TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The U.S. Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump’s appointment of Pima County Superior Court Judge Scott Rash as a U.S. District Court judge for Arizona. The Senate’s vote Tuesday on confirmation of Rash’s appointment was 74-20.
Trump nominated Rash last September to fill a vacancy created in April 2018 by Judge Cindy Jorgenson’s shift to senior status. Then-Gov. Jan Brewer appointed Rash as a Superior Court judge in 2010.
He previously worked in private practice with a Tucson law firm and before that as an Arizona assistant attorney general. Republican Sen. Martha McSally said Rash has a strong work ethic and is fair-minded and will be an excellent federal judge.