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@9RC6THZDemocrat from Texas answered…2wks

The President should decide who is put on the court every election.

@9RBK2THGreenfrom Maine  answered…2wks

Yes, there should be three Democractic, three Republican and three independant

@9H3Y7X5Libertarian from Tennessee answered…3mos

They should be reformed, but not by adding seats and term limits. That would just further politicize the Supreme Court. If I got to rewrite the Constitution on the issue of the Supreme Court, I would create a fundamentalist, church-like Constitutionalist cult to elect Supreme Court justices, rather than having the President and the Senate do it, two parts of government that are ripe with partisanship.

@9H2Y6ZBVeteran from California answered…3mos

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…3mos

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9FXD2DLGreen from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, there should be at least two judges who are voted in with terms. The others should remain appointed for life.

@9FR6RY3Socialist from Texas answered…3mos

yes, but only add more seats in the case that the balance of power has become so that passing legislation that the majority of americans agree with is not likely, and set the term limits for 25 years, and we should strive to remove politics from the court as much as possible

@9FGZRCWAmerican Solidarity from Ohio answered…3mos

The Supreme Court is just fine, but should not be politicized to avoid bias and misjudgement.

@9FG8WRKPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…3mos

YES. why should a judge have to get impeached? What if they want another career? YES there should be 11 judges.

@9QYZKZTSocialistfrom Maine  answered…4wks

The Supreme Court should be reform to be non-political and not depented of the president and the senate. It should be indepentedt from politics.

@madysen21Peace and Freedom from Utah answered…1mo

I think it's important to accurately represent the American population, but I don't want to infringe on the constitution or politicize the Supreme Court

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2mos

the judicial system should be reformed to include a group of individuals of at least 30 years old, with extensive knowledge of psychology and sociology as well as staying up to date with the community.

@9QSXQ2RDemocrat from North Carolina answered…2mos

Yes, have five democrats, five republicans and one independent, there should also be a rule that no justice can serve for more than 18 years.

@9QHBB2DConstitution from Arizona answered…2mos

No, the independent judiciary was a mistake and a failure. The supreme court should be subordinated to the executive branch and stripped of its acquired super-legislative abilities.

@9Q74LZSPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…2mos

The court should be reformed to include more seats. Judges should be appointed by non-partisan legal committees

@9PWR23YVeteran from Washington answered…3mos

@9PT6P3TIndependent from Vermont answered…3mos

Yes to term limits, not seats. And the Supreme Court should not be politicized.

@Alexis-GerrickWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…3mos

Yes, and it should be reformed to be more diverse, representing all people without discrimination, and apolitical without mixing in personal religious beliefs to further personal agendas.

@Garrick-DurstWorking Family from Massachusetts answered…3mos

Yes, there needs to be equal representation for republicans, democrats & libertarian/independents.

@9N9VSL7Independent from South Carolina answered…3mos

Reform it so that anyone caught sleeping through a court session is disbarred.

@9N9JC5WRepublican from Louisiana answered…3mos

Yes, but only reform to impose term limits on judges and allow override by congressional action or state convention

@9N2JVLKDemocrat from Texas answered…3mos

The supreme court should have no bias, no political parties so that it is fair.

@9MX98N9Progressive from California answered…3mos

There needs to be an overhaul on the Supreme Court. Over the last few decades the courts have become more divided along political lines. There needs to be a congressional review community with new terms for justice appointments. The Supreme Court needs to be more flexible, adaptable and less political.

@9MLQN7VVeteran from North Carolina answered…3mos

Only in the sense of age and medical ability to continue the job. You should not be on your death bed and still be a justice. Maybe look at a good retirement age. We do not need more justices, PERIOD

@9MKKRXRPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…3mos

Yes, but only reform to include more seats and make sure that the Supreme Court is NOT politicized.

@9MHY7MQVeteran from Indiana answered…3mos

They should not be able to serve until they die or choose not to be. We need to have younger people for health reasons and because they are more involved with what is going on.

@9M5DLK6Green from Georgia answered…3mos

A new constitutional amendment the clearly defines the need for a 60+ Senate approval. Allow every President to nominate one Justice per 4 year term. Allow for an extra nomination if the court falls below 5 members . Justices should still serve for life.

@9LZ4SW5Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

If a constitutional amendment passes to redifine the structure of the court then sure. Otherwise--no.

@9LXK7GMVeteran from Michigan answered…3mos

Yes to limiting terms and eliminating healthcare coverage and wages for life

@9LTLVCMPeace and Freedom from Vermont answered…3mos

No in theory, but in practice, yes, because the supreme court has already become politicized.

@popemdWomen’s Equality from Tennessee answered…3mos

Yes, the Supreme Court should be reformed in that its members have term limits and are nominated and selected by an independent commission comprised of top legal scholars.

@9LF6BNQWomen’s Equality from New York answered…3mos

No but add provisions that the president cannot appoint new justices the last year of presidency

@9LCFSWHWomen’s Equality from Iowa answered…3mos

Yes. More seats and term limits and seats must be filled - not held open for months like McConnell did, that was ridiculous

@9L9CRFDWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

Pass a law stating that there should be 3 Republicans, 3 Democrats, and 3 Independents. This will help keep the Court's interpretation of the Constitution fair, as well as inspire lively debate

@9L94F3NPeace and Freedomfrom Virgin Islands  answered…3mos

Yes, but only reform to include more seats and to save seats for minority and to have the seats be devided to 50-50 equal political sides

@9L8S2PWWorking Family from North Carolina answered…3mos

It should be the same amount of judges per each side . So 7 Conservative and 7 Democratic.

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9KTKZK6Democratfrom North Dakota  answered…3mos

The Supreme Court should be completely reformed to make it non-partisan.

@9KSVFQLGreen from Maryland answered…3mos

@9KS98ZZGreen from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9KNRQVRTranshumanist from Washington answered…3mos

@9KNDHPXGreen from Utah answered…3mos

No but enact legislation to require a floor vote within ninety days of a nomination and must be completed before any early voting has begun.


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