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    The current view of the 2012 presidential election, based on HuffPost Pollster charts and analysis.

    Updated Thursday, Oct. 11 6:16 pm ET
    Obama 275 Electoral Votes <---- Ooooh Poop
    Romney 206 Electoral Votes <---- Ooooh Poop

    270 electoral votes needed to win

    Obama vs. Romney Electoral Map
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    Obama vs Romney

    Last Updated: 10/11

    State Pollster Poll Date Obama Romney
    Ohio Rasmussen Reports 10/10-10/10 48% 47%
    National Monmouth/SurveyUSA/Braun 10/8-10/10 46% 47%
    National Rasmussen Tracking 10/8-10/10 48% 47%
    Nevada PPP 10/8-10/10 51% 47%
    Montana PPP 10/8-10/10 41% 52%
    Ohio Gravis Marketing 10/6-10/10 45% 46%
    National Gallup Tracking 10/4-10/10 47% 48%
    North Carolina Rasmussen Reports 10/9-10/9 48% 51%
    Wisconsin CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac 10/9-10/9 50% 47%
    New Hampshire Rasmussen Reports 10/9-10/9 48% 48%
    Wisconsin Rasmussen Reports 10/9-10/9 51% 49%
    Pennsylvania Rasmussen Reports 10/9-10/9 51% 46%
    Ohio NBC/WSJ/Marist 10/7-10/9 51% 45%
    Florida NBC/WSJ/Marist 10/7-10/9 48% 47%
    Virginia NBC/WSJ/Marist 10/7-10/9 47% 48%

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    Rand Paul Slams Romney Foreign Policy

    October 11, 2012 by Sam Rolley

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    Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) criticized Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney on foreign policy in a column Wednesday published by CNN.

    Romney, who got the Senator’s endorsement to the dismay of Ron Paul supporters earlier in the campaign, has been heavily critical of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy in recent weeks and has called for increased defense spending and more Mideast intervention. But the younger Paul says he cannot support Romney in certain areas of foreign policy.

    Here’s an excerpt from the column:
    Romney chose to criticize President Obama for seeking to cut a bloated Defense Department and for not being bellicose enough in the Middle East, two assertions with which I cannot agree.

    Defense and war spending has grown 137% since 2001. That kind of growth is not sustainable.

    Adm. Michael Mullen stated earlier this year that the biggest threat to our national security is our debt.

    If debt is our gravest threat, adding to the debt by expanding military spending further threatens our national security.

    While I would always stand up for America and preserve our ability to defend ourselves, a less aggressive foreign policy along with an audit of the Pentagon could save tens of billions of dollars each year without sacrificing our defense. To dismiss either idea is to miss the very compromise that will enable us to balance our budget. That compromise would be for conservatives to admit that not every dollar spent on the military is sacred or well-spent and for liberals to admit that not every dollar spent on domestic entitlements and welfare is necessary.

    In North Africa and the Middle East, our problem has not been a lack of intervention. In the past 10 years we have fought two full wars there, and bombed or sent troops into several others.

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    Pat Buchanan and (Gasp) Laura Ingraham knock Romney's neocon foreign policy

    Pat Buchanan warns ‘the neocons are pushing’ Romney toward the ‘freedom agenda’

    Daily Caller: On Monday, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney offered his foreign policy vision in a speech at the Virginia Military Institute. But that speech, according to conservative commentator Pat Buchanan, was a little too close to the “neocon” agenda for comfort.

    In an appearance on Laura Ingraham’s radio show on Tuesday, Buchanan, the author of “Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?,” said Romney ought to distance himself from former President George W. Bush’s hawkish record on foreign policy, which came to define neoconservative ideology.

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    GOP now ironically begging Ron Paul supporters for help

    Elections 2012
    October 9, 2012
    By:
    Jeffrey Phelps

    It wasn't long ago that the GOP establishment and the mainstream media hated Ron Paul, his supporters and everything they stand for...original conservative American values. Why then is VP candidate Paul Ryan and the GOP now begging for their support? Credits: Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

    The Houston Chronicle posted their weekly report on Saturday detailing their
    top 10 most popular articles of the week. Third most popular was an article describing GOP Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan's plea to Ron Paul supporters, begging for their support, just weeks after the GOP and the media egregiously shunned Paul supporters at the national convention and throughout the entire 2012 nomination process.

    Potentially hoping the vast majority of Ron Paul's supporters have already forgotten how badly they were treated during the election season, by the GOP establishment, in almost every state that Paul's supporters had an opportunity to participate, all of the sudden it seems as though Paul's supporters are important enough to the Republicans that they feel it necessary to now start begging for support.



    Mere weeks ago the long-standing attitude by both the establishment and its media was that Ron Paul and his supporters were nothing but a nuisance, wanting nothing to do with anything associated with Ron Paul. They wouldn't
    let him speak at the national convention, even though he was one of the only two candidates left standing and he was literally forced to walk the convention floor for support like a petty, third-rate peasant. The convention staff did everything in their power to discredit and literally, illegally disqualify duly and legally elected Ron Paul delegates from participating in the process and coercively manipulated the proceedings so Paul delegates couldn't have any meaningful effect on the outcome, of any aspect, of the convention. Yet, now the Republicans, or at least Paul Ryan, realizes they may not have a chance to win without them.

    Since prior to January's Iowa caucus the Republican establishment and its media, on both sides of the aisle, have been acting as if Ron Paul supporters were kooks, nut jobs and
    conspiracy theorists. Throughout the entire process Paul supporters have had to endure some of the most outrageous claims and character assassinations politics has ever seen. Since the Tea Party movement was adopted by Ron Paul and his supporters in 2007, prior to it being co-opted by the Republican establishment, the world has seen some of the most sadistic and horrific rhetoric and actions ever established to prevent a legitimate candidate from having a fair chance and opportunity in a political process.

    Almost every single state that allowed for individuals to participate in a delegate selection process, after that state's initial straw poll (caucus) concluded, so-called GOP “officials” participated in
    unimaginable rules violations and practices to prevent Ron Paul and his supporters from gaining any momentum or having any success, without any demand for accountability by anyone in the GOP establishment or the mainstream media. Even going to such extremes as submitting fake slates of delegates to the convention floor, subverting or breaking many other rules if Paul's supporters were winning convention battles, physically assaulting supporters, kicking them out of local, regional or state conventions or were even having them arrested to prevent participation. Had the media been honest about the process, been honest about who was winning the polls prior to the beginning of the election season and demanded fairness and integrity throughout the process, it is very likely Ron Paul and his truly educated and conservative values, policies and ideologies would have won out with the conservative American constituency.

    Forthcoming journalists like
    Ben Swann of WXIX Cincinnati and the Conspiracy Examiner, via Examiner.com, carefully and thoroughly documented almost every step of the 2012 GOP nomination process and clearly spelled out an obvious agenda, doing everything it took, both physically and psychologically, to steal the nomination for a pro-establishment candidate, like Mitt Romney, to secure a “choice” for the American people that would not deviate too far from the current direction the establishment, on either side of the aisle, has been speeding toward for decades. All while thoroughly demonizing Ron Paul and his supporters in the media as the antithesis of anything America needs, during the entire process.

    To the vast majority of Ron Paul supporters and any other American voter that has done research independent from sources suggested by the typical mainstream talking head, Romney represents almost none of the ideals and policies they would expect to see from a president, especially one claiming to be a conservative. Even Republican establishment gatekeeper Rush Limbaugh has thoroughly detailed the fact that
    Romney resembles nothing like the typical conservative. That being said, other than very little of the recent rhetoric adopted since Romney began running for president in 2007, his political history, voting record and historical commentary is actually closer to Obama's than any other candidate presented to the American people since Obama himself ran for office four years ago. It's actually quite stunning to see the American people buy into the establishment media's rhetoric about any differences Obama and Romney may have considering just how similar both candidates are.

    Both candidates have maintained a belief in socialized medicine, the bailout (TARP) of so-called “too big to fail” global banking cartels (the same institutions that have generally funded both campaigns with massive contributions...
    Romney's campaign funding vs. Obama's), the continued militarization of the Middle East and North Africa (PNAC) for the continued domination of energy resources in the region and the continued degradation of the Muslim culture, the ultimate invasion of Iran while pushing Israeli-style Iranian nuclear weapons propaganda, the Patriot Act, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that includes the unconstitutional indefinite detention of American citizens, the continued trust in a private Federal Reserve system that has overseen a 98% decrease in the value of the US dollar since its inception in 1913 and any other extremely important policy that isn't discussed in an open forum like presidential debates or on the local or national news.

    The vast majority of Ron Paul supporters are fully aware of these circumstances… The very reason they became Ron Paul supporters to begin with. Very few are shaken in any meaningful way by the new GOP request to “
    fall in line” with the Republican establishment for fear of Romney losing to Obama if they don't add their support to the Republican base. Ron Paul supporters realize there truly is very little difference between Obama and Romney, especially when it comes to the policies that truly matter to the American people. Ron Paul supporters are more concerned about the continued loss of their rights and freedoms and understand that, even if Romney were to win, no significant changes are going to occur.

    The common talking points Obama and Romney argue about publicly, Obama-care, abortion, and the way they argue about jobs and the economy are laughable and neither has ever offered any significant ideas of value that would indicate a change from a direction that has seen the epic declines in
    American education, the value of the US dollar, American living standards, industrialization and the shipping of jobs overseas by both candidates, the quality of food and so many other important aspects that affect the lives of the American people.

    Americans have instead witnessed decades of
    growing obesity rates and the declining overall health of the American people, skyrocketing health care costs, skyrocketing fuel prices, skyrocketing debt that recently surpassed $16 trillion and is well on its way to $17 trillion and climbing, the loss of age-old civil liberties, an ever-growing police state and so many other aspects of an American lifestyle that now seems to be nothing more than a distant memory. Ask either of the two remaining candidates and they will even tell you they are both open gun control advocates and will both likely continue supporting the UN in pushing for the further reduction of gun rights in America, via policies like the UN small arms Treaty, as well.

    Absolutely nothing about a
    neocon like Mitt Romney entices Ron Paul supporters into throwing their support into his corner and by Paul Ryan now openly begging for their support, even after how poorly they've been treated over the past five years by both the GOP and the establishment's mainstream local and national media, it's not only embarrassing that they'd even bring themselves to ask, it also gives credence to just how desperate the Romney campaign and the GOP is for support.

    Maybe the GOP establishment and those in the mainstream media that still actually believe Romney represents any real change from the status quo or the current path America has been on for the past few decades should've thought about how important Ron Paul's supporters were to their success, prior to
    treating them like they were the black plague over the past five years... Not that Libertarian and conservative minded patriots like Ron Paul supporters would have ever backed a quasi-liberal neocon like Romney in the first place. Not even for his quasi-neocon running mate, Paul Ryan.

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    Head Of Security At U.S. Embassy in Yemen Assassinated

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    Lindsey Graham Introduces Bill To Commit US Troops to Israel

    Submitted by ttj1776 on Thu, 10/11/2012 - 20:44
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    New Senate Push to Pledge Unconditional Support for Israeli Preventive War on Iran

    Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is planning to press the Senate next month to pledge U.S. troops, money, and political support to Israel should Bibi Netanyahu launch a preventive war on Iran.

    Graham claims his effort would merely make explicit that the U.S. has Israel's back. But when your friend is drunk, you don't hand them the keys. If Graham has his way, he will hand Bibi the keys and lend him our car, while the rest of us ride shotgun.

    Graham's planned measure would outsource the decision about whether the U.S. goes to war to the Israeli prime minister, pledging that if Bibi decides to act -- regardless of the consequences and our own calculations -- the U.S. will provide money, troops, and political leverage (presumably at the UN and IAEA where there will be a push to shred the sanctions and the Non-Proliferation Treaty).

    Those who support the measure will likely claim that a "credible threat" of war must be issued in order to prevent an actual war. But U.S. military leaders understand the difference between a credible threat, which is already very much on the table given the U.S. presence in the Persian Gulf, and outsourcing the decision of whether the U.S. goes to war to Bibi Netanyahu.

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    Ron Paul: I'm Trying to Prevent The Collapse of the Dollar

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    First Re-Election Coming for NDAA Traitors in Congress: How Did Yours Vote?

    Submitted by Sue4theBillofrights on Thu, 10/11/2012 - 22:31
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    First Re-Election Coming for NDAA Traitors in Congress: How Did Yours Vote? - Bodybuilding.com Forums
    This will be the first time the all representatives who voted for the NDAA 's indefinite military detention of US citizens provisions are up for re-election since the deed. The National Defense
    Authorization Act was passed despite enormous outcry.

    If your congressman is one of them and unopposed, you can either come up with a write-in candidate in your district or "blank" him. A blank vote is an empty checkbox when you get down to this spot on the ballot. If a district has a high turn-out for the presidential election, but say 70% blanks for an unopposed congressman, it is likely that in the next election that congressman will be in for a serious challenge.

    If you don't know who your representative is you can find him here by zip code.

    One very powerful thing you can do is get a letter published in your local newspaper about your congressman's vote. You crib this:

    Editor,

    As we enter the election I would like to remind people that this is the first time our US representatives who passed the NDAA's provisions for the indefinite military detention of US citizens, without charge or trial, have stood for re-election since the law was passed. Congressman Jergoff is one of them.

    This is distinctly un-American legislation which goes contrary to our Bill Of Rights. Let this be one of our considerations a the ballot box this November.
    Tool for quickly looking up your local newspapers letter-to-editor email:

    http://www.winningprogressive.org/le...ditor-campaign

    For senators it's simple. If your senator is not one of the following 13, the bastard voted for it:

    Cardin (D-MD),
    Coburn (R-OK),
    Crapo (R-ID),
    DeMint (R-SC),
    Durbin (D-IL),
    Franken (D-MN),
    Harkin (D-IA),
    Lee (R-UT),
    Merkley (D-OR),
    Paul (R-KY),
    Risch (R-ID),
    Sanders (I-VT),
    Wyden (D-OR)

    In the House the vote was as follows. An "Aye" vote means he approved of NDAA.

    H.R. 1540: National Defense Authorization Act for ... (On the Conference Report) -- GovTrack.us

    Vote Party Representative District

    Alaska

    Aye R Young, Donald “Don” AK

    Alabama

    Aye R Bonner, Jo AL 1st

    Aye R Roby, Martha AL 2nd

    Aye R Rogers, Michael “Mike” AL 3rd

    Aye R Aderholt, Robert AL 4th

    Aye R Brooks, Mo AL 5th

    Aye R Bachus, Spencer AL 6th

    Aye D Sewell, Terri AL 7th



    Arkansas

    Aye R Crawford, Rick AR 1st

    Aye R Griffin, Tim AR 2nd

    Aye R Womack, Steve AR 3rd

    Aye D Ross, Mike AR 4th



    Arizona

    No R Gosar, Paul AZ 1st

    Aye R Franks, Trent AZ 2nd

    Aye R Quayle, Ben AZ 3rd

    Aye D Pastor, Edward “Ed” AZ 4th

    No R Schweikert, David AZ 5th

    No R Flake, Jeff AZ 6th

    No D Grijalva, Raul AZ 7th

    No Vote D Giffords, Gabrielle AZ 8th



    California

    No D Thompson, Michael “Mike” CA 1st

    Aye R Herger, Walter “Wally” CA 2nd

    Aye R Lungren, Daniel CA 3rd

    No R McClintock, Tom CA 4th

    No D Matsui, Doris CA 5th

    No D Woolsey, Lynn CA 6th

    No D Miller, George CA 7th

    Aye D Pelosi, Nancy CA 8th

    No D Lee, Barbara CA 9th

    Aye D Garamendi, John CA 10th

    Aye D McNerney, Jerry CA 11th

    No D Speier, Jackie CA 12th

    No D Stark, Fortney “Pete” CA 13th

    No D Eshoo, Anna CA 14th

    No D Honda, Michael “Mike” CA 15th

    No D Lofgren, Zoe CA 16th

    No D Farr, Sam CA 17th

    Aye D Cardoza, Dennis CA 18th

    Aye R Denham, Jeff CA 19th

    Aye D Costa, Jim CA 20th

    Aye R Nunes, Devin CA 21st

    Aye R McCarthy, Kevin CA 22nd

    Aye D Capps, Lois CA 23rd

    Aye R Gallegly, Elton CA 24th

    Aye R McKeon, Howard “Buck” CA 25th

    Aye R Dreier, David CA 26th

    Aye D Sherman, Brad CA 27th

    Aye D Berman, Howard CA 28th

    Aye D Schiff, Adam CA 29th

    Aye D Waxman, Henry CA 30th

    No D Becerra, Xavier CA 31st

    No D Chu, Judy CA 32nd

    No D Bass, Karen CA 33rd

    No D Roybal-Allard, Lucille CA 34th

    No D Waters, Maxine CA 35th

    No D Hahn, Janice CA 36th

    Aye D Richardson, Laura CA 37th

    No D Napolitano, Grace CA 38th

    Aye D Sánchez, Linda CA 39th

    No R Royce, Edward “Ed” CA 40th

    Aye R Lewis, Jerry CA 41st

    Aye R Miller, Gary CA 42nd

    Aye D Baca, Joe CA 43rd

    Aye R Calvert, Ken CA 44th

    Aye R Bono Mack, Mary CA 45th

    No R Rohrabacher, Dana CA 46th

    No Vote D Sanchez, Loretta CA 47th

    No R Campbell, John CA 48th

    Aye R Issa, Darrell CA 49th

    Aye R Bilbray, Brian CA 50th

    No Vote D Filner, Bob CA 51st

    Aye R Hunter, Duncan CA 52nd

    Aye D Davis, Susan CA 53rd



    Colorado

    No D DeGette, Diana CO 1st

    No D Polis, Jared CO 2nd

    No R Tipton, Scott CO 3rd

    Aye R Gardner, Cory CO 4th

    Aye R Lamborn, Doug CO 5th

    No R Coffman, Mike CO 6th

    Aye D Perlmutter, Ed CO 7th



    Connecticut

    Aye D Larson, John CT 1st

    Aye D Courtney, Joe CT 2nd

    No D DeLauro, Rosa CT 3rd

    Aye D Himes, James CT 4th

    No D Murphy, Christopher CT 5th



    Delaware

    Aye D Carney, John DE



    Florida

    Aye R Miller, Jeff FL 1st

    Aye R Southerland, Steve FL 2nd

    Aye D Brown, Corrine FL 3rd

    Aye R Crenshaw, Ander FL 4th

    Aye R Nugent, Richard FL 5th

    Aye R Stearns, Clifford “Cliff” FL 6th

    Aye R Mica, John FL 7th

    Aye R Webster, Daniel FL 8th

    Aye R Bilirakis, Gus FL 9th

    No Vote R Young, Bill FL 10th

    Aye D Castor, Kathy FL 11th

    Aye R Ross, Dennis FL 12th

    Aye R Buchanan, Vern FL 13th

    No R Mack, Connie FL 14th

    No R Posey, Bill FL 15th

    Aye R Rooney, Thomas FL 16th

    Aye D Wilson, Frederica FL 17th

    Aye R Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana FL 18th

    Aye D Deutch, Ted FL 19th

    Aye D Wasserman Schultz, Debbie FL 20th

    No Vote R Diaz-Balart, Mario FL 21st

    Aye R West, Allen FL 22nd

    No D Hastings, Alcee FL 23rd

    Aye R Adams, Sandy FL 24th

    Aye R Rivera, David FL 25th



    Georgia

    Aye R Kingston, Jack GA 1st

    Aye D Bishop, Sanford GA 2nd

    Aye R Westmoreland, Lynn GA 3rd

    No D Johnson, Henry “Hank” GA 4th

    No D Lewis, John GA 5th

    Aye R Price, Tom GA 6th

    No R Woodall, Rob GA 7th

    Aye R Scott, Austin GA 8th

    No R Graves, Tom GA 9th

    Aye R Broun, Paul GA 10th

    Aye R Gingrey, John “Phil” GA 11th

    Aye D Barrow, John GA 12th

    Aye D Scott, David GA 13th



    Hawaii

    Aye D Hanabusa, Colleen HI 1st

    Aye D Hirono, Mazie HI 2nd



    Iowa

    No D Braley, Bruce IA 1st

    Aye D Loebsack, David IA 2nd

    Aye D Boswell, Leonard IA 3rd

    Aye R Latham, Thomas “Tom” IA 4th

    Aye R King, Steve IA 5th



    Idaho

    No R Labrador, Raúl ID 1st

    No R Simpson, Michael “Mike” ID 2nd



    Illinois

    No D Rush, Bobby IL 1st

    No D Jackson, Jesse IL 2nd

    Aye D Lipinski, Daniel IL 3rd

    No Vote D Gutiérrez, Luis IL 4th

    No D Quigley, Mike IL 5th

    Aye R Roskam, Peter IL 6th

    No D Davis, Danny IL 7th

    No R Walsh, Joe IL 8th

    No D Schakowsky, Janice “Jan” IL 9th

    Aye R Dold, Bob IL 10th

    Aye R Kinzinger, Adam IL 11th

    No D Costello, Jerry IL 12th

    Aye R Biggert, Judy IL 13th

    Aye R Hultgren, Randy IL 14th

    Vote Party Representative District

    No R Johnson, Timothy IL 15th

    Aye R Manzullo, Donald IL 16th

    Aye R Schilling, Robert “Bobby” IL 17th

    Aye R Schock, Aaron IL 18th

    Aye R Shimkus, John IL 19th



    Indiana

    Aye D Visclosky, Peter IN 1st

    Aye D Donnelly, Joe IN 2nd

    No R Stutzman, Marlin IN 3rd

    No R Rokita, Todd IN 4th

    No R Burton, Dan IN 5th

    No R Pence, Mike IN 6th

    No D Carson, André IN 7th

    No R Bucshon, Larry IN 8th

    Aye R Young, Todd IN 9th



    Kansas

    No R Huelskamp, Tim KS 1st

    Aye R Jenkins, Lynn KS 2nd

    Aye R Yoder, Kevin KS 3rd

    Aye R Pompeo, Mike KS 4th



    Kentucky

    Aye R Whitfield, Edward “Ed” KY 1st

    Aye R Guthrie, Brett KY 2nd

    No D Yarmuth, John KY 3rd

    Aye R Davis, Geoff KY 4th

    Aye R Rogers, Harold “Hal” KY 5th

    Aye D Chandler, Ben KY 6th



    Louisiana

    Aye R Scalise, Steve LA 1st

    No D Richmond, Cedric LA 2nd

    Aye R Landry, Jeff LA 3rd

    Aye R Fleming, John LA 4th

    Aye R Alexander, Rodney LA 5th

    Aye R Cassidy, Bill LA 6th

    Aye R Boustany, Charles LA 7th



    Massachusetts

    No D Olver, John MA 1st

    No D Neal, Richard MA 2nd

    No D McGovern, James “Jim” MA 3rd

    No D Frank, Barney MA 4th

    Aye D Tsongas, Niki MA 5th

    No D Tierney, John MA 6th

    No D Markey, Edward “Ed” MA 7th

    No D Capuano, Michael MA 8th

    No Vote D Lynch, Stephen MA 9th

    Aye D Keating, William MA 10th



    Maryland

    No R Harris, Andy MD 1st

    Aye D Ruppersberger, Dutch MD 2nd

    No D Sarbanes, John MD 3rd

    No D Edwards, Donna MD 4th

    Aye D Hoyer, Steny MD 5th

    Aye R Bartlett, Roscoe MD 6th

    No D Cummings, Elijah MD 7th

    No D Van Hollen, Christopher “Chris” MD 8th



    Maine

    No D Pingree, Chellie ME 1st

    No D Michaud, Michael ME 2nd



    Michigan

    Aye R Benishek, Dan MI 1st

    No R Huizenga, Bill MI 2nd

    No R Amash, Justin MI 3rd

    Aye R Camp, David “Dave” MI 4th

    Aye D Kildee, Dale MI 5th

    Aye R Upton, Frederick “Fred” MI 6th

    No R Walberg, Timothy MI 7th

    Aye R Rogers, Michael “Mike” MI 8th

    No D Peters, Gary MI 9th

    Aye R Miller, Candice MI 10th

    Aye R McCotter, Thaddeus “Thad” MI 11th

    Aye D Levin, Sander MI 12th

    No D Clarke, Hansen MI 13th

    No D Conyers, John MI 14th

    Aye D Dingell, John MI 15th



    Minnesota

    Aye D Walz, Timothy MN 1st

    Aye R Kline, John MN 2nd

    Aye R Paulsen, Erik MN 3rd

    No D McCollum, Betty MN 4th

    No D Ellison, Keith MN 5th

    No Vote R Bachmann, Michele MN 6th

    Aye D Peterson, Collin MN 7th

    Aye R Cravaack, Chip MN 8th



    Missouri

    No D Clay, William MO 1st

    Aye R Akin, Todd MO 2nd

    Aye D Carnahan, Russ MO 3rd

    Aye R Hartzler, Vicky MO 4th

    No D Cleaver, Emanuel MO 5th

    Aye R Graves, Samuel “Sam” MO 6th

    Aye R Long, Billy MO 7th

    Aye R Emerson, Jo Ann MO 8th

    Aye R Luetkemeyer, Blaine MO 9th



    Mississippi

    Aye R Nunnelee, Alan MS 1st

    No D Thompson, Bennie MS 2nd

    Aye R Harper, Gregg MS 3rd

    Aye R Palazzo, Steven MS 4th



    Montana

    Aye R Rehberg, Dennis “Denny” MT



    North Carolina

    Aye D Butterfield, George “G.K.” NC 1st

    Aye R Ellmers, Renee NC 2nd

    No R Jones, Walter NC 3rd

    No D Price, David NC 4th

    Aye R Foxx, Virginia NC 5th

    No Vote R Coble, Howard NC 6th

    Aye D McIntyre, Mike NC 7th

    Aye D Kissell, Larry NC 8th

    No Vote R Myrick, Sue NC 9th

    Aye R McHenry, Patrick NC 10th

    Aye D Shuler, Heath NC 11th

    No D Watt, Melvin “Mel” NC 12th

    No D Miller, Bradley “Brad” NC 13th



    North Dakota

    Aye R Berg, Rick ND



    Nebraska

    Aye R Fortenberry, Jeffrey NE 1st

    Aye R Terry, Lee NE 2nd

    Aye R Smith, Adrian NE 3rd



    New Hampshire

    Aye R Guinta, Frank NH 1st

    Aye R Bass, Charles “Charlie” NH 2nd





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