Senator Collins is wishy washy. She equivocates.

The Boston Globe wrote this:

Republican Senator Susan Collins, who is facing a tough reelection fight in Maine this fall, suggested Saturday that the Senate should not vote to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg until after the November election.

But, she said that the Senate could begin the process of considering a nominee from President Trump, and she did not unequivocally rule out voting for that nominee.

If the vote occurs after the election, during the lame duck session, Collins and others with doubts can vote for Trump’s choice without fear of voters.

Senator Lisa Murkowski flatly opposes a vote on a nominee. She says whoever is elected in November should make that choice. She is consistent with her position in 2016, when she oppose President Obama’s choice ten months before the election.