With just about 10 months left in his term, President George W. Bush is on track to leave office with fewer of his picks on the federal bench than his fellow two-term presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan.

Since 2001, Bush has had 294 district and appellate judges confirmed, but the prospect of getting many more through a Senate controlled by Democrats before Jan. 20, 2009, are slim.

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