Republican Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville Monday called on lawmakers to move quickly after President Trump nominates a successor for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. "The Constitution requires President Trump to offer a nominee, and the Senate should hold a confirmation vote with all deliberate speed," Tuberville said. He says the next justice could issue crucial rulings on abortion, gun rights, and religious freedoms. The GOP challenger also sought to contrast his position with that of the Democratic incumbent. "The differences between my conservative views and the liberal beliefs held by Doug Jones were already clear, but this Supreme Court nomination brings them even more fully into focus." Sen. Doug Jones (D-Mountain Brook) opposes a nomination at this time. "This should be an appointment made by the next president of the United States, regardless who that might be," Jones said. Tuberville says he believes the issue could decide the Senate race.