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Justice candidates spar

Among issues on which the two Supreme Court candidates have sparred so far: The newly released Idaho State Bar poll and its high rankings for Burdick and low rankings for Bradbury; what happened in the school facilities lawsuit, which Bradbury dubbed "the darkest day in the history of the Supreme Court in Idaho" and Burdick defended, saying, "The court acted consistently with the Idaho state constitution as it has continued to do since I have been on it;" and whether reformer Bradbury could get along with his colleagues should he be elected to a court he's twice sued and has strongly criticized. "After I was elected (district judge), you will not find a lawyer in my district that will tell you there is even a hint of animosity," Bradbury declared, though he ran on a reform platform there. Burdick responded, "The bar survey certainly doesn't indicate what he has said - I beat him in every category in his own district, and in every category in his district he went down since the 2008 survey."




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