Senate roll call: Vote on bipartisan budget bill

(AP) - The 67-33 roll call Tuesday by which the Senate advanced a bipartisan budget bill that seeks to ease some but not all the cuts to the federal budget. The vote removes the final hurdle to Senate passage. The Democratic-led chamber is expected to approve the bill on Wednesday.

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

Voting yes were 53 Democrats, 12 Republicans and 2 independents.

Voting no were 0 Democrats and 33 Republicans.

ALABAMA

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

ALASKA

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

ARIZONA

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

ARKANSAS

Boozman (R), No; Pryor (D), Yes.

CALIFORNIA

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

COLORADO

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

CONNECTICUT

Blumenthal (D), Yes; Murphy (D), Yes.

DELAWARE

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

FLORIDA

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

GEORGIA

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

HAWAII

Hirono (D), Yes; Schatz (D), Yes.

IDAHO

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

ILLINOIS

Durbin (D), Yes; Kirk (R), No.

INDIANA

Coats (R), No; Donnelly (D), Yes.

IOWA

Grassley (R), No; Harkin (D), Yes.

KANSAS

Moran (R), No; Roberts (R), No.

KENTUCKY

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

LOUISIANA

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

MAINE

Collins (R), Yes; King (I), Yes.

MARYLAND

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

MASSACHUSETTS

Markey (D), Yes; Warren (D), Yes.

MICHIGAN

Levin (D), Yes; Stabenow (D), Yes.

MINNESOTA

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

MISSISSIPPI

Cochran (R), No; Wicker (R), No.

MISSOURI

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

MONTANA

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

NEBRASKA

Fischer (R), No; Johanns (R), No.

NEVADA

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

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Ayotte (R), No; Shaheen (D), Yes.

NEW JERSEY

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

NEW MEXICO

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

NEW YORK

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

NORTH CAROLINA

Burr (R), No; Hagan (D), Yes.

NORTH DAKOTA

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

OHIO

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

OKLAHOMA

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

OREGON

Merkley (D), Yes; Wyden (D), Yes.

PENNSYLVANIA

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

RHODE ISLAND

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

SOUTH CAROLINA

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

SOUTH DAKOTA

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

TENNESSEE

Alexander (R), Yes; Corker (R), No.

TEXAS

Cornyn (R), No; Cruz (R), No.

UTAH

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

VERMONT

Leahy (D), Yes; Sanders (I), Yes.

VIRGINIA

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

WASHINGTON

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

WEST VIRGINIA

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

WISCONSIN

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

WYOMING

Barrasso (R), No; Enzi (R), No.


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