Claire McCaskill as she campaigns for re-election.
Thus far, their attacks have shown little clear effect on Murkowski and Collins, who favor abortion rights and bucked their party's effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act previous year.
"I think it's very likely that if the Clean Power Plan were to come before the United States Supreme Court, Judge Kavanaugh would vote to strike it down", Carlson says, adding that the four other conservative justices would most likely join him.
Trump is backing McCaskill's front-runner Republican challenger, Attorney General Josh Hawley.
He also hopes Democrats will unite to "put pressure on the Republican moderates" and salvage the "future of the Supreme Court for the next 40 years".
FILE - Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., meets with Brett Kavanaugh, right, then-nominee for the D.C. Circuit Court, on Capitol Hill, May 2, 2006.
"It's important that Bill Nelson finds his voice so he no longer has to dodge reporters' questions about the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and the NRSC is here to help", said Camille Gallo, NRSC spokesperson. When Wisconsin voters elected President Trump, they knew he'd choose judges who would uphold the Constitution. Sen.
"I will do extensive research, consult with a lot of people, do an in-depth personal interview and watch the hearings", Collins said. And Trump voters - who make up the majority of the electorate in most of this year's Senate battlegrounds - are excited about the prospect of him filling more Supreme Court seats in the years to come, the strategist said. Eighty-one percent of Democrats said they did not want Roe overturned, while 41 percent of Republicans said the same. The Court's newest justice, Neil Gorsuch, reported assets worth between $3.6 million to $10.5 million in his most recent filings. They are already coming under heavy pressure from Republicans to vote for Kavanaugh.
In addition to abortion, Baldwin also pointed to concerns about the fate of ObamaCare and protections for individuals with pre-existing conditions in explaining her opposition to Trump's latest Supreme Court pick.
"We have to win over two different sets of senators", said Fallon.