MacDonald Questioned By Democrats At Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing
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New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald faced sharp questions from Democrats during his Executive Council confirmation hearing to become the state’s next supreme court Chief Justice.
But he also had strong backing from New Hampshire’s legal community.
Democrats, like Councilor Andru Volinsky, wanted to know why they should be confident someone who’s never been a judge – but has been active in conservative politics – would put personal ideology to the side when deciding cases.