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Posted: 1/4/2003 8:42:22 AM EST
This is a pretty good list of how the rep's voted on the AWB. [url]www.awbansunset.com/forums/viewthread.php?tid=110[/url]
Detailed Analysis Of House Voting on AWB United States House of Representatives Shown below is an analysis of the US House. Analyzing the House is a much more interesting analysis than the Senate, as the 103rd House had a separate vote on the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban, as well as a separate vote on the REPEAL of the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban in the 104th House. In addition, it provides information as to who will be in the 108th House. Of the 216 Representatives in the 103rd House that voted FOR the 1994 Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban on 05/05/94, 92 are still there: 75 are Democrats: Pastor, Arizona Becerra, California Berman, California Dooley, California Eshoo, California Farr, California Filner, California Lantos, California Matsui, California Miller, California Pelosi, California Roybal-Allard, California Waxman, California Woolsey, California DeLauro, Connecticut Brown, Florida Deutsch, Florida Hastings, Florida Dixon, Georgia Lewis, Georgia Abercrombie, Hawaii Mink, Hawaii Lipinski, Illinois Rush, Illinois Evans, Illinois Gutierrez, Illinois Visclosky, Indiana Jefferson, Louisiana Cardin, Maryland Hoyer, Maryland Wynn, Maryland Frank, Massachusetts Markey, Massachusetts Meehan, Massachusetts Neal, Massachusetts Olver, Massachusetts Conyers, Michigan Kildee, Michigan Levin, Michigan Sabo, Minnesota Thompson, Mississippi Gephardt, Missouri Menendez, New Jersey Pallone, New Jersey Payne, New Jersey Ackerman, New York Engel, New York Lowey, New York Maloney, New York McNulty, New York Nadler, New York Owens, New York Rangel, New York Serrano, New York Slaughter, New York Towns, New York Velazquez, New York Watt, North Carolina Pomeroy, North Dakota Brown, Ohio Kaptur, Ohio Clyburn, South Carolina Spratt, South Carolina Edwards, Texas Gonzalez, Texas Johnson, EB, Texas Moran, Virginia Scott, Virginia Dicks, Washington McDermott, Washington Kleczka, Wisconsin Stark, California Waters, California Andrews, New Jersey Inslee, Washington 16 are Republicans: Shays, Connecticut Ros-Lehtinen, Florida Young, Florida Hyde, Illinois Leach, Iowa Gilchrest, Maryland Bereuter, Nebraska Saxton, New Jersey Smith, New Jersey Boehlert, New York Houghton, New York King, New York Quinn, New York Pryce, Ohio Greenwood, Pennsylvania Shaw, Florida 01 are Independents: Sanders, Vermont Of the 214 Representatives in the 103rd House that voted AGAINST the 1994 Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban on 05/05/94, 94 are still there: 25 are Democrats: DeFazio, Oregon Cramer, Alabama Deal, Georgia Costello, Illinois Tauzin, Louisiana Dingell, Michigan Stupak, Michigan Oberstar, Minnesota Peterson, Minnesota Taylor, Mississippi Skelton, Missouri Hinchey, New York Holden, Pennsylvania Murtha, Pennsylvania Gordon, Tennessee Tanner, Tennessee Frost, Texas Green, Texas Hall, Texas Ortiz, Texas Stenholm, Texas Mollohan, West Virginia Rahall, West Virginia Obey, Wisconsin Strickland, Ohio 69 are Republicans: Ramstad, Minnesota Calvert, California Cox, California Cunningham, California Dreier, California Lewis, California McKeon, California Everett, Alabama Bachus, Alabama Young, Alaska Kolbe, Arizona Doolittle, California Gallegly, California Herger, California Hunter, California Pombo, California Rohrabacher, California Royce, California Hefley, Colorado McInnis, Colorado Bilirakis, Florida Diaz-Balart, Florida Goss, Florida Mica, Florida Stearns, Florida Collins, Georgia Kingston, Georgia Linder, Georgia Crane, Illinois Hastert, Illinois Manzullo, Illinois Burton, Indiana Buyer, Indiana Nussle, Iowa Baker, Louisiana McCrery, Louisiana Bartlett, Maryland Camp, Michigan Hoekstra, Michigan Knollenberg, Michigan Upton, Michigan Emerson, Missouri McHugh, New York Walsh, New York Ballenger, North Carolina Coble, North Carolina Taylor, North Carolina Boehner, Ohio Gillmor, Ohio Hobson, Ohio Oxley, Ohio Portman, Ohio Regula, Ohio Istook, Oklahoma Kanjorski, Pennsylvania Weldon, Pennsylvania Duncan, Tennessee Barton, Texas Bonilla, Texas Combest, Texas DeLay, Texas Johnson, Texas Smith, Texas Goodlatte, Virginia Wolf, Virginia Dunn, Washington Petri, Wisconsin Sensenbrenner, Wisconsin Thomas, California One Representative, Rogers, a Republican from Kentucky, did not record a vote. Of the 430 Representatives that voted on the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban on 05/05/94, 99 were voted OUT of office in the next election. Of these, 61 Representatives (62%) voted FOR the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban, and 38 Representatives (39%) voted AGAINST the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban. Of the 239 Representatives in the 104th House that voted FOR the 1996 Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban REPEAL on 03/22/96, 125 are still there: 23 are Democrats: Cramer, Alabama Deal, Georgia Costello, Illinois Tauzin, Louisiana Dingell, Michigan Stupak, Michigan Oberstar, Minnesota Peterson, Minnesota Taylor, Mississippi Skelton, Missouri Hinchey, New York Holden, Pennsylvania Murtha, Pennsylvania Gordon, Tennessee Tanner, Tennessee Frost, Texas Green, Texas Hall, Texas Ortiz, Texas Stenholm, Texas Mollohan, West Virginia Rahall, West Virginia Obey, Wisconsin 102 Are Republicans: Everett, Alabama Bachus, Alabama Young, Alaska Kolbe, Arizona Doolittle, California Gallegly, California Herger, California Hunter, California Pombo, California Rohrabacher, California Royce, California Hefley, Colorado McInnis, Colorado Bilirakis, Florida Diaz-Balart, Florida Goss, Florida Mica, Florida Stearns, Florida Collins, Georgia Kingston, Georgia Linder, Georgia Crane, Illinois Hastert, Illinois Manzullo, Illinois Burton, Indiana Buyer, Indiana Nussle, Iowa Baker, Louisiana McCrery, Louisiana Bartlett, Maryland Camp, Michigan Hoekstra, Michigan Knollenberg, Michigan Upton, Michigan Emerson, Missouri McHugh, New York Walsh, New York Ballenger, North Carolina Coble, North Carolina Taylor, North Carolina Boehner, Ohio Gillmor, Ohio Hobson, Ohio Oxley, Ohio Portman, Ohio Regula, Ohio Istook, Oklahoma Kanjorski, Pennsylvania Weldon, Pennsylvania Duncan, Tennessee Barton, Texas Bonilla, Texas Combest, Texas DeLay, Texas Johnson, Texas Smith, Texas Goodlatte, Virginia Wolf, Virginia Dunn, Washington Petri, Wisconsin Sensenbrenner, Wisconsin Rogers, Kentucky Hayworth, Arizona Shadegg, Arizona Norwood, Georgia LaHood, Illinois Weller, Illinois Hostettler, Indiana Souder, Indiana Latham, Iowa Tiahrt, Kansas Lewis, Kentucky Whitfield, Kentucky Ehlers, Michigan Smith, Michigan Gutknecht, Minnesota Wicker, Mississippi Bass, New Hampshire LoBiondo, New Jersey Kelly, New York Burr, North Carolina Jones, North Carolina Myrick, North Carolina Chabot, Ohio LaTourette, Ohio Ney, Ohio Lucas, Oklahoma English, Pennsylvania Wamp, Tennessee Thornberry, Texas Forbes, Virginia Hastings, Washington Nethercutt, Washington Smith, Washington Cubin, Wyoming
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Of the 173 Representatives in the 104th House that voted AGAINST the 1996 Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban REPEAL on 03/22/96, 102 Are still there: 81 are Democrats: DeFazio, Oregon Pastor, Arizona Becerra, California Berman, California Dooley, California Eshoo, California Farr, California Filner, California Lantos, California Matsui, California Miller, California Pelosi, California Roybal-Allard, California Waxman, California Woolsey, California DeLauro, Connecticut Brown, Florida Deutsch, Florida Hastings, Florida Dixon, Georgia Lewis, Georgia Abercrombie, Hawaii Mink, Hawaii Lipinski, Illinois Rush, Illinois Evans, Illinois Gutierrez, Illinois Visclosky, Indiana Jefferson, Louisiana Cardin, Maryland Hoyer, Maryland Wynn, Maryland Frank, Massachusetts Markey, Massachusetts Meehan, Massachusetts Neal, Massachusetts Olver, Massachusetts Conyers, Michigan Kildee, Michigan Levin, Michigan Sabo, Minnesota Thompson, Mississippi Gephardt, Missouri Menendez, New Jersey Pallone, New Jersey Payne, New Jersey Ackerman, New York Engel, New York Lowey, New York Maloney, New York McNulty, New York Nadler, New York Owens, New York Rangel, New York Serrano, New York Slaughter, New York Towns, New York Velazquez, New York Watt, North Carolina Pomeroy, North Dakota Brown, Ohio Kaptur, Ohio Clyburn, South Carolina Spratt, South Carolina Edwards, Texas Gonzalez, Texas Johnson, EB, Texas Moran, Virginia Scott, Virginia Dicks, Washington McDermott, Washington Kleczka, Wisconsin Lofgren, California Jackson, Illinois McCarthy, Missouri Doyle, Pennsylvania Fattah, Pennsylvania Kennedy, Rhode Island Ford, Tennessee Doggett, Texas Jackson-Lee, Texas 20 are Republicans: Ramstad, Minnesota Shays, Connecticut Ros-Lehtinen, Florida Young, Florida Hyde, Illinois Leach, Iowa Gilchrest, Maryland Bereuter, Nebraska Saxton, New Jersey Smith, New Jersey Boehlert, New York Houghton, New York King, New York Quinn, New York Pryce, Ohio Greenwood, Pennsylvania Johnson, Connecticut Castle, Delaware Frelinghuysen, New Jersey Davis, Virginia 01 are Independents: Sanders, Vermont For this 1996 vote, of those Representatives that previously voted FOR the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban in 1994, all continued to vote FOR the Assault Weapon Magazine Ban, except 1 who voted FOR REPEAL, and 10 who abstained from voting at all. 01 Switched From FOR the Assault Weapon Magazine Ban To REPEAL the Assault Weapon Magazine Ban: Bishop 10 Abstained From Voting On The Repeal After Previously Voting FOR the Assault Weapon Magazine Ban: Clay, Unknown Collins, Illinois Gibbons, Unknown Johnston, Unknown Moakley, Unknown Schroeder, Unknown Shaw, Florida Stark, California Stokes, Unknown Waters, California For this 1996 vote, of those Representatives that previously voted AGAINST the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban in 1994, all continued to vote AGAINST the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban, except 8 who abstained from voting at all. Abstained: Calvert, California Cox, California Cunningham, California Dreier, California Lewis, California McKeon, California Moorhead, Unknown Myers, Unknown Of the 99 new Representatives that had not previously voted on the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban, 73 (74%) voted FOR REPEAL, while 24 (24%) voted FOR Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban. For Repeal of The Assault Weapon Magazine Ban: Baldacci, Unknown Barr, Unknown Bass, New Hampshire Bono, Unknown Brownback, Unknown Bryant, Tennessee Bunn, Unknown Burr, North Carolina Chabot, Ohio Chambliss, Unknown Chenoweth, Unknown Christensen, Unknown Chrysler, Unknown Coburn, Unknown Cooley, Unknown Cremeans, Unknown Cubin, Wyoming DeLaGarza, Unknown Ehlers, Michigan Ehrlich, Unknown English, Pennsylvania Ensign, Unknown Flanagan, Unknown Forbes, Virginia Frisa, Unknown Funderburk, Unknown Graham, Unknown Gutknech, Minnesota Hastings, Washington Hayworth, Arizona Heineman, Unknown Hilleary, Unknown Hostettler, Indiana Jones, North Carolina Kelly, New York LaHood, Illinois Largent, Unknown Latham, Iowa LaTourette, Ohio Lewis, Kentucky LoBiondo, New Jersey Longley, Unknown Lucas, Oklahoma Mascara, Unknown McIntosh, Unknown Metcalf, Unknown Myrick, North Carolina Nethercutt, Washington Neumann, Unknown Ney, Ohio Norwood, Georgia Riggs, Unknown Salmon, Unknown Sanford, Unknown Scarborough, Florida Seastrand, Unknown Shadegg, Arizona Smith, Michigan Smith, Washington Souder, Indiana Stockman, Unknown Tate, Unknown Thomas, Unknown Thornberry, Texas Tiahrt, Kansas Waldholtz, Unknown Wamp, Tennessee Watts, Oklahoma Weldon, Florida Weller, Illinois White, Unknown Whitfield, Kentucky Wicker, Mississippi Against Repeal of The Assault Weapon Magazine Ban: Bentsen, Unknown Campbell, Unknown Castle, Delaware Davis, Virginia Doggett, Texas Doyle, Pennsylvania Fattah, Pennsylvania Ford, Tennessee Fox, Unknown Frelinghuysen, New Jersey Ganske, Unknown Gejdenson, Unknown Jackson, Illinois Jackson-Lee, Texas Johnson, Connecticut Kennedy, Rhode Island Kennedy, Massachusetts Lincoln, Unknown Lofgren, California Luther, Unknown Martini, Unknown McCarthy, Missouri Rivers, Unknown Ward, Unknown Final Summary In the 108th Congress, the House of Representatives has 125 members that are on record for the REPEAL of the Assault Weapon/Magazine Ban. 23 are Democrats, and 102 are Republicans. It has 102 members that are on record AGAINST REPEAL. 81 are Democrats, and 20 are Republicans, and 2 Independent. Of the remaining 208 members, 101 are Democrats, and 107 are Republicans.
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