Former President Bill Clinton, on the campaign trail for his wife Hillary Clinton, shined a light on the Supreme Court.
“We need to recognize something that has received almost no attention in this election, which is that the next president of the United States will make between one and three appointments to the United States Supreme Court,” the former president said in New Hampshire.
“And I know who I want doing that,” he added to cheers.
I have previously blogged about how the candidates discuss the Supreme Court, including Marco Rubio (here, here, here, and here), Jeb Bush (here and here), Rand Paul (here and here), Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton (here and here), and Bernie Sanders.
Disclosure: I have advised the Rand Paul campaign.