Senate Vote Count for Justice Kavanaugh

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Newest member of the U.S. Supreme Court- Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Senate Vote Count for Justice Kavanaugh

The Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court by a vote of 50-48 vote, the closest vote for a Supreme Court Justice.

Below is the list of Senators and how they voted.

Voted to confirm Justice Kavanaugh- Republicans:

  • Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee
  • John Barrasso, R-Wyoming
  • Roy Blunt, R-Missouri
  • John Boozman, R-Arkansas
  • Richard Burr, R-North Carolina
  • Shelley Moore Capito, R-West Virginia
  • Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana
  • Susan Collins, R-Maine

 

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  • Bob Corker, R-Tennessee
  • John Cornyn, R-Texas
  • Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas
  • Mike Crapo, R-Idaho
  • Ted Cruz, R-Texas
  • Mike Enzi, R-Wyoming
  • Joni Ernst, R-Iowa
  • Deb Fischer, R-Nebraska
  • Jeff Flake, R-Arizona

 

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  • Cory Gardner, R-Colorado
  • Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina
  • Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa
  • Orrin Hatch, R-Utah
  • Dean Heller, R-Nevada
  • John Hoeven, R-North Dakota
  • Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Mississippi
  • Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma
  • Johnny Isakson, R-Georgia
  • Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin
  • John Kennedy, R-Louisiana
  • Jon Kyl, R-Arizona
  • James Lankford, R-Oklahoma
  • Mike Lee, R-Utah
  • Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky
  • Jerry Moran, R-Kansas
  • Rand Paul, R-Kentucky
  • David Perdue, R-Georgia
  • Rob Portman, R-Ohio
  • James Risch, R-Idaho
  • Pat Roberts, R-Kansas
  • Mike Rounds, R-South Dakota
  • Marco Rubio, R-Florida
  • Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska
  • Tim Scott, R-South Carolina
  • Richard Shelby, R-Alabama
  • Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska
  • John Thune, R-South Dakota
  • Thom Tillis, R-North Carolina
  • Pat Toomey, R-Pennsylvania
  • Roger Wicker, R-Mississippi
  • Todd Young, R-Indiana

Voted to confirm – Democrats

  • Only one Demoratic Senator Joe Manchin from West Virginia and as you can see below, Donald Trump, Jr. is not a fan.

 

Senators That Voted Against Kavanaugh’s nomination:

  • Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin
  • Michael Bennet, D-Colorado
  • Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut
  • Cory Booker, D-New Jersey
  • Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio
  • Maria Cantwell, D-Washington
  • Ben Cardin, D-Maryland
  • Tom Carper, D-Delaware
  • Bob Casey Jr., D-Pennsylvania
  • Chris Coons, D-Delaware
  • Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada
  • Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana
  • Tammy Duckworth, D-Illinois
  • Dick Durbin, D-Illinois
  • Dianne Feinstein, D-California
  • Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York
  • Kamala Harris, D-California
  • Maggie Hassan, D-New Hampshire
  • Martin Heinrich, D-New Mexico
  • Heidi Heitkamp, D-North Dakota
  • Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii
  • Doug Jones, D-Alabama
  • Tim Kaine, D-Virginia
  • Angus King, I-Maine
  • Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota
  • Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont
  • Ed Markey, D-Massachusetts
  • Claire McCaskill, D-Missouri
  • Bob Menendez, D-New Jersey
  • Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon
  • Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut
  • Patty Murray, D-Washington
  • Bill Nelson, D-Florida
  • Gary Peters, D-Michigan
  • Jack Reed, D-Rhode Island
  • Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii
  • Chuck Schumer, D-New York
  • Jeanne Shaheen, D-New Hampshire
  • Tina Smith, D-Minnesota
  • Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont
  • Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan
  • Jon Tester, D-Montana
  • Tom Udall, D-New Mexico
  • Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland
  • Mark Warner, D-Virginia
  • Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts
  • Sheldon Whitehouse, D-Rhode Island
  • Ron Wyden, D-Oregon

Vote Withdrawn

  • Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska withdrew her vote as it related to Senator Daines who was not present (see below).

Did Not Vote

  • Steve Daines, from Montana did not vote and that was expected, however, his reasons were personal as his daughter was getting married on the same day. However, Senator Daines would have voted in favor of Kavanaugh.

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