THE ELECTION

Three priorities

, The National Law Journal

With the election just days away, The National Law Journal invited the major presidential and vice presidential candidates to write about the legal issues facing the next administration and to offer their views on such topics as the rule of law, the federal court system, judicial appointees and priorities for the U.S. Department of Justice. So far, only Sen. John McCain has accepted the invitation, outlining the three important priorities of a McCain administration: keeping the Department of Justice politically neutral, focusing law enforcement programs on addressing important issues of the day and appointing strict constructionist judges.

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