Prof. Marvin Overby on the Senate’s Obligation to Vote on a Supreme Court Nominee

In one of the first installments of the Kinder Institute’s ongoing collaboration with Newsy, Political Science Professor and Institute core faculty member Marvin Overby sat down with journalists at the video news service to discuss a pair of questions regarding the current vacancy in the U.S. Supreme Court. The first video segment, “Could a Senate Recess Give Obama an Opening to Appoint a New Supreme Court Judge,” can be found here, and the second, “Does the Senate Have to Vote on a Supreme Court Nominee? Nope,” can be seen above.