House Catholics Who Voted for Healthcare

According to AmericanCatholic.org there are 97 US House Reps that claim to be Roman Catholic.  (Updated from 98 – John P. Murtha, Pennsylvania died a few weeks ago, but with that said Jack was going to be a Yes vote)   Of that only 9 voted against the pro-abortion Healthcare bill.  If anyone see something incorrect below please leave a comment and I will look into it.

YES VOTES for “catholic” Democrats
Joe Baca, California
Xavier Becerra, California
Timothy H. Bishop, New York
John Boccieri, Ohio
Robert Brady, Pennsylvania
Michael E. Capuano, Massachusetts
Dennis A. Cardoza, California
Christopher P. Carney, Pennsylvania
William Lacy Clay, Missouri
Gerald E. Connolly, Virginia
Jim Costa, California
Jerry F. Costello, Illinois
Joe Courtney, Connecticut
Joseph Crowley, New York
Henry Cuellar, Texas
Kathy Dahlkemper, Pennsylvania
Peter DeFazio, Oregon
William D. Delahunt, Massachusetts
Rosa L. DeLauro, Connecticut
John D. Dingell, Michigan
Joe Donnelly, Indiana
Michael F. Doyle, Pennsylvania
Steve Driehaus, Ohio
Brad Ellsworth, Indiana
Anna Eshoo, California
Kirsten E. Gillibrand, New York
Charlie Gonzalez, Texas
Raul M. Grijalva, Arizona
Luis V. Gutierrez, Illinois
John J. Hall, New York
Phil Hare, Illinois
Brian Higgins, New York
Maurice D. Hinchey, New York
Ruben Hinojosa, Texas
Paul Kanjorski, Pennsylvania.
Marcy Kaptur, Ohio
Patrick J. Kennedy, Rhode Island
Dale E. Kildee, Michigan
Mary Jo Kilroy, Ohio
Ann Kirkpatrick, Arizona
Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio
James R. Langevin, Rhode Island
John B. Larson, Connecticut
Ben Ray Lujan, New Mexico
Dan Maffei, New York
Betsy Markey, Colorado
Ed Markey, Massachusetts
Eric Massa, New York
Carolyn McCarthy, New York
Betty McCollum, Minnesota
James P. McGovern, Massachusetts
Jerry McNerney, California
Michael H. Michaud, Maine
George Miller, California
Harry E. Mitchell, Arizona
James P. Moran, Virginia
Patrick J. Murphy, Pennsylvania
Grace F. Napolitano, California
Richard E. Neal, Massachusetts
James L. Oberstar, Minnesota
David R. Obey, Wisconsin
Frank Pallone, New Jersey
Bill Pascrell, New Jersey
Ed Pastor, Arizona
Nancy Pelosi, California
Tom Perriello, Virginia
Charles B. Rangel, New York
Silvestre Reyes, Texas
Ciro D. Rodriguez, Texas
Lucille Roybal-Allard, California
Tim Ryan, Ohio
John T. Salazar, Colorado
Linda T. Sanchez, California
Loretta Sanchez, California
Jose E. Serrano, New York
Joe Sestak, Pennsylvania
Carol Shea-Porter, New Hampshire
Albio Sires, New Jersey
Hilda L. Solis, California
Bart Stupak, Michigan
Ellen Tauscher, California
Mike Thompson, California
Paul Tonko, New York
Nydia M. Velazquez, New York
Peter J. Visclosky, Indiana
Diane E. Watson, California
Peter Welch, Vermont
Charles A. Wilson, Ohio

NO VOTES for CATHOLIC Democrats
Jason Altmire, Pennsylvania
Michael A. Arcuri, New York
Tim Holden, Pennsylvania
Daniel Lipinski, Illinois
Stephen F. Lynch, Massachusetts
Jim Marshall, Georgia
Michael E. McMahon, New York
Charlie Melancon, Louisiana
Gene Taylor, Mississippi

All Catholic Republicans voted against the final bill.  They include: Steve Austria, Ohio; Brian P. Bilbray, California; John Boehner, Ohio; Kevin Brady, Texas; Ginny Brown-Waite, Florida; David Camp, Michigan; Anh “Joseph” Cao, Louisiana; Michael N. Castle, Delaware; Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Florida; Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida; Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska; Virginia Foxx, North Carolina; Phil Gingrey, Georgia; Walter B. Jones, North Carolina; Peter T. King, New York; Steve King, Iowa; Leonard Lance, New Jersey; Bob Latta, Ohio; Frank A. LoBiondo, New Jersey; Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri; Daniel E. Lungren, California; Connie Mack IV, Florida; Michael T. McCaul, Texas; Thaddeus G. McCotter, Michigan; Patrick T. McHenry, North Carolina; John M. McHugh, New York; Tim Murphy, Pennsylvania; Devin Nunes, California; George Radanovich, California; Tom Rooney, Florida; Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida; Edward R. Royce, California; Paul Ryan, Wisconsin; Steve Scalise, Louisiana; Jean Schmidt, Ohio; Christopher H. Smith, New Jersey; John Sullivan, Oklahoma; and Patrick J. Tiberi, Ohio.

2 comments to House Catholics Who Voted for Healthcare

  • Colleen

    FYI – On your list of Dems who voted for the bill you have John Murtha of Pennsylvania. John “Jack” Murtha died very recently, so I’m not sure how he could have voted on this bill (then again, dead Democrats vote in Pennsylvania with some regularity, so I guess it’s possible).

  • John 6:54

    Thanks Colleen, I was in a hurry when I posted this and forgot to remove him from the list. I’m 99% sure Jack would have been a Yes vote unfortunately.