Confirmed: Amy Coney Barrett Is a Supreme Court Justice

Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation tips the bench to a 6-3 conservative majority.

[PHOTO: Amy Coney Barrett standing next to the U.S. flag]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has led the way to rush the confirmation process of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Anna Moneymaker/Pool/Getty Images

With a week out from the Nov. 3 elections, the Senate voted tonight to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to a Supreme Court vacancy that became open after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. With Republicans in control of the Senate, there was little doubt that Barrett will be confirmed.

Rewire News Group has been providing commentary and analysis from the start of nomination process and what it means for the Supreme Court. Check out our past coverage below and everything you need to know as we wait for the vote:

Podcast: The Wild Resume of Amy Coney Barrett

Don’t Fall for Amy Coney Barrett’s Motherhood Trap

Amy Coney Barrett Exposed Her Kids to COVID-19. Black Moms Have Been Jailed for Less.

Video: This Bananas Supreme Court Term Is Why We Need to Expand the Courts

Podcast: Amy Coney Barrett Hearings, Day One—None of This Is Normal

Amy Coney Barrett Wants to Decide If You’re Virtuous Enough to Vote

Podcast: Amy Coney Barrett Hearings, Day Two—No Notes

Amy Coney Barrett Didn’t Want to Talk About Abortion—Sen. Mike Lee Sure Did

Podcast: Amy Coney Barrett Hearings, Day Three—Make Birth Control Illegal Legal Again

IVF Won’t Be Safe With Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court

An Abortion Storyteller Makes History at the Amy Coney Barrett Hearings

Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation Would Be Devastating for Disabled People Like Me

Amy Coney Barrett Isn’t a ‘Pro-Life’ Vote for Patients Like Me

I Opened an Abortion Clinic in Amy Coney Barrett’s Indiana