Ledger-Enquirer: How Georgia’s Senate races could be make-or-break for Joe Biden’s presidential plan

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This excerpt is from a panel that originally ran on December 1, 2020.

If he had 51 votes, Biden is likely to appoint civil rights attorneys, public defenders, Black women (as he promised for the Supreme Court), Native Americans (there has never been a Native American federal Circuit Court judge), and others ”reflecting the demographic diversity of the nation and the experiential diversity of the legal profession,” said Myesha Braden, director for Special Justice Initiatives at the Alliance for Justice.

Read the complete piece on the Ledger-Enquirer.