Overview of the impeachment vote in the senate

Overview of the impeachment vote in the senate

Donald J Trump was acquitted today on both articles of impeachment. Below is a list of every senator and how they voted

DemocratsARTICLE IARTICLE IIWITNESSES
Tammy Baldwin Wis.YYY
Michael Bennet Colo.YYY
Richard Blumenthal Conn.YYY
Cory Booker N.J.YYY
Sherrod Brown OhioYYY
Maria Cantwell Wash.YYY
Benjamin L. Cardin Md.YYY
Thomas R. Carper Del.YYY
Bob Casey Pa.YYY
Chris Coons Del.YYY
Catherine Cortez Masto Nev.YYY
Tammy Duckworth Ill.YYY
Richard J. Durbin Ill.YYY
Dianne Feinstein Calif.YYY
Kirsten Gillibrand N.Y.YYY
Kamala Harris Calif.YYY
Maggie Hassan N.H.YYY
Martin Heinrich N.M.YYY
Mazie K. Hirono HawaiiYYY
Doug Jones Ala.YYY
Tim Kaine Va.YYY
Amy Klobuchar Minn.YYY
Patrick J. Leahy Vt.YYY
Joe Manchin III W.Va.YYY
Edward J. Markey Mass.YYY
Robert Menendez N.J.YYY
Jeff Merkley Ore.YYY
Christopher S. Murphy Conn.YYY
Patty Murray Wash.YYY
Gary Peters Mich.YYY
Jack Reed R.I.YYY
Jacky Rosen Nev.YYY
Brian Schatz HawaiiYYY
Chuck Schumer N.Y.YYY
Jeanne Shaheen N.H.YYY
Kyrsten Sinema Ariz.YYY
Tina Smith Minn.YYY
Debbie Stabenow Mich.YYY
Jon Tester Mont.YYY
Tom Udall N.M.YYY
Chris Van Hollen Md.YYY
Mark Warner Va.YYY
Elizabeth Warren Mass.YYY
Sheldon Whitehouse R.I.YYY
Ron Wyden Ore.YYY
Angus King Me.YYY
Bernie Sanders Vt.YYY
RepublicansARTICLE IARTICLE IIWITNESSES
Mitt Romney UtahYNY
Susan Collins Me.NNY
Lamar Alexander Tenn.NNN
John Barrasso Wyo.NNN
Marsha Blackburn Tenn.NNN
Roy Blunt Mo.NNN
John Boozman Ark.NNN
Mike Braun Ind.NNN
Richard M. Burr N.C.NNN
Shelley Moore Capito W.Va.NNN
Bill Cassidy La.NNN
John Cornyn Tex.NNN
Tom Cotton Ark.NNN
Kevin Cramer N.D.NNN
Michael D. Crapo IdahoNNN
Ted Cruz Tex.NNN
Steve Daines Mont.NNN
Michael B. Enzi Wyo.NNN
Joni Ernst IowaNNN
Deb Fischer Neb.NNN
Cory Gardner Colo.NNN
Lindsey Graham S.C.NNN
Charles E. Grassley IowaNNN
Josh Hawley Mo.NNN
John Hoeven N.D.NNN
Cindy Hyde-Smith Miss.NNN
James M. Inhofe Okla.NNN
Ron Johnson Wis.NNN
John Kennedy La.NNN
James Lankford Okla.NNN
Mike Lee UtahNNN
Kelly Loeffler Ga.NNN
Mitch McConnell Ky.NNN
Martha E. McSally Ariz.NNN
Jerry Moran Kan.NNN
Lisa Murkowski AlaskaNNN
Rand Paul Ky.NNN
David Perdue Ga.NNN
Rob Portman OhioNNN
Jim Risch IdahoNNN
Pat Roberts Kan.NNN
Michael Rounds S.D.NNN
Marco Rubio Fla.NNN
Ben Sasse Neb.NNN
Rick Scott Fla.NNN
Tim Scott S.C.NNN
Richard C. Shelby Ala.NNN
Dan Sullivan AlaskaNNN
John Thune S.D.NNN
Thom Tillis N.C.NNN
Patrick J. Toomey Pa.NNN
Roger Wicker Miss.NNN
Todd Young Ind.NNN

The divided Senate on Wednesday acquitted the President on the articles of impeachment, “abuse of power and obstruction of Congress” brought by the House.

The votes fell short of the super majority(2/3) required to convict and remove the president from office. The Senate rejected the abuse of power charge 52 to 48, largely along party lines. Senators then voted 53 to 47 to reject the second article charging Mr. Trump with obstruction of Congress.

One Republican, Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, broke with his party and voted in favor of the first article of impeachment, supporting the effort to remove the president

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