March 22nd, 2010
07:45 AM ET
13 years ago

Health care vitals: Dems who voted no

Washington (CNN) - Thirty-four House Democrats voted against the Senate health care reform bill Sunday night. In November, a total of 39 House Democrats broke ranks with their party to vote against the House health care bill.

Democrats who voted no on Senate health plan
John Adler	NJ-3
Jason Altmire	PA-4
Michael Arcuri	NY-24
John Barrow	GA-12
Marion Berry	AR-1
Dan Boren    	OK-2
Rick Boucher	VA-9
Bobby Bright	AL-2
Ben Chandler	KY-6
Travis Childers	MS-1
Artur Davis	AL-7
Lincoln Davis	TN-4
Chet Edwards	TX-17
S. Herseth Sandlin	SD-AL
Tim Holden	PA-17
Larry Kissell	NC-8
Frank Kratovil 	MD-1
Daniel Lipinski	IL-3
Stephen Lynch	MA-9
Jim Marshall	GA-8
Jim Matheson	UT-2
Mike McIntyre	NC-7
Michael McMahon	NY-13
Charlie Melancon	LA-3
Walt Minnick	ID-1
Glenn Nye 	VA-2
Collin Peterson	MN-7
Mike Ross 	AR-4
Heath Shuler	NC-11
Ike Skelton	MO-4
Zachary Space	OH-18
John Tanner	TN-8
Gene Taylor	MS-4
Harry Teague	NM-2
soundoff (88 Responses)
  1. d84000

    This is a USA tragedy in the highest form. The President is nuts and so are his ardent followers. This puts America on a socialist path. President Obama is nothing more than an orator and I am tried of everytime I turn on the TV or pickup a newspaper he is there with more damage being done the this wonderful country. America is in trouble. America is not the country that I grew up in.

    March 22, 2010 10:08 am at 10:08 am |
  2. this black liberal hates Obama

    All of you people who approve this Health Care bill are no different than Bart "Adolf Hittler" Stupack!

    March 22, 2010 10:09 am at 10:09 am |
  3. kygirl

    The president has worked immediately to get the economy back on track, passed the jobs bill, developed a strategy to effectively end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and and passed healthcare reform (which include republican ideas) within 1yr and 2months of his presidency! He's done more for our country in one year than Bush in 8yrs!

    Even if healthcare savings are not as much as predicted (though the estimate was provided by the reliable CBO), how do we control the ridiculously rising costs? If we have done nothing, we would have seen healthcare continue to sky rocket and the economy would be effected (since over 1/3 of the bankrupt is health-related). We had to do something. We just can't say "No." I would have been OK with the republican opposition if they offered something more than a plan that only save <7million people and "start over." Besides, their plan costs money too. People are dying every day, we don't have time to start over! My health care premiums went up 25% from last year. Thank you Obama and every legislator that voted "YES!"

    March 22, 2010 10:15 am at 10:15 am |
  4. lisa

    I'm looking at Herseth Sandlin – from South Dakota. What does AL mean?


    March 22, 2010 10:19 am at 10:19 am |
  5. Mary

    They only voted no to save their butts at election time. Vote them out. The majority of people did not want this bill. Our current congress is acting like a bunch of community organizers and doing the bidding of the minority. They are all seduced by Obama's rhetoric. He too is forgetting he is President of all Americans, and is no longer a community organizer representing minorities.

    March 22, 2010 10:20 am at 10:20 am |
  6. JC

    At least Representative Lynch listened. Sen Brown won his senate seat in Massachusetts with Health Care at the top of his platform. The people of Massachusetts (one of the bluest states) didn't want this monstrosity and at least Lynch listened to what the people he represent wanted.

    March 22, 2010 10:33 am at 10:33 am |
  7. haren

    To Yakini,
    Thanx for exposing Hippocrates Republicans.

    March 22, 2010 10:33 am at 10:33 am |
  8. Patrick

    These are the only good Dems left

    March 22, 2010 10:34 am at 10:34 am |
  9. haren

    New Jersey congressman Adler should be history in november election.
    If you don't have guts to explain what is right and wrong to your voters than shame on you.

    March 22, 2010 10:38 am at 10:38 am |
  10. edith

    john barrow =GEORGIA REDNECK

    March 22, 2010 10:46 am at 10:46 am |
  11. 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 10:53 am at 10:53 am |
  12. davis

    Happy for health care!!! Way to go Obama and shame on those who voted against this!!!

    March 22, 2010 10:55 am at 10:55 am |
  13. Ken

    It seems consistent that support of Obama's re-make the nation pledge is partisian, and resisitnce to Obama's destroy the nation policies is bi-partisian. It is good to see that there are still a few on the left who understand how our Constitution and values make us the envey of the world, and that the deliberate destruction of freedom in the US through feel-good socialist policy will eventually end poorly.

    March 22, 2010 10:56 am at 10:56 am |
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