First, President George W. Bush and the White House must choose the nominee to the Supreme Court to replace the departing Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Then comes the battle to see that nominee confirmed by the Senate. Informing that process will be a handful of players, both inside and outside of government, whose influence is felt within the Bush administration and on Capitol Hill. Here's a peek at some who will be working -- sometimes publicly, oftentimes quietly -- on behalf of the Bush administration.
Choosing a Justice: Bush's Key Players
July 5, 2005
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