How Did Your Senators Vote On the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership?

Comment:  

Check for your senators below.  Lists like these actually show people what skunks their so-called representatives are and how they don't care what we want.  Sixty five percent of the American people don't want this yet it's being passed anyway.   It goes to prove what the ANP has been saying along along about them.  The proof is below in black, white, red, and blue.

If you vote for any of these people who voted YEA because you think they are the lesser of two evils, you're being foolish.  Don't vote for any of them.  Either find a Third Party candidate, or don't vote at all.  Heck, you can even write in your own name then you can truthfully say that you're a senatorial candidate!  Why not?  Because it's throwing your vote away?  So what?  Is voting for any of these people helping you?  I'd rather throw my vote away than waste it on any of them on principle.

Besides if enough people vote Third Party - even if that candidate doesn't win, it might send a message to both the Democrats and the Republicans.

In a way, I kind of hope this damn TPP does pass.  It will make things so much worse it can only help our cause.  Well, it looks like we're going to get a chance to find out.  It still has to go through the House tomorrow.  Then we'll see.

Dan 88!

VOTEPARTYREPRESENTATIVESTATE
Alabama
Nay  R  Sessions, JeffAL
Nay  R  Shelby, RichardAL
Alaska
Yea  R  Murkowski, LisaAK
Yea  R  Sullivan, DanAK
Arizona
Yea  R  Flake, JeffAZ
Yea  R  McCain, JohnAZ
Arkansas
Yea  R  Boozman, JohnAR
Yea  R  Cotton, TomAR
California
Nay  D  Boxer, BarbaraCA
Yea  D  Feinstein, DianneCA
Colorado
Yea  D  Bennet, MichaelCO
Yea  R  Gardner, CoryCO
Connecticut
Nay  D  Blumenthal, RichardCT
Nay  D  Murphy, ChristopherCT
Delaware
Yea  D  Carper, ThomasDE
Yea  D  Coons, ChrisDE
Florida
Yea  D  Nelson, BillFL
Yea  R  Rubio, MarcoFL
Georgia
Yea  R  Isakson, JohnGA
Yea  R  Perdue, DavidGA
Hawaii
Nay  D  Hirono, MazieHI
Nay  D  Schatz, BrianHI
Idaho
Yea  R  Crapo, MichaelID
Yea  R  Risch, JamesID
Illinois
Nay  D  Durbin, RichardIL
Yea  R  Kirk, MarkIL
Indiana
Yea  R  Coats, DanielIN
Nay  D  Donnelly, JoeIN
Iowa
Yea  R  Ernst, JoniIA
Yea  R  Grassley, ChuckIA
Kansas
Yea  R  Moran, JerryKS
Yea  R  Roberts, PatKS
Kentucky
Yea  R  McConnell, MitchKY
VOTEPARTYREPRESENTATIVESTATE
Nay  R  Paul, RandKY
Louisiana
Yea  R  Cassidy, BillLA
Yea  R  Vitter, DavidLA
Maine
Nay  R  Collins, SusanME
Nay  I  King, AngusME
Maryland
Nay  D  Cardin, BenjaminMD
Nay  D  Mikulski, BarbaraMD
Massachusetts
Nay  D  Markey, EdMA
Nay  D  Warren, ElizabethMA
Michigan
Nay  D  Peters, GaryMI
Nay  D  Stabenow, DebbieMI
Minnesota
Nay  D  Franken, AlMN
Nay  D  Klobuchar, AmyMN
Mississippi
Yea  R  Cochran, ThadMS
Yea  R  Wicker, RogerMS
Missouri
Yea  R  Blunt, RoyMO
Yea  D  McCaskill, ClaireMO
Montana
Yea  R  Daines, SteveMT
Nay  D  Tester, JonMT
Nebraska
Yea  R  Fischer, DebNE
Yea  R  Sasse, BenjaminNE
Nevada
Yea  R  Heller, DeanNV
Nay  D  Reid, HarryNV
New Hampshire
Yea  R  Ayotte, KellyNH
Yea  D  Shaheen, JeanneNH
New Jersey
Nay  D  Booker, CoryNJ
No Vote  D  Menéndez, BobNJ
New Mexico
Nay  D  Heinrich, MartinNM
Nay  D  Udall, TomNM
New York
Nay  D  Gillibrand, KirstenNY
Nay  D  Schumer, ChuckNY
North Carolina
Yea  R  Burr, RichardNC
Yea  R  Tillis, ThomNC
North Dakota
VOTEPARTYREPRESENTATIVESTATE
Yea  D  Heitkamp, HeidiND
Yea  R  Hoeven, JohnND
Ohio
Nay  D  Brown, SherrodOH
Yea  R  Portman, RobOH
Oklahoma
Yea  R  Inhofe, JimOK
Yea  R  Lankford, JamesOK
Oregon
Nay  D  Merkley, JeffOR
Yea  D  Wyden, RonOR
Pennsylvania
Nay  D  Casey, BobPA
Yea  R  Toomey, PatPA
Rhode Island
Nay  D  Reed, JohnRI
Nay  D  Whitehouse, SheldonRI
South Carolina
Yea  R  Graham, LindseySC
Yea  R  Scott, TimSC
South Dakota
Yea  R  Rounds, MikeSD
Yea  R  Thune, JohnSD
Tennessee
Yea  R  Alexander, LamarTN
No Vote  R  Corker, BobTN
Texas
Yea  R  Cornyn, JohnTX
Nay  R  Cruz, TedTX
Utah
Yea  R  Hatch, OrrinUT
No Vote  R  Lee, MikeUT
Vermont
Nay  D  Leahy, PatrickVT
Nay  I  Sanders, BernieVT
Virginia
Yea  D  Kaine, TimothyVA
Yea  D  Warner, MarkVA
Washington
Yea  D  Cantwell, MariaWA
Yea  D  Murray, PattyWA
West Virginia
Yea  R  Capito, ShelleyWV
Nay  D  Manchin, JoeWV
Wisconsin
Nay  D  Baldwin, TammyWI
Yea  R  Johnson, RonWI
Wyoming
Yea  R  Barrasso, JohnWY
Yea  R  Enzi, MichaelWY

Comments

  1. i sometime back, lost faith in this form of government long ,long ago and would not even waste my time voting for any of or anyone in this judeo capitalistic system!

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  2. What is the significance of the names shown in bold in the table?

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    1. If you take note of the box for California, you will see Feinstein's name is in bold. She is up for reelection in 2016. Perhaps the bold indicates which senators will be running again in 2016.

      I find it hard to believe Feinstein will seek yet another term. The old cow is past 80. It's time she was put out to pasture. After all, considering her age and that senate terms are six years, the chances of her living to finish that term are very low.

      But perhaps that is the idea. If she dies in office, Gov. Brown will appoint an interim senator. Since Brown is a Democrat, he will appoint a Democrat to the post. In 2022, that interim senator will be the incumbent. Incumbents have the upper hand in elections. I guess it's like home court advantage in sports.

      Our other senator, Barbara Levy Boxer (yes both our senators are Jews) was originally appointed as interim senator to replace Alan Cranston when he dies in office
      22 years ago. Cranston was also a Democrat.

      Dan 88!

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