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Vote Tally for Roll Call Vote 489 on Bill SJRES29
Senate vote tally for roll call vote 489 on bill SJRES29
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Dec 8 2021 - 7:51 pm

On the Joint Resolution

SJRES29

A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Department of Labor relating to "COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard".

Result: Joint Resolution Passed

Total votes
Yes: 52 No: 48 Absent: 0
Democrats voted No Republicans voted Yes
Yes: 2 No: 46 Absent: 0
Yes: 50 No: 0 Absent: 0
Independents votes
Yes: 0 No: 2 Absent: 0
Democrats who voted 'No', roll call 489 on bill SJRES29
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Brian Schatz No Democrat - Hawaii
Edward Markey No Democrat - Massachusetts
Robert Menendez No Democrat - New Jersey
Jeff Merkley No Democrat - Oregon
Christopher Murphy No Democrat - Connecticut
Patty Murray No Democrat - Washington
Jon Ossoff No Democrat - Georgia
Alex Padilla No Democrat - California
Gary Peters No Democrat - Michigan
Jack Reed No Democrat - Rhode Island
Jacky Rosen No Democrat - Nevada
Ben LujŠn No Democrat - New Mexico
Charles Schumer No Democrat - New York
Jeanne Shaheen No Democrat - New Hampshire
Kyrsten Sinema No Democrat - Arizona
Tina Smith No Democrat - Minnesota
Debbie Stabenow No Democrat - Michigan
Chris Van Hollen No Democrat - Maryland
Mark Warner No Democrat - Virginia
Raphael Warnock No Democrat - Georgia
Elizabeth Warren No Democrat - Massachusetts
Sheldon Whitehouse No Democrat - Rhode Island
Ron Wyden No Democrat - Oregon
Richard Durbin No Democrat - Illinois
Michael Bennet No Democrat - Colorado
Richard Blumenthal No Democrat - Connecticut
Cory Booker No Democrat - New Jersey
Sherrod Brown No Democrat - Ohio
Maria Cantwell No Democrat - Washington
Benjamin Cardin No Democrat - Maryland
Thomas Carper No Democrat - Delaware
Bob Casey No Democrat - Pennsylvania
Christopher Coons No Democrat - Delaware
Catherine Cortez Masto No Democrat - Nevada
Tammy Duckworth No Democrat - Illinois
Tammy Baldwin No Democrat - Wisconsin
Dianne Feinstein No Democrat - California
Kirsten Gillibrand No Democrat - New York
Margaret Hassan No Democrat - New Hampshire
Martin Heinrich No Democrat - New Mexico
John Hickenlooper No Democrat - Colorado
Mazie Hirono No Democrat - Hawaii
Tim Kaine No Democrat - Virginia
Mark Kelly No Democrat - Arizona
Amy Klobuchar No Democrat - Minnesota
Patrick Leahy No Democrat - Vermont