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Senate Vote 33 - On the Nomination

Description: Nikki R. Haley, of South Carolina, to be Representative of the United States of America to the Sessions of the General Assembly of the United Nations during her tenure of service as Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations; and Nikki R. Haley, of South Carolina, to be the Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations, with the rank and status of Ambassador, and the Representative of the United States of America in the Security Council of the United Nations

Result: Nomination Confirmed by a margin of 45 votes (51 required)

Date: January 24, 2017 at 5:31 p.m. (vote source)

Yes 96
43
52
1
 
No 4
3
1
 
Present 0
 
Not Voting 0
 
Yes votes No votes Other
Republicans
 
52
 
0
 
0
Democrats
 
43
 
3
 
0
Independents
 
1
 
1
 
0

Complete Roll Call

Yes Votes (96)

MemberPartyState
 
   Lamar Alexander
R Tenn.
 
   Tammy Baldwin
D Wis.
 
   John Barrasso
R Wyo.
 
   Michael Bennet
D Colo.
 
   Richard Blumenthal
D Conn.
 
   Roy Blunt
R Mo.
 
   Cory Booker
D N.J.
 
   John Boozman
R Ark.
 
   Sherrod Brown
D Ohio
 
   Richard M. Burr
R N.C.
 
   Maria Cantwell
D Wash.
 
   Shelley Moore Capito
R W.Va.
 
   Benjamin L. Cardin
D Md.
 
   Thomas R. Carper
D Del.
 
   Bob Casey
D Pa.
 
   Bill Cassidy
R La.
 
   Thad Cochran
R Miss.
 
   Susan Collins
R Maine
 
   Bob Corker
R Tenn.
 
   John Cornyn
R Texas
 
   Catherine Cortez Masto
D Nev.
 
   Tom Cotton
R Ark.
 
   Michael D. Crapo
R Idaho
 
   Ted Cruz
R Texas
 
   Steve Daines
R Mont.
 
   Joe Donnelly
D Ind.
 
   Tammy Duckworth
D Ill.
 
   Richard J. Durbin
D Ill.
 
   Michael B. Enzi
R Wyo.
 
   Joni Ernst
R Iowa
 
   Dianne Feinstein
D Calif.
 
   Deb Fischer
R Neb.
 
   Jeff Flake
R Ariz.
 
   Al Franken
D Minn.
 
   Cory Gardner
R Colo.
 
   Kirsten E. Gillibrand
D N.Y.
 
   Lindsey Graham
R S.C.
 
   Charles E. Grassley
R Iowa
 
   Kamala Harris
D Calif.
 
   Margaret Hassan
D N.H.
 
   Orrin G. Hatch
R Utah
 
   Heidi Heitkamp
D N.D.
 
   Dean Heller
R Nev.
 
   Mazie K. Hirono
D Hawaii
 
   John Hoeven
R N.D.
 
   James M. Inhofe
R Okla.
 
   Johnny Isakson
R Ga.
 
   Ron Johnson
R Wis.
 
   Tim Kaine
D Va.
 
   John Kennedy
R La.
 
   Angus King
ID Maine
 
   Amy Klobuchar
D Minn.
 
   James Lankford
R Okla.
 
   Patrick J. Leahy
D Vt.
 
   Mike Lee
R Utah
 
   Joe Manchin III
D W.Va.
 
   Edward J. Markey
D Mass.
 
   John McCain
R Ariz.
 
   Claire McCaskill
D Mo.
 
   Mitch McConnell
R Ky.
 
   Robert Menendez
D N.J.
 
   Jeff Merkley
D Ore.
 
   Jerry Moran
R Kan.
 
   Lisa Murkowski
R Alaska
 
   Christopher S. Murphy
D Conn.
 
   Patty Murray
D Wash.
 
   Bill Nelson
D Fla.
 
   Rand Paul
R Ky.
 
   David Perdue
R Ga.
 
   Gary Peters
D Mich.
 
   Rob Portman
R Ohio
 
   Jack Reed
D R.I.
 
   Jim Risch
R Idaho
 
   Pat Roberts
R Kan.
 
   Mike Rounds
R S.D.
 
   Marco Rubio
R Fla.
 
   Ben Sasse
R Neb.
 
   Brian Schatz
D Hawaii
 
   Charles E. Schumer
D N.Y.
 
   Tim Scott
R S.C.
 
   Jeff Sessions
R Ala.
 
   Jeanne Shaheen
D N.H.
 
   Richard C. Shelby
R Ala.
 
   Debbie Stabenow
D Mich.
 
   Dan Sullivan
R Alaska
 
   Jon Tester
D Mont.
 
   John Thune
R S.D.
 
   Thom Tillis
R N.C.
 
   Patrick J. Toomey
R Pa.
 
   Chris Van Hollen
D Md.
 
   Mark Warner
D Va.
 
   Elizabeth Warren
D Mass.
 
   Sheldon Whitehouse
D R.I.
 
   Roger Wicker
R Miss.
 
   Ron Wyden
D Ore.
 
   Todd Young
R Ind.

No Votes (4)

MemberPartyState
 
   Christopher A. Coons
DDel.
 
   Martin Heinrich
DN.M.
 
   Bernard Sanders
IDVt.
 
   Tom Udall
DN.M.

Did Not Vote (0)

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Present (0)

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