A bill that would have created an independent commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol failed in the Senate in a 54-35 vote Friday.
Six Republicans joined 48 Democrats in voting to advance the bill, while 35 Republicans voted against it and 11 senators, including two Democrats, didn’t vote. Sixty votes were required to move forward.
Last week, the House voted to approve the bill, with all Democratic members and 35 Republicans supporting it.
In the Senate, Democrats needed the support of 10 Republicans to reach a final vote and avoid a possible filibuster. Below is a list of senators and their position on the commission.