How each senator voted on Ketanji Brown Jackson's Supreme Court nomination
Washington — The Senate voted to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court on Thursday, making her the first Black woman to serve as a justice on the nation's highest court.
The final vote was 53-47, with three Republicans — Susan Collins of Maine, Mitt Romney of Utah and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska — joining all 50 Democrats in backing her nomination. The White House and Democratic leaders had urged GOP senators to back Jackson's nomination in the hopes of confirming her with bipartisan support.
Vice President Kamala Harris, the first woman and first woman of color to hold the role, presided over the Senate during the vote. Democrats burst into applause once Harris read the vote count and made Jackson's confirmation official.
Jackson will not take the bench immediately, since Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who is she replacing, plans to serve out the rest of the court's current term, which ends this summer.
Here is how each senator voted on Jackson's confirmation:
Senators who voted for Jackson's confirmation
Susan Collins, MaineMitt Romney, UtahLisa Murkowski, Alaska
Joe Manchin, West VirginiaTammy Baldwin, WisconsinChuck Schumer, New YorkDick Durbin, IllinoisMichael Bennet, ColoradoRichard Blumenthal, ConnecticutCory Booker, New JerseySherrod Brown, OhioMaria Cantwell, WashingtonBen Cardin, MarylandTom Carper, DelawareBob Casey, PennsylvaniaChris Coons, DelawareCatherine Cortez Masto, NevadaTammy Duckworth, IllinoisDianne Feinstein, CaliforniaKirsten Gillibrand, New YorkMaggie Hassan, New HampshireMartin Heinrich, New MexicoJohn Hickenlooper, ColoradoMazie Hirono, HawaiiTim Kaine, VirginiaMark Kelly, ArizonaAngus King, MaineAmy Klobuchar, MinnesotaPatrick Leahy, VermontBen Ray Luján, New MexicoEd Markey, MassachusettsRobert Menendez, New JerseyJeff Merkley, OregonChris Murphy, ConnecticutPatty Murray, WashingtonJon Ossoff, GeorgiaAlex Padilla, California Gary Peters, MichiganJack Reed, Rhode IslandJacky Rosen, NevadaBernie Sanders, VermontBrian Schatz, HawaiiJeanne Shaheen, New HampshireKyrsten Sinema, ArizonaTina Smith, MinnesotaDebbie Stabenow, MichiganJon Tester, MontanaChris Van Hollen, MarylandMark Warner, VirginiaRaphael Warnock, GeorgiaElizabeth Warren, MassachusettsSheldon Whitehouse, Rhode IslandRon Wyden, OregonSenators who voted against Jackson's confirmation
Mitch McConnell, KentuckyJohn Barrasso, WyomingMarsha Blackburn, TennesseeRoy Blunt, MissouriJohn Boozman, ArkansasMike Braun, IndianaRichard Burr, North CarolinaBill Cassidy, LouisianaJohn Cornyn, TexasTom Cotton, ArkansasKevin Cramer, North DakotaMike Crapo, IdahoTed Cruz, TexasSteve Daines, MontanaJoni Ernst, IowaDeb Fischer, NebraskaLindsey Graham, South CarolinaChuck Grassley, IowaBill Hagerty, TennesseeJosh Hawley, MissouriJohn Hoeven, North DakotaCindy Hyde-Smith, MississippiJim Inhofe, OklahomaRon Johnson, WisconsinJohn Kennedy, LouisianaJames Lankford, OklahomaMike Lee, UtahCynthia Lummis, WyomingRoger Marshall, KansasShelley Moore Capito, West VirginiaJerry Moran, KansasRand Paul, KentuckyRob Portman, OhioJim Risch, IdahoMike Rounds, South DakotaMarco Rubio, FloridaBen Sasse, NebraskaRick Scott, FloridaTim Scott, South CarolinaRichard Shelby, AlabamaDan Sullivan, AlaskaThom Tillis, North CarolinaJohn Thune, South DakotaPat Toomey, PennsylvaniaTommy Tuberville, Alabama Roger Wicker, MississippiTodd Young, Indiana
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