Roberts confirmation vote count

Roberts was just confirmed on a 78-22 vote. 23 Dems voted yes, 22 Dems voted no. There are some surprises in each column. Can't say I'm too surprised by the actual totals, but I'd still been happier to have seen a lot more nays.

Here's the breakdown, courtesy of Confirm Them.


Democrats voting Yes:

Max Baucus of Montana
Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico
Robert Byrd of West Virginia
Kent Conrad of North Dakota
Russ Feingold of Wisconsin
Tim Johnson of South Dakota
Herb Kohl of Wisconsin
Mary Landrieu of Louisiana
Patrick Leahy of Vermont
Ben Nelson of Nebraska
Bill Nelson of Florida
Mark Pryor of Arkansas
Ken Salazar of Colorado
Christopher Dodd of Connecticut
Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut
Byron Dorgan of North Dakota
Carl Levin of Michigan
Ron Wyden of Oregon
Tom Carper of Delaware
Patty Murray of Washington
Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas
James Jeffords (I) of Vermont
Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia

Democrats voting no:

Evan Bayh of Indiana
Joseph Biden of Delaware
Barbara Boxer of California
Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York
Jon Corzine of New Jersey
Mark Dayton of Minnesota
Dick Durbin of Illinois
Dianne Feinstein of California
Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts
John Kerry of Massachusetts
Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey
Barbara Mikulski of Maryland
Barack Obama of Illinois
Harry Reid of Nevada
Charles Schumer of New York
Debbie Stabenow of Michigan
Jack Reed of Rhode Island
Tom Harkin of Iowa
Daniel Inouye of Hawaii
Paul Sarbanes of Maryland
Maria Cantwell of Washington
Daniel Akaka of Hawaii

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Feingold might have screwed himself
Feingold better hope this doesn't come back to bite him the ass, in 2008. This might have screwed his chances. People will probably say Bayh voted no, because of his chances in 08, but he did say numerous times that he wasn't satisfied with the amount of information that Roberts failed to disclose during the hearings. I'm very ashamed of the 22 that voted yes, and I wish they would grow some fricking balls. Not surprised with Lieberman.
by indydem72 2005-09-29 08:38AM | 0 recs
Re: Feingold might have screwed himself
This is not a failure of individual Dems it is an utter failure of the entire Democratic Party
by Parker 2005-09-29 08:50AM | 0 recs
Re: Feingold might have screwed himself
So, are you asking us to follow us the footsteps of the almighty Raplh Nader??
by texaschili 2005-09-29 11:36AM | 0 recs
lets reserve judgement
and see what happnes for the next one.

I'm still giving our party the benefit of the doubt.  

Please, please, please don't prove me wrong...

by dayspring 2005-09-29 09:42AM | 0 recs
Re: lets reserve judgement
yeah... and I believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.
by Parker 2005-09-29 09:46AM | 0 recs
All Judicial Powers Based On Political Neutrality
Whenever a judge or judicial panel makes a precedent setting decision, that decision is null and void if it is not confirmed by an independent panel of at least 12 randomly chosen, unselected, citizen jurors. Judicial precedents remain in effect for no longer than 10 years. Any other policy is obviously an insane invitation to political corruption.
by blues 2005-09-29 06:23PM | 0 recs

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