Sunday, November 8

Which Democrats voted against the Health Care Bill? Here is the list!

By now you already know that the Health Care bill passed the house and is on it's way to the Senate.

The final vote was tight resulting in a 220 to 215 final.

All but one Republican voted against the bill.

The one Republican that voted in favor of passing the bill?

Joeseph Cao, the Representative from Louisiana.

But what Democrats voted against the President's Health Care package.

39 Democrats voted against the bill.

Let's take a look at the list of those who voted against the package.

The full list of 39 Democrats that voted against the Health Care bill in the house is below. All 39 have links to there pages for your use.

Send them your thoughts on yesterday's vote outcome.

Let them know your thoughts on the way they voted. Hell thank them for being more concerned that we need health care insurance for the whole country - especially since so many of us have no jobs!

Personally I would rather have them spending time finding ways to get the economy back on track and the rest of us back to work so we might be able to afford health insurance!
but that's me.

What do you think?

Scott Murphy (N.Y.)

Bobby Bright (Ala.)

Frank Kratovil Jr. (Md.)

Walt Minnick (Idaho)

Eric Massa (N.Y)

Parker Griffith (Ala.)

John Adler (N.J.)

Glenn Nye (Va.)

Chet Edwards (Tex.)

Travis Childers (Miss.)

John Boccieri (Ohio)

Larry Kissell (N.C.)

Jason Altmire (Pa.)

Harry Teague (N.M.)

Betsy Markey (Colo.)

Jim Marshall (Ga.)

Suzanne Kosmas (Fla.)

Dennis J. Kucinich (Ohio)

Lincoln Davis (Tenn.)

Allen Boyd (Fla.)

Heath Shuler (N.C.)

Tim Holden (Pa.)

Michael E. McMahon (N.Y.)

Brian Baird (Wash.)

Jim Matheson (Utah)

Ben Chandler (Ky.)

Ike Skelton (Mo.)

John Barrow (Ga.)

Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (S.D.)

Mike McIntyre (N.C.)

Dan Boren (Okla.)

Collin C. Peterson (Minn.)

Bart Gordon (Tenn.)

Gene Taylor (Miss.)

Mike Ross (Ark.)

Rick Boucher (Va.)

Artur Davis (Ala.)

Charlie Melancon (La.)

John Tanner (Tenn.)

There is no surprise that 24 members of the Blue Dog Coalition voted against the bill.

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