Key Vote Alert: “NO” ON SENATE VOTE TO CONSIDER & DEBATE ANY MOTION TO SUBPOENA WITNESSES OR DOCUMENTS

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Club for Growth opposes the Senate vote on whether it shall be in order to consider and debate under the impeachment rules any motion to subpoena witnesses or documents and urges Senators to vote no. The vote is expected to be considered soon in the Senate.  The result of the vote will be included in the Club for Growth Foundation’s 2020 Congressional Scorecard.

Elections have consequences. Sadly, President Trump’s opponents have never been willing to accept the results of the 2016 election and have engaged in an endless quest to destroy President Trump. Members of Congress have spent countless hours considering the facts, and misinformation, related to the impeachment of President Trump. The House received thousands of pages of deposition by interviewing 17 so-called witnesses, 12 of which testified in a public setting before the American people. Following the House of Representatives vote to pass two Articles of Impeachment against President Trump, the Senate has listened to the House managers and the President’s defense team present their case.

It is time for the Senate to reject consideration of new witnesses or documents and vote on whether acquit and exonerate the President. Therefore, Senators should vote no on whether it shall be in order to consider and debate under the impeachment rules any motion to subpoena witnesses or documents.

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Vote Results

Club Position

No

Required for Majority

1/2

Vote Results

Motion Rejected

Vote Number

27

Vote Date

January 31, 2020

Vote Counts

YEAs:

0

NAYs:

0

Not Voting:

95

Name

State

Party

Vote Position

Lamar Alexander

TN

R

N

Tammy Baldwin

WI

D

Y

John Barrasso

WY

R

N

Michael Bennet

CO

D

Y

Marsha Blackburn

TN

R

N

Richard Blumenthal

CT

D

Y

Roy Blunt

MO

R

N

Cory Booker

NJ

D

Y

John Boozman

AR

R

N

Mike Braun

IN

R

N

Sherrod Brown

OH

D

Y

Richard Burr

NC

R

N

Maria Cantwell

WA

D

Y

Shelley Capito

WV

R

N

Benjamin Cardin

MD

D

Y

Thomas Carper

DE

D

Y

Bob Casey

PA

D

Y

Bill Cassidy

LA

R

N

Susan Collins

ME

R

Y

Christopher Coons

DE

D

Y

John Cornyn

TX

R

N

Catherine Cortez Masto

NV

D

Y

Tom Cotton

AR

R

N

Kevin Cramer

ND

R

N

Mike Crapo

ID

R

N

Ted Cruz

TX

R

N

Steve Daines

MT

R

N

Tammy Duckworth

IL

D

Y

Richard Durbin

IL

D

Y

Michael Enzi

WY

R

N

Joni Ernst

IA

R

N

Dianne Feinstein

CA

D

Y

Deb Fischer

NE

R

N

Cory Gardner

CO

R

N

Kirsten Gillibrand

NY

D

Y

Lindsey Graham

SC

R

N

Chuck Grassley

IA

R

N

Kamala Harris

CA

D

Y

Maggie Hassan

NH

D

Y

Josh Hawley

MO

R

N

Martin Heinrich

NM

D

Y

Mazie Hirono

HI

D

Y

John Hoeven

ND

R

N

Cindy Hyde-Smith

MS

R

N

James Inhofe

OK

R

N

Ron Johnson

WI

R

N

Doug Jones

AL

D

Y

Tim Kaine

VA

D

Y

John Kennedy

LA

R

N

Angus King

ME

I

Y

Amy Klobuchar

MN

D

Y

James Lankford

OK

R

N

Patrick Leahy

VT

D

Y

Mike Lee

UT

R

N

Kelly Loeffler

GA

R

N

Joe Manchin

WV

D

Y

Edward Markey

MA

D

Y

Mitch McConnell

KY

R

N

Robert Menendez

NJ

D

Y

Jeff Merkley

OR

D

Y

Jerry Moran

KS

R

N

Lisa Murkowski

AK

R

N

Christopher Murphy

CT

D

Y

Patty Murray

WA

D

Y

Rand Paul

KY

R

N

David Perdue

GA

R

N

Gary Peters

MI

D

Y

Rob Portman

OH

R

N

Jack Reed

RI

D

Y

Jim Risch

ID

R

N

Pat Roberts

KS

R

N

Mitt Romney

UT

R

Y

Mike Rounds

SD

R

N

Marco Rubio

FL

R

N

Bernie Sanders

VT

I

Y

Ben Sasse

NE

R

N

Brian Schatz

HI

D

Y

Chuck Schumer

NY

D

Y

Rick Scott

FL

R

N

Tim Scott

SC

R

N

Jeanne Shaheen

NH

D

Y

Richard Shelby

AL

R

N

Tina Smith

MN

D

Y

Debbie Stabenow

MI

D

Y

Dan Sullivan

AK

R

N

Jon Tester

MT

D

Y

John Thune

SD

R

N

Thom Tillis

NC

R

N

Pat Toomey

PA

R

N

Tom Udall

NM

D

Y

Mark Warner

VA

D

Y

Elizabeth Warren

MA

D

Y

Sheldon Whitehouse

RI

D

Y

Roger Wicker

MS

R

N

Ron Wyden

OR

D

Y

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