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Senate Vote on Allowing Videotape

Associated Press
Thursday, February 4, 1999; 4:48 p.m. EST

The 62-38 roll call by which the Senate voted to allow the use of deposition videotapes and transcripts at the impeachment trial.

A "yes" vote was a vote to allow their public use and a "no" vote was opposed to it.

Voting "yes" were 53 Republicans and nine Democrats. Voting "no" were 36 Democrats and two Republicans.


Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions (R): Yes Sen. Richard Shelby (R): Yes
Alaska Sen. Frank Murkowski (R): Yes Sen. Ted Stevens (R): Yes
Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl (R): Yes Sen. John McCain (R): Yes
Arkansas Sen. Tim Hutchinson (R): Yes Sen. Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D): No
California Sen. Barbara Boxer (D): No Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D): No
Colorado Sen. Wayne Allard (R): Yes Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R): Yes
Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd (D): No Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D): Yes
Delaware Sen. Joseph Biden (D): No Sen. William Roth (R): Yes
Florida Sen. Bob Graham (D): No Sen. Connie Mack (R): Yes
Georgia Sen. Max Cleland (D): No Sen. Paul Coverdell (R): Yes
Hawaii Sen. Daniel Akaka (D): No Sen. Daniel Inouye (D): No
Idaho Sen. Larry Craig (R): Yes Sen. Mike Crapo (R): Yes
Illinois Sen. Richard Durbin (D): No Sen. Peter Fitzgerald (R): Yes
Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh (D): No Sen. Richard Lugar (R): Yes
Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley (R): Yes Sen. Tom Harkin (D): No
Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback (R): Yes Sen. Pat Roberts (R): Yes
Kentucky Sen. Jim Bunning (R): Yes Sen. Mitch McConnell (R): Yes
Louisiana Sen. John Breaux (D): Yes Sen. Mary Landrieu (D): No
Maine Sen. Susan Collins (R): Yes Sen. Olympia Snowe (R): No
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D): No Sen. Paul Sarbanes (D): No
Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy (D): No Sen. John Kerry (D): No
Michigan Sen. Spencer Abraham (R): Yes Sen. Carl Levin (D): No
Minnesota Sen. Rod Grams (R): Yes Sen. Paul Wellstone (D): Yes
Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran (R): Yes Sen. Trent Lott (R): Yes
Missouri Sen. John Ashcroft (R): Yes Sen. Christopher (Kit) Bond (R): Yes
Montana Sen. Max Baucus (D): No Sen. Conrad Burns (R): Yes
Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel (R): Yes Sen. Bob Kerrey (D): No
Nevada Sen. Richard Bryan (D): Yes Sen. Harry Reid (D): No
New Hampshire Sen. Judd Gregg (R): Yes Sen. Bob Smith (R): Yes
New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D): No Sen. Robert Torricelli (D): No
New Mexico Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D): No Sen. Pete Domenici (R): Yes
New York Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D): Yes Sen. Charles Schumer (D): No
North Carolina Sen. John Edwards (D): No Sen. Jesse Helms (R): Yes
North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad (D): No Sen. Byron Dorgan (D): No
Ohio Sen. Mike DeWine (R): Yes Sen. George Voinovich (R): Yes
Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe (R): Yes Sen. Don Nickles (R): Yes
Oregon Sen. Gordon Smith (R): Yes Sen. Ron Wyden (D): Yes
Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum (R): Yes Sen. Arlen Specter (R): Yes
Rhode Island Sen. John Chafee (R): Yes Sen. Jack Reed (D): No
South Carolina Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings (D): Yes Sen. Strom Thurmond (R): Yes
South Dakota Sen. Thomas Daschle (D): No Sen. Tim Johnson (D): No
Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist (R): Yes Sen. Fred Thompson (R): Yes
Texas Sen. Phil Gramm (R): Yes Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R): Yes
Utah Sen. Robert Bennett (R): Yes Sen. Orrin Hatch (R): Yes
Vermont Sen. James Jeffords (R): No Sen. Patrick Leahy (D): No
Virginia Sen. Charles Robb (D): No Sen. John Warner (R): Yes
Washington Sen. Slade Gorton (R): Yes Sen. Patty Murray (D): No
West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd (D): Yes Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D): No
Wisconsin Sen. Russell Feingold (D): Yes Sen. Herb Kohl (D): No
Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi (R): Yes Sen. Craig Thomas (R): Yes


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