Public Hearing Thursday on Court Nominee: Can We Keep Dan Will from the Superior Court Bench? - Granite Grok

Public Hearing Thursday on Court Nominee: Can We Keep Dan Will from the Superior Court Bench?

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The hearing for Gov. Chris Sununu’s problematic N.H. Superior Court nominee Dan Will is coming up this Thursday, and we need to remind the Executive Council not to support this nominee before they meet.


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Here is the history: N.H. Solicitor General Daniel Will wrote the Binford Objection which led to the NH Superior Court decision stating that the governor has the authority to “suspend the constitution” during a State of Emergency. Dan Will has been nominated to sit on this same court, making the court an even bigger constitutional threat.

Clearly, we must prevent Dan Will from taking residence on the NH Superior Court bench for 20 years. Please call and email all five of the executive councilors and tell them we need our judges defending the constitution, not undermining it. Ask them to say “no” to Dan Will’s nomination and urge the governor to find nominees that respect our rights.

Contact today

Councilor Joe Kenney (603-447-9263), 603-581-8780, Joseph.Kenney@nh.gov
Councilor Dave Wheeler (603-673-3604), David.K.Wheeler@nh.gov
Councilor Cinde Warmington (603-225-7262), Cinde.Warmington@nh.gov
Councilor Ted Gatsas, (603) 623-0211, Ted.Gatsas@nh.gov
Councilor Janet Stevens, (603) 436-1645, Janet.L.Stevens@nh.gov

Details For the Public hearing for Daniel Will

Thursday, May 6, 2021
1:00 p.m.
At the Division of Motor Vehicles
23 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH
PLEASE USE THE AUDITORIUM ENTRANCE AT THE BACK OF THE BUILDING ON THE RIGHT SIDE

Public comment may also be submitted by email to: gcweb@nh.gov

To participate remotely: Dial the call-in number: 1-800-356-8278, code: 119882. When prompted, clearly state your first and last name then one of the following four options: speak in support, speak in opposition, attending in support, or attending in opposition.

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