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    How Senators voted against amnesty (Vitter amend.)

    http://www.onelocalnews.com/whiterockre ... &id=114583

    How they voted: Senate immigration
    Staff and agencies
    24 May, 2007

    By The Associated Press 14 minutes ago

    The 66-29 roll call by which the Senate on Thursday rejected an effort to
    bar millions of unlawful immigrants from gaining legal status and eventually
    citizenship as part of a broad immigration bill.

    Voting "yes" were 9 Democrats and 20 Republicans.

    Alabama

    Alaska

    Arizona

    Arkansas

    California

    Colorado

    Connecticut

    Delaware

    Biden (D) No; Carper (D) No.

    Florida

    Martinez (R) No; Nelson (D) No.

    Georgia

    Chambliss (R) No; Isakson (R) No.

    Hawaii

    Akaka (D) No; Inouye (D) No.

    Idaho

    Craig (R) No; Crapo (R) Yes.

    Illinois

    Durbin (D) No; Obama (D) No.

    Indiana

    Bayh (D) No; Lugar (R) No.

    Iowa

    Grassley (R) Yes; Harkin (D) No.

    Kansas

    Brownback (R) Not Voting; Roberts (R) Yes.

    Kentucky

    Bunning (R) Yes; McConnell (R) Yes.

    Louisiana

    Landrieu (D) Yes; Vitter (R) Yes.

    Maine

    Collins (R) No; Snowe (R) No.

    Maryland

    Cardin (D) No; Mikulski (D) No.

    Massachusetts

    Kennedy (D) No; Kerry (D) No.

    Michigan

    Levin (D) No; Stabenow (D) No.

    Minnesota

    Coleman (R) No; Klobuchar (D) No.

    Mississippi

    Cochran (R) Yes; Lott (R) No.

    Missouri

    Bond (R) Yes; McCaskill (D) Yes.

    Montana

    Baucus (D) Yes; Tester (D) Yes.

    Nebraska

    Hagel (R) No; Nelson (D) Yes.

    Nevada

    Ensign (R) No; Reid (D) No.

    New Hampshire

    Gregg (R) No; Sununu (R) Yes.

    New Jersey

    Lautenberg (D) No; Menendez (D) No.

    New Mexico

    Bingaman (D) No; Domenici (R) No.

    New York

    Clinton (D) No; Schumer (D) Not Voting.

    North Carolina

    Burr (R) No; Dole (R) Yes.

    North Dakota

    Conrad (D) No; Dorgan (D) Yes.

    Ohio

    Brown (D) No; Voinovich (R) No.

    Oklahoma

    Coburn (R) Yes; Inhofe (R) Yes.

    Oregon

    Smith (R) No; Wyden (D) No.

    Pennsylvania

    Casey (D) No; Specter (R) No.

    Rhode Island

    Reed (D) No; Whitehouse (D) No.

    South Carolina

    DeMint (R) Yes; Graham (R) No.

    South Dakota

    Johnson (D) Not Voting; Thune (R) Yes.

    Tennessee

    Alexander (R) Yes; Corker (R) Yes.

    Texas

    Cornyn (R) No; Hutchison (R) No.

    Utah

    Bennett (R) No; Hatch (R) Not Voting.

    Vermont

    Leahy (D) No; Sanders (I) No.

    Virginia

    Warner (R) No; Webb (D) No.

    Washington

    Cantwell (D) No; Murray (D) No.

    West Virginia

    Byrd (D) Yes; Rockefeller (D) Yes.

    Wisconsin

    Feingold (D) No; Kohl (D) No.

    Wyoming

    Enzi (R) Yes; Thomas (R) Not Voting.

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