- The history behind election-year judicial nominations
- Why the court isn’t just 5 conservatives and 4 liberals
- How the media gets the court wrong
- What is going to happen next
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PS… Scotusblog updates the Supreme Court’s “voting relationships” at the bottom of this page. What is clear is that the 4 more liberal justices tend to vote together but no two justices agree on all cases. Rather, the justices have differing views, so putting them into confined boxes is silly.