• Did the Vote Pass? Yes
  • Voted Yea 208
  • Voted Nay 205
  • Didn't Vote 10
  • Voted Present 0
The vote on the Heroes Act 2.0 comes at a time when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) have refused to negotiate in good-faith with the White House on another COVID-19 relief package. Although Pelosi and Schumer have lowered their top-line price tag for another COVID-19 relief package to $2.2 trillion from $3.5 trillion, the $2.2 trillion demand is still nearly $1 trillion higher than what President Trump will sign.

The updated Heroes Act 2.0 comes not long after some House Democrats sent a letter to Pelosi, in which they wrote, “[I]t is essential that we send the Senate a compromise bill before the election that is reasonable and that can be signed into law by the President of the United States.” Facing this increased pressure from some members of the House Democratic Caucus, Pelosi directed committees to begin drafting another with a price tag of $2.2 trillion.

According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the iteration of the Heroes Act passed by the House, H.R. 6800, in May would have cost nearly $3.5 trillion. The Senate didn’t consider H.R. 6800 and Democrats blocked consideration of a targeted bill — the Delivering Immediate Relief to America’s Families, Schools and Small Businesses Act — in early September.

The Heroes Act 2.0 that the House will consider this week will cost between $2.2 trillion and $2.4 trillion. This updated Heroes Act 2.0 won’t be considered in the Senate and won’t be signed into law by President Trump. Much like the version of this bill passed by the House in May, this 2,154-page Heroes Act 2.0 includes a wishlist of far-left demands, many of which aren’t related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Congress has already appropriated $357 billion for states in response to COVID-19, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. This previously appropriated money includes the $150 billion committed to state and local governments through the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) included in the CARES Act. However, as of August 2020, only 34.2 percent of the CRF money has been spent.

The money to states and local governments in the Heroes Act 2.0 is little more than a giveaway. Chris Edwards of the Cato Institute notes that the decline in revenues to state and local governments between the first quarter and the second quarter of 2020 is about 3 percent. The Tax Foundation explains that the total revenue loss for states in FY 2020 is “just under $200 billion.” It’s true that state and local governments have experienced revenue shortfalls as a result of the pandemic, but the revenue losses that state and local governments have seen can be addressed by cutting spending.

The Heroes Act 2.0 includes several tax-related provisions, including bringing back the full state and local tax (SALT) deduction and another round of so-called “stimulus checks.”

Prior to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017, tax filers who itemized could claim their state and local taxes as a deduction, reducing their overall tax liability. Those who claim the SALT deduction tended to be high-income earners from high-tax states. According to data provided by the Internal Revenue Service for tax year 2017, about 31 percent of tax filers itemized their deductions, but 93 percent of tax filers who reported income above $200,000 itemized.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act capped the deductibility of SALT at $10,000. Capping the deduction not only raised revenue to help offset losses in revenue through tax cuts, but it also mitigated the perverse incentive of blue state governors and legislatures to increase tax burdens while knowing that those tax burdens may, at least in part, be subsidized by the federal government through the SALT deduction, which overwhelmingly benefits higher-income earners, who are much more likely to itemize than lower- and middle-class tax filers.

The Heroes Act 2.0 would eliminate the cap and restore the state and local tax (SALT) deduction for tax year 2020, but the goal of Pelosi and Schumer is to permanently restore this tax break for higher income earners in blue states.

The stimulus payments provisions of the CARES Act — often referred to as “recovery rebates” — provided an individual tax filer who had an adjusted gross income (AGI) of up to $75,000 with a $1,200 payment. A joint filer with an AGI of up to $150,000 received $2,400. An additional $500 per child under the age of 17 was also available. These direct payments were provided on top of a tax refund for tax year 2020.

The income levels were based on filings for tax year 2019 if the return had been filed. If the 2019 return hadn’t been filed, the filing for tax year 2018 was used to determine AGI. Apart from the income thresholds, the tax filer couldn’t be a dependent and had to have a valid Social Security number.

There was not a minimum income threshold to qualify for a direct payment. There was an income phase-out. Individual tax filers who had an AGI that exceeded $75,000 and joint filers with an AGI that exceeded $150,000 saw a $5 reduction per $100 of income over the threshold. Individuals who had an AGI exceeding $99,000 and joint filers with an income exceeding $198,000 didn’t receive any direct payments.

Consistent with past research, a recent study found that most Americans saved or paid down debt with the so-called “stimulus check” that was included in the CARES Act. These payments may be politically popular, but it does little to boost the economy. The Heroes Act 2.0 would do another round of these payments, expanding the $500 per child to $500 per dependent.

Section 2104 of the CARES Act provided an additional $600 per week payment for those who have filed for, and are receiving, unemployment benefits. This enhanced unemployment insurance benefit, which was in addition to the unemployment insurance benefits available from states, has since expired. One of the concerns about the $600 weekly payment was that it would discourage those who had lost their jobs from returning to the workforce. According to a study from the Becker Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago, 68 percent of unemployed workers earned more on unemployment than they would have earned in the workforce.

Like the original version of the bill passed in May, the Heroes Act 2.0 would extend these enhanced unemployment benefits past the current deadline of July 31, 2020 to January 31, 2021 and create a supplemental period of March 31, 2021 for those whose benefits have not been exhausted. This would only further prolong the economic recovery, putting employers, who will undoubtedly need workers to fill jobs, in direct competition with the federal government paying individuals not to work.

The Heroes Act 2.0 also contains the text of the ACCESS Act as Division P, which unconstitutionally usurps states’ authority to regulate their own elections while greatly decreasing their ability to prevent voter fraud. In addition, the requirements would be absolutely impossible for states to implement with just a month to go until Election Day, likely throwing the election process into even greater chaos.

We do note that there are provisions in the Heroes Act 2.0 that address the criminal justice system, including helping federal prisons respond to COVID-19, second-chance initiatives for prisoners who are returning to society, community supervision and juvenile justice programs, and providing for compassionate release of nonviolent offenders. FreedomWorks is very sympathetic to these provisions. It’s unfortunate that these worthy provisions have been included in a bill that has no chance of passage. We do hope that negotiators will prioritize these provisions and include them in a bipartisan bill or that these provisions will be included in a separate bill that actually has a chance of passage.

Legislator's Votes

Official's Name Party District Voted

Alma Adams

Democrat

NC-12

Yea

Pete Aguilar

Democrat

CA-33

Yea

Colin Allred

Democrat

TX-32

Yea

Nanette Barragán

Democrat

CA-44

Yea

Karen Bass

Democrat

CA-37

Yea

Joyce Beatty

Democrat

OH-3

Yea

Ami Bera

Democrat

CA-6

Yea

Don Beyer

Democrat

VA-8

Yea

Sanford Bishop

Democrat

GA-2

Yea

Earl Blumenauer

Democrat

OR-3

Yea

Lisa Blunt Rochester

Democrat

DE-1

Yea

Suzanne Bonamici

Democrat

OR-1

Yea

Brendan Boyle

Democrat

PA-2

Yea

Anthony Brown

Democrat

MD-4

Yea

Julia Brownley

Democrat

CA-26

Yea

Cheri Bustos

Democrat

IL-17

Yea

G. K. Butterfield

Democrat

NC-1

Yea

Salud Carbajal

Democrat

CA-24

Yea

Tony Cárdenas

Democrat

CA-29

Yea

André Carson

Democrat

IN-7

Yea

Ed Case

Democrat

HI-1

Yea

Sean Casten

Democrat

IL-6

Yea

Kathy Castor

Democrat

FL-14

Yea

Joaquin Castro

Democrat

TX-20

Yea

Judy Chu

Democrat

CA-28

Yea

David Cicilline

Democrat

RI-1

Yea

Katherine Clark

Democrat

MA-5

Yea

Yvette Clarke

Democrat

NY-9

Yea

Wm. Lacy Clay

Democrat

MO-1

Yea

Emanuel Cleaver

Democrat

MO-5

Yea

Jim Clyburn

Democrat

SC-6

Yea

Steve Cohen

Democrat

TN-9

Yea

Gerry Connolly

Democrat

VA-11

Yea

Jim Cooper

Democrat

TN-5

Yea

Lou Correa

Democrat

CA-46

Yea

Jim Costa

Democrat

CA-21

Yea

Joe Courtney

Democrat

CT-2

Yea

TJ Cox

Democrat

CA-21

Yea

Angie Craig

Democrat

MN-2

Yea

Charlie Crist

Democrat

FL-13

Yea

Jason Crow

Democrat

CO-6

Yea

Henry Cuellar

Democrat

TX-28

Yea

Danny Davis

Democrat

IL-7

Yea

Susan Davis

Democrat

CA-53

Yea

Madeleine Dean

Democrat

PA-4

Yea

Peter DeFazio

Democrat

OR-4

Yea

Diana DeGette

Democrat

CO-1

Yea

Rosa DeLauro

Democrat

CT-3

Yea

Suzan DelBene

Democrat

WA-1

Yea

Val Demings

Democrat

FL-10

Yea

Mark DeSaulnier

Democrat

CA-10

Yea

Ted Deutch

Democrat

Yea

Debbie Dingell

Democrat

MI-6

Yea

Lloyd Doggett

Democrat

TX-37

Yea

Mike Doyle

Democrat

PA-18

Yea

Eliot Engel

Democrat

NY-16

Yea

Veronica Escobar

Democrat

TX-16

Yea

Anna Eshoo

Democrat

CA-16

Yea

Adriano Espaillat

Democrat

NY-13

Yea

Dwight Evans

Democrat

PA-3

Yea

Lizzie Fletcher

Democrat

TX-7

Yea

Bill Foster

Democrat

IL-11

Yea

Lois Frankel

Democrat

FL-22

Yea

Tulsi Gabbard

Democrat

HI-2

Yea

Ruben Gallego

Democrat

AZ-3

Yea

John Garamendi

Democrat

CA-8

Yea

Chuy Garcia

Democrat

IL-4

Yea

Sylvia Garcia

Democrat

TX-29

Yea

Jimmy Gomez

Democrat

CA-34

Yea

Vicente Gonzalez

Democrat

TX-34

Yea

Josh Gottheimer

Democrat

NJ-5

Yea

Al Green

Democrat

TX-9

Yea

Raúl Grijalva

Democrat

AZ-7

Yea

Josh Harder

Democrat

CA-9

Yea

Alcee Hastings

Democrat

FL-20

Yea

Jahana Hayes

Democrat

CT-5

Yea

Brian Higgins

Democrat

NY-26

Yea

Jim Himes

Democrat

CT-4

Yea

Chrissy Houlahan

Democrat

PA-6

Yea

Steny Hoyer

Democrat

MD-5

Yea

Jared Huffman

Democrat

CA-2

Yea

Sheila Jackson Lee

Democrat

TX-18

Yea

Pramila Jayapal

Democrat

WA-7

Yea

Hakeem Jeffries

Democrat

NY-8

Yea

Hank Johnson

Democrat

GA-4

Yea

Eddie Johnson

Democrat

TX-30

Yea

Marcy Kaptur

Democrat

OH-9

Yea

Bill Keating

Democrat

MA-9

Yea

Robin Kelly

Democrat

IL-2

Yea

Joe Kennedy

Democrat

MA-4

Yea

Ro Khanna

Democrat

CA-17

Yea

Dan Kildee

Democrat

MI-8

Yea

Derek Kilmer

Democrat

WA-6

Yea

Andy Kim

Democrat

NJ-3

Yea

Ron Kind

Democrat

WI-3

Yea

Ann Kirkpatrick

Democrat

AZ-2

Yea

Raja Krishnamoorthi

Democrat

IL-8

Yea

Annie Kuster

Democrat

NH-2

Yea

Jim Langevin

Democrat

RI-2

Yea

Rick Larsen

Democrat

WA-2

Yea

John Larson

Democrat

CT-1

Yea

Brenda Lawrence

Democrat

Yea

Al Lawson

Democrat

FL-5

Yea

Susie Lee

Democrat

NV-3

Yea

Barbara Lee

Democrat

CA-12

Yea

Mike Levin

Democrat

CA-49

Yea

Andy Levin

Democrat

MI-9

Yea

Ted Lieu

Democrat

CA-36

Yea

Dave Loebsack

Democrat

IA-2

Yea

Zoe Lofgren

Democrat

CA-18

Yea

Alan Lowenthal

Democrat

CA-47

Yea

Nita Lowey

Democrat

NY-17

Yea

Ben Luján

Democrat

NM

Yea

Stephen Lynch

Democrat

MA-8

Yea

Tom Malinowski

Democrat

NJ-7

Yea

Carolyn Maloney

Democrat

NY-12

Yea

Sean Maloney

Democrat

Yea

Doris Matsui

Democrat

CA-7

Yea

Lucy McBath

Democrat

GA-7

Yea

Betty McCollum

Democrat

MN-4

Yea

Donald McEachin

Democrat

VA-4

Yea

Jim McGovern

Democrat

MA-2

Yea

Jerry McNerney

Democrat

CA-9

Yea

Gregory Meeks

Democrat

NY-5

Yea

Grace Meng

Democrat

NY-6

Yea

Kweisi Mfume

Democrat

MD-7

Yea

Gwen Moore

Democrat

WI-4

Yea

Joe Morelle

Democrat

NY-25

Yea

Seth Moulton

Democrat

MA-6

Yea

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell

Democrat

FL-26

Yea

Stephanie Murphy

Democrat

Yea

Jerry Nadler

Democrat

NY-12

Yea

Grace Napolitano

Democrat

CA-31

Yea

Richard Neal

Democrat

MA-1

Yea

Joe Neguse

Democrat

CO-2

Yea

Donald Norcross

Democrat

NJ-1

Yea

Tom O’Halleran

Democrat

AZ-1

Yea

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Democrat

NY-14

Yea

Ilhan Omar

Democrat

MN-5

Yea

Frank Pallone

Democrat

NJ-6

Yea

Jimmy Panetta

Democrat

CA-19

Yea

Chris Pappas

Democrat

NH-1

Yea

Bill Pascrell

Democrat

NJ-9

Yea

Donald Payne

Democrat

NJ-10

Yea

Nancy Pelosi

Democrat

CA-11

Yea

Ed Perlmutter

Democrat

CO-7

Yea

Scott Peters

Democrat

CA-50

Yea

Chellie Pingree

Democrat

ME-1

Yea

Mark Pocan

Democrat

WI-2

Yea

Katie Porter

Democrat

CA-47

Yea

Ayanna Pressley

Democrat

MA-7

Yea

David Price

Democrat

NC-4

Yea

Mike Quigley

Democrat

IL-5

Yea

Jamie Raskin

Democrat

MD-8

Yea

Kathleen Rice

Democrat

NY-4

Yea

Cedric Richmond

Democrat

LA-2

Yea

Harley Rouda

Democrat

CA-48

Yea

Lucille Roybal-Allard

Democrat

Yea

Raul Ruiz

Democrat

CA-25

Yea

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Democrat

MD-2

Yea

Bobby Rush

Democrat

IL-1

Yea

Tim Ryan

Democrat

OH-13

Yea

Linda Sánchez

Democrat

CA-38

Yea

John Sarbanes

Democrat

MD-3

Yea

Mary Scanlon

Democrat

PA-5

Yea

Jan Schakowsky

Democrat

IL-9

Yea

Adam Schiff

Democrat

CA-30

Yea

Brad Schneider

Democrat

IL-10

Yea

Kim Schrier

Democrat

WA-8

Yea

David Scott

Democrat

GA-13

Yea

Bobby Scott

Democrat

VA-3

Yea

Jose Serrano

Democrat

NY-15

Yea

Terri Sewell

Democrat

AL-7

Yea

Donna Shalala

Democrat

FL-27

Yea

Brad Sherman

Democrat

CA-32

Yea

Mikie Sherrill

Democrat

NJ-11

Yea

Albio Sires

Democrat

NJ-8

Yea

Elissa Slotkin

Democrat

MI-7

Yea

Adam Smith

Democrat

WA-9

Yea

Darren Soto

Democrat

FL-9

Yea

Jackie Speier

Democrat

CA-14

Yea

Greg Stanton

Democrat

AZ-4

Yea

Haley Stevens

Democrat

MI-11

Yea

Tom Suozzi

Democrat

Yea

Eric Swalwell

Democrat

CA-14

Yea

Mark Takano

Democrat

CA-39

Yea

Bennie Thompson

Democrat

MS-2

Yea

Mike Thompson

Democrat

CA-4

Yea

Dina Titus

Democrat

NV-1

Yea

Rashida Tlaib

Democrat

MI-12

Yea

Paul Tonko

Democrat

NY-20

Yea

Norma Torres

Democrat

CA-35

Yea

Lori Trahan

Democrat

MA-3

Yea

David Trone

Democrat

MD-6

Yea

Lauren Underwood

Democrat

IL-14

Yea

Juan Vargas

Democrat

CA-52

Yea

Marc Veasey

Democrat

TX-33

Yea

Filemon Vela

Democrat

TX-34

Yea

Nydia Velázquez

Democrat

NY-7

Yea

Pete Visclosky

Democrat

IN-1

Yea

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Democrat

FL-25

Yea

Maxine Waters

Democrat

CA-43

Yea

Bonnie Watson Coleman

Democrat

NJ-12

Yea

Peter Welch

Democrat

VT

Yea

Jennifer Wexton

Democrat

VA-10

Yea

Susan Wild

Democrat

PA-7

Yea

Frederica Wilson

Democrat

FL-24

Yea

John Yarmuth

Democrat

KY-3

Yea

Ralph Abraham

Republican

LA-5

Nay

Robert Aderholt

Republican

AL-4

Nay

Rick Allen

Republican

GA-12

Nay

Justin Amash

Libertarian

MI-3

Nay

Mark Amodei

Republican

NV-2

Nay

Kelly Armstrong

Republican

ND-1

Nay

Jodey Arrington

Republican

TX-19

Nay

Cindy Axne

Democrat

IA-3

Nay

Brian Babin

Republican

TX-36

Nay

Don Bacon

Republican

NE-2

Nay

Jim Baird

Republican

IN-4

Nay

Troy Balderson

Republican

OH-12

Nay

Jim Banks

Republican

IN-3

Nay

Andy Barr

Republican

KY-6

Nay

Jack Bergman

Republican

MI-1

Nay

Andy Biggs

Republican

AZ-5

Nay

Gus Bilirakis

Republican

FL-12

Nay

Dan Bishop

Republican

NC-8

Nay

Rob Bishop

Republican

UT-1

Nay

Mike Bost

Republican

IL-12

Nay

Kevin Brady

Republican

TX-8

Nay

Anthony Brindisi

Democrat

NY-22

Nay

Susan Brooks

Republican

IN-5

Nay

Mo Brooks

Republican

AL-5

Nay

Vern Buchanan

Republican

FL-16

Nay

Ken Buck

Republican

CO-4

Nay

Larry Bucshon

Republican

IN-8

Nay

Ted Budd

Republican

NC

Nay

Tim Burchett

Republican

TN-2

Nay

Mike Burgess

Republican

TX-26

Nay

Bradley Byrne

Republican

AL-1

Nay

Ken Calvert

Republican

CA-41

Nay

John Carter

Republican

TX-31

Nay

Buddy Carter

Republican

GA-1

Nay

Matt Cartwright

Democrat

PA-8

Nay

Steve Chabot

Republican

OH-1

Nay

Liz Cheney

Republican

WY-1

Nay

Ben Cline

Republican

VA-6

Nay

Michael Cloud

Republican

TX-27

Nay

Tom Cole

Republican

OK-4

Nay

Douglas Collins

Republican

GA-9

Nay

James Comer

Republican

KY-1

Nay

Michael Conaway

Republican

TX-11

Nay

Paul Cook

Republican

CA-8

Nay

Rick Crawford

Republican

AR-1

Nay

Dan Crenshaw

Republican

TX-2

Nay

Joe Cunningham

Democrat

SC-1

Nay

John Curtis

Republican

UT-3

Nay

Sharice Davids

Democrat

KS-3

Nay

Warren Davidson

Republican

OH-8

Nay

Rodney Davis

Republican

IL-13

Nay

Scott DesJarlais

Republican

TN-4

Nay

Mario Diaz-Balart

Republican

FL-26

Nay

Jeff Duncan

Republican

SC-3

Nay

Tom Emmer

Republican

MN-6

Nay

Ron Estes

Republican

KS-4

Nay

Drew Ferguson

Republican

GA-3

Nay

Brian Fitzpatrick

Republican

PA-1

Nay

Chuck Fleischmann

Republican

TN-3

Nay

Bill Flores

Republican

TX-17

Nay

Jeff Fortenberry

Republican

NE-1

Nay

Virginia Foxx

Republican

NC-5

Nay

Russ Fulcher

Republican

ID-1

Nay

Matt Gaetz

Republican

FL-1

Nay

Mike Gallagher

Republican

WI-8

Nay

Mike Garcia

Republican

CA-27

Nay

Bob Gibbs

Republican

OH-7

Nay

Louie Gohmert

Republican

TX-1

Nay

Jared Golden

Democrat

ME-2

Nay

Anthony Gonzalez

Republican

OH-16

Nay

Lance Gooden

Republican

TX-5

Nay

Paul Gosar

Republican

AZ-9

Nay

Kay Granger

Republican

TX-12

Nay

Sam Graves

Republican

MO-6

Nay

Garret Graves

Republican

LA-6

Nay

Mark Green

Republican

TN-7

Nay

Morgan Griffith

Republican

VA-9

Nay

Glenn Grothman

Republican

WI-6

Nay

Michael Guest

Republican

MS-3

Nay

Brett Guthrie

Republican

KY-2

Nay

Jim Hagedorn

Republican

MN-1

Nay

Andy Harris

Republican

MD-1

Nay

Vicky Hartzler

Republican

MO-4

Nay

Kevin Hern

Republican

OK-1

Nay

Jaime Herrera Beutler

Republican

WA-3

Nay

Jody Hice

Republican

GA-10

Nay

Clay Higgins

Republican

LA-3

Nay

French Hill

Republican

AR-2

Nay

Trey Hollingsworth

Republican

IN-9

Nay

Kendra Horn

Democrat

OK-5

Nay

Steven Horsford

Democrat

NV-4

Nay

Richard Hudson

Republican

NC-9

Nay

Bill Huizenga

Republican

MI-4

Nay

Will Hurd

Republican

TX-23

Nay

Chris Jacobs

Republican

NY-27

Nay

Dusty Johnson

Republican

SD-1

Nay

Bill Johnson

Republican

OH-6

Nay

Mike Johnson

Republican

LA-4

Nay

Jim Jordan

Republican

OH-4

Nay

John Joyce

Republican

PA-13

Nay

Dave Joyce

Republican

OH-14

Nay

John Katko

Republican

NY-24

Nay

Fred Keller

Republican

PA-12

Nay

Trent Kelly

Republican

MS-1

Nay

Mike Kelly

Republican

PA-16

Nay

Pete King

Republican

NY-2

Nay

Steve King

Republican

IA-4

Nay

Adam Kinzinger

Republican

IL-16

Nay

David Kustoff

Republican

TN-8

Nay

Darin LaHood

Republican

IL-16

Nay

Doug LaMalfa

Republican

CA-1

Nay

Conor Lamb

Democrat

PA-17

Nay

Doug Lamborn

Republican

CO-5

Nay

Bob Latta

Republican

OH-5

Nay

Debbie Lesko

Republican

AZ-8

Nay

Dan Lipinski

Democrat

IL-3

Nay

Billy Long

Republican

MO-7

Nay

Frank Lucas

Republican

OK-3

Nay

Blaine Luetkemeyer

Republican

MO-3

Nay

Elaine Luria

Democrat

VA-2

Nay

Roger Marshall

Republican

KS

Nay

Thomas Massie

Republican

KY-4

Nay

Brian Mast

Republican

FL-21

Nay

Benjamin McAdams

Democrat

UT-4

Nay

Kevin McCarthy

Republican

CA-20

Nay

Michael McCaul

Republican

TX-10

Nay

Tom McClintock

Republican

CA-5

Nay

David McKinley

Republican

WV-1

Nay

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Republican

WA-5

Nay

Dan Meuser

Republican

PA-9

Nay

Carol Miller

Republican

WV-1

Nay

John Moolenaar

Republican

MI-2

Nay

Alex Mooney

Republican

WV-2

Nay

Greg Murphy

Republican

NC-3

Nay

Dan Newhouse

Republican

WA-4

Nay

Ralph Norman

Republican

SC-5

Nay

Devin Nunes

Republican

CA-22

Nay

Pete Olson

Republican

TX-22

Nay

Steven Palazzo

Republican

MS-4

Nay

Gary Palmer

Republican

AL-6

Nay

Greg Pence

Republican

IN-6

Nay

Scott Perry

Republican

PA-10

Nay

Collin Peterson

Democrat

MN-7

Nay

Dean Phillips

Democrat

MN-3

Nay

Bill Posey

Republican

FL-8

Nay

Tom Reed

Republican

NY-23

Nay

Guy Reschenthaler

Republican

PA-14

Nay

Tom Rice

Republican

SC-7

Nay

Denver Riggleman

Republican

VA-5

Nay

Martha Roby

Republican

AL-2

Nay

Phil Roe

Republican

TN-1

Nay

Hal Rogers

Republican

KY-5

Nay

Francis Rooney

Republican

FL-19

Nay

Max Rose

Democrat

NY-11

Nay

John Rose

Republican

TN-6

Nay

David Rouzer

Republican

NC-7

Nay

Chip Roy

Republican

TX-21

Nay

John Rutherford

Republican

FL-5

Nay

Steve Scalise

Republican

LA-1

Nay

Kurt Schrader

Democrat

OR-5

Nay

David Schweikert

Republican

AZ-1

Nay

Austin Scott

Republican

GA-8

Nay

Jim Sensenbrenner

Republican

WI-5

Nay

John Shimkus

Republican

IL-15

Nay

Mike Simpson

Republican

ID-2

Nay

Adrian Smith

Republican

NE-3

Nay

Jason Smith

Republican

MO-8

Nay

Chris Smith

Republican

NJ-4

Nay

Lloyd Smucker

Republican

PA-11

Nay

Abigail Spanberger

Democrat

VA-7

Nay

Ross Spano

Republican

FL-15

Nay

Pete Stauber

Republican

MN-8

Nay

Elise Stefanik

Republican

NY-21

Nay

Bryan Steil

Republican

WI-1

Nay

Greg Steube

Republican

FL-17

Nay

Chris Stewart

Republican

UT-2

Nay

Steve Stivers

Republican

OH-15

Nay

Van Taylor

Republican

TX-3

Nay

GT Thompson

Republican

PA-15

Nay

William Thornberry

Republican

TX-13

Nay

Tom Tiffany

Republican

WI-7

Nay

William Timmons

Republican

SC-4

Nay

Scott Tipton

Republican

CO-3

Nay

Mike Turner

Republican

OH-10

Nay

Fred Upton

Republican

MI-6

Nay

Jeff Van Drew

Republican

NJ-2

Nay

Ann Wagner

Republican

MO-2

Nay

Tim Walberg

Republican

MI-5

Nay

Greg Walden

Republican

OR-2

Nay

Mark Walker

Republican

NC-6

Nay

Jackie Walorski

Republican

IN-2

Nay

Mike Waltz

Republican

FL-6

Nay

Steve Watkins

Republican

KS-2

Nay

Randy Weber

Republican

TX-14

Nay

Daniel Webster

Republican

FL-11

Nay

Brad Wenstrup

Republican

OH-2

Nay

Bruce Westerman

Republican

AR-4

Nay

Roger Williams

Republican

TX-25

Nay

Joe Wilson

Republican

SC-2

Nay

Rob Wittman

Republican

VA-1

Nay

Steve Womack

Republican

AR-3

Nay

Rob Woodall

Republican

GA-7

Nay

Ted Yoho

Republican

FL-3

Nay

Don Young

Republican

AK-1

Nay

Lee Zeldin

Republican

Nay

Neal Dunn

Republican

FL-2

Missed

Tom Graves

Republican

GA-14

Missed

George Holding

Republican

NC-2

Missed

Barry Loudermilk

Republican

GA-11

Missed

Kenny Marchant

Republican

TX

Missed

Patrick McHenry

Republican

NC-10

Missed

Paul Mitchell

Republican

MI-10

Missed

Markwayne Mullin

Republican

OK

Missed

Mike Rogers

Republican

AL-3

Missed

Ron Wright

Republican

TX-6

Missed