The 67-31 roll vote Wednesday by which the Senate defeated an effort by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and others to block a bill to extend the government's borrowing authority. The measure required at least 60 votes to advance, a threshold Cruz insisted upon. The bill passed on a party-line vote of 55-43 with the Senate's two independents joining its 53 Democrats.
In this roll vote, a "yes" vote is a vote to advance the debt authority bill. Voting yes were 53 Democrats, 12 Republicans and 2 independents. Voting no were 0 Democrats and 31 Republicans.
Baldwin, Wisconsin; Begich, Alaska; Bennet, Colorado; Blumenthal, Connecticut; Booker, New Jersey; Boxer, California; Brown, Ohio; Cantwell, Washington; Cardin, Maryland; Carper, Delaware; Casey, Pennsylvania; Coons, Delaware; Donnelly, Indiana; Durbin, Illinois; Feinstein, California; Franken, Minnesota; Gillibrand, New York; Hagan, North Carolina; Harkin, Iowa; Heinrich, New Mexico; Heitkamp, North Dakota; Hirono, Hawaii; Johnson, South Dakota; Kaine, Virginia; Klobuchar, Minnesota; Landrieu, Louisiana; Leahy, Vermont; Levin, Michigan; Manchin, W.V.; Markey, Massachusetts; McCaskill, Missouri; Menendez, New Jersey; Merkley, Oregon; Mikulski, Maryland; Murphy, Connecticut; Murray, Washington; Nelson, Florida; Pryor, Arkansas; Reed, Rhode Island; Reid, Nevada; Rockefeller, W.V.; Schatz, Hawaii; Schumer, New York; Shaheen, New Hampshire; Stabenow, Michigan; Tester, Montana; Udall, Colorado; Udall, New Mexico; Walsh, Montana; Warner, Virginia; Warren, Massachusetts; Whitehouse, Rhode Island; Wyden, Oregon
Barrasso, Wyoming; Collins, Maine; Corker, Tennessee; Cornyn, Texas; Flake, Arizona; Hatch, Utah; Johanns, Nebraska; Kirk, Illinois; McCain, Arizona; McConnell, Kentucky; Murkowski, Alaska; Thune, South Dakota
Alexander, Tennessee; Ayotte, New Hampshire; Blunt, Missouri; Boozman, Arkansas; Burr, North Carolina; Coats, Indiana; Cochran, Mississippi; Crapo, Idaho; Cruz, Texas; Enzi, Wyoming; Fischer, Nebraska; Graham, South Carolina; Grassley, Iowa; Heller, Nevada; Hoeven, North Dakota; Inhofe, Oklahoma; Isakson, Georgia; Johnson, Wisconsin; Lee, Utah; Moran, Kansas; Paul, Kentucky; Portman, Ohio; Risch, Idaho; Roberts, Kansas; Rubio, Florida; Scott, South Carolina; Sessions, Alabama; Shelby, Alabama; Toomey, Pennsylvania; Vitter, Louisiana; Wicker, Mississippi
Republicans Not Voting
Chambliss, Georgia; Coburn, Oklahoma
King, Maine; Sanders, Vermont