Senate Banking Committee’s Stalling on Nominations Unprecedented Since 2001
The Senate Banking Committee has acted on just one of the 19 nominees it has received since the start of 2015, a record of obstruction that is unparalleled over the last 15 years.
The following spreadsheets show actions on Banking Committee nominees since 2001. The tables list the names, positions, and agencies for each nominee, as well as the status of the nominations at each stage of the confirmation process, according to the Legislative Information Service.
Since 2001, the lowest share of nominees reported by the Banking Committee was 81 percent, during the 110th Congress. The committee's current record to date is 26 percent.
The lowest rate of confirmation of nominees was 80 percent, during the 113th Congress. The committee's current record is zero.
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