Judicial elections do not always create democratic legitimacy due to low voter turnout. Participation is traditionally low for judicial elections. There are many theories to explain such low participation. For example, previous studies connect a citizen’s lack of education with participation in complex issues. Candidates generally focus on their legal résumés and discuss court administration or certain judicial reform matters during their campaigns. Since not all citizens are well-informed about the Constitution and the justices’ profiles, very few people vote in the elections. Therefore, only some opinions are represented through direct democracy. Judicial elections cannot fully establish the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.