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Kemp: That was the one making the connection between the Supreme Court’s decision on voter ID laws, a unanimous decision, but they were making some kind of connection with some kind of position of the Obama administration. So I didn’t think that was fair because it was a unanimous decision. When the public looks at these races and sees these types of ads and the dark money coming in, how does that affect their judgment of the races? Kemp: I don’t know, that’s hard, I’m not sure. more info hereI think overall people don’t prefer those kinds of ads. I think they’d want to see more positive ads themselves. I think it may bring about more skepticism on all races, not just judicial races but all races. Since the election, what kind of conversations and meetings have you had with your fellow Supreme Court justices? Kemp: We’ve had one meeting, the five justices on the court, plus me and Judge Womack.
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