Take Action on a Nominee
Be a part of democracy in action. Be informed. And be heard on Capitol Hill.
When someone is nominated by the President to become a judge, the public can have an impact by advocating to the final decision-makers — our senators — for or against the confirmation of the nominee, just as the public has a role in influencing Congress on the passage of a law. Contacting senators, organizing coalitions with like-minded groups, conducting petition drives and phone banks, and holding press conferences and rallies are all legitimate means of expressing support for opposition to a nominee.
Learn more about nominees to the federal courts and take action to protect reproductive freedom in America.
Look up past nominees in NCJW’s Nominee Archive.