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===The Judicial Nominating Commission===
 
===The Judicial Nominating Commission===
The [[Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission|Judicial Nominating Commission]] is body which selects potential justices and judges for gubernatorial appointments for judicial positions on Oklahoma's appellate courts. In the event of a vacancy, for whatever reason, within the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, or the Court of Civil Appeals, the Commission screens a list of applicants that desire that job. Next, the Commission selected three qualified nominees and presents the names to the Governor. The Governor may then appoint one of the nominees to position with further approval not necessary. If the Governor fails to appoint a nominee to the position within sixty days, the Chief Justice of Oklahoma may make the selection.
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The [[Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission|Judicial Nominating Commission]] is body which selects potential justices and judges for gubernatorial appointments for judicial positions on Oklahoma's appellate courts. In the event of a vacancy, for whatever reason, within the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, or the Court of Civil Appeals, the Commission screens a list of applicants that desire that job. Next, the Commission selected three qualified nominees and presents the names to the Governor. The Governor may then appoint one of the nominees to position with further approval not necessary. If the Governor fails to appoint a nominee to the position within sixty days, the Chief Justice of Oklahoma may make the selection.Hi i'm bob.
   
 
==County government==
 
==County government==
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