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BREAKING: Kavanaugh Vote Set for Tomorrow In The U.S. Senate

Washington, DC — Breaking news out of the United States Senate, where Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has just announced that he has schedule a “cloture” vote for tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM on the floor of the U.S. Senate.

If Kavanaugh receives enough votes for “cloture”, there will then be 30 hours of Senate debate over his nomination.

At the end of those hours, there can then be a final vote.

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Republicans have become more upbeat in recent days, many even claiming to have the votes necessary to put Kavanaugh on the court, with the quartet of Jeff Flake of Arizona, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Susan Collins of Maine, and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, still “undecided” at this point, though many believe are leaning toward a yes vote.

There’s also “red state” Democrat Senators like Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Joe Donnelly of Indiana, who represent states President Trump won by massive margins, who fear voting against Kavanaugh could cost them their seats in November.

Earlier today, another red state Democrat on the ballot in November and currently down heavily in the polls, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, announced she would be a no vote on Kavanaugh.

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As we’ve seen in recent weeks, things ebb and flow with this nomination, with left-wingers packing U.S. Senate offices.

Weak kneed Senators like Flake and Sasse refusing to make up their minds have left Republican vote counters nervous.

They likely will remain that way until the final votes are counted.

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