Senate Vote on Stimulus Package

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Following is the 61 to 37 vote by which the Senate passed an $838 billion economic stimulus bill:

DEMOCRATS YES

Akaka (Hawaii); Baucus (Mont.); Bayh (Ind.); Begich (Alaska); Bennet (Colo.); Bingaman (N.M.); Boxer (Calif.); Brown (Ohio); Burris (Ill.); Byrd (W.Va.); Cantwell (Wash.); Cardin (Md.); Carper (Del.); Casey (Pa.); Conrad (N.D.); Dodd (Conn.); Dorgan (N.D.); Durbin (Ill.); Feingold (Wis.); Feinstein (Calif.); Gillibrand (N.Y.); Hagan (N.C.); Harkin (Iowa); Inouye (Hawaii); Johnson (S.D.); Kaufman (Del.); Kennedy (Mass.); Kerry (Mass.); Klobuchar (Minn.); Kohl (Wis.); Landrieu (La.); Lautenberg (N.J.); Leahy (Vt.); Levin (Mich.); Lincoln (Ark.); McCaskill (Mo.); Menendez (N.J.); Merkley (Ore.); Mikulski (Md.); Murray (Wash.); Nelson (Fla.); Nelson (Neb.); Pryor (Ark.); Reed (R.I.); Reid (Nev.); Rockefeller (W.Va.); Schumer (N.Y.); Shaheen (N.H.); Stabenow (Mich.); Tester (Mont.); Udall (Colo.); Udall (N.M.); Warner (Va.); Webb (Va.); Whitehouse (R.I.); Wyden (Ore.).

REPUBLICANS YES

Collins (Maine); Snowe (Maine); Specter (Pa.).

REPUBLICANS NO

Alexander (Tenn.); Barrasso (Wyo.); Bennett (Utah); Bond (Mo.); Brownback (Kan.); Bunning (Ky.); Burr (N.C.); Chambliss (Ga.); Coburn (Okla.); Cochran (Miss.); Corker (Tenn.); Cornyn (Tex.); Crapo (Idaho); DeMint (S.C.); Ensign (Nev.); Enzi (Wyo.); Graham (S.C.); Grassley (Iowa); Hatch (Utah); Hutchison (Tex.); Inhofe (Okla.); Isakson (Ga.); Johanns (Neb.); Kyl (Ariz.); Lugar (Ind.); Martinez (Fla.); McCain (Ariz.); McConnell (Ky.); Murkowski (Alaska); Risch (Idaho); Roberts (Kan.); Sessions (Ala.); Shelby (Ala.); Thune (S.D.); Vitter (La.); Voinovich (Ohio); Wicker (Miss.).

REPUBLICAN NOT VOTING

Gregg (N.H.).

OTHERS YES

Lieberman (Conn.); Sanders (Vt.).


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