“Yes. I think it is a very key issue for both sides of the political isle. And I think it’s the kind of thing that will be a big question when they are reviewing people for the position. People are very passionate about it.”

Pamela Faust, Mount Vernon

“No. They ought to let it stand and play out. I am against abortion, but it shouldn’t be a question that they even discuss with the new justice.”

William Ashcraft, Mount Vernon

“No. Women have the choice to do what they want with their bodies, I mean, if they want to have an abortion they can.”

Charlie Hammons, Brinkhaven

“You know, I don’t know much about Supreme Court. I keep up a lot with the general election but recently I don’t keep up with most of it.”

Janica Ponce, Mount Vernon

“Well, [yes], if it’s going to affect it in any certain way. It looks like it’s going to — now, I wish it wasn’t — but yeah.”

Marsha Gerhardt, Butler

“No I don’t. I think that that’s a personal matter between a person and their god. And if — you know just because something’s legal doesn’t mean you have to do it. You know what I mean. It shouldn’t even be brought up. [Abortion] is something the sinners are going to have to pay for, you know what I mean? It’s just already set a law.”

Ken White, Mount Vernon

 

 

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