As the country votes for a new president after a bitter campaign that focused heavily on the power to fill an opening on the U.S. Supreme Court, Gov. Nathan Deal is about to fill three positions on the Georgia Supreme Court.

The governor will soon appoint justices to fill two new positions increasing the court from seven members to nine and a third to succeed retiring Chief Justice Hugh Thompson. All three will start work in January.

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