Tom Cotton (R - AR) Definitely Yes

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(Statements last updated September 24, 2018 10:54 PM -04:00.)

September 24: The Democrats are engaged in a campaign of delay and character assassination against Judge Kavanaugh. It’s time to vote this week. (Twitter)

September 18: U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton appeared on a conservative radio show yesterday and said, "My opinion of Judge Kavanaugh has not changed. He's made an unequivocal and categorical denial of these 36-year-old allegations and every known fact so far supports that denial". (Arkansas Times)

August 1: I had an excellent meeting with Judge Kavanaugh today. We spoke at length about his jurisprudence, which I've reviewed over the last month, and how he sees the Supreme Court's role in our constitutional democracy. He stressed that judges should not impose their personal views on the public but instead apply the law as written. He has a long and impressive record of public service from his time on the D.C. Circuit, and it's clear he has the character and judgement to serve in this very important post. I look forward to supporting his nomination. (Twitter)

July 10: The President did throughout this process what he promised to do on the campaign trail, what he did in his first opportunity to nominate a Supreme Court justice, is work from a list that he gave to the American people in advance of very distinguished jurists of all stripes. He selected Judge Kavanaugh who has a long and very impressive record from the D.C. Circuit, and before that as a very capable appellate lawyer in Washington, D.C. I’ve got now a stack of opinions on my desk that I’ll be reading through, which is one of the reasons why I left the law and became a soldier, but it’s part of the job. And then I’ll look forward to meeting with Judge Kavanaugh very soon. (RealClearPolitics)

July 9: Judge Kavanaugh has an impressive record as a jurist and as a lawyer. This is a highly consequential nomination, and it deserves the most careful consideration, so I look forward to meeting with Judge Kavanaugh soon to discuss more in detail his views on the Supreme Court's role in our constitutional democracy. (senate.gov)

 

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