How Will the House Vote


  • March 2, 2010

At least nine of the 39 Democrats who voted “nay” when the House passed sweeping overhaul legislation 220-215 in November are now undecided or withholding judgment until they see President Barack Obama’s final product, according to the Associated Press. See a breakdown of the November vote and a preview of what the vote is likely to be next time. Click on column headers to sort.

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Guthrie, Brett
R
Ky.
2
53%
R
No
Cao, Joseph
R
La.
2
50%
D
Yes
The lone Republican vote for the health care overhaul on either end of the Capitol, said he will not vote for the Senate bill. (See article.)
Aderholt, Robert
R
Ala.
4
75%
R
No
Akin, Todd
R
Mo.
2
62%
R
No
Alexander, Rodney
R
La.
5
Unopposed
R
No
Austria, Steve
R
Ohio
7
58%
R
No
Bachmann, Michele
R
Minn.
6
47%
R
No
Bachus, Spencer
R
Ala.
6
Unopposed
R
No
Barrett, Gresham
R
S.C.
3
65%
R
No
Bartlett, Roscoe
R
Md.
6
58%
R
No
Barton, Joe
R
Texas
6
62%
R
No
Biggert, Judy
R
Ill.
13
54%
D
No
Bilbray, Brian
R
Calif.
50
50%
D
No
Bilirakis, Gus
R
Fla.
9
63%
R
No
Bishop, Rob
R
Utah
1
65%
R
No
Blackburn, Marsha
R
Tenn.
7
69%
R
No
Blunt, Roy
R
Mo.
7
68%
R
No
Boehner, John
R
Ohio
8
68%
R
No
Bonner, Jo
R
Ala.
1
Unopposed
R
No
Boozman, John
R
Ark.
3
79%
R
No
Boustany, Charles
R
La.
7
62%
R
No
Brady, Kevin
R
Texas
8
73%
R
No
Broun, Paul
R
Ga.
10
61%
R
No
Brown, Henry
R
S.C.
1
52%
R
No
Brown-Waite, Ginny
R
Fla.
5
61%
R
No
Buchanan, Vern
R
Fla.
13
56%
R
No
Burgess, Michael
R
Texas
26
60%
R
No
Burton, Dan
R
Ind.
5
66%
R
No
Buyer, Steve
R
Ind.
4
60%
R
No
Calvert, Ken
R
Calif.
44
51%
D
No
Camp, Dave
R
Mich.
4
62%
D
No
Campbell, John
R
Calif.
48
56%
D
No
Cantor, Eric
R
Va.
7
63%
R
No
Carter, John
R
Texas
31
60%
R
No
Cassidy, Bill
R
La.
6
48%
R
No
Castle, Mike
R
Del.
At large
61%
D
No
Chaffetz, Jason
R
Utah
3
66%
R
No
Coble, Howard
R
N.C.
6
67%
R
No
Coffman, Mike
R
Colo.
6
60%
R
No
Cole, Tom
R
Okla.
4
66%
R
No
Conaway, Mike
R
Texas
11
88%
R
No
Crenshaw, Ander
R
Fla.
4
65%
R
No
Culberson, John
R
Texas
7
56%
R
No
Davis, Geoff
R
Ky.
4
63%
R
No
Deal, Nathan
R
Ga.
9
76%
R
No
Is resigning from Congress effective March 8 and his seat is likely to be empty when the health vote happens.
Dent, Charlie
R
Pa.
15
59%
D
No
Diaz-Balart, Lincoln
R
Fla.
21
58%
R
No
Diaz-Balart, Mario
R
Fla.
25
53%
R
No
Dreier, David
R
Calif.
26
53%
D
No
Duncan, Jimmy
R
Tenn.
2
78%
R
No

Sources: Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives, Associated Press, the Wall Street Journal research

http://s.wsj.net/public/resources/documents/st_healthbillhousevote2_20100302.html

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