POLITICO: Liberal groups prep grass-roots campaign against Trump’s SCOTUS pick

  Grass-roots groups on the left are planning a massive mobilization next week against President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee — pressing senators to oppose the pick as soon as it’s announced. …Demand Justice is aiming to spend $5 million on its own TV, digital, radio and mobilization efforts against Trump’s Supreme Court pick, focusing on Collins’ […]

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NPR: The Left’s Political Strategy Now

  The resignation of Justice Anthony Kennedy has set off a political struggle. NPR’s Scott Simon talks with Brian Fallon of Demand Justice about the strategy on the left. Read the full interview here.   […]

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New York Times: Political War Over Replacing Kennedy on Supreme Court Is Underway

  A political war over replacing Justice Anthony M. Kennedy roared to life on Thursday in Washington, the start of an election-season clash over a Supreme Court retirement that will reshape the country’s judicial future. …Demand Justice has begun running online ads against three of Mr. Trump’s possible picks and expects to spend more than $1 million […]

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ABA Journal: Liberal group launches ads attacking Trump’s potential Supreme Court picks

  A liberal nonprofit group called Demand Justice is launching a “Ditch the List” digital ad campaign that targets potential Supreme Court nominees on President Donald Trump’s shortlist. The group’s executive director, Brian Fallon, tells BuzzFeed News that airing the ads now—before a vacancy occurs—will give progressives information they can use as soon as any nomination is […]

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