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Senatorial courtesy refers to the tradition whereby:
A.nominees for federal judgeships are treated with respect during Senate confirmation hearings ,even by senators who plan to vote against the nominee.
B.senators usually defer to the president's choice of Supreme Court nominees.
C.senators are consulted on the nomination of lower court federal judgeships located in their state.


I think it's A

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