Should Republicans fill Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s empty Supreme Court seat before the 2020 US election?

Ruth Bader Ginsberg has passed away, just months before the latest presidential election. In 2016 in a similar situation the Republicans fought to hold off on the nomination until after the election. What should happen to the Supreme Court nomination now?

Yes, the nomination should go forward before the election

Nothing legally or ethically or constitutional stops the nomination from happening before the election

No, the nomination should wait until after the election

Tradition and the will of the people require the nomination to wait until after the election
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