(CNN) - At the Democratic presidential debate, all the candidates agreed on at least one issue: their nominee as a Supreme Court justice would have to agree with the underlying tenants of abortion rights.
Citing the 14th Amendment, the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, and the right to privacy, all the candidates agreed that they would require their nominee to believe in at least one of those principles.
Sen. Joe Biden, D-Delaware, who previously chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee and is the only candidate to preside over Supreme Court confirmation hearings, said he would look for someone with real world experience and appoint a woman.
"The next person appointed on the Biden administration is going to be a woman," Biden said. "We don't have enough women on the bench."
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- CNN Political Producer Xuan Thai