. . . judges, vote a straight Republican ticket.
The goo-goos are usually right: It's better to split your ticket, voting for the best candidate of either party.
This approach potentially improves the average quality of our public servants. It also gives us a stronger two-party system, which dampens corruption and offers the possibility of more responsive government.
This year, however, the good-government crowd is wrong. Except for judges, you should vote a straight Republican ticket. Here's why: