Tell the Senate: #WeNeedNine

Senate Republicans have vowed to deny President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court a hearing—never mind an up or down vote. But the Constitution is clear: It’s the President’s job to nominate Supreme Court justices, and it’s the Senate’s job to consider them.

Tell the Senate: it’s time to fulfill their constitutional responsibility, consider Chief Judge Merrick Garland and restore the Supreme Court to nine justices.

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Days of obstruction since Chief Judge Garland's nomination. On March 16th, 2016, President Obama nominated Chief Judge Merrick B. Garland to the Supreme Court. We’re counting the number of days that pass until the Senate Republicans do their job. Learn More.

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As the lead prosecutor on the Oklahoma City bombing case, Merrick Garland did his job overseeing the investigation.

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