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WASHINGTON – America Votes senior leadership team issued the following statement today celebrating the Senate’s vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
“America Votes applauds the Senate’s historic vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Judge Jackson’s character, intellect, and steadfast commitment to the Constitution will provide a much-needed defense against forces that seek to undermine the foundations of our democracy.
“Judge Jackson’s unparalleled track record in public service – from the public defender’s office to the federal appellate court – will bring a breadth and depth of experience unlike others who have come before her on the Supreme Court. Today’s confirmation is a long overdue step forward that reinforces the value of every diverse voice in our democracy and is sure to inspire a generation of future leaders.
“From the very first committee hearing, it has been obvious that Judge Jackson has the integrity, intelligence, and temperament to serve on the Supreme Court. America Votes is thrilled with today’s historic confirmation vote and looks forward to watching Judge Jackson continue to make history on the Court.”
The America Votes Senior Leadership Team is comprised of: Greg Speed, President; Sara Schreiber, Executive Director; Daria Dawson, Deputy Executive Director & National Political Director; Daniel Gonzales, Director of Planning and Program Analysis; Evan Kost, Director of Development and Investment Relations; Shabab Siddiqui, Director of Data and Targeting; and Josiette White, Field Director.
America Votes is the central coordination hub of the progressive community both nationally and in more than 20 states across the country, working with more than 400 state and national partner organizations to advance progressive policies, win elections and protect every American’s right to vote. Visit www.americavotes.org for more information.
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