here…