From WFTV9:

“It is entirely possible that the Senate would hear the candidate, hear them before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and then have that candidate get a full vote before the Senate, and it’s very possible for that to happen before the election,” says federal judiciary expert Anthony Marcum of the R Street Institute. “There’s also plenty of time for the nominee be considered during a lame duck session, that is after the election and before the inauguration of the next president.”

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