Barrett's High Court Confirmation, By The Numbers

Law360 (October 26, 2020, 9:06 PM EDT) -- Judge Amy Coney Barrett will join the U.S. Supreme Court after a narrow Senate vote Monday. Law360 put her confirmation process in perspective.

Monday's vote continued the trend of increasingly tight confirmation votes since the 1980s. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, joined all Democrats in opposing the nomination.

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The vote came after a weekslong process, including two long days of questioning by the 22 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. However, Democrats said the process was accelerated to approve...

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