Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh supported by most of the GOP governors in Brief: A look at the do not sign

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Most Republican governors support Brett Kavanaugh, President of Trump’s pick for the Supreme court.

Kavanaugh has met privately with many senators on Capitol Hill, but he didn’t hear the way through confirmation. Before the Senate the decision of the federal appeals judge, 31 governors signed a letter in support of Kavanaugh, 53.

The Governor, his “perfect voice show wireless credentials, he deserves this nomination.”

However, four Republican governors did not sign the letter. The four are from the blue States, and all of them are with a view to re-election this year.

Read on for a look at the do not sign the letter.

Charlie Baker, The Massachusetts –

Gov. Charlie Baker, R-Mass., has said that abortion rights are important to him when it comes to a Supreme court nominee.

(Executive Office of the Governor)

Baker said he believes a Supreme Court nominee-as a rule, should ask for the benefit of the pro-choice.

“I am to choose a great believer in the right of a woman to, and I think that must be an essential part of the review,” Baker said earlier this month. “I hope that is an essential part of the review, as you move forward.”

Larry Hogan, Maryland

Gov. Larry Hogan’s gubernatorial opponent, called on him to resist Brett Kavanaugh.

(Executive Office of the Governor)

Ben Jealous, the democratic candidate for Governor, has publicly Hogan asked to judge Kavanaugh’s nomination to the nation’s highest court.

Bruce Rauner, Illinois

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, R, has said in the past that he supports Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Although he said did not sign the letter, Rauner, he supports Kavanaugh earlier this month.

“I think he is very experienced, well-qualified hope for the position, and I think his nomination is voted on and approved quickly,” Rauner said, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Phil Scott, Vermont

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott was one of four Republicans who have not signed a letter of support for Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme court.

(AP Photo/Cheryl Senter)

Scott is also one of the four Republican governors who have not signed a letter of support for Kavanaugh.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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