Here are the 8 senators who voted against the Coronavirus Relief Package on Wednesday. What party do you think they belong to?


Presented without comment: the eight senators who voted against the coronavirus relief package on Wednesday.

Marsha Blackburn (R-TN); Jim Inhofe (R-OK); James Lankford (R-OK); Mike Lee (R-UT); Rand Paul (R-KY); Ben Sasse (R-NE); Tim Scott (R-SC), and Ron Johnson (R-WI).

Also presented without comment: Sasse and Inhofe will run for re-election this fall.

Charles Pierce, Esquire, March 18, 2020

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March 19, 2020

Voices4America Post America. 8 GOP Senators voted against relief because they value their Ideology over Americans. 2 - Sasse and Inhofe- are up for re-election in November. #RememberInNovember

Did I mention that McConnell delayed the vote, first by a long weekend so he could go to a Gala honoring Justice Kavanaugh, then , with Republican Rep Gohmert's assistance, until yesterday...the Pelosi Family First Bill passed last Saturday.

And 40 Republicans voted against it in the House.

Babin
Banks
Biggs
Bishop (NC)
Buck
Budd
Burchett
Byrne
Cline
Cloud
Davidson (OH)
DesJarlais
Duncan
Emmer

Fulcher
Gallagher
Gohmert
Gooden
Green (TN)
Grothman
Hern, Kevin
Hice (GA)
Jordan
King (IA)
Lesko
Long
Loudermilk
McClintock

Mooney (WV)
Norman
Rose, John W.
Roy
Sensenbrenner
Smith (MO)
Steil
Steube
Timmons
Waltz
Weber (TX)
Wilson (SC)

Justin Amash voted present.

Ideologically pure.

What passed yesterday, thanks to the GOP, was a scaled down version of the Pelosi bill - scaling back some of the paid family and medical leave, but still offers two weeks of emergency sick leave to some workers.

#RememberInNovember and always!

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