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Tell them to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson


The Supreme Court will be stronger and more just with Judge Jackson serving on it. Contact your Senator and make sure they know that women are watching and we expect Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be swiftly confirmed.


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Call Script

Nervous about making the call? Not sure what to say? We've got you.

It is critical that each and every Senator hears from their constituents and knows that women are watching and care about Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation. Here are some talking points for your call:

Introduce yourself.

Share your name and city, letting them know you are their constituent and you are calling about Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Make the Ask.

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is well qualified to serve on the Supreme Court. When there is a full vote on the Senate floor, will she have your support?

End on a positive note.

No matter the outcome of the call, we want to show up in ways that help, not hinder, the process for Judge Jackson. Make sure you thank the senator for their time.

If they're a strong supporter:

Thank them and follow up: “That’s great, thank you! We also know that, as a Black woman nominee, Judge Jackson has and will continue to face backlash from other legislators, as well as the media. Can I count on you to not only vote in her support, but to champion her throughout this process and strongly denounce any disinformation and disparaging remarks coming from your colleagues or the press?”

If they're hesitant/unsure/no:

“The decisions handed down by the Supreme Court affect me personally. This is an important nomination and women are watching and expecting for Judge Jackson to be confirmed.”

No matter what, make it personal:

It’s important that the conversation feels personal, so share why the status of the Supreme Court matters to you. (Ex: The role of the Supreme Court is to ensure that our laws are fair and just. I have seen as state courts work to chip away and undermine the right to abortion, decided decades ago in Roe v. Wade and subsequent Supreme Court cases.)


Get to know President Biden’s pick for the U.S. Supreme Court

  • Serves on the District of Columbia Circuit since June of 2021. She was endorsed by NARAL.
  • Served on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for eight years where she wrote 600 opinions.
  • Earned her A.B. from Harvard College and J.D. from Harvard Law School.
  • Not only did she graduate from Justice Breyer’s alma mater, she clerked for him.