November 24, 2014

Kamala Harris: SCOTUS-Bound?

If Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg steps down, will California Attorney General Kamala Harris replace her — and become the first Asian American and African American woman to serve on the High Court (via Businessinsider.com)?

Which Supreme Court justice will step down next?

Most experts believe it will be 79-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Clinton appointee and the court’s oldest member, according to Bloomberg Law.

The most likely candidate to replace her is California Attorney General Kamala Harris, who’s dubbed “the female Barack Obama,” SCOTUSBlog’s Tom Goldstein told Bloomberg.

Like Obama, Harris, 48, is a rising political star, who wrote a book and broke racial barriers. Harris was the first woman attorney general in the Golden State.

AAA-Fund endorsed Harris during her historic campaign for California Attorney General, and salutes the critical role she played in helping prevent millions of Americans from losing their homes.
The future is bright for Kamala Harris.
– Gautam Dutta

Speak Your Mind

*