Presidents and the total number of judges they named, broken down by women and minorities, dating from the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was the first to nominate a woman to be a federal judge.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: 184 judges, 1 woman.

Harry Truman: 131 judges, 1 woman, 1 African-American.

Dwight Eisenhower: 165 judges.

John F. Kennedy: 125 judges, 1 woman, 3 African-Americans, 1 Hispanic.

Lyndon Johnson: 167 judges, 3 women (including the first African-American woman), 9 African-Americans, 3 Hispanics.

Richard Nixon: 220 judges, 1 woman, 6 African-Americans, 2 Hispanics, 1 Asian-American.

Gerald Ford: 62 judges, 1 woman, 3 African-Americans, 1 Hispanic, 2 Asian-Americans.

Jimmy Carter: 258 judges, 40 women (including the first Hispanic woman), 37 African-Americans, 16 Hispanics, 3 Asian-Americans, 1 Native American.

Ronald Reagan: 358 judges, 29 women, 7 African-Americans, 14 Hispanics, 2 Asian-Americans.

George H.W. Bush: 187 judges, 36 women, 11 African-Americans, 8 Hispanics.

Bill Clinton: 367 judges, 104 women (including the first Asian-American woman), 61 African-Americans, 23 Hispanics, 5 Asian-Americans, 1 Native American.

George W. Bush: 321 judges, 71 women, 23 African-Americans, 30 Hispanics, 4 Asian-Americans.

Source: Federal Judicial Center. Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.