Margaret Hassan (D - NH) Definitely No



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3 Statements
(Statements last updated October 6, 2018 04:02 PM -04:00.)

September 26: The eyes of the country – and the world – are upon us, and I fear what they will see in the coming days. It is not too late for the Senate to pause this sham process and make clear that this body listens to survivors and takes their experiences, and their pain, seriously. However, if the Senate continues on its present course, it will be an abject failure by this body that will not soon be forgotten. (

September 10: I have watched Judge Kavanaugh’s responses during his nomination hearings. I have examined his judicial writings and past public statements. I have also reviewed the limited number of documents that Republicans agreed to share with the American people -- and I will vote no. (Twitter)

July 9: I am concerned about Judge Kavanaugh’s commitment to the rights of all Americans given President Trump’s assurance that Roe v. Wade will be overturned by his nominees to the Court, coupled with the fact that this nominee came from a list of candidates developed with groups funded by corporate special interests. In the coming days, Judge Kavanaugh must be clear about how he views the importance of legal precedent and straightforward in his answers about past cases involving women’s reproductive rights, health care, the environment, LGBTQ equality, and the civil rights of all Americans. Senator McConnell has made it clear that he will break his own precedent and bring the nominee to the floor for a vote before the election, and I will therefore thoroughly review Judge Kavanaugh’s record and responses throughout the nomination process. (


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