In reaction to the allegation—denied by the judge in a White House statement—Sen. Feinstein has demanded a postponement in the confirmation process.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, in a late-night tweet, lifts the deadline the panel had imposed on the Kavanaugh accuser.
The Supreme Court nominee's statement comes after Sen. Dianne Feinstein, top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said she notified federal investigators about information she received but won't disclose publicly.
Republicans will get a shot at the governor's mansion in November's election, while Democrats avoid being shut out of House races in the state's "top two" open primary. Nationally, female candidates make gains.
The Democratic senator's move comes over the objection of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, a Republican, who decries it as “confounding.”
Wealthy corporate farmer Stewart Resnick (shown above with wife Lynda) has written check after check to U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein's campaigns, and when he needed her help, he got quick results.When wealthy donor Stewart Resnick asked for Dianne Feinstein's help, he got quick results.