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Here Are the Republicans Who Voted to Increase the Debt Ceiling

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After a hectic day, the House GOP put its plan on the floor to raise the debt ceiling, with no other policy riders attached. Only 28 Republicans voted for the plan, and only two Democrats voted against itReps. John Barrow of Georgia and Jim Matheson of Utah. Here are the GOP yes votes:

Speaker John Boehner, Ohio

 

Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Virginia

Ken Calvert, California

Dave Camp, Michigan

 

Howard Coble, North Carolina

Chris Collins, New York

Charlie Dent, Pennsylvania

Mike Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania

 

Michael Grimm, New York

Richard Hanna, New York

Doc Hastings, Washington

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Darrell Issa, California

Peter King, New York

Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey

Kevin McCarthy, California

Buck McKeon, California

Pat Meehan, Pennsylvania

Gary Miller, California

Devin Nunes, California

Dave Reichert, Washington

Harold Rogers, Kentucky

Peter Roskam, Illinois

Ed Royce, California

Jon Runyan, New Jersey

John Shimkus, Illinois

Chris Smith, New Jersey

David Valadao, California

Frank Wolf, Virginia

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