List of the 222 House Republicans & 6 Democrats who voted for the nationwide 20-week abortion ban

List of the 222 House Republicans and 6 Democrats who voted for HR 1797 “District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” that bans abortion on fetuses older than 20 weeks on June 18, 2013:

 

Republicans:

  1. Robert Aderholt (Alabama)
  2. Rodney Alexander (Louisana)
  3. Justin Amash (Michigan)
  4. Mark Amodei (Nevada)
  5. Michel Bachmann (Minnesota)
  6. Spencer Bachus (Alabama)
  7. Lou Barletta (Pennsylvania)
  8. Andy Barr (Kentucky)
  9. Joe Barton (Texas)
  10. Dan Benishek (Michigan)
  11. Kerry Bentivolio (Michigan)
  12. Gus Bilirakis (Florida)
  13. Rob Bishop (Utah)
  14. Diane Black (Tennessee)
  15. Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee)
  16. Charles Boustany (Louisana)
  17. Kevin Brady (Texas)
  18. Jim Bridenstine (Oklahoma)
  19. Mo Brooks (Alabama)
  20. Susan Brooks (Indiana)
  21. Vern Buchanan (Florida)
  22. Larry Bucshon (Indiana)
  23. Michael Burgess (Texas)
  24. Ken Calvert (California)
  25. Dave Camp (Michigan)
  26. Eric Cantor (Virginia)
  27. Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia)
  28. John Carter (Texas)
  29. William Cassidy (Louisana)
  30. Steve Chabot (Ohio)
  31. Jason Chaffetz (Utah)
  32. Howard Coble (North Carolina)
  33. Mike Coffman (Colorado)
  34. Tom Cole (Oklahoma)
  35. Doug Collins (Georgia)
  36. Chris Collins (New York)
  37. Michael Conaway (Texas)
  38. Paul Cook (California)
  39. Tom Cotton (Arkansas)
  40. Kevin Cramer (North Dakota)
  41. Rick Crawford (Arkansas)
  42. Ander Crenshaw (Florida)
  43. John Culberson (Texas)
  44. Steve Daines (Montana)
  45. Rodney Davis (Illinois)
  46. Jeff Denham (California)
  47. Ron DeSantis (Florida)
  48. Scott DesJarlais (Tennessee)
  49. Mario Diaz-Balart (Florida)
  50. Sean Duffy (Wisconsin)
  51. Jeff Duncan (South Carolina)
  52. John Duncan (Tennessee)
  53. Renee Ellmers (North Carolina)
  54. Blake Farenthold (Texas)
  55. Stephen Fincher (Tennessee)
  56. Michael Fitzpatrick (Pennsylvania)
  57. Chuck Fleischmann (Tennessee)
  58. John Fleming (Louisana)
  59. Bill Flores (Texas)
  60. J. Randy Forbes (Virginia)
  61. Jeff Fortenberry (Nebraska)
  62. Virginia Foxx (North Carolina)
  63. Trent Franks (Arizona)
  64. Cory Gardner (Colorado)
  65. Scott Garrett (New Jersey)
  66. Jim Gerlach (Pennsylvania)
  67. Bob Gibbs (Ohio)
  68. Chris Gibson (New York)
  69. Phil Gingrey (Georgia)
  70. Louie Gohmert (Texas)
  71. Bob Goodlatte (Virginia)
  72. Paul Gosar (Arizona)
  73. Trey Gowdy (South Carolina)
  74. Kay Granger (Texas)
  75. Tom Graves (Georgia)
  76. Sam Graves (Missouri)
  77. Tim Griffin (Arkansas)
  78. Morgan Griffith (Virginia)
  79. Michael Grimm (New York)
  80. S. Brett Guthrie (Kentucky)
  81. Ralph Hall (Texas)
  82. Gregg Harper (Mississippi)
  83. Andy Harris (Maryland)
  84. Vicky Hartzler (Missouri)
  85. Doc Hastings (Washington)
  86. Joe Heck (Nevada)
  87. Jeb Hensarling (Texas)
  88. Jaime Herrera Beutler (Washington)
  89. George Holding (North Carolina)
  90. Richard Hudson (North Carolina)
  91. Tim Huelskamp (Kansas)
  92. Bill Huizenga (Michigan)
  93. Randy Hultgren (Illinois)
  94. Robert Hurt (Virginia)
  95. Darrell Issa (California)
  96. Lynn Jenkins (Kansas)
  97. Bill Johnson (Ohio)
  98. Sam Johnson (Texas)
  99. Walter Jones (North Carolina)
  100. Jim Jordan (Ohio)
  101. David Joyce (Ohio)
  102. Mike Kelly (Pennsylvania)
  103. Steve King (Iowa)
  104. Peter King (New York)
  105. Jack Kingston (Georgia)
  106. Adam Kinzinger (Illinois)
  107. John Kline (Minnesota)
  108. Raul Labrador (Idaho)
  109. Doug LaMalfa (California)
  110. Doug Lamborn (Colorado)
  111. Leonard Lance (New Jersey)
  112. James Lankford (Oklahoma)
  113. Tom Latham (Iowa)
  114. Robert Latta (Ohio)
  115. Frank LoBiondo (New Jersey)
  116. Billy Long (Missouri)
  117. Frank Lucas (Oklahoma)
  118. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Missouri)
  119. Cynthia Lummis (Wyoming)
  120. Kenny Marchant (Texas)
  121. Tom Marino (Pennsylvania)
  122. Thomas Massie (Kentucky)
  123. Kevin McCarthy (California)
  124. Michael McCaul (Texas)
  125. Tom McClintock (California)
  126. Patrick McHenry (North Carolina)
  127. Buck McKeon (California)
  128. David McKinley (West Virginia)
  129. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Washington)
  130. Mark Meadows (North Carolina)
  131. Pat Meehan (Pennsylvania)
  132. Luke Messer (Indiana)
  133. John Mica (Florida)
  134. Jeff Miller (Florida)
  135. Candice Miller (Michigan)
  136. Gary Miller (California)
  137. Markwayne Mullin (Oklahoma)
  138. Mick Mulvaney (South Carolina)
  139. Tim Murphy (Pennsylvania)
  140. Randy Neugebauer (Texas)
  141. Kristi Noem (South Dakota)
  142. Richard Nugent (Florida)
  143. Devin Nunes (California)
  144. Alan Nunnelee (Mississippi)
  145. Pete Olson (Texas)
  146. Steven Palazzo (Mississippi)
  147. Erik Paulsen (Minnesota)
  148. Steve Pearce (New Mexico)
  149. Scott Perry (Pennsylvania)
  150. Thomas Petri (Wisconsin)
  151. Robert Pittenger (North Carolina)
  152. Joseph Pitts (Pennsylvania)
  153. Ted Poe (Texas)
  154. Mike Pompeo (Kansas)
  155. Bill Posey (Florida)
  156. Tom Price (Georgia)
  157. Trey Radel (Florida)
  158. Tom Reed (New York)
  159. David Reichert (Washington)
  160. Jim Renacci (Ohio)
  161. Reid Ribble (Wisconsin)
  162. Tom Rice (South Carolina)
  163. Scott Rigell (Virginia)
  164. Martha Roby (Alabama)
  165. Phil Roe (Tennessee)
  166. Mike Rogers (Alabama)
  167. Mike Rogers (Michigan)
  168. Dana Rohrabacher (California)
  169. Todd Rokita (Indiana)
  170. Tom Rooney (Florida)
  171. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida)
  172. Peter Roskam (Illinois)
  173. Dennis Ross (Florida)
  174. Keith Rothfus (Pennsylvania)
  175. Ed Royce (California)
  176. Paul Ryan (Wisconsin)
  177. Matt Salmon (Arizona)
  178. Mark Sanford (South Carolina)
  179. Steve Scalise (Louisana)
  180. David Schweikert (Arizona)
  181. Austin Scott (Georgia)
  182. James Sensenbrenner (Wisconsin)
  183. Pete Sessions (Texas)
  184. John Shimkus (Illinois)
  185. Bill Shuster (Pennsylvania)
  186. Mike Simpson (Idaho)
  187. Jason Smith (Missouri)
  188. Adrian Smith (Nebraska)
  189. Chris Smith (New Jersey)
  190. Lamar Smith (Texas)
  191. Steve Southerland (Florida)
  192. Chris Stewart (Utah)
  193. Steve Stivers (Ohio)
  194. Steve Stockman (Texas)
  195. Marlin Stutzman (Indiana)
  196. Lee Terry (Nebraska)
  197. Glenn Thompson (Pennsylvania)
  198. Mac Thornberry (Texas)
  199. Pat Tiberi (Ohio)
  200. Scott Tipton (Colorado)
  201. Michael Turner (Ohio)
  202. Fred Upton (Michigan)
  203. David Valadao (California)
  204. Ann Wagner (Missouri)
  205. Tim Walberg (Michigan)
  206. Greg Walden (Oregon)
  207. Jackie Walorski (Indiana)
  208. Randy Weber (Texas)
  209. Daniel Webster (Florida)
  210. Brad Wenstrup (Ohio)
  211. Lynn Westmoreland (Georgia)
  212. Ed Whitfield (Kentucky)
  213. Roger Williams (Texas)
  214. Joe Wilson (South Carolina)
  215. Robert Wittman (Virginia)
  216. Frank Wolf (Virginia)
  217. Steve Womack (Arkansas)
  218. Kevin Yoder (Kansas)
  219. Ted Yoho (Florida)
  220. Don Young (Alaska)
  221. C.W. Bill Young (Florida)
  222. Todd Young (Indiana)

 

Democrats:

  1. Henry Cuellar (Texas)
  2. Daniel Lipinski (Illinois)
  3. Jim Matheson (Utah)
  4. Mike McIntyre (North Carolina)
  5. Collin Peterson (Minnesota)
  6. Nick Rahall (West Virginia)

 

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