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Senate Vote 84 - On the Joint Resolution

Bill: H.J.RES.57 - Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the ru...

Description: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Department of Education relating to accountability and State plans under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

Result: Joint Resolution Passed by a margin of 0 votes (50 required)

Date: March 9, 2017 at 12:02 p.m. (vote source)

Yes 50
50
 
No 49
46
1
2
 
Present 0
 
Not Voting 1
1
 
Yes votes No votes Other
Republicans
 
50
 
1
 
1
Democrats
 
0
 
46
 
0
Independents
 
0
 
2
 
0

Complete Roll Call

Yes Votes (50)

MemberPartyState
 
   Lamar Alexander
R Tenn.
 
   John Barrasso
R Wyo.
 
   Roy Blunt
R Mo.
 
   John Boozman
R Ark.
 
   Richard M. Burr
R N.C.
 
   Shelley Moore Capito
R W.Va.
 
   Bill Cassidy
R La.
 
   Thad Cochran
R Miss.
 
   Susan Collins
R Maine
 
   Bob Corker
R Tenn.
 
   John Cornyn
R Texas
 
   Tom Cotton
R Ark.
 
   Michael D. Crapo
R Idaho
 
   Ted Cruz
R Texas
 
   Steve Daines
R Mont.
 
   Michael B. Enzi
R Wyo.
 
   Joni Ernst
R Iowa
 
   Deb Fischer
R Neb.
 
   Jeff Flake
R Ariz.
 
   Cory Gardner
R Colo.
 
   Lindsey Graham
R S.C.
 
   Charles E. Grassley
R Iowa
 
   Orrin G. Hatch
R Utah
 
   Dean Heller
R Nev.
 
   John Hoeven
R N.D.
 
   James M. Inhofe
R Okla.
 
   Ron Johnson
R Wis.
 
   John Kennedy
R La.
 
   James Lankford
R Okla.
 
   Mike Lee
R Utah
 
   John McCain
R Ariz.
 
   Mitch McConnell
R Ky.
 
   Jerry Moran
R Kan.
 
   Lisa Murkowski
R Alaska
 
   Rand Paul
R Ky.
 
   David Perdue
R Ga.
 
   Jim Risch
R Idaho
 
   Pat Roberts
R Kan.
 
   Mike Rounds
R S.D.
 
   Marco Rubio
R Fla.
 
   Ben Sasse
R Neb.
 
   Tim Scott
R S.C.
 
   Richard C. Shelby
R Ala.
 
   Luther Strange
R Ala.
 
   Dan Sullivan
R Alaska
 
   John Thune
R S.D.
 
   Thom Tillis
R N.C.
 
   Patrick J. Toomey
R Pa.
 
   Roger Wicker
R Miss.
 
   Todd Young
R Ind.

No Votes (49)

MemberPartyState
 
   Tammy Baldwin
DWis.
 
   Michael Bennet
DColo.
 
   Richard Blumenthal
DConn.
 
   Cory Booker
DN.J.
 
   Sherrod Brown
DOhio
 
   Maria Cantwell
DWash.
 
   Benjamin L. Cardin
DMd.
 
   Thomas R. Carper
DDel.
 
   Bob Casey
DPa.
 
   Christopher A. Coons
DDel.
 
   Catherine Cortez Masto
DNev.
 
   Joe Donnelly
DInd.
 
   Tammy Duckworth
DIll.
 
   Richard J. Durbin
DIll.
 
   Dianne Feinstein
DCalif.
 
   Al Franken
DMinn.
 
   Kirsten E. Gillibrand
DN.Y.
 
   Kamala Harris
DCalif.
 
   Margaret Hassan
DN.H.
 
   Martin Heinrich
DN.M.
 
   Heidi Heitkamp
DN.D.
 
   Mazie K. Hirono
DHawaii
 
   Tim Kaine
DVa.
 
   Angus King
IDMaine
 
   Amy Klobuchar
DMinn.
 
   Patrick J. Leahy
DVt.
 
   Joe Manchin III
DW.Va.
 
   Edward J. Markey
DMass.
 
   Claire McCaskill
DMo.
 
   Robert Menendez
DN.J.
 
   Jeff Merkley
DOre.
 
   Christopher S. Murphy
DConn.
 
   Patty Murray
DWash.
 
   Bill Nelson
DFla.
 
   Gary Peters
DMich.
 
   Rob Portman
ROhio
 
   Jack Reed
DR.I.
 
   Bernard Sanders
IDVt.
 
   Brian Schatz
DHawaii
 
   Charles E. Schumer
DN.Y.
 
   Jeanne Shaheen
DN.H.
 
   Debbie Stabenow
DMich.
 
   Jon Tester
DMont.
 
   Tom Udall
DN.M.
 
   Chris Van Hollen
DMd.
 
   Mark Warner
DVa.
 
   Elizabeth Warren
DMass.
 
   Sheldon Whitehouse
DR.I.
 
   Ron Wyden
DOre.

Did Not Vote (1)

MemberPartyState
 
   Johnny Isakson
RGa.

Present (0)

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