See the List of the 197 House Reps Who Voted Against Impeaching Trump a Second Time

See the list of 197 House Reps who voted against impeaching Trump a second time.

We at OTYCD figured you might want to have a list like this one handy to bookmark and reference for the 2022 mid-term elections.

We’ve also limited the names on this list to those who voted against impeachment but are not among the 147 who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

We did it this way out of concern that it would be too hard to spot the House Reps who only voted against the second impeachment.

We also didn’t want to risk mingling their names among the 147 by compiling a larger list that happens to include the 147.

So! A complete list of who voted against impeaching Trump a second time, by definition, includes the 147 Congresspeople who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

See and bookmark our story that lists the 147:


Below you will find the names, states, and districts of the other House Reps–all Republicans–who voted against impeaching Trump on January 13, 2021.

We will update these entries with campaign website and donation links for Democratic challengers as they step forward.

Don Young, Alaska’s at-large representative

French Hill, Arkansas’s 2nd District

Bruce Westerman, Arkansas’s 4th District

Steve Womack, Arkansas’s 3rd District

Young Kim, California’s 39th District

Tom McClintock, California’s 4th District

Michelle Steel, California’s 48th District

Ken Buck, Colorado’s 4th District

Gus Bilirakis, Florida’s 12th District

Vern Buchanan, Florida’s 16th District

Maria Elvira Salazar, Florida’s 27th District

Michael Waltz, Florida’s 6th District (He was among the handful of Republicans who stated they would challenge the 2020 election results, but changed their minds after the January 6 Insurrection.)

Drew Ferguson, Georgia’s 3rd District

Barry Loudermilk, Georgia’s 11th District

Austin Scott, Georgia’s 8th District

Mike Simpson, Idaho’s 2nd District

Rodney Davis, Illinois’s 13th District

Darin LaHood, Illinois’s 18th District

Larry Bucshon, Indiana’s 8th District

Trey Hollingsworth, Indiana’s 9th District

Randy Feenstra, Iowa’s 4th District

Ashley Hinson, Iowa’s 1st District

Mariannette Miller-Meeks, Iowa’s 2nd District

Andy Barr, Kentucky’s 6th District

James Comer, Kentucky’s 1st District

Brett Guthrie, Kentucky’s 2nd District

Thomas Massie, Kentucky’s 4th District

Bill Huizenga, Michigan’s 2nd District

John Moolenaar, Michigan’s 4th District

Tom Emmer, Minnesota’s 6th District

Pete Stauber, Minnesota’s 8th District

Michael Guest, Mississippi’s 3rd District

Ann Wagner, Missouri’s 2nd District

Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska’s 1st District

Mark Amodei, Nevada’s 2nd District

Andrew Garbarino, New York’s 2nd District

Tom Reed, New York’s 23rd District

Patrick McHenry, North Carolina’s 10th District

Kelly Armstrong, North Dakota’s at-large representative (Armstrong is male)

Troy Balderson, Ohio’s 12th District

Dave Joyce, Ohio’s 14th District

Bob Latta, Ohio’s 5th District

Steve Stivers, Ohio’s 15th District

Mike Turner, Ohio’s 10th District

Brad Wenstrup, Ohio’s 2nd District

Brian Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania’s 1st District

Nancy Mace, South Carolina’s 1st District

Dusty Johnson, South Dakota’s at-large representative

Kevin Brady, Texas’s 8th District

Dan Crenshaw, Texas’s 2nd District

Tony Gonzales, Texas’s 23rd District

Michael McCaul, Texas’s 10th District

Chip Roy, Texas’s 21st District

Van Taylor, Texas’s 3rd District

John Curtis, Utah’s 3rd District

Blake Moore, Utah’s 1st District

Rob Wittman, Virginia’s 1st District

Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington’s 5th District (She is among the handful of Republicans who said they would challenge the 2020 election results, but changed their minds after the January 6 Insurrection.)

David McKinley, West Virginia’s 1st District

Mike Gallagher, Wisconsin’s 8th District

Glenn Grothman, Wisconsin’s 6th District

Bryan Steil, Wisconsin’s 1st District

To assemble this story, we relied in part on an NPR piece titled The House Has Impeached Trump Again. Here’s How House Members Voted. We cross-checked the names against Ballotpedia to confirm their districts.

See the NPR story:


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