Senate Judiciary Hearings

Written By: admin - Dec• 22•15

Senate Confirmation Hearings NOT scheduled, CBC Weighs In, Wade for Cobb and Diversity on the Bench II

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There has been a delay in scheduling the confirmation hearings for the slate of nominees to the Northern District and 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. You can read about it in the article from the Fulton County Daily Report by clicking on the attached link
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On January 16, 2014, 41 members of Congressional Black Caucus weighed in on the nominations by President Obama to the Alabama and Georgia federal court. The group also plans a public protest. You can read their letter by clicking on the attached link.
The CBC points out that since President Obama took office, 173 of the federal judges he’s appointed have been confirmed and “a mere 32 were African-American (18%). Of 42 pending nominees, only 8 are black. Nationally, only 106 of the 874 federal judges are black (12%), including those on senior status.

You can STILL contact Senator Leahy, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee by calling his office at: (202) 224-7703 or sending him an email at to let him know that you oppose the deal. If you want to find out when the nomination hearings will be held, they are will be posted online at:

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Nathan Wade is running for the judicial seat being vacated by Judge Bodiford. Support Nathan in his effort to become the first African American elected to Cobb Superior Court. Nathan has been a long time community volunteer, Municipal Court Judge and Pro Hac State Court Judge. To learn more about Nathan and his qualifications as well as give and volunteer with his campaign, visit his website –

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Don’t forget to register for Diversity on the Bench II in Macon on February 22, 2014 at New Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church. We are taking this issue across the state and hope you will join us to hear from U.S. Congressional Representative Sanford Bishop, Leslie Proll – Assistant Director of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Attorney, Rev. Francys Johnson – State Director of the NAACP, Macon Councilwoman Elaine Lucas and other notable panelists on their perspectives about diversity on the bench and solutions for real change. 4.0 FREE CLE CREDIT HOURS FOR ATTORNEYS. – Space is filling up fast.

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