Governor to Nominate AG MacDonald for Supreme Court Chief Justice
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Governor Chris Sununu says he will nominate Gordon MacDonald to serve as the next chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
MacDonald, 57, has served as the state’s Attorney General since April 2017. He was previously in private practice at the Nixon Peabody law firm.
“During his time as Attorney General, Gordon’s leadership skills, along with his independence, have been on full display,” said Sununu in a statement. “Gordon has never been afraid to follow the path or take the action that he believes is right, even when that course may not be the easiest and even when some, including myself, may disagree with him.”