“The partisan campaign against qualified and fair judicial nominees, far from coming to an end, is going full steam ahead.” Thomas Jipping, Deputy Director of the Edwin Mersey III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
Federal judges serve for life, deciding cases involving the most important issues of our time. It’s no wonder Senate liberals are working hard to slow down President Trump’s ability to place Constitutional judges.
President Trump has filled 68 judgeships already. He currently has 135 federal judicial vacancies to fill, and 19 that will become vacant in the future.
Heritage scholars help spotlight vacancies, evaluate potential appointees’ records, recommending names, and defending appointees’ character in the media.