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Pace of Confirmations

As of today, the 1053rd day of Donald J. Trump's presidency, the Senate has confirmed 172 Article III judges nominated by President Trump, and 48 intermediate appellate judges nominated by President Trump. That is the 2nd fastest confirmation pace of all U.S. presidents, and the fastest confirmation pace for federal appellate judges of any U.S. president.

For comparison, here are the numbers of (1) confirmed Article III judges and (2) federal intermediate appellate judges nominated by every U.S. president at the 1053rd day of their presidencies:


All Article III

  1. Jimmy Carter: 195
  2. Donald J. Trump: 172
  3. George W. Bush: 168
  4. William J. Clinton: 166
  5. Richard M. Nixon: 159
  6. John F. Kennedy: 131
  7. George H.W. Bush: 130
  8. Ronald Reagan: 124
  9. Barack Obama: 123
  10. Lyndon B. Johnson: 97
  11. Dwight D. Eisenhower: 77
  12. Gerald Ford: 64
  13. Herbert Hoover: 61
  14. William H. Taft: 58
  15. Warren G. Harding: 57
  16. Harry S Truman: 50
  17. Grover Cleveland: 43
  18. Calvin Coolidge: 39
  19. Theodore Roosevelt: 35
  20. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 34
  21. Woodrow Wilson: 31
  22. Abraham Lincoln: 31
  23. George Washington: 28
  24. William McKinley: 26
  25. Ulysses Grant: 26
  26. Benjamin Harrison: 23
  27. Rutherford B. Hayes: 20
  28. Chester A. Arthur: 19
  29. Franklin Pierce: 14
  30. John Quincy Adams: 10
  31. Andrew Johnson: 10
  32. Thomas Jefferson: 9
  33. James Monroe: 9
  34. James K. Polk: 9
  35. James Buchanan: 8
  36. Andrew Jackson: 7
  37. Zachary Taylor: 6
  38. John Tyler: 6
  39. James A. Garfield: 6
  40. Millard Fillmore: 5
  41. Martin Van Buren: 5
  42. John Adams: 4
  43. James Madison: 4

U.S. Courts of Appeals

  1. Donald J. Trump: 48
  2. Jimmy Carter: 45
  3. Richard M. Nixon: 34
  4. George H.W. Bush: 31
  5. George W. Bush: 29
  6. William J. Clinton: 27
  7. Lyndon B. Johnson: 25
  8. Barack Obama: 24
  9. Ronald Reagan: 23
  10. John F. Kennedy: 20
  11. Dwight D. Eisenhower: 17
  12. Herbert Hoover: 15
  13. William H. Taft: 11
  14. Gerald Ford: 11
  15. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 10
  16. Grover Cleveland: 9
  17. Harry S Truman: 8
  18. Calvin Coolidge: 8
  19. Theodore Roosevelt: 7
  20. Woodrow Wilson: 6
  21. Warren G. Harding: 6
  22. William McKinley: 5

Note: there are only 43 presidents listed in the left column because (1) Grover Cleveland was both the 22nd and 24th President, and (2) William Henry Harrison did not appoint any Article III judges. There are only 22 presidents listed in the right column because the modern-day U.S. Courts of Appeals were created by Congress in 1891, so no president before Grover Cleveland made appointments to those courts.



Composition of the Federal Judiciary

  As of Jan. 20, 2017   As of Dec. 09, 2019
Court Seats   D R Vacant Balance   D R Vacant Balance
Supreme Court 9   4 4 1 Tie   4 5 0 R + 1
 
D.C. Circuit 11   7 4 0 D + 3   7 4 0 D + 3
Federal Circuit 12   8 4 0 D + 4   8 4 0 D + 4
First Circuit 6   4 2 0 D + 2   4 2 0 D + 2
Second Circuit 13   7 4 2 D + 3   6 7 0 R + 1
Third Circuit 14   7 5 2 D + 2   6 8 0 R + 2
Fourth Circuit 15   10 5 0 D + 5   9 6 0 D + 3
Fifth Circuit 17   5 10 2 R + 5   5 11 1 R + 6
Sixth Circuit 16   5 10 1 R + 5   5 11 0 R + 6
Seventh Circuit 11   3 6 2 R + 3   2 9 0 R + 7
Eighth Circuit 11   1 9 1 R + 8   1 10 0 R + 9
Ninth Circuit 29   18 7 4 D + 11   16 13 0 D + 3
Tenth Circuit 12   7 5 0 D + 2   7 5 0 D + 2
Eleventh Circuit 12   8 3 1 D + 5   5 7 0 R + 2
 
Ct. Int'l Trade 9   5 2 2 D + 3   4 3 2 D + 1
 
D. Alaska 3   1 1 1 Tie   1 1 1 Tie
M.D. Alabama 3   0 1 2 R + 1   0 3 0 R + 3
N.D. Alabama 8   2 4 2 R + 2   2 6 0 R + 4
S.D. Alabama 3   0 2 1 R + 2   0 3 0 R + 3
E.D. Arkansas 5   3 2 0 D + 1   3 2 0 D + 1
W.D. Arkansas 3   3 0 0 D + 3   3 0 0 D + 3
D. Arizona 13   8 3 2 D + 5   7 4 2 D + 3
C.D. California 28   11 12 5 R + 1   9 10 9 R + 1
E.D. California 6   3 3 0 Tie   3 3 0 Tie
N.D. California 14   13 1 0 D + 12   13 1 0 D + 12
S.D. California 13   5 7 1 R + 2   4 4 5 Tie
D. Colorado 7   3 3 1 Tie   3 3 1 Tie
D. Connecticut 8   6 1 1 D + 5   5 2 1 D + 3
D. Columbia 15   11 0 4 D + 11   11 4 0 D + 7
D. Delaware 4   3 1 0 D + 2   2 2 0 Tie
M.D. Florida 15   7 7 1 Tie   6 8 1 R + 2
N.D. Florida 4   1 1 2 Tie   1 3 0 R + 2
S.D. Florida 18   8 8 2 Tie   7 9 2 R + 2
M.D. Georgia 4   2 1 1 D + 1   2 2 0 Tie
N.D. Georgia 11   8 2 1 D + 6   6 5 0 D + 1
S.D. Georgia 3   1 2 0 R + 1   0 3 0 R + 3
D. Hawaii 4   2 1 1 D + 1   2 2 0 Tie
N.D. Iowa 2   1 1 0 Tie   1 1 0 Tie
S.D. Iowa 3   2 1 0 D + 1   2 1 0 D + 1
D. Idaho 2   1 0 1 D + 1   1 1 0 Tie
C.D. Illinois 4   4 0 0 D + 4   4 0 0 D + 4
N.D. Illinois 22   15 6 1 D + 9   13 6 3 D + 7
S.D. Illinois 4   4 0 0 D + 4   2 0 2 D + 2
N.D. Indiana 5   1 3 1 R + 2   1 4 0 R + 3
S.D. Indiana 5   3 1 1 D + 2   3 2 0 D + 1
D. Kansas 6   3 2 1 D + 1   2 4 0 R + 2
E.D. Kentucky 6   0 5 1 R + 5   0 6 0 R + 6
W.D. Kentucky 5   3 0 2 D + 3   2 3 0 R + 1
E.D. Louisiana 12   6 4 2 D + 2   6 6 0 Tie
M.D. Louisiana 3   3 0 0 D + 3   3 0 0 D + 3
W.D. Louisiana 7   1 4 2 R + 3   1 5 1 R + 4
D. Massachusetts 13   9 3 1 D + 6   8 3 2 D + 5
D. Maryland 10   8 1 1 D + 7   8 2 0 D + 6
D. Maine 3   2 1 0 D + 1   2 1 0 D + 1
E.D. Michigan 15   11 3 1 D + 8   11 3 1 D + 8
W.D. Michigan 4   0 4 0 R + 4   0 3 1 R + 3
D. Minnesota 7   3 2 2 D + 1   3 3 1 Tie
E.D. Missouri 9   4 3 2 D + 1   5 4 0 D + 1
W.D. Missouri 7   6 1 0 D + 5   6 1 0 D + 5
N.D. Mississippi 3   1 2 0 R + 1   1 2 0 R + 1
S.D. Mississippi 6   1 5 0 R + 4   1 3 2 R + 2
D. Montana 3   3 0 0 D + 3   3 0 0 D + 3
E.D. North Carolina 4   0 3 1 R + 3   0 4 0 R + 4
M.D. North Carolina 4   2 2 0 Tie   2 2 0 Tie
W.D. North Carolina 5   1 4 0 R + 3   1 4 0 R + 3
D. North Dakota 2   0 1 1 R + 1   0 1 1 R + 1
D. Nebraska 3   2 1 0 D + 1   2 1 0 D + 1
D. New Hampshire 3   1 2 0 R + 1   1 2 0 R + 1
D. New Jersey 17   7 8 2 R + 1   7 4 6 D + 3
D. New Mexico 7   2 5 0 R + 3   2 2 3 Tie
D. Nevada 7   5 1 1 D + 4   5 0 2 D + 5
E.D. New York 15   6 6 3 Tie   6 6 3 Tie
N.D. New York 5   3 1 1 D + 2   3 1 1 D + 2
S.D. New York 28   21 6 1 D + 15   19 3 6 D + 16
W.D. New York 4   3 0 1 D + 3   3 1 0 D + 2
N.D. Ohio 11   6 4 1 D + 2   6 4 1 D + 2
S.D. Ohio 8   4 3 1 D + 1   3 3 2 Tie
E.D. Oklahoma 2   0 1 1 R + 1   0 1 1 R + 1
N.D. Oklahoma 4   1 2 1 R + 1   1 2 1 R + 1
W.D. Oklahoma 7   1 3 3 R + 2   0 4 3 R + 4
D. Oregon 6   5 1 0 D + 4   4 2 0 D + 2
E.D. Pennsylvania 22   9 11 2 R + 2   9 10 3 R + 1
M.D. Pennsylvania 6   4 2 0 D + 2   3 3 0 Tie
W.D. Pennsylvania 10   2 4 4 R + 2   2 5 3 R + 3
D. Puerto Rico 7   3 3 1 Tie   2 4 1 R + 2
D. Rhode Island 3   1 1 1 Tie   1 2 0 R + 1
D. South Carolina 10   5 3 2 D + 2   5 4 1 D + 1
D. South Dakota 3   3 0 0 D + 3   3 0 0 D + 3
E.D. Tennessee 5   2 3 0 R + 1   2 3 0 R + 1
M.D. Tennessee 4   3 0 1 D + 3   2 2 0 Tie
W.D. Tennessee 5   2 2 1 Tie   2 3 0 R + 1
E.D. Texas 8   3 2 3 D + 1   3 5 0 R + 2
N.D. Texas 12   2 6 4 R + 4   2 10 0 R + 8
S.D. Texas 19   8 9 2 R + 1   8 10 1 R + 2
W.D. Texas 13   4 7 2 R + 3   4 9 0 R + 5
D. Utah 5   3 1 1 D + 2   3 2 0 D + 1
E.D. Virginia 11   6 5 0 D + 1   5 5 1 Tie
W.D. Virginia 4   3 1 0 D + 2   3 0 1 D + 3
D. Vermont 2   2 0 0 D + 2   2 0 0 D + 2
E.D. Washington 4   4 0 0 D + 4   4 0 0 D + 4
W.D. Washington 7   0 4 3 R + 4   0 3 4 R + 3
E.D. Wisconsin 5   2 2 1 Tie   2 2 1 Tie
W.D. Wisconsin 2   2 0 0 D + 2   2 0 0 D + 2
N.D. West Virginia 3   1 2 0 R + 1   1 2 0 R + 1
S.D. West Virginia 5   3 2 0 D + 1   3 2 0 D + 1
D. Wyoming 3   2 1 0 D + 1   2 1 0 D + 1


Vacancies in the Federal Judiciary

The highlight color of the state column indicates whether that state has two Republican senators (red), two Democratic senators (blue), or one Republican senator and one Democratic senator (purple). (Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who were elected as independents, are counted as Democrats because they caucus with Senate Democrats.) Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia have no senators, and the Court of International Trade, which is located in New York, is not subject to the "blue slip" procedure by which home-state senators can exercise limited veto power over judicial nominees.

Note: This tracker counts vacant Article III seats . There are 673 district judgeships, but 678 district court seats. The discrepancy is attributable to multiple seats held "concurrently" by a single judge:

As of today, there are 84 vacancies on the Article III courts, and 43 nominations pending to fill those vacancies.

Of the remaining 41 vacancies that are awaiting a nominee,

8 (20%) are in red states,

26 (63%) are in blue states,

6 (15%) are in purple states, and

1 (2%) are in states (or for courts) that have no senators.



Vacancies by court:


Court Vacancies Nominees Awaiting nominee
Supreme Court 0 0 0
Courts of Appeals 1 1 0
District Courts 81 41 40
Court of International Trade 2 1 1
Totals 84 43 41


All vacancies:


Court State Vacated By Vacated On Vacator Appointed By Nominee
Fifth Circuit MS Jolly, E. Grady 10/3/17 Ronald Reagan Halil Suleyman Ozerden
Ct Int'l Trade IT Gordon, Leo Maury 3/22/19 George W. Bush  
Ct Int'l Trade IT Ridgway, Delissa Anne 1/31/19 William J. Clinton Stephen A. Vaden
D. Alaska AK Beistline, Ralph R. 12/31/15 George W. Bush Joshua M. Kindred
D. Arizona AZ Collins, Raner Christercunean 3/4/19 William J. Clinton John Charles Hinderaker
D. Arizona AZ Jorgenson, Cindy K. 4/6/18 George W. Bush Scott H. Rash
C.D. California CA Snyder, Christina A. 11/23/16 William J. Clinton Sandy Nunes Leal
C.D. California CA O'Connell, Beverly Reid 10/8/17 Barack Obama Steve Kim
C.D. California CA Morrow, Margaret M. 1/6/16 William J. Clinton Jeremy B. Rosen
C.D. California CA Collins, Audrey B. 8/1/14 William J. Clinton Stanley Blumenfeld
C.D. California CA Pregerson, Dean D. 1/28/16 William J. Clinton John W. Holcomb
C.D. California CA Real, Manuel Lawrence 6/26/19 Lyndon B. Johnson Rick Lloyd Richmond
C.D. California CA Guilford, Andrew J. 7/5/19 George W. Bush  
C.D. California CA Otero, S. James 12/30/18 George W. Bush Fernando L. Aenlle-Rocha
C.D. California CA King, George H. 1/6/17 William J. Clinton Mark C. Scarsi
S.D. California CA Huff, Marilyn L. 9/30/16 George H.W. Bush Todd Wallace Robinson
S.D. California CA Anello, Michael M. 10/31/18 George W. Bush Michelle M. Pettit
S.D. California CA Moskowitz, Barry Ted 1/23/19 William J. Clinton R. Shireen Matthews
S.D. California CA Houston, John A. 2/6/18 George W. Bush Knut Sveinbjorn Johnson
S.D. California CA Benitez, Roger T. 12/31/17 George W. Bush Adam L. Braverman
D. Colorado CO Krieger, Marcia S. 3/3/19 George W. Bush  
D. Connecticut CT Thompson, Alvin W. 8/31/18 William J. Clinton Barbara Bailey Jongbloed
W.D. Florida FL Kovachevich, Elizabeth Anne 12/14/18 Ronald Reagan  
S.D. Florida FL Marra, Kenneth A. 8/1/17 George W. Bush  
S.D. Florida FL Cohn, James I. 8/5/16 George W. Bush Anuraag Singhal
N.D. Illinois IL Castillo, RubĂ©n 9/27/19 William J. Clinton  
N.D. Illinois IL Der-Yeghiayan, Samuel 2/17/18 George W. Bush John Fitzgerald Kness
N.D. Illinois IL Kapala, Frederick J. 5/10/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Illinois IL Herndon, David R. 1/7/19 William J. Clinton  
S.D. Illinois IL Reagan, Michael Joseph 3/31/19 William J. Clinton  
W.D. Louisiana LA Drell, Dee D. 11/30/17 George W. Bush David Cleveland Joseph
D. Massachusetts MA Woodlock, Douglas Preston 6/1/15 Ronald Reagan  
D. Massachusetts MA O'Toole, George A., Jr. 1/1/18 William J. Clinton  
E.D. Michigan MI Rosen, Gerald Ellis 1/31/17 George H.W. Bush Stephanie Dawkins Davis
W.D. Michigan MI Bell, Robert Holmes 1/31/17 Ronald Reagan  
D. Minnesota MN Ericksen, Joan N. 10/15/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Mississippi MS Starrett, Keith 4/30/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Mississippi MS Guirola, Louis, Jr. 3/23/18 George W. Bush Cory T. Wilson
D. North Dakota ND Hovland, Daniel L. 11/10/19 George W. Bush Daniel Mack Traynor
D. New Jersey NJ Martini, William J. 2/10/15 George W. Bush  
D. New Jersey NJ Linares, Jose L. 5/16/19 George W. Bush  
D. New Jersey NJ Sheridan, Peter G. 6/14/18 George W. Bush  
D. New Jersey NJ Hochberg, Faith S. 3/6/15 William J. Clinton  
D. New Jersey NJ Kugler, Robert B. 11/2/18 George W. Bush  
D. New Jersey NJ Simandle, Jerome B. 7/19/19 George H.W. Bush  
D. New Mexico NM Herrera, Judith C. 7/1/19 George W. Bush  
D. New Mexico NM Armijo, M. Christina 2/7/18 George W. Bush Kea Whetzal Riggs
D. New Mexico NM Brack, Robert C. 7/25/18 George W. Bush Kevin Ray Sweazea
D. Nevada NV Jones, Robert Clive 2/1/16 George W. Bush  
D. Nevada NV Mahan, James C. 6/29/18 George W. Bush Jennifer P. Togliatti
E.D. New York NY Gleeson, John 3/9/16 William J. Clinton Diane Gujarati
E.D. New York NY Feuerstein, Sandra J. 1/21/15 George W. Bush Gary Richard Brown
E.D. New York NY Bianco, Joseph Frank 5/17/19 George W. Bush  
N.D. New York NY Sharpe, Gary L. 1/1/16 George W. Bush  
S.D. New York NY Preska, Loretta A. 3/1/17 George H.W. Bush Mary Kay Vyskocil
S.D. New York NY Forrest, Katherine Bolan 9/11/18 Barack Obama Iris Lan
S.D. New York NY Sullivan, Richard Joseph 10/25/18 George W. Bush  
S.D. New York NY Castel, P. Kevin 8/5/17 George W. Bush Philip M. Halpern
S.D. New York NY Pauley, William H. III 3/1/18 William J. Clinton John Peter Cronan
S.D. New York NY Crotty, Paul Austin 8/1/15 George W. Bush Lewis J. Liman
N.D. Ohio OH Zouhary, Jack 7/1/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Ohio OH Barrett, Michael Ryan 2/15/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Ohio OH Rose, Thomas M. 6/30/17 George W. Bush Matthew Walden McFarland
E.D. Oklahoma OK Payne, James H. 8/1/17 George W. Bush  
N.D. Oklahoma OK Payne, James H. 8/1/17 George W. Bush  
W.D. Oklahoma OK Payne, James H. 8/1/17 George W. Bush  
W.D. Oklahoma OK Heaton, Joe L. 7/1/19 George W. Bush Bernard Maurice Jones II
W.D. Oklahoma OK Miles-LaGrange, Vicki 11/5/18 William J. Clinton Jodi W. Dishman
E.D. Pennsylvania PA Slomsky, Joel Harvey 10/9/18 George W. Bush John M. Gallagher
E.D. Pennsylvania PA Stengel, Lawrence F. 8/31/18 George W. Bush  
E.D. Pennsylvania PA Davis, Legrome D. 9/28/17 George W. Bush Karen Spencer Marston
W.D. Pennsylvania PA Phipps, Peter Joseph 7/22/19 Donald J. Trump  
W.D. Pennsylvania PA Fischer, Nora Barry 6/13/19 George W. Bush William Scott Hardy
W.D. Pennsylvania PA Schwab, Arthur J. 1/1/18 George W. Bush Robert J. Colville
D. Puerto Rico PR Garcia-Gregory, Jay A. 9/30/18 William J. Clinton Sylvia Carreno-Coll
D. South Carolina SC Wooten, Terry L. 2/28/19 George W. Bush  
S.D. Texas TX Lake, Simeon Timothy III 7/5/19 Ronald Reagan  
E.D. Virginia VA Smith, Rebecca Beach 8/1/19 George H.W. Bush  
W.D. Virginia VA Conrad, Glen Edward 12/11/17 George W. Bush  
W.D. Washington WA Pechman, Marsha J. 2/6/16 William J. Clinton  
W.D. Washington WA Robart, James L. 6/28/16 George W. Bush  
W.D. Washington WA Lasnik, Robert S. 1/27/16 William J. Clinton  
W.D. Washington WA Leighton, Ronald B. 2/28/19 George W. Bush  
E.D. Wisconsin WI Randa, Rudolph Thomas 9/5/16 George H.W. Bush  


Pending Judicial Nominations

As of today, there are 48 Article III nominations pending in the U.S. Senate.


A brief primer on Senate procedure: The first step when a nomination is received in the Senate is to refer it to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where a hearing will be held regarding the nomination. Usually about four weeks after the hearing, the Judiciary Committee "reports" the nomination to the floor of the Senate, where it is placed on the Executive Calendar. In modern practice, because filibusters of judicial nominees have become routine, the next step is for the Majority Leader to file a cloture petition. If the Senate successfully invokes cloture, which requires a simple majority, then debate is limited to two hours for district court nominees, or 30 hours for court of appeals and Supreme Court nominees. (Note: these are "floor hours," so only hours that the Senate is actually in session count.) Finally, when cloture takes effect, the Senate can proceed to a confirmation vote, which also requires a simple majority.

There is technically one more step before a confirmed nominee becomes a judge: the President must sign and deliver the nominee's judicial commission. Because this step often takes several days, there may be a lag between when Senate data reflects a nominee's confirmation and when the Federal Judicial Center and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts reflects that a vacancy has been filled.

Note: The data underlying this table is only updated once per day. For up-to-the-minute information, consult the Senate Republican Cloakroom.

Nom. # Nomination Date Nominee Court Vacancy Created By Status Status Date
PN1317 12/2/19 Matthew Thomas Schelp E.D. Missouri Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr., retiring Hearings held 12/4/19
PN1316 12/2/19 Iris Lan S.D. New York Katherine B. Forrest, resigned Referred to Committee 12/2/19
PN1315 12/2/19 David Cleveland Joseph W.D. Louisiana Dee D. Drell, retired Referred to Committee 12/2/19
PN1314 12/2/19 John Charles Hinderaker D. Arizona Raner Christercunean Collins, retired Hearings held 12/4/19
PN1313 12/2/19 John F. Heil III Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma James H. Payne, retired Referred to Committee 12/2/19
PN1312 12/2/19 William Scott Hardy W.D. Pennsylvania Nora Barry Fischer, retired Referred to Committee 12/2/19
PN1311 12/2/19 John Peter Cronan S.D. New York William H. Pauley III, retired Referred to Committee 12/2/19
PN1304 11/21/19 Jennifer P. Togliatti D. Nevada James C. Mahan, retired Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1303 11/21/19 Todd Wallace Robinson S.D. California Marilyn L. Huff, retired Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1302 11/21/19 Michelle M. Pettit S.D. California Michael M. Anello, retired Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1301 11/21/19 Joshua M. Kindred D. Alaska Ralph R. Beistline, retired Hearings held 12/4/19
PN1300 11/21/19 Steve Kim C.D. California Beverly Reid O'Connell, deceased Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1299 11/21/19 Knut Sveinbjorn Johnson S.D. California John A. Houston, retired Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1298 11/21/19 John W. Holcomb C.D. California Dean D. Pregerson, retired Referred to Committee 11/21/19
PN1297 11/21/19 Andrew Lynn Brasher Eleventh Circuit Edward E. Carnes, retiring Hearings held 12/4/19
PN1244 10/17/19 Stephen A. Vaden Ct. Int'l Trade Delissa A. Ridgway, retired Hearings held 11/13/19
PN1242 10/17/19 Rick Lloyd Richmond C.D. California Manuel L. Real, retired Referred to Committee 10/17/19
PN1240 10/17/19 R. Shireen Matthews S.D. f California Barry Ted Moskowitz, retired Referred to Committee 10/17/19
PN1239 10/17/19 Sandy Nunes Leal C.D. California Christina A. Snyder, retired Referred to Committee 10/17/19
PN1236 10/17/19 Adam L. Braverman S.D. California Roger T. Benitez, retired Referred to Committee 10/17/19
PN1235 10/17/19 Fernando L. Aenlle-Rocha C.D. California S. James Otero, retired Hearings held 12/4/19
PN1176 10/15/19 Cory T. Wilson S.D. Mississippi Louis Guirola, Jr., retired Referred to Committee 10/15/19
PN1174 10/15/19 Scott H. Rash D. Arizona Cindy K. Jorgenson, retired Hearings held 12/4/19
PN896 6/24/19 Halil Suleyman Ozerden Fifth Circuit E. Grady Jolly, retired Hearings held 7/17/19
PN856 6/12/19 Kevin Ray Sweazea D. New Mexico Robert C. Brack, retired Referred to Committee 6/12/19
PN375 2/6/19 Mark C. Scarsi C.D. California George H. King, retired Hearings held 11/13/19
PN374 2/6/19 Jeremy B. Rosen C.D. California Margaret M. Morrow, retired Referred to Committee 2/6/19
PN369 2/6/19 Stanley Blumenfeld C.D. California Audrey B. Collins, retired Hearings held 11/13/19
PN450 3/5/19 Robert J. Colville W.D. Pennsylvania Arthur J. Schwab, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 5/9/19
PN778 5/21/19 Lewis J. Liman S.D. New York Paul A. Crotty, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 6/20/19
PN784 5/21/19 Mary Kay Vyskocil S.D. New York Loretta A. Preska, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 6/20/19
PN773 5/21/19 Gary Richard Brown E.D. New York Sandra J. Feuerstein, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 6/20/19
PN511 3/11/19 Stephanie Dawkins Davis E.D. Michigan Gerald E. Rosen, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 6/20/19
PN775 5/21/19 Diane Gujarati E.D. New York John Gleeson, resigned Placed on Executive Calendar 6/20/19
PN238 1/23/19 Matthew Walden McFarland S.D. Ohio Thomas M. Rose, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 7/18/19
PN726 5/13/19 Kea Whetzal Riggs D. New Mexico M. Christina Armijo, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 7/18/19
PN894 6/24/19 John Fitzgerald Kness N.D. f Illinois Samuel Der-Yeghiayan, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 10/17/19
PN1057 9/9/19 Anuraag Singhal S.D. Florida James I. Cohn, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 10/24/19
PN1053 9/9/19 Karen Spencer Marston E.D. Pennsylvania Legrome D. Davis, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 10/24/19
PN1108 9/19/19 Daniel Mack Traynor D. North Dakota Daniel L. Hovland, retiring Placed on Executive Calendar 10/31/19
PN1051 9/9/19 Jodi W. Dishman W.D. Oklahoma Vicki Miles-LaGrange, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 10/31/19
PN1169 10/15/19 John M. Gallagher E.D. Pennsylvania Joel H. Slomsky, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 11/7/19
PN1168 10/15/19 Sylvia Carreno-Coll D. Puerto Rico Jay A. Garcia-Gregory, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 11/7/19
PN1167 10/15/19 Patrick J. Bumatay Ninth Circuit Carlos T. Bea, retiring By unanimous consent agreement, debate 12/9/2019. 12/5/19
PN1175 10/15/19 Lawrence VanDyke Ninth Circuit Jay S. Bybee, retiring Quorum waived (cloture pending) 12/5/19
PN229 1/23/19 Philip M. Halpern S.D. New York P. Kevin Castel, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 11/21/19
PN1238 10/17/19 Bernard Maurice Jones II W.D. Oklahoma Joe L. Heaton, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 11/21/19
PN1170 10/15/19 Barbara Bailey Jongbloed D. Connecticut Alvin W. Thompson, retired Placed on Executive Calendar 11/21/19


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