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Senate Vote 206 - Final Senate Hurdle for Financial Regulation Bill

Bill: H.R.4173 - Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

Description: A bill to promote the financial stability of the United States by improving accountability and transparency in the financial system, to end 'too big to fail', to protect the American taxpayer by ending bailouts, to protect consumers from abusive financial services practices, and for other purposes.

Result: Cloture Motion Agreed to by a margin of 0 votes (60 required)

Date: July 15, 2010 at 11:07 a.m. (vote source)

Yes 60
55
3
2
 
No 38
1
37
 
Present 0
 
Not Voting 1
1
 
Yes votes No votes Other
Republicans
 
3
 
37
 
1
Democrats
 
55
 
1
 
0
Independents
 
2
 
0
 
0

Complete Roll Call

Yes Votes (60)

MemberPartyState
 
   Daniel K. Akaka
D Hawaii
 
   Max Baucus
D Mont.
 
   Evan Bayh
D Ind.
 
   Mark Begich
D Alaska
 
   Michael Bennet
D Colo.
 
   Jeff Bingaman
D N.M.
 
   Barbara Boxer
D Calif.
 
   Sherrod Brown
D Ohio
 
   Scott Brown
R Mass.
 
   Roland W. Burris
D Ill.
 
   Maria Cantwell
D Wash.
 
   Benjamin L. Cardin
D Md.
 
   Thomas R. Carper
D Del.
 
   Bob Casey
D Pa.
 
   Susan Collins
R Maine
 
   Kent Conrad
D N.D.
 
   Christopher J. Dodd
D Conn.
 
   Byron L. Dorgan
D N.D.
 
   Richard J. Durbin
D Ill.
 
   Dianne Feinstein
D Calif.
 
   Al Franken
D Minn.
 
   Kirsten E. Gillibrand
D N.Y.
 
   Kay Hagan
D N.C.
 
   Tom Harkin
D Iowa
 
   Daniel K. Inouye
D Hawaii
 
   Tim Johnson
D S.D.
 
   Edward E. Kaufman
D Del.
 
   John Kerry
D Mass.
 
   Amy Klobuchar
D Minn.
 
   Herb Kohl
D Wis.
 
   Mary L. Landrieu
D La.
 
   Frank R. Lautenberg
D N.J.
 
   Patrick J. Leahy
D Vt.
 
   Carl Levin
D Mich.
 
   Joseph I. Lieberman
ID Conn.
 
   Blanche Lincoln
D Ark.
 
   Claire McCaskill
D Mo.
 
   Robert Menendez
D N.J.
 
   Jeff Merkley
D Ore.
 
   Barbara A. Mikulski
D Md.
 
   Patty Murray
D Wash.
 
   Bill Nelson
D Fla.
 
   Ben Nelson
D Neb.
 
   Mark Pryor
D Ark.
 
   Jack Reed
D R.I.
 
   Harry Reid
D Nev.
 
   John D. Rockefeller IV
D W.Va.
 
   Bernard Sanders
ID Vt.
 
   Charles E. Schumer
D N.Y.
 
   Jeanne Shaheen
D N.H.
 
   Olympia J. Snowe
R Maine
 
   Arlen Specter
D Pa.
 
   Debbie Stabenow
D Mich.
 
   Jon Tester
D Mont.
 
   Mark Udall
D Colo.
 
   Tom Udall
D N.M.
 
   Mark Warner
D Va.
 
   Jim Webb
D Va.
 
   Sheldon Whitehouse
D R.I.
 
   Ron Wyden
D Ore.

No Votes (38)

MemberPartyState
 
   Lamar Alexander
RTenn.
 
   John Barrasso
RWyo.
 
   Robert F. Bennett
RUtah
 
   Christopher S. Bond
RMo.
 
   Sam Brownback
RKan.
 
   Jim Bunning
RKy.
 
   Richard M. Burr
RN.C.
 
   Saxby Chambliss
RGa.
 
   Tom Coburn
ROkla.
 
   Thad Cochran
RMiss.
 
   Bob Corker
RTenn.
 
   John Cornyn
RTexas
 
   Jim DeMint
RS.C.
 
   John Ensign
RNev.
 
   Michael B. Enzi
RWyo.
 
   Russ Feingold
DWis.
 
   Lindsey Graham
RS.C.
 
   Charles E. Grassley
RIowa
 
   Judd Gregg
RN.H.
 
   Orrin G. Hatch
RUtah
 
   Kay Bailey Hutchison
RTexas
 
   James M. Inhofe
ROkla.
 
   Johnny Isakson
RGa.
 
   Mike Johanns
RNeb.
 
   Jon Kyl
RAriz.
 
   George S. LeMieux
RFla.
 
   Richard G. Lugar
RInd.
 
   John McCain
RAriz.
 
   Mitch McConnell
RKy.
 
   Lisa Murkowski
RAlaska
 
   Jim Risch
RIdaho
 
   Pat Roberts
RKan.
 
   Jeff Sessions
RAla.
 
   Richard C. Shelby
RAla.
 
   John Thune
RS.D.
 
   David Vitter
RLa.
 
   George V. Voinovich
ROhio
 
   Roger Wicker
RMiss.

Did Not Vote (1)

MemberPartyState
 
   Michael D. Crapo
RIdaho

Present (0)

MemberPartyState