House Iraq resolution: Splinters Illinois Dems.

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I just put together the Illinois delegation roll call from the Friday morning vote on the GOP written Iraq resolution. The measure passed on a 256-153 vote and served to dramatize the splits over the war among Democrats, nationally and in Illinois–just what the Republicans wanted.

Yes Democrats

Lipinski, Daniel; Illinois, 3rd

Bean, Melissa L.; Illinois, 8th

Costello, Jerry F.; Illinois, 12th

No Democrats

Rush, Bobby L.; Illinois, 1st

Jackson, Jesse L.; Illinois, 2nd

Emanuel, Rahm; Illinois, 5th

Davis, Danny K.; Illinois, 7th

Schakowsky, Janice D.; Illinois, 9th

Yes Republicans

Hyde, Henry J.; Illinois 6th

Kirk, Mark Steven; Illinois, 10th

Weller, Jerry; Illinois, 11th

Biggert, Judy; Illinois, 13th

Hastert, J. Dennis; Illinois, 14th

Johnson, Timothy V.; Illinois, 15th

Manzullo, Donald A.; Illinois, 16th

LaHood, Ray; Illinois, 18th

Shimkus, John; Illinois, 19th

Not Voting

Democrats

Gutierrez, Luis; Illinois, 4th

Evans, Lane; Illinois, 17th

from <a href="http://

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2006/roll288.xml”>

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2006/roll288.xmlFINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 288

(Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)

H RES 861 YEA-AND-NAY 16-Jun-2006 11:17 AM

QUESTION: On Agreeing to the Resolution

BILL TITLE: Declaring that the United States will prevail in the Global War on Terror, the struggle to protect freedom from the terrorist adversary

Yeas Nays PRES NV

Republican 214 3 2 12

Democratic 42 149 3 7

Independent 1

TOTALS 256 153 5 19

—- YEAS 256 —

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Baker

Barrett (SC)

Barrow

Bartlett (MD)

Barton (TX)

Bass

Bean

Beauprez

Berman

Berry

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Blackburn

Blunt

Boehlert

Boehner

Bonilla

Bonner

Bono

Boozman

Boren

Boswell

Boucher

Boustany

Bradley (NH)

Brady (TX)

Brown (SC)

Brown-Waite, Ginny

Burgess

Buyer

Calvert

Camp (MI)

Campbell (CA)

Cantor

Capito

Cardoza

Case

Castle

Chabot

Chandler

Chocola

Coble

Cole (OK)

Conaway

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Cramer

Crenshaw

Cubin

Cuellar

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Davis (TN)

Davis, Jo Ann

Davis, Tom

Deal (GA)

Dent

Diaz-Balart, L.

Diaz-Balart, M.

Doolittle

Drake

Dreier

Edwards

Ehlers

Emerson

English (PA)

Etheridge

Everett

Feeney

Ferguson

Fitzpatrick (PA)

Flake

Foley

Forbes

Fortenberry

Fossella

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Garrett (NJ)

Gerlach

Gibbons

Gilchrest

Gillmor

Gingrey

Gohmert

Goode

Goodlatte

Gordon

Granger

Graves

Green (WI)

Green, Gene

Gutknecht

Hall

Harris

Hart

Hastert

Hastings (WA)

Hayes

Hayworth

Hefley

Hensarling

Herger

Herseth

Higgins

Hobson

Hoekstra

Holden

Hostettler

Hulshof

Hunter

Hyde

Inglis (SC)

Issa

Istook

Jenkins

Jindal

Johnson (CT)

Johnson (IL)

Keller

Kelly

Kennedy (MN)

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kirk

Kline

Knollenberg

Kolbe

Kuhl (NY)

LaHood

Larsen (WA)

Latham

LaTourette

Lewis (KY)

Linder

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Lucas

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marshall

Matheson

McCarthy

McCaul (TX)

McCrery

McHenry

McHugh

McIntyre

McKeon

McMorris

Melancon

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Moore (KS)

Moran (KS)

Murphy

Musgrave

Myrick

Neugebauer

Ney

Northup

Norwood

Nunes

Osborne

Otter

Oxley

Pearce

Pence

Peterson (MN)

Peterson (PA)

Petri

Pickering

Pitts

Platts

Poe

Pombo

Porter

Price (GA)

Pryce (OH)

Putnam

Radanovich

Ramstad

Regula

Rehberg

Renzi

Reynolds

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Ros-Lehtinen

Ross

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Ryun (KS)

Salazar

Saxton

Schmidt

Schwarz (MI)

Shadegg

Shaw

Shays

Sherwood

Shimkus

Shuster

Simmons

Simpson

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Snyder

Sodrel

Souder

Spratt

Stearns

Sullivan

Sweeney

Tancredo

Taylor (MS)

Taylor (NC)

Terry

Thomas

Thompson (MS)

Thornberry

Tiahrt

Tiberi

Turner

Upton

Walden (OR)

Walsh

Wamp

Weldon (FL)

Weldon (PA)

Weller

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wicker

Wilson (SC)

Wolf

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

—- NAYS 153 —

Abercrombie

Ackerman

Allen

Andrews

Baca

Baird

Baldwin

Becerra

Berkley

Blumenauer

Brady (PA)

Brown (OH)

Brown, Corrine

Butterfield

Capps

Capuano

Cardin

Carnahan

Carson

Clay

Clyburn

Conyers

Crowley

Cummings

Davis (AL)

Davis (CA)

Davis (FL)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

Delahunt

DeLauro

Dicks

Doggett

Doyle

Duncan

Emanuel

Engel

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Ford

Frank (MA)

Gonzalez

Green, Al

Grijalva

Harman

Hastings (FL)

Hinchey

Hinojosa

Holt

Honda

Hooley

Hoyer

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson-Lee (TX)

Jefferson

Johnson, E. B.

Jones (OH)

Kanjorski

Kaptur

Kennedy (RI)

Kildee

Kucinich

Langevin

Lantos

Larson (CT)

Leach

Lee

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Maloney

Markey

Matsui

McCollum (MN)

McDermott

McGovern

McKinney

McNulty

Meehan

Meek (FL)

Meeks (NY)

Michaud

Millender-McDonald

Miller, George

Mollohan

Moore (WI)

Moran (VA)

Murtha

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal (MA)

Oberstar

Obey

Olver

Ortiz

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor

Paul

Payne

Pelosi

Pomeroy

Price (NC)

Rahall

Rangel

Reyes

Rothman

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sabo

Snchez, Linda T.

Sanchez, Loretta

Sanders

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz (PA)

Scott (GA)

Scott (VA)

Serrano

Skelton

Slaughter

Solis

Stark

Strickland

Stupak

Tanner

Tauscher

Thompson (CA)

Tierney

Towns

Udall (CO)

Udall (NM)

Van Hollen

Velzquez

Visclosky

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watson

Watt

Weiner

Wexler

Woolsey

Wu

Wynn

—- ANSWERED PRESENT? 5 —

Boyd

Jones (NC)

McCotter

Miller (NC)

Sherman

—- NOT VOTING 19 —

Bachus

Bishop (NY)

Bishop (UT)

Burton (IN)

Cannon

Carter

Cleaver

Dingell

Evans

Gutierrez

Johnson, Sam

Kilpatrick (MI)

Lewis (CA)

Nussle

Reichert

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Waxman

Wilson (NM)

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