Rachel Lea Hunter for NC Supreme
Court Opens Another Web Window
Posted Aug 19, 2004 - 02:59 PM "Ask 'Madame Justice'" web site feature gives candid answers to candid questions
Cary, NC. - Rachel Lea Hunter, a candidate for the recently vacated North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice seat, today announced a new web site feature - "Ask 'Madame Justice'".
Since the Rachel Lea Hunter for NC Supreme Court web site launched, several concerned voters from throughout North Carolina have asked questions of Rachel Lea Hunter. These questions are now posted with answers on the campaign web site, which can be accessed at www.rachelforjustice.com
"Rachel Lea Hunter is a candidate who is upfront about her candidacy," stated campaign manager Cameron DeJong. "The "Ask 'Madame Justice'" feature is just one of many areas where we are working to ensure that voters get the full story about the great candidate Ms. Hunter is."
Web developer Shirley Maurizzio of Mirror Design Solutions ( www.mirrordesignsolutions.com ) agrees.
"It has been a pleasure working for the Rachel Lea Hunter campaign for many reasons; one of the top being that Ms. Hunter is extremely honest about her candidacy for Supreme Court," said Maurizzio. "When I started seeing the volume of e-mail coming in to the campaign web site, Mr. DeJong joined me in brainstorming an idea to make the web site even more interactive," she continued.
The Rachel Lea Hunter for NC Supreme Court web site currently contains links to chat on all of the major instant messenger platforms, a live chat feature staffed by the campaign and candidate, a web blog, and numerous other ways of communicating with the campaign.
Questions and answers visitors will find on this new section of the Rachel Lea Hunter for NC Supreme Court web site include:
Q: You mention two examples of 'dangerous' judicial activism - Roe v. Wade and gay marriage decisions in Massachusetts. It seems to me like you are opposed to just liberal 'activism.' Is this the case?
A: My position is the same on activism, whether it comes from the right or the left. Most people associate judicial activism with the left. Howard Manning, an opponent of mine, is a Republican superior court judge. However, he made up new law in the Leandro case. It is not for a judge to determine how the schools will be funded. That is a function of the legislative branch, not the judiciary.
Other questions include one asking about public financing of judicial campaigns and one asking why Rachel Lea Hunter is running for NC Supreme Court Associate Justice. To view the answers of "Madame Justice" and for more information on this dynamic campaign, visit www.rachelforjustice.com