The Senate Judiciary Committee just wrapped up its fourth and final day in the conformation hearing of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Over the past four days, senators on the committee had opening remarks, asked Barrett questions on a range of issues and heard from outside witnesses.
Here's what happens next in the confirmation process:
- Next Thursday: Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on the nomination.
- Next Friday: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he plans to put Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination on the Senate floor on Oct. 23.
- The week of Oct. 26: According to McConnell's timeline, Barrett's final confirmation vote is teed up for the first half of the week of Oct. 26.