Oz is Out

The White House silently dropped the nomination of Judge Ozerden to the Fifth Circuit in January who was opposed by a number of conservative groups.

By Senate process all nominees not confirmed in 2019 were returned to the President for re-nomination. In January 2020, the President renominated almost all of those unfinished nominees. Notably absent from the list of renominations was Judge Ozerden.

January 4 nominations: https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/four-nominations-sent-senate-2/

January 6 nominations: https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/twenty-one-nominations-sent-senate/

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