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Senate Judiciary Committee advances Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

October 22, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The Senate Judiciary committee voted 12-0 on Thursday to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, setting up her full Senate confirmation vote on Monday.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote today to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, despite a boycott by Democratic senators.

Trump will work to “show the contrast” with Democratic nominee Joe Biden, Farah said during an appearance on Fox Business.

Pressed on new polls, including Fox surveys that show Trump leading in Ohio but behind Biden in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan, she said the polls “model about where we were in 2016” and the White House is “confident in the multiple paths we have ahead. ”

Joe Biden said if he is elected president, he will put together a bipartisan commission to recommend potential reforms to the Supreme Court.

Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a lead in Pennsylvania and neither he nor President Trump leads in the critical state of Florida, according to new CNN polls conducted by SSRS.

In Florida, which has 29 electoral votes and is a critical battleground in the presidential race, 50% of likely voters say they back Biden, 46% Trump.

The Pennsylvania results show Biden well ahead in the state, which holds 20 electoral votes, with 53% of likely voters behind him and 43% backing Trump.

In Pennsylvania, though, the two are near even on this question, 50% say they trust Trump more, 48% Biden.

In Florida, a CNN Poll of Polls average shows Biden at 49% support in the state and Trump at 44%.

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump will have their microphones muted during portions of their second and final presidential debate on tonight, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced earlier this week in a decision that angered the President.

But Trump, Murtaugh said in a statement, is still "committed to debating Joe Biden" regardless of the change.

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