Kavanaugh Vote Count

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The Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants to rush the confirmation vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. However, Chuck Grassley, the GOP leader of the Senate Judiciary committee, is delaying the vote one week until September 20.

Meanwhile, intense lobbying efforts by senators, citizens and special interests are working to change undecided votes.

Breaking news today has added a new twist to the debate over Kavanaugh. Here’s the scoop from Buzzfeed News,

Senate Democrats on the Judiciary Committee have referred a letter concerning Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the FBI.

The contents of the letter have been closely guarded by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, as well as California Rep. Anna Eshoo, who originally received the letter and shared it with Feinstein, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Senator Feinstein has confirmed the news. No other involved parties are giving details.


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DEMOCRATS/INDEPENDENTS

Six Dem senators are undecided, and a No vote from any one of them will almost certainly mean Kavanaugh is confirmed as an Associate Supreme Court Justice.

Public decisions on votes are highlighted. Links provided when possible.

  1. Doug Jones (AL): Undecided
  2. Diane Feinstein (CA): NO
  3. Kamala Harris (CA): NO
  4. Michael Bennet (CO): NO
  5. Richard Blumenthal (CT): NO
  6. Chris Murphy (CT): NO
  7. Tom Carper (DE): NO
  8. Chris Coons (DE): NO
  9. Bill Nelson (FL): Undecided [Updated 9-13]
  10. Mazie Hirono (HI): NO
  11. Brian Schatz (HI): NO
  12. Tammy Duckworth (IL): NO
  13. Dick Durbin (IL): NO
  14. Joe Donnelly (IN): Undecided
  15. Elizabeth Warren (MA): NO
  16. Ben Cardin (MD): NO
  17. Chris Van Hollen (MD)
  18. Angus King (I-ME): NO
  19. Amy Klubuchar (MN): NO
  20. Tina Smith (MN): NO
  21. Claire McCaskill (MO): Undecided
  22. Jon Tester (MT):
  23. Tom Udall (NC): NO
  24. Heidi Heitkamp (ND): Undecided
  25. Maggie Hassan (NH): NO
  26. Jeanne Shaheen (NH): NO
  27. Cory Booker (NJ): NO
  28. Bob Menendez (NJ)
  29. Martin Heinrich (NM)
  30. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV)
  31. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY): NO
  32. Chuck Schumer (NY): NO
  33. Sherrod Brown (OH)
  34. Jeff Merkley (OR)
  35. Ron Wyden (OR): NO
  36. Jack Reed (RI)
  37. Sheldon Whitehouse (RI): NO
  38. Tim Kaine (VA)
  39. Mark Warner (VA): NO
  40. Pat Leahy (Vt): NO
  41. Bernie Sanders (I-VT): NO
  42. Tammy Baldwin (WI): NO
  43. Joe Manchin (WV): Undecided
  44. Maria Cantwell (WA): NO
  45. Patty Murray (WA): NO

REPUBLICANS

Presumably, Republican senators are closing ranks in voting Yes on confirming Kavanaugh. Even folks like Bob Corker and Jeff Flake have fallen in line. The only exceptions are Lisa Murkowski, representing Alaska and Susan Collins, the pro-choice senator from Maine.

  1. Lisa Murkowski (AK): Undecided
  2. Dan Sullivan (AK)
  3. Richard Shelby (AL)
  4. John Boozman (AR)
  5. Tom Cotton (AR)
  6. Jeff Flake (AZ)
  7. Cory Gardner (CO)
  8. Marco Rubio (FL)
  9. Johnny Isakson (GA)
  10. David Perdue (GA)
  11. Chuck Grassley (IA)
  12. Joni Ernst (IA)
  13. Mike Crapo (ID):
  14. Jim Risch (ID):
  15. Todd Young (IN)
  16. Jerry Moran (KS)
  17. Pat Roberts (KS)
  18. Mitch McConnell (KY)
  19. Rand Paul (KY)
  20. Bill Cassidy (LA)
  21. John Kennedy (LA)
  22. Susan Collins (ME): Undecided
  23. Thad Cochran (MS)
  24. Roger Wicker (MS)
  25. Roy Blunt (MO)
  26. Steve Daines (MT)
  27. Richard Burr (NC)
  28. Thom Tillis (NC)
  29. John Hoeven (ND)
  30. Deb Fischer (NE)
  31. Ben Sasse (NE)
  32. Dean Heller (NV)
  33. Rob Portman (OH)
  34. Jim Inhofe (OK)
  35. James Lankford (OK)
  36. Pat Toomey (PA)
  37. Lindsey Graham (SC)
  38. Tim Scott (SC)
  39. Mike Rounds (SD)
  40. John Thune (SD)
  41. Lamar Alexander (TN)
  42. Bob Corker (TN)
  43. John Cornyn (TX)
  44. Ted Cruz (TX)
  45. Orrin Hatch (UT)
  46. Mike Lee (UT)
  47. Shelley Moore Capito (WV)
  48. Ron Johnson (WI)
  49. John Barrasso (WY)
  50. Mike Enzi (WY)

 

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