Judicial Campaigns and Elections: California
California's contribution limits apply only to special elections and special runoff elections.
According to a 2010 law, judges must disclose contributions from parties and attorneys in cases before them. Judges who received a contribution of more than $1,500 from a party or attorney for an election within the last six years or for an upcoming election are disqualified from participating in the case. The non-contributing party may waive disqualification.
See below for National Institute on Money in State Politics data on contributions to state high court candidates.
Amounts raised by each candidate at the most recent election cycle:No information found