Senate Panel To Consider Two U.S. Attorney Nominees
By Andrew Ramonas | December 10, 2021 7:08 pm

The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider two U.S. Attorney nominees at its meeting on Thursday, according to the panel’s Web site.

They are:

Barbara L. McQuade (ICLE)

Barbara L. McQuade (ICLE)

-Barbara McQuade (Eastern District of Michigan): The Eastern District of Michigan Assistant U.S. Attorney would succeed Stephen J. Murphy, who resigned in 2008. She was nominated on Nov. 30. Read more about her here.

-Christopher Crofts (Wyoming): The counsel to Gov. Dave Freudenthal (D) would replace Bush holdover Kelly Rankin. He was nominated on Nov. 30. Read more about Crofts here.

The panel has approved 27 U.S. Attorney nominees, including the 24 U.S. Attorneys who have won Senate confirmation thus far. The committee has yet to schedule votes for another five would-be U.S. Attorneys.

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