The controversy has unfolded just weeks ahead of the November 6 congressional elections in which Democrats are trying to seize control of Congress from the Republicans.
What they did say was that the FBI investigation left too many stones unturned for the Senate to be moving ahead with a vote.
Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy said on Twitter that with each senator being given one hour to review the report before a "rushed vote", the confirmation process controlled by Republicans is "just about power politics".
Comments by two of them - Jeff Flake and Susan Collins - indicated the Federal Bureau of Investigation report, which was the latest twist in the pitched political battle over Kavanaugh, may have allayed their concerns about him. Each wants to see the results of the FBI investigation.
Almost 8 in 10 Republicans said they approve of how Trump has handled the allegations in the new poll, which was conducted before Trump mocked Ford at Tuesday night's rally.
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine.
A spokesman for Hassan declined to comment Wednesday night.
While the comments by Mr Flake and Ms Collins were positive, neither explicitly announced support for Mr Kavanaugh.
The 85-year-old Iowa Republican appeared at the briefing with four other Judiciary Committee Republicans, all of whom defended Kavanaugh and the integrity of the FBI investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the judge - a probe that's been widely decried by Democrats as unfairly limited by the White House.
West Virginia's Joe Manchin, the other undeclared Democrat, spent time looking at the report and said he would resume reading it on Friday. If confirmed, he would deepen conservative control of the court.
Confirming Kavanaugh before the midterms will help fire up President Donald Trump's base in turf that is solid Republican.
Kavanaugh described his testimony as "forceful and passionate" - "because I forcefully and passionately denied the allegation against me".
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell followed through late Wednesday in setting up a Friday vote to limit debate on Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
He wrote that his testimony "reflected my overwhelming frustration at being wrongly accused". "Going forward, you can count on me", he wrote in The Wall Street Journal.
Kavanaugh called the judicial system the "crown jewel of our constitutional republic" and noted that the Supreme Court is "the last line of defense for the separation of powers, and for the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution". Their decision could make or break Kavanaugh's nomination.
If Kavanaugh is confirmed by the Senate in a vote planned for Saturday, Trump will have succeeded in placing his second justice on the top USA court and fulfilled his pledge to solidify its conservative majority.
"In addition to the evidence I requested in my October 2 letter, in light of recently uncovered information, please turn over records and descriptions of direct or indirect communications between Dr. Ford or her representatives and any of of the following: (1) U.S. Senators or their staffs, particularly the offices of Senators Feinstein and Hirono..."
Trump on Friday ordered a one-week probe by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) into the allegations against the judge. As for the embattled nominee's faculty page, the site now just redirects to the main faculty page.
The decision, however, is driven by the new screen unlocking technology which the company has already teased on the social media. The move might be related to keeping costs down, which seems to be a priority for the company.
But in March, Flake told New Hampshire Republicans that someone needs to stop Trump in the 2020 presidential contest. Flake said the FBI investigation will lead to additional interviews and could reveal new information.
Amid McConnell's remarks Wednesday night, Trump tweeted that there was "such enthusiasm and energy for Judge Brett Kavanaugh ". Opposition to Kavanaugh grew 4 percentage points after the hearing, apparently driven by people who previously were undecided.
Bothwell Cheese executive vice president Wally Smith says he is concerned about what increased market access will look like. Over the years, Canada has successfully used Chapter 19 to challenge the United States on its softwood lumber restrictions.
It'll also allow you to send text messages from your PC, without having to utilize Cortana as was required in the past. The Windows update adds DirectX Ray-Tracing support, finally giving those newfangled cards a proper reason to exist.
In 2015, a land mine blast blamed on North Korea maimed two South Korean soldiers and pushed the Koreas to the brink of war. Past rapprochement efforts were often stalled after an global standoff over the North's nuclear ambitions intensified.
The Rockies have a chance to end the Dodgers' five-year reign as division champions in a tiebreaker game Monday in Los Angeles . Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story hit ninth-inning back-to-back home runs for the Rockies off Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen .
The other two notable women winners were Maria Goeppert-Mayer, awarded in 1963, and Marie Curie, awarded in 1903. This year's Nobel Prize for physics has been awarded to three researchers for devising tools made from light .
India vs West Indies, 1st Test
Shaw became India's second-youngest century maker after Sachin Tendulkar as he reached three figures early in the second session. Roach will be absent as he has flown back to attend a family issue and the lack of top-quality spinners is a cause for concern.
LEADING OFF: Rockies head to Wrigley for wild-card one-off
The Brewers-Cubs victor gets to start the best-of-five Division Series at home on Thursday against the wild card victor . Reliever Alec Mills, who was up and down with the Cubs this year, held the fort for the most part over two-plus innings.
McConnell takes key step toward vote on Kavanaugh nomination
That's the only thing I remember. "He's pointing out factual inconsistencies", said Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president. Background checks are routine in a nominee's vetting process and are generally delivered to the Senate without much fanfare.
Trump defends Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Kavanaugh has steadfastly denied all allegations against him, describing them as attacks by Democrats to derail his nomination. Robert Davidson posted. "We simply can't", Flake, who is retiring as a senator in January, said at an event in Washington .