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6/2/2020 2:34:59 PM
Posted: 1/4/2003 9:42:22 AM EDT
This is a pretty good list of how the rep's voted on the AWB.

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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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