Ohio Supreme Court chief justice Thomas Moyer says money is playing too big a role in races for seats on the high court. He wants to change that by ending popular election of justices and letting the Governor appoint them from a list compiled by a nominating committee. Moyer is part of a broader push by former U.S. Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the American Bar Association to eliminate judicial elections nationwide. Ohio voters have twice rejected merit selection schemes, the last time in 1987. Justice Moyer will explain why it might be different this time.