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BREAKING: Mitch McConnell Breaks the Filibuster Against Kavanaugh 51-49

Murkowski votes NO, Manchin votes YES

Other than the already named party switchers on the vote, the vote split down party lines.

If the vote holds from the cloture vote for the final confirmation vote, Mitch McConnell will not need Steve Daines’ vote tomorrow.

Senate custom is to allow a full day of continued debate before the final vote. Although Mitch McConnell does not have to hold the vote tomorrow, he could hold the confirmation vote today if he wanted.

NWC

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Sparta Report CEO. Blogger by day. Connoisseur of video games by night. Background in the medical industry.

World class hater of the United States Political Establishment and their globalism fetishes, especially immigration.

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