Update II: Procedural vote and vote on rule pass.
Update: They’ve moved the vote once again and the House is voting on the
rule procedural vote right now on CSPAN. If the rule procedural vote passes they will go straight to the vote on the bill vote on the rule.
|Confirmed Yes||Confirmed No|
|Jim Cooper (D)Chakah Fattah (D)
Barney Frank (D)
Peter Roskam (R)
Kurt Schrader (D)
Debbie Wasserman- Schultz (D)
Allen West (R)
|Michelle Bachman (R)
Emanuel Cleaver (D)
Keith Elison (D)
Elliot Engle (D)
Raul Grijalva (D)
Jesse Jackson Jr. (D)
Steve King (R)
Barbara Lee (D)
Connie Mack (R)
Jerrold Nadler (D)
Maxine Waters (D)
Lynn Woolsey (D)
Steny Hoyer says Republicans would need to deliver at least 150 votes, meaning Democrats must cough up 66.
Eliot Engel (D-NY) – “This is not what I came to Congress for,” said Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., who will vote against the debt ceiling deal. “I do not feel confident that this is going to protect Medicare, Medicaid, and down the line Social Security, I think we’re playing with fire here. “ Engel, a liberal lawmaker, said he expected a minority of his Caucus to support it. “I think most House Democrats will not support the deal.”
Steve King (R-IA) told MSNBC he would vote no. A member of the Tea Party caucus.
Jim Cooper (D-TN) tells Massacio that “He is a yes on the debt ceiling. He understands that there will be cuts to Social Security and Medicare and that is fine with him.”
Peter Roskam (R-IL) Jeff (intern) says “the Congressman has not told his staff his decision, but supported the Boehner plan; so they are assuming he will support this bill and vote yes for it as well.” We’re putting him in the “yes” column.
Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) – Will vote no.
Joe Walsh (R-IL) – Will vote no.
Chakah Fatah (D-PA) Will vote yes.
John Lewis says constituent mail is running 8-1 against.
Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) – Will vote no.
Steve Cohen (D-TN) is “torn between conscience vs. supporting the Prez.”
Kathy Hochul (D-NY) – After beating her opponent like a drum over supporting Medicare cuts, Hochul will vote for the Catfood Commission tasked with — cutting Medicare
Rob Andrews (D-NJ) – Just said in the caucus meeting he would vote for the bill.
Mike Doyle, Michael Capuano, Gary Ackerman, Larsen, DeLauro, Rangel all trashed the bill in the caucus meeting.
Previous whip counts: