Wednesday, March 10, 2010

List of Democrats Voting No on Healthcare

Update March 22: See final vote tally of democrats who voted no here.

See the yes voters and the undecideds at The Hill. Note that this list is being updated here.
Firm No, Leaning No, Likely No (24)
John Adler (N.J.) Waiting to see bill. Sounded like a no on Fox News, saying House and Senate bills fail to address cost containment
Michael Arcuri (N.Y.) (Y) Some reports have him as firm no, but Rules Committee member hasn't closed the door yet
John Barrow (Ga.) * Voted no last year in committee and on floor. Likely no
Dan Boren (Okla.) * Won't be changing his mind -- firm no
Bobby Bright (Ala.) * Voted against House health bill, stimulus and climate change. Firm no
Travis Childers (Miss.) * In tossup reelection race
Artur Davis (Ala.) * Running for governor, but will make sure to return to D.C. to vote no
Lincoln Davis (Tenn.) * Voted no first time, and most expect him to vote no again
Chet Edwards (Texas) Perennial GOP target. Likely no again
Larry Kissell (N.C.) GOP target, but reelection chances on the rise. Firm no
Frank Kratovil (Md.) Voted for climate change; says he will vote no
Dennis Kucinich (Ohio) Progressive was on the fence before House vote last fall -- not this time. He's a firm no
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (S.D.) Congresswoman told the Rapid City Journal she's a no, noting that she is not a fan of reconciliation
Tim Holden (Pa.) * Voted against healthcare and climate change in 2009
Jim Marshall (Ga.) * Perennial GOP target, but favored to win reelection. Told The Hill he's a no
Jim Matheson (Utah) * President Obama this year tapped brother for post, but Matheson still a likely no
Mike McIntyre (N.C.) * Seven-term lawmaker rejected House health bill and climate change. Spokesman tells The Hill McIntyre is a no. Expected to win reelection easily even though Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) won district.
Charles Melancon (La.) * Senate hopeful voted no in November and no in committee. Likely no
Walt Minnick (Idaho) One of the House's most conservative members. Firm no
Collin Peterson (Minn.) * Ag chairman not shy in bucking leadership. Firm no
Mike Ross (Ark.) * Voted for bill in committee, but not since. Firm no
Ike Skelton (Mo.) * GOP targeting his seat. Armed Services Committee chairman is a firm no
Gene Taylor (Miss.) * Has been a firm no all Congress
Harry Teague (N.M.) * Told The Hill that he will review bill to see if final bill brings costs down. If "we are in the same place -- a no."