The Senate confirmed Barrett by a vote of 52 to 48.
Since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death in September, Jones said he would not vote for a nominee, no matter who it was, until after the Nov....
Last week, Ivey co-authored a letter of support for Barrett and released it to media outlets.
The final Senate vote on her confirmation is expected to come Monday evening.
Two of the president's possible future Supreme Court picks have strong Alabama ties.
The high court stayed a lower court ruling that allowed local election officials to implement curbside voting due to fears of the coronavirus.
Confirmation hearings began last week and a vote on her confirmation is expected in the next week just days before the general election.
A vote to send Barrett’s nomination to the Senate floor is scheduled for Oct. 22.
The Alabama Republican Party was recently commended by the Republican National Committee for its efforts on the behalf of Barrett.
“I am very concerned about the loss of the Affordable Care Act as it faces a Supreme Court test in a few weeks," Jones said.