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Candidates to replace Justice John Paul Stevens
The White House is searching for a replacement for Justice John Paul Stevens. The list includes some of those President Obama considered last year, when he chose Sonia Sotomayor, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit in New York. At this point, White House aides, Democrats familiar with the process inside the administration and legal experts consider 6 candidates in the lead while others still bear watching.
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Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm
Year born: 1959
Education: University of California, Berkeley, J.D. Harvard Law School
Granholm (D) has encountered political trouble in her state because of the collapsing economy but was seen as a rising Democratic star. Born in Canada, Granholm is a Harvard Law graduate who served as attorney general before winning election as governor in 2002. She frequently campaigned with Obama during the presidential campaign. She was prominently mentioned last year but did not interview with Obama.
Experience: Governor of Michigan, Former Michigan Attorney General