Senate Banking Committee Democrats fight for vote on Cordray nomination

Kraninger’s nomination received approval in a 13-12 party-line vote. The nomination now goes to the full Senate for a vote, where Senate Democrats like Elizabeth Warren, arguably Kraninger’s.

Senate Banking Committee Hearing - Bank Money Laundering President Obama has re-nominated Richard Cordray as director of the. Republicans and Democrats agree that Cordray is highly qualified, and he has. This Tuesday, March 12, 2013, the Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing on Cordray's nomination and it is expected to vote on the nomination the next week.

This comes just before a Senate vote on Richard Cordray’s nomination to head the CFPB.. CFPB releases credit card agreement prototype, Before Cordray Nomination Vote.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today issued the following statement after an Executive Session of the Senate Banking Committee on the nominations of Rich Cordray to serve as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Mary Jo White to head the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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GOP Blocks Cordray’s Nomination to Head the CFPB. Bill Nelson sent signals this week that they might not vote to move forward with Cordray’s. on the Senate Banking Committee, ludicrously.

President Obama nominated Cordray on July 18, 2011, and the senate banking committee subsequently approved his nomination. Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid filed cloture on the nomination, and a vote could occur this week.

banking committee democrats urge mcconnell to allow vote on cordray nomination WASHINGTON – Chairman Tim Johnson (D-SD) and the eleven other Democratic members of the Senate Banking Committee today sent a letter to Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell asking that Republicans end their filibuster of Richard Cordray’s nomination to be Director of the CFPB, and allow an up-or-down vote on his confirmation.

 · For McConnell, this represents the third Supreme Court fight since 2016, when he blocked Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland – a decision that Democrats haven’t forgotten, and that court.

Many of the nominees to lower courts faced opposition from Democrats and cleared the committee on 12-10 party-line votes. Others, however, received little or no opposition. All of the nominees the committee approved on Thursday now go to the Senate floor, where they await confirmation votes.

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