H.R.55151/2 to pass

Fail✅ Popular Outcome

To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2019 for military activities of the Department of Defense and for military construction, to prescribe military personnel strengths for such fiscal year, and for other purposes.

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Lamar AlexanderRNoTennessee3,385,005
Tammy BaldwinDNoWisconsin2,906,784
John BarrassoRNoWyoming288,869
Michael BennetDNoColorado2,847,782
Richard BlumenthalDNoConnecticut1,786,333
Roy BluntRYesMissouri3,063,226
Cory BookerDNoNew Jersey4,454,260
John BoozmanRYesArkansas1,506,913
Sherrod BrownDNoOhio5,844,721
Richard M. BurrRYesNorth Carolina5,191,810
Maria CantwellDNoWashington3,767,796
Shelley Moore CapitoRYesWest Virginia902,916
Benjamin L. CardinDNoMaryland3,021,359
Thomas R. CarperDNoDelaware483,586
Bob CaseyDNoPennsylvania6,403,530
Bill CassidyRNoLouisiana2,329,989
Susan CollinsRNoMaine669,202
Christopher A. CoonsDNoDelaware483,586
Bob CorkerRYesTennessee3,385,005
John CornynRYesTexas14,350,923
Catherine Cortez MastoDYesNevada1,517,196
Tom CottonRYesArkansas1,506,913
Michael D. CrapoRNoIdaho877,104
Ted CruzRNoTexas14,350,923
Steve DainesRNoMontana531,153
Joe DonnellyDYesIndiana3,345,939
Tammy DuckworthDNot VotingIllinois6,370,540
Richard J. DurbinDNoIllinois6,370,540
Michael B. EnziRNoWyoming288,869
Joni ErnstRNoIowa1,578,073
Dianne FeinsteinDNoCalifornia19,778,523
Deb FischerRNoNebraska964,634
Jeff FlakeRNoArizona3,585,823
Cory GardnerRNoColorado2,847,782
Kirsten E. GillibrandDNoNew York9,771,105
Lindsey GrahamRYesSouth Carolina2,542,064
Charles E. GrassleyRYesIowa1,578,073
Kamala HarrisDNoCalifornia19,778,523
Margaret HassanDNoNew Hampshire678,229
Orrin G. HatchRNoUtah1,580,553
Martin HeinrichDNoNew Mexico1,047,714
Heidi HeitkampDNoNorth Dakota380,039
Dean HellerRNoNevada1,517,196
Mazie K. HironoDNoHawaii710,246
John HoevenRNoNorth Dakota380,039
Cindy Hyde-SmithRYesMississippi1,493,265
James M. InhofeRYesOklahoma1,971,540
Johnny IsaksonRYesGeorgia5,259,738
Ron JohnsonRYesWisconsin2,906,784
Doug JonesDNoAlabama2,443,936
Tim KaineDNoVirginia4,258,843
John KennedyRNoLouisiana2,329,989
Angus KingINoMaine669,202
Amy KlobucharDNoMinnesota2,805,590
James LankfordRNoOklahoma1,971,540
Patrick J. LeahyDNoVermont313,150
Mike LeeRNoUtah1,580,553
Joe Manchin IIIDYesWest Virginia902,916
Edward J. MarkeyDNoMassachusetts3,451,075
John McCainRNot VotingArizona3,585,823
Claire McCaskillDNoMissouri3,063,226
Mitch McConnellRYesKentucky2,234,201
Robert MenendezDNoNew Jersey4,454,260
Jeff MerkleyDNoOregon2,095,357
Jerry MoranRNoKansas1,455,753
Lisa MurkowskiRNoAlaska368,719
Christopher S. MurphyDNoConnecticut1,786,333
Patty MurrayDNoWashington3,767,796
Bill NelsonDNoFlorida10,649,663
Rand PaulRNoKentucky2,234,201
David PerdueRYesGeorgia5,259,738
Gary PetersDNoMichigan4,997,958
Rob PortmanRYesOhio5,844,721
Jack ReedDNoRhode Island528,658
Jim RischRNoIdaho877,104
Pat RobertsRYesKansas1,455,753
Mike RoundsRYesSouth Dakota441,118
Marco RubioRYesFlorida10,649,663
Bernard SandersINoVermont313,150
Ben SasseRYesNebraska964,634
Brian SchatzDNoHawaii710,246
Charles E. SchumerDNoNew York9,771,105
Tim ScottRNoSouth Carolina2,542,064
Jeanne ShaheenDNoNew Hampshire678,229
Richard C. ShelbyRYesAlabama2,443,936
Tina SmithDNoMinnesota2,805,590
Debbie StabenowDNoMichigan4,997,958
Dan SullivanRYesAlaska368,719
Jon TesterDNoMontana531,153
John ThuneRYesSouth Dakota441,118
Thom TillisRYesNorth Carolina5,191,810
Patrick J. ToomeyRYesPennsylvania6,403,530
Tom UdallDNoNew Mexico1,047,714
Chris Van HollenDNoMaryland3,021,359
Mark WarnerDNoVirginia4,258,843
Elizabeth WarrenDNoMassachusetts3,451,075
Sheldon WhitehouseDNoRhode Island528,658
Roger WickerRYesMississippi1,493,265
Ron WydenDNoOregon2,095,357
Todd YoungRYesIndiana3,345,939