Miguel Estrada

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Mr. Estrada, a native of Honduras who graduated near the top of his Harvard Law School class, is a partner in the Washington firm that represented George W. Bush before the Supreme Court during the post-election dispute over the Florida ballot count. In May he received a judicial nomination to the prestigious Washington, D.C., Federal Circuit Court. Mr. Estrada has argued 15 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
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- RNC Chairman Addresses Hispanic Pastors at the Library of Congress
- FRC Statement on Miguel Estrada
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- Democratic National Committee Chairman McAuliffe Statement on Senate Democrats Position on Bush Judicial Nominee Miguel Estrada
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- 'Land of Opportunity' TV Spot Backs Estrada Nomination to U.S. Appeals Court
- STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT
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- Statement by the President
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- Democrats Derail Estrada Nomination
- Latino Leaders Unite Against Estrada Nomination
- Bush Makes Plea for Estrada
- Senate Still Divided Over Estrada Nomination
- Hispanic Vote: A Key Battleground In 2004 Election
- Senate to Continue Debate Over Nominee
- For Hispanic Groups, A Divide on Estrada
- Supporters Plan Ads for Estrada
- Parties Gamble on Estrada Nomination
- Democrats Will Not Relent on Filibuster
- Estrada's Refusal Provokes Filibuster
- Deadlock Over Estrada Deepens
- "Hispanics" Hard to Find
- LULAC Urges Senate to Confirm Miguel Estrada
- "Land of Opportunity" TV Spot Backs Estrada
- Filibuster Over Estrada Considered
- Opinion: Latino Would Set Back Latinos
- Panel Narrowly Approves Court Nominee
- Conservatives Want Bush Aide Kept Off Court
- Surprising Tilt Ahead For the High Court
- Bush Celebrates Hispanic Heritage
- Democrats and Judicial Nominee Estrada Clash at Hearing
- Hispanic Caucus to Oppose Estrada
- TLC Calls Opposition to Estrada A Slap in the Face
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