RATINGS FOR JUDICIAL NOMINEES
The Standing Committee rates each nominee "Well Qualified," "Qualified" or "Not Qualified." Unanimous committee ratings appear as a single rating. In other situations, the rating from the majority or substantial majority (constituting ten to thirteen votes) of the Committee is recorded first, followed by the rating or ratings of a minority of the Committee. The majority rating is the rating of the committee.
Ratings from the 101st Congress to the present are available on-line. New ratings are posted regularly.