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br?WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) _ President Bush has nominated U.S. Attorney for Delaware Colm Connolly to become a federal judge. If confirmed by the Senate, Connolly would fill a vacancy on the U.S. District Court bench in Wilmington. Connolly says he looks forward to the confirmation process and is hopeful for a positive outcome. However, some political observers say Democrats in control of the Senate are likely to stall the process because of the upcoming election. New York University professor Paul Light said last month between 160 and 200 Bush nominees for executive and judicial positions have been stalled in Congress. Connolly is a Delaware native, was appointed U.S. attorney by President Bush in 2001.

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