U-S Senator Tammy Baldwin says here is no need for a rush to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  The 87-year-old justice died Friday of complications from pancreatic cancer.  Baldwin says the presidential election is less than 50 days off and naming a new person to the U-S Supreme Court can wait until that election is over.  The Wisconsin Democrat says voters need to have their voices heard before a president makes a nomination.  President Trump has already said he wants to complete the process of replacing Ginsburg quickly.