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Alabama voters on Tuesday will decide if to impeaching Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, with a majority of voters saying they would.
In a national survey conducted by the Center for Public Integrity, 46 percent of voters said they would vote to remove Kavanaugh, while 43 percent said they were undecided.
The Alabama Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to expel Kavanaugh, who is accused of sexual assault by a woman who said he assaulted her at a party in 1997.
Democrats have called on the Senate Judiciary Committee to begin the impeachment process, arguing that if the Judiciary Committee decides to remove the Supreme Court justice, the Senate can still move forward with his confirmation as attorney general.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said he intends to hold a vote on the impeachment resolution Tuesday, after a series of events and public pressure led the Judiciary panel to vote unanimously on the resolution.
The committee voted last month to hold the vote after the White House requested the vote be postponed, saying it did not have enough information to determine whether Kavanaugh was the subject of an investigation or whether the allegations against him were true.
A series of Senate committees, including the Judiciary, have investigated the allegations.
McConnell said the Judiciary committee will take a report from the FBI, which is investigating the allegations, and will then release its findings to the Senate floor.