The president-elect's aides are already looking at potential nominees for the federal bench, in a sign that he is taking the courts seriously.
With a victory in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden secured his win over Donald Trump, the first U.S. president to lose reelection in 28 years.
Warnock, a Democrat, and Loeffler, the sitting senator, prepare to face each other in an election on Jan. 5.
If Biden becomes president, he’s going to start making choices ― and some part of his sprawling coalition will likely be disappointed.
In the past decade, there have been at least 20 legislative attempts to change the size of state supreme courts for political gain, according to a new study.
Lieberman has faced pressure to drop out of the Georgia Senate race so he doesn’t siphon votes from fellow Democrat Raphael Warnock.