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Here is a partial list of the 85 House [[Republicans]] who switched side to vote with [[Democrats]] in increase taxes without meaningful spending cuts, which passed by 257-167 on New Year's Day, 2013.  151 House Republicans voted against the [[Obama]]-supported fiscal irresponsibility bill, but these Republicans were among the 85 who voted for it:
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Here is a partial list of the 85 House [[Republicans]] who switched side to vote with [[Democrats]] in increase taxes without meaningful spending cuts, which passed by 257-167 on New Year's Day, 2013.  151 House Republicans voted against the [[Obama]]-supported fiscal irresponsibility bill, but these Republicans were the 85 who voted for it:
  
*[[John Boehner]] (OH)
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*Rodney Alexander (LA)
*[[Paul Ryan]] (WI)
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*Lou Barletta (PA)
*Bilbray (CA - defeated for reelection)
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*Charles Bass (NH)
*[[Fred Upton]] (MI)
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*Dan Benishek (MI)
*[[Leonard Lance]] (NJ)
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*Judy Biggert (IL)
*Bono Mack (CA - defeated for reelection)
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*Brian Bilbray (CA)
*[[Chris Smith]] (NJ)
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*John Boehner (OH)
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*Mary Bono Mack (CA)
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*Kevin Brady (TX)
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*Vern Buchanan (FL)
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*Ken Calvert (CA)
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*Dave Camp (MI)
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*Howard Coble (NC)
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*Tom Cole (OK)
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*Ander Crenshaw (FL)
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*Jeff Denham (CA)
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*Charlie Dent (PA)
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*Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
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*Robert Dold (IL)
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*David Dreier (CA)
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*Jo Ann Emerson (MO)
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*Mike Fitzpatrick (PA)
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*Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
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*Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ)
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*Elton Gallegly (CA)
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*Jim Gerlach (PA)
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*Chris Gibson (NY)
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*Michael Grimm (NY)
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*Richard Hanna (NY)
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*Doc Hastings (WA)
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*Nan Hayworth (NY)
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*Joe Heck (NV)
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*Wally Herger (CA)
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*Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA)
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*Bill Johnson (OH)
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*Tim Johnson (IL)
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*Mike Kelly (PA)
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*Peter King (NY)
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*Adam Kinzinger (IL)
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*John Kline (MN)
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*Leonard Lance (NJ)
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*Steve LaTourette (OH)
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*Bob Latta (OH)
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*Frank LoBiondo (NJ)
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*Frank Lucas (OK)
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*Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO)
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*Daniel E. Lungren (CA)
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*Don Manzullo (IL)
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*Tom Marino (PA)
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*Howard McKeon (CA)
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*Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA)
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*Pat Meehan (PA)
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*Candice Miller (MI)
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*Gary Miller (CA)
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*Timothy Murphy (PA)
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*Kristi Noem (SD)
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*Joseph Pitts (PA)
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*Todd Platts (PA)
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*Tom Reed (NY)
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*Dave Reichert (WA)
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*Reid Ribble (WI)
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*Hal Rogers (KY)
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*Mike Rogers (MI)
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*Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL)
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*Ed Royce (CA)
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*Jon Runyan (NJ)
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*Paul Ryan (WI)
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*Aaron Schock (IL)
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*Pete Sessions (TX)
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*John Shimkus (IL)
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*Bill Shuster (PA)
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*Mike Simpson (ID)
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*Chris Smith (NJ)
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*Lamar Smith (TX)
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*Steve Stivers (OH)
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*John Sullivan (OK)
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*Glenn Thompson (PA)
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*Mac Thornberry (TX)
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*Pat Tiberi (OH)
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*Bob Turner (NY)
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*Fred Upton (MI)
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*Greg Walden (OR)
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*Steve Womack (AR)
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*Bill Young (FL)
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*Don Young (AK)
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Source: [http://www.boston.com/news/nation/2013/01/02/house-roll-call-deal-avoid-fiscal-cliff/6LyVWwwyYa7icsACLYhIBK/story.html]
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 00:55, 3 January 2013

Here is a partial list of the 85 House Republicans who switched side to vote with Democrats in increase taxes without meaningful spending cuts, which passed by 257-167 on New Year's Day, 2013. 151 House Republicans voted against the Obama-supported fiscal irresponsibility bill, but these Republicans were the 85 who voted for it:

  • Rodney Alexander (LA)
  • Lou Barletta (PA)
  • Charles Bass (NH)
  • Dan Benishek (MI)
  • Judy Biggert (IL)
  • Brian Bilbray (CA)
  • John Boehner (OH)
  • Mary Bono Mack (CA)
  • Kevin Brady (TX)
  • Vern Buchanan (FL)
  • Ken Calvert (CA)
  • Dave Camp (MI)
  • Howard Coble (NC)
  • Tom Cole (OK)
  • Ander Crenshaw (FL)
  • Jeff Denham (CA)
  • Charlie Dent (PA)
  • Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)
  • Robert Dold (IL)
  • David Dreier (CA)
  • Jo Ann Emerson (MO)
  • Mike Fitzpatrick (PA)
  • Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
  • Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ)
  • Elton Gallegly (CA)
  • Jim Gerlach (PA)
  • Chris Gibson (NY)
  • Michael Grimm (NY)
  • Richard Hanna (NY)
  • Doc Hastings (WA)
  • Nan Hayworth (NY)
  • Joe Heck (NV)
  • Wally Herger (CA)
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA)
  • Bill Johnson (OH)
  • Tim Johnson (IL)
  • Mike Kelly (PA)
  • Peter King (NY)
  • Adam Kinzinger (IL)
  • John Kline (MN)
  • Leonard Lance (NJ)
  • Steve LaTourette (OH)
  • Bob Latta (OH)
  • Frank LoBiondo (NJ)
  • Frank Lucas (OK)
  • Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO)
  • Daniel E. Lungren (CA)
  • Don Manzullo (IL)
  • Tom Marino (PA)
  • Howard McKeon (CA)
  • Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA)
  • Pat Meehan (PA)
  • Candice Miller (MI)
  • Gary Miller (CA)
  • Timothy Murphy (PA)
  • Kristi Noem (SD)
  • Joseph Pitts (PA)
  • Todd Platts (PA)
  • Tom Reed (NY)
  • Dave Reichert (WA)
  • Reid Ribble (WI)
  • Hal Rogers (KY)
  • Mike Rogers (MI)
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL)
  • Ed Royce (CA)
  • Jon Runyan (NJ)
  • Paul Ryan (WI)
  • Aaron Schock (IL)
  • Pete Sessions (TX)
  • John Shimkus (IL)
  • Bill Shuster (PA)
  • Mike Simpson (ID)
  • Chris Smith (NJ)
  • Lamar Smith (TX)
  • Steve Stivers (OH)
  • John Sullivan (OK)
  • Glenn Thompson (PA)
  • Mac Thornberry (TX)
  • Pat Tiberi (OH)
  • Bob Turner (NY)
  • Fred Upton (MI)
  • Greg Walden (OR)
  • Steve Womack (AR)
  • Bill Young (FL)
  • Don Young (AK)

Source: [1]

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