The Christian Coalition of Georgia is asking judicial candidates to declare positions on abortion, school prayer, homosexual conduct and other hot-button issues. This is the first election in Georgia where judicial candidates have been allowed to declare positions on issues and offer unfettered criticism of their opponents, but a watchdog group says it's unethical for candidates to commit themselves on issues that may come before them in court.
Christian Coalition Tests Judicial Candidates
May 14, 2004
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