At a televised town hall Wednesday night, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton blasted Republican attempts to repeal marriage equality.

Out CNN anchor Anderson Cooper hosted the town hall, which took place at the Derry Opera House in Derry, New Hampshire.

When asked what she would look for in a Supreme Court justice, Clinton told the crowd that the high court is one of the many reasons “why we can't turn the White House over to the Republicans.”

“[The Supreme Court has] a view that I just fundamentally disagree with about what the way we have to keep the balance of power in our society is. So, they have given way too much power to corporations. They have given Citizens United the biggest gift, the Koch brothers, Karl Rove and all of those folks whose values I don't share, and who are doing everything they can to try to turn the clock back.”

“We have to preserve marriage equality. We have to go further to end discrimination against the LGBT community. We've got to make sure to preserve Roe v. Wade; not let it be nibbled away, or repealed. We've got work to do,” she added.

She reiterated her pledge to support LGBT rights in her closing remarks.

Clinton's rival, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, did not directly address LGBT issues during his portion of the CNN town hall.