Gov. Kay Ivey Monday said Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh "should be confirmed" based on her knowledge of the situation. "But see, I'm not there to see it eyeball-to-eyeball, so that's not a fair question," Ivey said, noting that her position is based on news reports. Ivey said senators must "evaluate the information they have and exercise their good judgment." Ivey's Democratic opponent, Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox, has refused to say where he stands on Kavanaugh.
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