JUST IN: January 6 Commission Passes 252 – 175 in the House – Here Are the 35 Republicans Who Joined Democrats and Voted in Favor


The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to establish a commission to probe the January 6 Capitol riot.
The January 6 commission passed 252 to 175 with 35 Republicans joining Democrats and voting in favor.
Here are the 35 Republicans who voted in favor:

  • Liz Cheney of Wyoming
  • Tom Rice of South Carolina
  • Dan Newhouse of Washington
  • Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio
  • Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
  • Fred Upton of Michigan
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
  • Peter Meijer of Michigan
  • John Katko of New York
  • David Valadao of California
  • Tom Reed of New York
  • Don Bacon of Nebraska
  • John Curtis of Utah
  • Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
  • Andrew Garbarino of New York
  • Tony Gonzales of Texas
  • Dusty Johnson of South Dakota
  • David Joyce of Ohio
  • Chris Smith of New Jersey
  • Van Taylor of Texas
  • Chris Jacobs of New York
  • David McKinley of West Virginia
  • Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska
  • Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida
  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa
  • Steve Womack of Arkansas
  • Stephanie Bice of Oklahoma
  • French Hill of Arkansas
  • Mike Simpson of Idaho
  • Rodney Davis of Illinois
  • Blake Moore of Utah
  • Michael Guest of Mississippi
  • Trey Hollingsworth of Indiana
  • Carlos Gimenez of Florida
  • Cliff Bentz of Oregon

GOP leaders such as McConnell and McCarthy opposed the commission.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday said he opposed the January 6 commission and called it a “slanted and unbalanced proposal.”
The bill will establish a 10-person commission with 5 Republicans and 5 Democrats from the House and Senate.
The lawmakers will have subpoena power and produce a report on their findings.
Some lawmakers have floated the idea of forcing Trump to testify about ‘his role.’

 

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