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How Do You Know The Supreme Court Confirmation Process?

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How Do You Know The Supreme Court Confirmation Process?

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Supreme Court Justices are nominated by the sitting President, but they must be approved by the Senate to get the job. After the official nomination by the President, the confirmation process begins. However, before the President officially nominates the candidate background checks, legal histories and opinions on key issues will be researched. This is often done to ensure confirmation as well as to guarantee that the nominee’s beliefs are aligned with the current administration. Step 1 Submit the name(s) of Supreme Court nominees to Senate. The President formally presents the nominee’s name to the Senate, who then submits the nominee’s to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Step 2 Submit names of Supreme Court nominees to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a full background examination. Although there are no requirements for becoming a Supreme Court Justice, it has become customary to conduct a full background check on all Supreme Court nominees. Step 3 Know that the nominee a

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