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Confirmation of U.S. Circuit and District Court Nominations in Presidential Election Years
Denis Steven Rutkus (au); Barry J. McMillion (au)
In 2012, a presidential election year, an ongoing subject of debate in the Senate has been how many U.S. circuit and district court nominations should be confirmed by yearńˇ╗s end, and how late in the year the Senate should continue to confirm them. Senators have disagreed as to what guidance, if any, previous presidential election years provide to the Senate regarding these questions. They have differed specifically on whether slowing down, or stopping, the processing of judicial nominations at a certain point during this session of Congress, or after a certain number of nominees have been confirmed, would be in keeping with the Senateńˇ╗s experience in past presidential election years. This report analyzes the number and timing of circuit court and district court nominations confirmed by the Senate in presidential election years from 1980 to 2008. It compares the processing of judicial nominations during these years, using various quantitative measures, while relating its findings to the Senateńˇ╗s processing of judicial nominations in 2012, as of June 30. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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