This just in from the White House:
Today, at 2:00PM EDT, the White House will deliver Judge Sonia SotomayorSonia SotomayorHere's how senators can overcome their hyperpartisanship with judicial nominees Trump pays respects to late Justice Stevens at Supreme Court Supreme Court rules against Trump on census citizenship question MORE's questionnaire to the Senate Judiciary Committee--just 9 days after being nominated to the Supreme Court. For context, this is the swiftest questionnaire completion in recent history. Based on the time between a nominee's designation and when they returned their questionnaire, it took Chief Justice Roberts 13 days, Justice Ginsburg 15 days and Justice Alito 30 days to complete their questionnaires.

The questionnaire covers basic information about Sotomayor's background, education, professional memberships, pro bono work, publications, etc. Here's a PDF version.

The speedy completion of the questionnaire is part of a push by the White House to move Sotomayor's nomination through the Senate as quickly as possible. The W.H. wants confirmation hearings in July, before the August recess. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, has suggested September.