Senator Susan Collins, a Republican, said she’d vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, all but assuring he’ll be approved.


Ms. Collins’ announcement, in a lengthy speech on the Senate floor that dwelled more on Judge Kavanaugh’s judicial record than on the sexual misconduct charges that have consumed his nomination, came after a dramatic 51-49 procedural vote to limit debate on the nomination — the next-to-last step in the tumultuous Supreme Court confirmation process.

A final confirmation vote for Judge Kavanaugh could come as early as Saturday.

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