March 22nd, 2010
07:49 AM ET
5 years ago

Health care vitals: Vote switchers, Part I

Washington (CNN) - While most representatives voted the same way on the Senate plan on Sunday night as they did on the House plan last November, some did not. A total of 14 members, 13 Democrats and 1 Republican, cast different votes for the two bills.

Members who changed their vote since the House bill

Switched from Yes to No
				House	Senate
				Plan	Plan
				11/7/09	3/21/10
Michael Arcuri	D	NY-24	Y	N
Marion Berry	D	AR-1	Y	N
Daniel Lipinski	D	IL-3	Y	N
Stephen Lynch	D	MA-9	Y	N
Zachary Space	D	OH-18	Y	N
Anh "Joseph" Cao	R	LA-2	Y	N

 

Switched from No to Yes
				House	Senate
				Plan	Plan
				11/7/09	3/21/10
Brian Baird	D	WA-3	N	Y
John Boccieri	D	OH-16	N	Y
Allen Boyd	D	FL-2	N	Y
Bart Gordon	D	TN-6	N	Y
Suzanne Kosmas	D	FL-24	N	Y
Dennis Kucinich	D	OH-10	N	Y
Betsy Markey	D	CO-4	N	Y
Scott Murphy	D	NY-20	N	Y

Filed under: Health care • Health care vote count
soundoff (27 Responses)
  1. Sometimes when you win, you lose

    The president claimed this was a victory for the American people.
    Funny, I don't see anyone celebrating.

    March 22, 2010 10:52 am at 10:52 am |
  2. Sniffit

    So Republicans switched their votes from Yes to No? I wonder what they were offered and bribed with. Would you like to tell us GOPers?

    March 22, 2010 10:55 am at 10:55 am |
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