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JOHN G. ROBERTS, JR. 29 SEP 2005 Age at appointment: 50 Appointed by President George W. Bush Senate vote: 78-22
ANTONIN SCALIA 26 SEP 1986 Age at appointment: 50 Nominated by President Ronald Reagan Senate vote: 98-0
ANTHONY KENNEDY 18 FEB 1988 Age at appointment: 51 Nominated by President Ronald Reagan Senate vote: 97-0
CLARENCE THOMAS 23 OCT 1991 Age at appointment: 43 Appointed by President George H. W. Bush Senate vote: 52-48
RUTH BADER GINSBERG 10 AUG 1993 Age at appointment: 60 Appointed by President Bill Clinton Senate vote: 96-3
STEPHEN BREYER 3 AUG 1994 Age at appointment: 56 Appointed by President Bill Clinton Senate vote: 87-9
SAMUEL ALITO 31 JAN 2006 Age at appointment: 55 Appointed by President George W. Bush Senate vote: 58-42
SONIA SOTOMAYOR 8 AUG 2009 Age at appointment: 55 Appointed by President Barack Obama Senate vote: 68-31
ELENA KAGAN 7 AUG 2010 Age at appointment: 50 Appointed by President Barack Obama Senate vote: 63-37
John Paul Stevens 19 DEC 1975 – 29 JUN 2010 SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR 25 SEP 1981 – 31 JAN 2006 DAVID SOUTER 9 OCT 1990 – 29 JUN 2009
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