On Last Day of SCOTUS Hearings, Latino Victory Project Urges Senate to Confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington, D.C. — On the last day of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, Latino Victory Project urged the Senate to confirm the nominee. Brown Jackson will fill the vacancy of Justice Stephen Breyer, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Latino Victory Project President and CEO Nathalie Rayes released the following statement to urge the Senate to confirm Judge Brown Jackson: 

Throughout the confirmation hearing, Americans have seen why President Biden nominated Judge Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. She’s a brilliant legal expert who is more than qualified and experienced to sit in the highest court. Despite the harsh, unfounded line of questioning used by some Republican senators, Judge Brown Jackson remained calm and focused, key qualities that we expect of our Supreme Court justices. She’s also an impartial voice who has garnered the support of both Democrats and Republicans throughout her career. The Senate’s confirmation vote should be swift and in her favor, since she has had bipartisan support in the past, and her qualifications remain the highest for a Supreme Court nominee. We urge the Senate to vote and confirm her to the Supreme Court as swiftly as possible.” 


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