Thank You To The Members Who Voted Correctly on H.R. 2

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 and is filed under Blog, Immigration, Issues

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There have been three votes the United States House of Representatives have taken this Congress that have been of grave importance to the conservative movement.

The first was the vote for Speaker of the House, which 25 Republican members opposed the liberal House leadership and voted for someone other than John Boehner.

The second was against the DHS bill, which funded Obama’s unlawful executive amnesty. For this vote 75 Republicans joined with Democrats and voted for the bill.  The conservative vote was a “No” vote.

The third, which happened this past week, was the vote for the “Doc Fix” bill, H.R. 2. This bill broke the hopes of a budget, yet only 33 Republicans voted “No”.

 

Madison Project would like to thank those 37 members who stood up for conservative principles and voted “No” on HR2.

 

Rep. Mo Brooks

Rep. Gary Palmer

Rep. David Schweikert

Rep. Tom McClintock

Rep. Darrell Issa

Rep. Ken Buck

Rep. Ron DeSantis

Rep. David Jolly

Rep. Barry Loudermilk

Rep. Tom Graves

Rep. Raul Labrador

Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Rep. Randy Hultgren

Rep. Peter Visclosky

Rep. Rod Blum

Rep. Steve King

Rep. Tim Huelskamp

Rep. Thomas Massie

Rep. Justin Amash

Rep. Scott Garrett

Rep. Jerrold Nadler

Rep. Walter Jones

Rep. Mark Meadows

Rep. Jim Jordan

Rep. Jim Bridenstine

Rep. Mark Sanford

Rep. Mick Mulvaney

Rep. Scott DesJarlais

Rep. Jim Cooper

Rep. Louie Gohmert

Rep. Sam Johnson

Rep. John Ratcliffe

Rep. Kenny Marchant

Rep. Dave Brat

Rep. James Sensenbrenner

Rep. Glenn Grothman

Rep. Cynthia Lummis