That means the marathon hearing will begin the Tuesday after Labor Day.
He further touted the nominee as a mainstream judge with a record of "applying the law as it is written".
Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director for the Judicial Crisis Network, expects the process to move steadily forward, despite Democrat demands for more time to evaluate Kavanaugh's record. At this current pace, we have plenty of time to review the rest of emails and other records that we will receive from President Bush and the National Archives.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said earlier on Friday that he hopes Kavanaugh would be confirmed by the Senate "before the first Monday in October".
The Judiciary Committee will hold up to four days of review, with Kavanaugh to begin facing questions on Day 2, September 5, said committee chairman Sen.
Kavanaugh's record is clear.
The Human Rights Campaign joins coalition partners in calling on Chairman Grassley and the Senate Republican Leadership to ensure Americans are getting a fair and unfettered view into Brett Kavanaugh's record.
Following the hearings and the vote from the committee, Kavanaugh's nomination would then be considered by the full Senate.
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The top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, Sen.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh was nominated on July 9, spurring intense interest in his work as a White House lawyer and with Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.
"Democrats have already announced that they oppose him, so this claim that they need more time or more documents is nothing more than a show, a fishing expedition designed to obstruct and create gridlock", she said.
August 8: Sen. Blumenthal and Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats file a Freedom of Information Act request seeking release all of Kavanaugh's White House documents.
"Republicans" mad rush to hold this hearing after unilaterally deciding to block almost all of Judge Kavanaugh's records from public release is further evidence that they are hiding important information from the American people, and continues to raise the question, "What are they hiding?'" Schumer said in a statement.
"It's time for the public to hear from President Trump's nominee and learn first-hand just how well-qualified he is to hold the position of a U.S. Supreme Court Justice", Nance added.
He has met privately with nearly all the Republican senators and one Democrat as supporters try to build momentum for confirmation.
August 2: Former President George W. Bush revealed he is working with William A. Burck - a right-wing political operative who served as a deputy to Kavanaugh in 2005 and is now the attorney representing Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, and Donald McGahn in the Russian Federation probe - to vet which documents from Kavanaugh's record are released to the Senate Judiciary Committee.