A recommendation committee has been named to advise Georgia’s two Republican U.S. senators, and says it will be seeking candidates for the state’s open federal judicial and U.S. Attorney positions. However, InsiderAdvantage has learned its formation and composition is raising eyebrows with President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team because it contains no Trump loyalists who are known to them in Washington, D.C.

The six-person panel, three appointed by Sen. Johnny Isakson and three named by Sen. David Perdue, are already poised to accept applications. Jobs that will open after January 20 include three U.S. Attorney slots in Georgia (all currently held by Obama appointees), a federal judgeship in the Northern District of Georgia in Atlanta, one in the Middle District of Georgia in Macon, and three U.S. marshal slots. 

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