Clinton has questioned the judge's views on originalism and what her appointment could mean for the Affordable Care Act.
The Girl Scouts said the post congratulating Justice Amy Coney Barrett was "quickly viewed as a political and partisan statement which was not our intent."
A group of progressive New York elected officials made the appeal to the Senate minority leader after the swearing in of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Massachusetts senator criticized the Supreme Court's rejection to extend deadline for counting mail-in ballots in the battleground state.
A devout Catholic with seven children, Justice Barrett, 48, took the oath of office at the White House alongside President Donald Trump.
Hollywood has been rallying behind the Democrats, urging their fans to get out and vote and expressing their outrage at Coney Barrett's rushed confirmation.
The Republican Party is fighting to keep control of the House, the Senate and the White House over the next seven days.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court, approved 52 to 48 in a Senate vote.
"There is a real difference between what Democrats and Republicans are looking for in a Supreme Court justice," Senator Ted Cruz said.
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What's at stake is not partisan politics. It is representative government.
The Maine Republican voted with all 47 members of the Democratic Caucus against the conservative Trump nominee.
When asked if she believed Medicare was constitutional, Barrett responded she couldn't answer the question "in the abstract."
"When his party bosses call," the ad says of Cornyn, "he jumps to rush through a Supreme Court nominee."
Women in cities across the U.S. joined the "Red Cloak Protest"—a national effort to rally against Barrett's Supreme Court nomination.
It is alarming to watch Republicans in Congress support an attack on Americans' health care during the worst public health crisis in modern history.
Pence is president of the Senate, and has said he plans to attend the confirmation vote Monday night for Amy Coney Barrett.
The Democratic senator said Republicans were appointing Amy Coney Barrett to "advance an extremist agenda" beyond 2020.
"I wouldn't miss that vote for the world," Pence said during a campaign stop, just days after five of his closest aides tested positive for coronavirus.
Though Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska had previously said she would vote against Barrett because the hearings were before the election, on Saturday she announced she had changed her mind.
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"Any time the Supreme Court deals with an abortion case, there will be a brief asking them to overturn Roe and they will have the opportunity to overturn Roe," one expert said.
"I've shared for a while that I didn't think we should be taking this up until after the election, and I haven't changed," the Alaska senator said.
"Help me get my message out," the incumbent Republican from South Carolina said.
The full Senate will confirm the Trump nominee on Monday, just eight days before the election. Barrett will make history by becoming the first justice to be confirmed just eight days before an election.
All 10 of the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee plan to boycott the panel's vote on Thursday.
The majority of all voters polled (51 percent), Democrats and Republicans, said the Senate should vote to confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court.