Amid White House coronavirus outbreak, here’s where Trump’s Supreme Court nomination stands - The Boston Globe Republicans are pushing ahead. Democrats are pushing back, but have limited power to delay the nomination vote. Positive tests for senators raise doubts about fast-track confirmation of Trump’s Supreme Court choiceIn a statement to The Washington Post, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer demanded that all members of the Judiciary Committee be tested before participating in Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings. This week: Coronavirus complicates Senate's Supreme Court fightThe coronavirus is adding a dose of uncertainty into the Senate’s fight over President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. GOP senator says he would try to vote for SCOTUS nominee even if COVID-19 positiveSen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said on Monday that he would try to return to the Senate to vote for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee even if he is still positive for the coronavirus. McConnell hints Senate will vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before electionSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Friday gave one of his clearest signals that he intends to hold a vote on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination before the November election. Democrats step up hardball tactics in Supreme Court fightSenate Democrats are ramping up their hardball tactics in the fight over President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. Senate leaves town for two weeks amid coronavirus outbreakThe Senate on Monday left town until Oct. 19 after President Trump and three GOP senators tested positive for the coronavirus. McConnell moves to delay Senate return after 3 lawmakers test positive for COVID-19Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will move to delay the Senate’s return for two weeks after three lawmakers tested positive for COVID-19.