Keith Rouda, a local organizer with the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, spoke Friday with the media outside the offices of Sen. Mitch McConnell at the U.S. Courthouse in Louisville, Ky. Rouda and his group are delivering petitions to McConnell urging Senate Republicans not to block any Supreme Court nominee by President Barack Obama.
Keith Rouda, a local organizer with the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, spoke Friday with the media outside the offices of Sen. Mitch McConnell at the U.S. Courthouse in Louisville, Ky. Rouda and his group are delivering petitions to McConnell urging Senate Republicans not to block any Supreme Court nominee by President Barack Obama. Timothy D. Easley The Associated Press
Keith Rouda, a local organizer with the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, spoke Friday with the media outside the offices of Sen. Mitch McConnell at the U.S. Courthouse in Louisville, Ky. Rouda and his group are delivering petitions to McConnell urging Senate Republicans not to block any Supreme Court nominee by President Barack Obama. Timothy D. Easley The Associated Press

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