WILMINGTON (CBS) – On the night her possible successor was introduced, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was remembered one more time in Wilmington on Saturday.

A candlelight vigil for Justice Ginsburg on the Wilmington Town Common brought emotion and also deep concern from some about Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

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Wilmington residents mourned the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday. (WBZ-TV)

“To so many of us, this is kind of violating the legacy of RBG and everything she fought for. We’re faced with a very partisan pick who will be on the bench for decades, and will be deciding human rights cases and deciding reproductive rights,” said organizer Siobhan Reidy.

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Reidy worries that Roe v. Wade might be overturned, now that Judge Barrett appears poised for the high court.

“She poses a direct threat to many. In many’s minds. She poses a direct threat to democracy, to equality and justice, and that’s a real fear for many of us.”

Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey says if Barrett is confirmed, he will push to increase the number of justices who sit on the Supreme Court.

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“The Republicans are violating their own pledge not to have any justice confirmed during a presidential year, and they’re gonna push forward with Amy Coney Barrett. I will fight that with every ounce of political fiber which I have,” Markey said. “The attempt by the Republicans and by Donald Trump to steal this Supreme Court Seat. The consequences would be catastrophic for a woman’s right to choose, for labor laws, for environmental laws.”