Regarding the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Republicans where are you?
Judicial Crisis Network also invested over $5 million into its pro-Kavanaugh campaign and spent another $1.5 million in an ad blitz after Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accused him of sexual assault while they both were in high school.
In this scenario, we assume that the demographics of this year's electorate generally mirror those of recent midterms and that people who haven't voted in a recent midterm stay home again this year.
In a letter to the clerk of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, a Justice Department lawyer said the action would be necessary to give the litigation a chance of being heard by the Supreme Court in its current term, which ends in June.
Liberal activists have expressed their frustration with the makeup of the Senate in the aftermath of the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination process.
As Republicans fight to preserve their majority, some GOP leaders believe they have touched a nerve by linking Democrats to protests against Trump's agenda.
Instead, she said House committees under Democrats would conduct oversight of the administration and help special counsel Robert Mueller conclude his Russian Federation investigation, preserving all the documents from his probe for congressional follow-up.
Democrats need to gain 23 seats to wrest control of the House from Republicans, something surveys suggest is within reach.
Much of Trump's success in this area has to do with Republican leadership in the Senate.
Silver's analysis treats senators Bernie Sanders and Angus King as Democrats because they caucus with that party.
"The district court's injunction has now been in place for more than nine months and, unless either this Court or the Supreme Court promptly intervenes, it could remain in force for at least another year, given the Supreme Court's argument calendar", the government said.
"Basically, it's all about causing suffering", she said. 'What she did was to come forward and testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee and agree to cooperate with any investigation by the FBI'.
When the court has been at its worst, he said, "it has been when the court has yielded to political pressure" - such as allowing for the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
'I am here today not because I want to be. Our role is very clear: "We are to interpret the laws and Constitution of the United States and ensure that the political branches act within them".
"We do think we are in this important enterprise together", he said. My responsibility is to tell you the truth'.