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House Votes on the Impeachment Inquiry


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Friday, October 9, 1998

Following are the 31 Democrats who voted with 227 Republicans yesterday to launch an impeachment inquiry of President Clinton:

Boswell (Iowa), Condit (Calif.), Cramer (Ala.), Danner (Mo.), Etheridge (N.C.), Evans (Ill.), Goode (Va.), Hall (Tex.), Hamilton (Ind.), John (La.), Kind (Wis.), Kucinich (Ohio), Lampson (Tex.), Lipinski (Ill.), Maloney (Conn.), McCarthy (N.Y.), McHale (Pa.), McIntyre (N.C.), Minge (Minn.), Moran (Va.), Peterson (Minn.), Pickett (Va.), Roemer (Ind.), Sisisky (Va.), Skelton (Mo.), Spratt (S.C.), Stenholm (Tex.), Tauscher (Calif.), Taylor (Miss.), Turner (Tex.), Weygand (R.I.).

Before the impeachment vote was taken, the House considered and defeated an alternative offered by Democrats. Here are the 10 Democrats and one Republican who opposed their parties on that vote:

Dickey (R-Ark.), Evans (D-Ill.), Filner (D-Calif.), Goode (D-Va.), Kanjorski (D-Pa.), Lewis (D-Ga.), Lipinski (D-Ill.), McHale (D-Pa.), McKinney (D-Ga.), Serrano (D-N.Y.), Taylor (D-Miss.).

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