House Passes Pay Freeze Extension – How Did Reps Vote?

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By on February 2, 2012 in Pay & Benefits with 118 Comments

The House voted late Wednesday to pass HR 3835, Rep. Sean Duffy’s (R-WI) bill that would extend the current pay freeze for federal employees and members of Congress for one year.

The bill passed by a vote of 309 to 117. 72 Democrats joined Republicans in support of the legislation and only two Republicans voted against it.

A group of 17 Democrats in Congress recently sent a letter voicing their opposition to additional cuts that would harm federal employees. Interestingly, all but one of these members of Congress kept their word on voting against bills such as this pay freeze extension legislation. Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA) voted in favor of the pay freeze bill while the other eligible members voted against it.

What was the voting record of each individual Representative on this particular legislation? The table below shows how the vote turned out.

YEAS 309

Adams Aderholt Akin Alexander Altmire
Amash Amodei Andrews Austria Bachmann
Bachus Baldwin Barletta Barrow Barton (TX)
Bass (NH) Benishek Berg Berkley Biggert
Bilbray Bilirakis Bishop (GA) Bishop (NY) Bishop (UT)
Black Blackburn Bonner Bono Mack Boren
Boswell Boustany Brady (TX) Braley (IA) Brooks
Broun (GA) Buchanan Bucshon Buerkle Burgess
Burton (IN) Calvert Camp Campbell Canseco
Cantor Capito Capps Carney Carter
Cassidy Castor (FL) Chabot Chaffetz Chandler
Cicilline Coble Coffman (CO) Cole Conaway
Cooper Costa Costello Cravaack Crawford
Crenshaw Critz Cuellar Culberson Davis (KY)
DeFazio Denham Dent DesJarlais Diaz-Balart
Dold Donnelly (IN) Dreier Duffy Duncan (SC)
Duncan (TN) Ellmers Emerson Engel Eshoo
Farenthold Fincher Fitzpatrick Flake Fleischmann
Fleming Flores Forbes Fortenberry Foxx
Franks (AZ) Frelinghuysen Gallegly Garamendi Gardner
Garrett Gerlach Gibbs Gibson Gingrey (GA)
Gohmert Goodlatte Gosar Gowdy Granger
Graves (GA) Graves (MO) Green, Gene Griffin (AR) Griffith (VA)
Grimm Guinta Guthrie Hall Hanabusa
Hanna Harper Harris Hartzler Hastings (WA)
Hayworth Heck Heinrich Hensarling Herger
Herrera Beutler Higgins Himes Hochul Huelskamp
Huizenga (MI) Hultgren Hunter Hurt Inslee
Israel Issa Jenkins Johnson (IL) Johnson (OH)
Johnson, Sam Jones Jordan Kaptur Keating
Kelly Kind King (IA) King (NY) Kingston
Kinzinger (IL) Kissell Kline Labrador Lamborn
Lance Landry Langevin Lankford Latham
LaTourette Latta Lewis (CA) Lipinski LoBiondo
Loebsack Lofgren, Zoe Long Lowey Lucas
Luetkemeyer Luján Lummis Lungren, Daniel E. Manzullo
Marchant Marino Matheson McCarthy (CA) McCaul
McClintock McCotter McHenry McIntyre McKeon
McKinley McMorris Rodgers McNerney Meehan Mica
Michaud Miller (FL) Miller (MI) Miller, Gary Mulvaney
Murphy (CT) Murphy (PA) Myrick Neugebauer Noem
Nugent Nunes Nunnelee Olson Owens
Palazzo Paulsen Pearce Pence Perlmutter
Peterson Petri Pingree (ME) Pitts Platts
Poe (TX) Polis Pompeo Posey Price (GA)
Quayle Quigley Rahall Reed Rehberg
Reichert Renacci Ribble Rigell Rivera
Roby Roe (TN) Rogers (AL) Rogers (KY) Rogers (MI)
Rohrabacher Rokita Rooney Ros-Lehtinen Roskam
Ross (AR) Ross (FL) Royce Runyan Ruppersberger
Ryan (OH) Ryan (WI) Sanchez, Loretta Scalise Schilling
Schmidt Schock Schrader Schwartz Schweikert
Scott (SC) Scott, Austin Scott, David Sensenbrenner Sessions
Shimkus Shuler Shuster Simpson Slaughter
Smith (NE) Smith (NJ) Smith (TX) Southerland Speier
Stearns Stivers Stutzman Sullivan Sutton
Terry Thompson (PA) Thornberry Tiberi Tierney
Tipton Tonko Tsongas Turner (NY) Turner (OH)
Upton Walberg Walden Walsh (IL) Walz (MN)
Wasserman Schultz Webster West Westmoreland Whitfield
Wilson (SC) Wittman Wolf Womack Woodall
Yarmuth Yoder Young (FL) Young (IN)  

NAYS 117

Ackerman Baca Bartlett Bass (CA) Becerra
Berman Blumenauer Brady (PA) Brown (FL) Butterfield
Capuano Cardoza Carnahan Chu Clarke (MI)
Clarke (NY) Clay Cleaver Clyburn Cohen
Connolly (VA) Conyers Courtney Crowley Cummings
Davis (CA) Davis (IL) DeGette DeLauro Deutch
Dicks Dingell Doggett Doyle Edwards
Ellison Farr Fattah Frank (MA) Fudge
Gonzalez Green, Al Grijalva Gutierrez Hahn
Hastings (FL) Hinojosa Hirono Holden Holt
Honda Hoyer Jackson (IL) Jackson Lee (TX) Johnson (GA)
Johnson, E. B. Kildee Kucinich Larsen (WA) Larson (CT)
Lee (CA) Levin Lewis (GA) Lynch Maloney
Markey Matsui McCarthy (NY) McCollum McDermott
McGovern Meeks Miller (NC) Miller, George Moore
Moran Nadler Napolitano Neal Olver
Pallone Pascrell Pastor (AZ) Payne Pelosi
Peters Price (NC) Rangel Reyes Richardson
Richmond Rothman (NJ) Rush Sánchez, Linda T. Sarbanes
Schakowsky Schiff Scott (VA) Serrano Sewell
Sherman Sires Smith (WA) Stark Thompson (CA)
Thompson (MS) Towns Van Hollen Velázquez Visclosky
Waters Watt Waxman Welch Wilson (FL)
Woolsey Young (AK)      

NOT VOTING 6

Carson (IN) Filner Hinchey Mack Paul
Roybal-Allard        

 

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