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Key Senate Democrats in Republican states are keeping an open mind about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, even as others in their party say two accusations of sexual assault are enough to disqualify him.

Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Joe Donnelly of Indiana, and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota are top targets for Republicans in 2018, and all three are in wait-and-see mode on Trump’s nominee. Republicans have said Kavanaugh has been unfairly targeted by Democrats looking to scuttle Trump’s pick at all costs, and so far, the three Democrats are still willing to give him a chance.

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“I want everybody to be able to tell their side of the story if it’s validated and I want him to have a chance to clear his name,” Manchin told reporters Monday. When pressed on where he’s leaning, he said, “Period, period, period, period.”

“I just want to hear all the facts hear what everybody has to say,” Donnelly told reporters on Monday.

Heitkamp said that the allegations need to be “looked into,” but declined to delve any further, according to CNN.

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