Skip to comments.Most Current Information on House Vote Tally and Contact Info
Posted on 03/13/2010 7:55:38 PM PST by GVnana
THIS IS THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION WE HAVE. Please share this with any and everyone you know that wants to help stop this legislation.
Code Red tally is: (http://www.nrcc.org/CodeRed/)
There are names with phone numbers - they must be called first . You can use the link below to get other names. We will also sent another copy of the updated Blue Dogs and Moderates hit list from earlier this week.
We have also added to the list of the 9 pro-life Democrats considering voting YES at the end of this list. Some of these individuals are in this list as well.
Info from the floor:
* -- Voted for Stupak amendment in November
(Y) -- Voted yes in November
(N) -- Voted no in November
All House Republicans are expected to vote no.
Firm No, Leaning No, Likely No (34)
John Adler (N.J.) (N) Waiting to see bill. Sounded like a no on Fox News, saying House and Senate bills fail to address cost containment
Michael Arcuri (N.Y.) (Y) Some reports have him as firm no, but Rules Committee member hasn't closed the door yet
John Barrow (Ga.) * (N) Voted no last year in committee and on floor. Likely no
Marion Berry (Ark.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-4076 / Fax: 202-225-5602 - Has been critical of the president since announcing his retirement. Strong backer of Stupak language
Dan Boren (Okla.) * (N) Won't be changing his mind - firm no
Bobby Bright (Ala.) * (N) Voted against House health bill, stimulus and climate change. Firm no
Ben Chandler (Ky.) * (N) His office told The Plum Line his position hasn't changed since November
Travis Childers (Miss.) * (N) In toss-up reelection race
Henry Cuellar (Texas) * (Y) Cuellar told Investor's Business Daily that without changes to abortion language, he's a no
Artur Davis (Ala.) * (N) Running for governor, but will make sure to return to D.C. to vote no
Lincoln Davis (Tenn.) * (N) Voted no first time, and most expect him to vote no again
Joe Donnelly (Ind.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-3915 / Fax: 202-225-6798 - Among the Stupak dozen - will vote no unless abortion language in Senate bill is changed, according to The Rochester Sentinel
Steve Driehaus (Ohio) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-2216 / Fax: 202-225-3012 - In toss-up race in November. Member of Stupak's group
Chet Edwards (Texas) (N) Perennial GOP target. Edwards spokesman told CNN he will vote no
Luis Gutierrez (Ill.) (Y) Citing immigration language, Gutierrez said on MSNBC that "I can't support this bill." Lawmaker has lambasted the president on not moving immigration reform yet. Warned that other Hispanic lawmakers will also vote no
Larry Kissell (N.C.) (N) GOP target, but reelection chances on the rise. Firm no
Frank Kratovil (Md.) (N) Voted for climate change; says he will vote no
Dennis Kucinich (Ohio) (N) Progressive was on the fence before House vote last fall - not this time. He's a firm no
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (S.D.) (N) Congresswoman told the Rapid City Journal she's a no, noting she is not a fan of reconciliation
Tim Holden (Pa.) * (N) Voted against healthcare and climate change in 2009. Told The Republican Herald that he is a no, citing abortion and "significant" cuts to Medicare and Medicaid
Daniel Lipinski (Ill.) * (Y) Will not vote for abortion language in Senate bill, but has other concerns as well. Democratic leaders cannot count on Lipinski
Jim Marshall (Ga.) * (N) Perennial GOP target, but favored to win reelection. Told The Hill he's a no
Jim Matheson (Utah) * (N) President Obama this year tapped brother for post, but Matheson still a likely no
Mike McIntyre (N.C.) * (N) Seven-term lawmaker rejected House health bill and climate change. Spokesman tells The Hill McIntyre is a no. Expected to win reelection easily even though Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) won district
Mike McMahon (N.Y.) (N) Suggested last month he was a no to the Staten Island Advance. McMahon told The Hill on March 12 he is leaning no
Charlie Melancon (La.) * (N) Senate hopeful voted no in November and no in committee. Likely no
Walt Minnick (Idaho) (N) One of the House's most conservative members. Firm no
Collin Peterson (Minn.) * (N) Ag chairman not shy in bucking leadership. Firm no
Mike Ross (Ark.) * (N) Voted for bill in committee, but not since. Firm no
Heath Shuler (N.C.) * (N) CNN reporting Shuler is a no.< Doesn't hold his tongue when he opposes Democratic leaders. Critic of reconciliation
Ike Skelton (Mo.) * (N) GOP targeting his seat. Armed Services Committee chairman is a firm no
Bart Stupak (Mich.) * (N) No deal with leadership on abortion = no vote on final bill for Stupak and other Democratic opponents of abortion rights
Gene Taylor (Miss.) * (N) Has been a firm no all Congress. Constituents last summer urged him to get others to vote no
Harry Teague (N.M.) * (N) Told The Hill that he will review bill to see if final bill brings costs down. If "we are in the same place - a no"
Firm Yes (2)
Dale Kildee (Mich.) * (Y) Not one of Stupak's dozen
Silvestre Reyes (Texas) * (Y) Intelligence panel chairman on board
Leaning Yes (3)
Russ Carnahan (Mo.) (Y) In competitive race this fall, but should win
Gerry Connolly (Va.) (Y) If he votes no, bill will not pass. Likely yes
Vic Snyder (Ark.) * (Y) Not seeking reelection. Snyder said on Fox News he is leaning yes
Jason Altmire (Pa.) * (N) Many view Altmire as key to passage. He said on Fox News he has "open mind." Voted no in committee and on floor, but bottom line is his yes vote is gettable
Joe Baca (Calif.) * (Y) Must-have for leadership
Brian Baird (Wash.) (N) Retiring member who bucked party on Iraq war surge
Melissa Bean (Ill.) (Y) Conservative Democrat well-positioned for midterm election
Shelley Berkley (Nev.) (Y) Told Politico she does not like the Senate bill
Sanford Bishop Jr. (Ga.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-3631 / Fax: 202-225-2203 Favors Stupak provision
Tim Bishop (N.Y.) (Y) Must-have vote for leadership. Bishop's office told CNN that the New York lawmaker wants major changes to Senate bill
John Boccieri (Ohio) * (N) GOP target
Rick Boucher (Va.) (N) GOP target
Allen Boyd (Fla.) (N) Facing primary challenge
Michael Capuano (Y) Wanted to be a senator, but doesn't trust the Senate. TPM reported that Capuano is leaning no. In an e-mail to supporters, Capuano said he has many problems with Senate measure
Dennis Cardoza (Calif.) * (Y) Secured language for district before last year's vote
Chris Carney (Pa.) * (Y) A "no" vote here would be a setback for leadership
Jim Cooper (Tenn) * (Y) Has had up-and-down relationship with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)
Jim Costa (Calif.) * (Y) Secured project for his district before November vote
Jerry Costello (Ill.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5661 / Fax: 202-225-0285 - Was a late yes in the fall. Proponent of Stupak language
Joe Courtney (Conn.) (Y) Wary of excise tax, but likely yes
Kathy Dahlkemper (Pa.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5406 / Fax: 202-225-3103 - GOP target. Her yes vote could be key to passage. Strong backer of Stupak language
Mike Doyle (Pa.) * (Y) Must-have vote for leadership; not politically vulnerable
Bob Etheridge (N.C.) * (Y) Passed up Senate run
Brad Ellsworth (Ind.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-4636 / Fax: 202-225-3284 - Senate hopeful who is big supporter of Stupak language
Bill Foster (Ill.) (Y) GOP target
Gabrielle Giffords (Ariz.) (Y) GOP target
Bart Gordon (Tenn.) * (N) Retiring committee chairman
Raul Grijalva (Ariz.) (Y) Despite many threats, Arizona liberal expected to vote yes
John Hall (N.Y.) (Y) Democratic leaders may lose other Dems from N.Y., but need to keep Hall on board
Debbie Halvorson (Ill.) (Y) Politically vulnerable, but favored to win her reelection race
Baron Hill (Ind.) * (Y) Passed up Senate run
Jim Himes (Conn.) (Y) Must-have vote for leadership. Likely yes
Steve Kagen (Wis.) (Y) Told Fox 11 in Wisconsin that he prefers more incremental approach; doesn't trust Senate
Paul Kanjorski (Pa.) * (Y) GOP target
Marcy Kaptur (Ohio) * (Y) Voted with leadership first time around, but doesn't toe the party line. Wants Stupak language but that's not a deal breaker
Mary Jo Kilroy (Ohio) (Y) In toss-up race this November
Ron Kind (Wis.) (Y) Represents competitive district. Voted against bill in committee
Ann Kirkpatrick (Ariz.) (Y) GOP target
Ron Klein (Fla.) (Y) GOP target
Suzanne Kosmas (Fla.) (N) Easily won her race in 2008; her 2010 race will be tighter
Jim Langevin (R.I.) * (Y) Langevin's seat not in danger this fall. He has previously fended off primary challenges
Dan Maffei (N.Y.) (Y) Former Ways and Means aide is seen as gettable
Betsy Markey (Colo.) (N) Was a late no last time. In early March, Markey declined to be interviewed by Denver Post on her position on bill. Likely target for Democratic leaders
Jerry McNerney (Calif.) (Y) Waiting for final language. There are false reports of him being a firm no
Mike Michaud (Maine) * (Y) Likely yes
Harry Mitchell (Ariz.) (Y) GOP target
Alan Mollohan (W.Va.) * (Y) In November, seat was considered safe. Now, he's in a tight race
Dennis Moore (Kan.) (Y) Retiring this year
Chris Murphy (Conn.) (Y) GOP target
Scott Murphy (N.Y.) (N) Reelection race looks good, for now
Richard Neal (Mass.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5601 / Fax: 202-225-8112 Better vote yes if he wants to take Ways and Means gavel; fan of Stupak language
Glenn Nye (Va.) (N) In toss-up race
Jim Oberstar (Minn.) * (Y) Tel: 202-727-7474 / Fax: 202-225-6211 Wants to vote yes, but also wants Stupak language
David Obey (Wis.) * (Y) Waiting to review bill language; likely yes
Solomon Ortiz (Texas) * (Y) Was a late yes last time around
Bill Owens (N.Y.) (Y) One of first votes in Congress was yes on House health bill; media reports have him as undecided
Tom Perriello (Va.) * (Y) In toss-up race this fall; Pelosi had long talk with the Virginia Democrat on March 10 on the House floor
Earl Pomeroy (N.D.) * (Y) Voted against bill in committee, and for it on the House floor
Nick Rahall (W.Va.) * (Y) Another panel chairman on the fence
Ciro Rodriguez (Texas) * (Y) Considered by Cook Political Report to "likely" retain seat
Tim Ryan (Ohio) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5261 / Fax: 202-225-3719 - Opposes abortion rights; voted for Stupak language
John Salazar (Colo.) * (Y) GOP target
Loretta Sanchez (Calif.) (Y) Was a late yes in November Mark Schauer (Mich.) (Y) In tossup race this fall
Carol Shea-Porter (N.H.) (Y) In toss-up race, according to Cook Political Report
Zack Space (Ohio) * (Y) Voted yes in committee and yes on the floor last year
Adam Smith (Wash.) (Y) Was a late yes in November
John Spratt (S.C.) * (Y) Budget Committee chairman is in competitive reelection race. Spratt will soon be trying to collect votes for his budget resolution
Betty Sutton (Ohio) (Y) GOP target
John Tanner (Tenn.) * (N) House deputy whip not running for reelection, but he still will need to be convinced to get to yes. Voted no in committee and on floor
Dina Titus (Nev.) (Y) Her office told The Hill the congresswoman is undecided. Voted no in committee and yes on the floor last year
Paul Tonko (N.Y.) (Y) Waiting for Congressional Budget Office numbers
Anthony Weiner (N.Y.) (Y) On March 12, Weiner noted that 290 times this Congress, the Senate has failed to act on bills passed by the House, adding, "Fool us once, shame on you, fool me 290 times, shame on us."
Charlie Wilson (Ohio) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5705 / Fax: 202-225-5907 - Considered less vulnerable this fall than other Ohio Democrats. Big proponent of Stupak language
David Wu (Ore.) (Y) Was undecided for three hours during 2003 Medicare drug vote, then voted with the GOP
John Yarmuth (Ky.) (Y) Considered a team player. Likely yes
The 9 pro-life Democrats considering voting "yes" are the following:
Jason Altmire (PA-04); (202) 225-2565, (724) 378-0928, (724) 226-1304, FAX (202) 226-2274, (724) 226-1308, 724-378-6171
John Boccieri (OH-16); (202) 225-3876, (330) 489-4414, FAX (202) 225-3059, (330) 489-4448
Steve Dreihaus (OH-01); (202) 225-2216, (513) 684-2723, FAX DC (202) 225-3012, (513) 421-8722
Brad Ellsworth (IN-11); (202) 225-4636, (812) 465-6484, (812) 232-0523, FAX (202) 225-3284, (812) 232-0526, (812) 422-4761
Baron Hill (IN-09); (202) 225-5315, (812) 288-3999, (812) 336- 3000, FAX (202) 226-6866, (812) 288-3873
Paul Kanjorski (PA-11); (202) 225-6511, (570) 825-2200, (570) 496-1011, (570) 895-4176 FAX (202) 225-0764; (570) 825-8685
Marcy Kaptur (OH-09); (202) 225-4146, (419) 259-7500, FAX (202) 225-7711, (419) 255-9623
James Langevin (RI-02); (202) 225-3011, (801) 486-1236, (435) 627-0880, (435) 636-3722, FAX (202) 225-5976, (401) 737-2982
Charlie Wilson (OH-06); (202) 225-5705, (330) 533-7250, (740) 376-0868, (740) 633-5705, (740) 533-9423, (330) 532-3740 FAX (202) 225-5907, (330) 533-7136, (740) 376-0886, (740) 633-5727, (740) 533-9359
The Greatest Assault on the Constitution In Your Lifetime
If you can make only ONE call, make it to Rep. Louise Slaughter:
Tel: 202-225-3615 / Fax: 202-225-7822
The Washington Examiner has reported that House Democrats appear poised to adopt a rule that would pass the Senate health care bill without actually voting on it. Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) is preparing to pass the health care overhaul through the House of Representatives without a vote, as was originally reported by the National Journal's Congress Daily.
In the "Slaughter Solution," the rule would declare that the House "deems" the Senate version of the health care bill to have been passed by the House. House members would still have to vote on whether to accept the rule, but they would then be able to say they only voted for a rule, not for the bill itself.
Democrats would thereby avoid a direct vote on the health care bill while allowing it to become law!
Constitutional attorney Mark R. Levin asks, "They're going to present a rule, issued by her committee as chairman, that says that the House already adopted the Senate bill when we know it didn't?"
Weblink for phone numbers: http://www.conservativeusa.org/mega-cong.htm
Tea Party Patriots
Thanks for a good analysis.
My next fax to Jim Cooper (Tennessee): Don’t Slaughter the Constitution!
Everyone should call Slaughter and mail her sets of false teeth!
As of 10:15 PM 3/13)
Democrats Who Voted Nay in November:
Very Hard to Persuade: 27
Hard to Persuade: 4
Democrats Who Voted Yea in November:
Suggested Might Now Vote Nay (Including Confirmed Stupak Democrats): 19
Other Possible Stupak Democrats: 8
Brett Baier reported last night on Fox that Dahlkemper is a no. Let’s hope he’s correct.
I cant believe Rick Boucher would vote yes; he’s in deep yogurt after voting for cap and tax. As for Tom Perriello, his first term will be his last if he caves.
Thanks so much for posting this. C’mon Freepers; let’s get on the phones.
Thanks for the list.
I could say more but loose lips sink ships.
Say a prayer that my efforts are effective in helping to finally kill Obamacare.
Heard yesturday she announced NO! for her vote. Need confirmation though. Was on the radio.
Kathy Dahlkemper (Pa.) * (Y) Tel: 202-225-5406 / Fax: 202-225-3103 - GOP target. Her yes vote could be key to passage. Strong backer of Stupak language
Yea, I hear Dahlkemper NO as well.
Is Dahlkemper then bring the No vote to 202?
es it looks like it...but then these numbers are always sliding too..so who knows...I’d like to believe this will not be passed...but reality and the demos antics suggests it will.
Actually, those Democrat antics imply they are not able to.
That’s reassuring if so...tough to understand this process which is taking so many detours. Then one wonders just how much is a distraction as the political games play out. It’s as if there is no referee to call foul!
Thanks for the link. I clicked and got the list of phone numbers of the Blue Dog Dems. I’ve been calling Congress persons from that list today. Usually I get a busy signal the first time I call (that’s a good sign) but I just hit redial.
In some offices you will get a voice mail message; but, you can’t leave a message because their voice mailbox is FULL (that’s another good sign). Hope other FREEPERS are calling.