Political Positions of Sarah Palin - Social and Legal Issues - Legal System - Judicial Appointments

Judicial Appointments

While interviewing candidates to fill judge vacancies in Alaska state courts, Palin asked prospective appointees questions about work history, background and basic judicial philosophy. She did not ask such individuals about their positions on abortion or any other specific cases.

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