Feb 26 2015

Charlotte Observer

Before the vote, Tillis called Lynch someone with “a remarkable track record.” He described his vote as the “most difficult decision I’ve had to make in my 45 days on this job.”

But in a statement, Tillis said, “It appears that she would represent little, if any, tangible policy or management difference from Attorney General Eric Holder.

“I cannot vote to confirm a nominee who will not make a firm and explicit commitment to reverse the partisan politicization that presently exists at the Department of Justice,” Tillis added.

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