Senate Roll Call: Vote to cut $38B in spending

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Posted: Apr 14, 2011 9:14 PM
Senate Roll Call: Vote to cut $38B in spending

The 81-19 roll call Thursday by which the Senate voted to cut a record $38 billion from federal spending.

A "yes" vote is a vote to pass the bill.

Voting yes were 48 Democrats, 32 Republicans and 1 independent.

Voting no were 3 Democrats, 15 Republicans and 1 independent.

ALABAMA(equals)

Sessions (R), Yes; Shelby (R), No.

ALASKA(equals)

Begich (D), Yes; Murkowski (R), Yes.

ARIZONA(equals)

Kyl (R), Yes; McCain (R), Yes.

ARKANSAS(equals)

Boozman (R), Yes; Pryor (D), Yes.

CALIFORNIA(equals)

Boxer (D), Yes; Feinstein (D), Yes.

COLORADO(equals)

Bennet (D), Yes; Udall (D), Yes.

CONNECTICUT(equals)

Blumenthal (D), Yes; Lieberman (I), Yes.

DELAWARE(equals)

Carper (D), Yes; Coons (D), Yes.

FLORIDA(equals)

Nelson (D), Yes; Rubio (R), No.

GEORGIA(equals)

Chambliss (R), Yes; Isakson (R), Yes.

HAWAII(equals)

Akaka (D), Yes; Inouye (D), Yes.

IDAHO(equals)

Crapo (R), No; Risch (R), No.

ILLINOIS(equals)

Durbin (D), Yes; Kirk (R), Yes.

INDIANA(equals)

Coats (R), Yes; Lugar (R), Yes.

IOWA(equals)

Grassley (R), Yes; Harkin (D), Yes.

KANSAS(equals)

Moran (R), Yes; Roberts (R), Yes.

KENTUCKY(equals)

McConnell (R), Yes; Paul (R), No.

LOUISIANA(equals)

Landrieu (D), Yes; Vitter (R), No.

MAINE(equals)

Collins (R), Yes; Snowe (R), Yes.

MARYLAND(equals)

Cardin (D), Yes; Mikulski (D), Yes.

MASSACHUSETTS(equals)

Brown (R), Yes; Kerry (D), Yes.

MICHIGAN(equals)

Levin (D), No; Stabenow (D), Yes.

MINNESOTA(equals)

Franken (D), Yes; Klobuchar (D), Yes.

MISSISSIPPI(equals)

Cochran (R), Yes; Wicker (R), Yes.

MISSOURI(equals)

Blunt (R), Yes; McCaskill (D), Yes.

MONTANA(equals)

Baucus (D), Yes; Tester (D), Yes.

NEBRASKA(equals)

Johanns (R), Yes; Nelson (D), Yes.

NEVADA(equals)

Ensign (R), No; Reid (D), Yes.

NEW HAMPSHIRE(equals)

Ayotte (R), Yes; Shaheen (D), Yes.

NEW JERSEY(equals)

Lautenberg (D), Yes; Menendez (D), Yes.

NEW MEXICO(equals)

Bingaman (D), Yes; Udall (D), Yes.

NEW YORK(equals)

Gillibrand (D), Yes; Schumer (D), Yes.

NORTH CAROLINA(equals)

Burr (R), Yes; Hagan (D), Yes.

NORTH DAKOTA(equals)

Conrad (D), Yes; Hoeven (R), Yes.

OHIO(equals)

Brown (D), Yes; Portman (R), Yes.

OKLAHOMA(equals)

Coburn (R), No; Inhofe (R), No.

OREGON(equals)

Merkley (D), Yes; Wyden (D), No.

PENNSYLVANIA(equals)

Casey (D), Yes; Toomey (R), No.

RHODE ISLAND(equals)

Reed (D), Yes; Whitehouse (D), Yes.

SOUTH CAROLINA(equals)

DeMint (R), No; Graham (R), No.

SOUTH DAKOTA(equals)

Johnson (D), Yes; Thune (R), Yes.

TENNESSEE(equals)

Alexander (R), Yes; Corker (R), Yes.

TEXAS(equals)

Cornyn (R), Yes; Hutchison (R), Yes.

UTAH(equals)

Hatch (R), No; Lee (R), No.

VERMONT(equals)

Leahy (D), No; Sanders (I), No.

VIRGINIA(equals)

Warner (D), Yes; Webb (D), Yes.

WASHINGTON(equals)

Cantwell (D), Yes; Murray (D), Yes.

WEST VIRGINIA(equals)

Manchin (D), Yes; Rockefeller (D), Yes.

WISCONSIN(equals)

Johnson (R), No; Kohl (D), Yes.

WYOMING(equals)

Barrasso (R), Yes; Enzi (R), Yes.