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Wha?


Peter Vickery's opponent for the open Governor's Council seat, Aaron Wilson, has some odd beliefs:
In his months of campaigning, Vickery picked up an impressive roster of endorsements from across the four-county area, and continues to emphasize his liberal leanings: The Amherst lawyer is for abortion rights, for marriage rights for same-sex partners and against the death penalty.

"It's relevant due to the job. I want people to know where I stand, and I'd love to know where my opponent stands," said Vickery, who earned a reputation representing three plaintiffs in a 2002 lawsuit against House Speaker Thomas M. Finneran to force a special election for a vacancy in the 1st Hampshire District.

Wilson isn't saying where he stands on those issues, saying they will not come into play as he approves or rejects nominees.
So, if I get this straight, Wilson thinks that issues don't matter when approving or rejecting a judge. I guess the whole rest of the world has got it wrong then.