Mr Hawley began running the ad Monday, the same day President Donald Trump is scheduled to unveil his pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. The Supreme Court vacancy is expected to energise Republican voters across the nation in this fall's midterm elections.
“They're good judges,” Mr Blunt said on NBC's “Meet the Press.” He added: “I think they'd be fine justices of the Supreme Court.I do think the president has to think about who is the easiest to get confirmed here.Mr Kyl, a former member of Republican leadership, served on the Senate Judiciary Committee before retiring from the Senate in January 2013.He works for Washington-based lobbying firm Covington & Burling.Many fear the conservative politics of certain candidates will see a shift to the right in social issues.
For example Kamala Harris, senator for California, has shared her concerns in no uncertain terms on social media.It will feature cable and digital advertising - offering biographical information - in states including Alabama, Indiana, North Dakota and West Virginia.The group started advertising after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement.Mr Kavanaugh's selection was a reward for evangelical Christians and other religious conservatives who have supported his presidency, and creates a significant conservative majority on the panel of the highest court in the land. In reality, there is no need for the president to talk-up the choice given that Democrats have labelled it the most important choice in a generation.Having had two chances at nominating judges in less than two years, Mr Trump is in a unique position to shape the ideological leanings of the court for decades.Mr Casey has pulled no punches in that series of tweets - saying that the nomination is a "corrupt bargain" between the "far right, big corporations and Washington special interests".