This November, Be a Supreme Court Voter

Michele Jawando on the impact the next president will have on the Supreme Court.

This is a historic presidential election. The next president could dramatically change the nature of the U.S. Supreme Court for generations to come. As such, voters who care about the direction of this country must base their vote on the importance of the Supreme Court when they cast their ballot this November.

Being a “Supreme Court voter” is different from being a single-issue voter. So many issues that matter to Americans — immigration reform, healthcare, voting rights, reproductive rights, campaign finance reform and core constitutional questions about how we define rights and government power — end up at the Supreme Court.

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Authors

Michele L. Jawando

Vice President