As J. Taylor Rushing reported earlier, Senate Republicans are claiming that Sonia SotomayorSonia SotomayorJustices hear sparring over scope of safeguards for minority voters Judge whose son was killed by gunman says Sotomayor also targeted A powerful tool to take on the Supreme Court — if Democrats use it right MORE's questionnaire for the Judiciary Committee was incomplete.

Now, all seven Republicans on the committee have penned a letter to Sotomayor asking for additional information.

According to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The Hill, Republicans are asking for, among other things, the following materials/explanations:

1. Clarification for some of her job titles
2. Articles she edited while working for the Yale Law Review
3. Court documents that Sotomayor claimed in her questionnaire were not "available for public dissemination."
4. Information on cases she tried as an Assistant District Attorney
5. Transcripts from her oral arguments as an appellate lawyer
6. Explanation for why her membership in the Belizean Grove, an elite, all women's group that Sotomayor joined last year, doesn't violate the judicial code of conduct, which forbids discriminating on the basis of sex.

Read the whole letter here, and Sotomayor's original questionnaire here. Whether the GOP complaints are accurate or not, look fo Republicans to seize on the alleged ommissions as evidence that Democrats are rushing Sotomayor through the vetting process.