How senators voted to end the government shutdown

The Senate voted 81-18 on a short term spending bill to reopen the government and fund it for the next three weeks th...

Posted: Jan 23, 2018 5:19 AM
Updated: Jan 23, 2018 5:19 AM

The Senate voted 81-18 on a short term spending bill to reopen the government and fund it for the next three weeks through February 8th. The measure now heads to the House, and then finally to President Donald Trump for his signature.

Only two Republicans -- Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah -- joined with 16 Democrats to vote no against the bill. Arizona Sen. John McCain was not present for the vote as he is back in his home state receiving treatment for brain cancer.

Two Republican senators voted against the bill Monday

They joined 16 Democrats to vote no against the bill

The bill now heads over to the House

The vote was held three days after the government officially shut down Friday at midnight.

Here is how every senator voted:

Alabama

Sen. Doug Jones, Democrat: YES

Sen. Richard Shelby, Republican: YES

Alaska

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Republican: YES

Sen. Dan Sullivan, Republican: YES

Arkansas

Sen. John Boozman, Republican: YES

Sen. Tom Cotton, Republican: YES

Arizona

Sen. Jeff Flake, Republican: YES

Sen. John McCain, Republican: Did not vote

California

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Democrat: NO

Sen. Kamala Harris, Democrat: NO

Colorado

Sen. Michael Bennet, Democrat: YES

Sen. Cory Gardner, Republican: YES

Connecticut

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Democrat: NO

Sen. Christopher Murphy, Democrat: NO

Delaware

Sen. Thomas Carper, Democrat: YES

Sen. Chris Coons, Democrat: YES

Florida

Sen. Bill Nelson, Democrat: YES

Sen. Marco Rubio, Republican: YES

Georgia

Sen. Johnny Isakson, Republican: YES

Sen. David Perdue, Republican: YES

Hawaii

Sen. Mazie Hirono, Democrat: NO

Sen. Brian Schatz, Democrat: YES

Iowa

Sen. Joni Ernst, Republican: YES

Sen. Chuck Grassley, Republican: YES

Idaho

Sen. Mike Crapo, Republican: YES

Sen. Jim Risch, Republican: YES

Illinois

Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Democrat: YES

Sen. Dick Durbin, Democrat: YES

Indiana

Sen. Joe Donnelly, Democrat: YES

Sen. Todd Young, Republican: YES

Kansas

Sen. Jerry Moran, Republican: YES

Sen. Pat Roberts, Republican: YES

Kentucky

Sen. Mitch McConnell, Republican: YES

Sen. Rand Paul, Republican: NO

Louisiana

Sen. Bill Cassidy, Republican: YES

Sen. John Kennedy, Republican: YES

Massachusetts

Sen. Edward Markey, Democrat: NO

Sen Elizabeth Warren, Democrat: NO

Maryland

Sen. Ben Cardin, Democrat: YES

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, Democrat: YES

Maine

Sen. Susan Collins, Republican: YES

Sen. Angus King, independent: YES

Michigan

Sen. Gary Peters, Democrat: YES

Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Democrat: YES

Minnesota

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Democrat: YES

Sen. Tina Smith, Democrat: YES

Missouri

Sen. Roy Blunt, Republican: YES

Sen. Claire McCaskill, Democrat: YES

Mississippi

Sen. Thad Cochran, Republican: YES

Sen. Roger Wicker, Republican: YES

Montana

Sen. Steve Daines, Republican: YES

Sen. Jon Tester, Democrat: NO

Nebraska

Sen. Deb Fischer, Republican: YES

Sen. Ben Sasse, Republican: YES

New Hampshire

Sen. Maggie Hassan, Democrat: YES

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat: YES

New Jersey

Sen. Cory Booker, Democrat: NO

Sen. Robert Menendez, Democrat: NO

New Mexico

Sen. Martin Heinrich, Democrat: YES

Sen. Tom Udall, Democrat: YES

New York

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat: NO

Sen. Chuck Schumer, Democrat: YES

Nevada

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Democrat: NO

Sen. Dean Heller, Republican: YES

North Carolina

Sen. Richard Burr, Republican: YES

Sen. Thom Tillis, Republican: YES

North Dakota

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, Democrat: YES

Sen. John Hoeven, Republican: YES

Ohio

Sen. Rob Portman, Republican: YES

Sen. Sherrod Brown, Democrat: YES

Oklahoma

Sen. James Inhofe, Republican: YES

Sen. James Lankford, Republican: YES

Oregon

Sen. Jeff Merkley, Democrat: NO

Sen. Ron Wyden, Democrat: NO

Pennsylvania

Sen. Bob Casey, Democrat: YES

Sen. Pat Toomey, Republican: YES

Rhode Island

Sen. Jack Reed, Democrat: YES

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Democrat: YES

South Carolina

Sen. Lindsey Graham, Republican: YES

Sen. Tim Scott, Republican: YES

South Dakota

Sen. Mike Rounds, Republican: YES

Sen. John Thune, Republican: YES

Tennessee

Sen. Lamar Alexander, Republican: YES

Sen. Bob Corker, Republican: YES

Texas

Sen. John Cornyn, Republican: YES

Sen. Ted Cruz, Republican: YES

Utah

Sen. Orrin Hatch, Republican: YES

Sen. Mike Lee, Republican: NO

Virginia

Sen. Tim Kaine, Democrat: YES

Sen. Mark Warner, Democrat: YES

Vermont

Sen. Patrick Leahy, Democrat: NO

Sen. Bernie Sanders, independent: NO

Washington

Sen. Maria Cantwell, Democrat: YES

Sen. Patty Murray, Democrat: YES

West Virginia

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, Republican: YES

Sen. Joe Manchin, Democrat: YES

Wisconsin

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Democrat: YES

Sen. Ron Johnson, Republican: YES

Wyoming

Sen. John Barrasso, Republican: YES

Sen. Michael Enzi, Republican: YES

This story has been updated to reflect final passage.

Mississippi Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 115763

Reported Deaths: 3263
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Hinds7973177
DeSoto703979
Harrison522384
Jackson457884
Rankin394086
Madison383194
Lee357380
Forrest304678
Jones292484
Washington258399
Lafayette250443
Lauderdale2478135
Lamar225538
Oktibbeha202454
Bolivar201677
Neshoba1849111
Lowndes179962
Panola170040
Leflore167187
Sunflower162349
Warren154855
Monroe150673
Pontotoc147220
Marshall143129
Lincoln140157
Pike138456
Copiah137536
Scott125429
Coahoma124937
Grenada122638
Yazoo122234
Simpson121549
Union118825
Tate116839
Leake115041
Holmes114760
Itawamba113925
Pearl River113660
Adams108544
Prentiss106120
Wayne101722
Alcorn100112
George99218
Covington97527
Marion95042
Tippah90322
Newton86627
Chickasaw85526
Tallahatchie84526
Winston84121
Hancock84028
Tishomingo81241
Attala79426
Clarke75851
Clay69321
Jasper68717
Walthall63927
Calhoun62612
Noxubee59817
Smith59416
Montgomery54923
Yalobusha54514
Claiborne53716
Tunica53517
Lawrence51814
Perry49423
Carroll49312
Greene47818
Stone47514
Humphreys43816
Amite42513
Quitman4206
Jefferson Davis41011
Webster37613
Benton3416
Wilkinson33820
Kemper32615
Sharkey28514
Jefferson27610
Franklin2423
Choctaw2086
Issaquena1074
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Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Confirmed Cases: 158701

Reported Deaths: 2680
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Jefferson23292377
Mobile16916315
Tuscaloosa10345140
Montgomery10250197
Madison935096
Shelby739063
Baldwin665869
Lee654665
Calhoun459961
Marshall439550
Etowah428551
Houston417034
Morgan416435
DeKalb342629
Elmore320853
St. Clair295542
Limestone287230
Walker279492
Talladega266435
Cullman248024
Lauderdale229442
Jackson215915
Autauga205931
Franklin205531
Colbert202132
Russell19493
Blount193225
Chilton188432
Dallas186627
Coffee177111
Dale176351
Covington174729
Escambia172730
Clarke135217
Chambers135044
Pike134113
Tallapoosa132987
Marion108129
Barbour10339
Marengo101922
Butler101140
Winston92913
Geneva9067
Lawrence85832
Pickens85218
Bibb84014
Randolph82716
Hale76830
Washington74912
Clay74412
Cherokee73814
Henry7176
Lowndes71328
Bullock64917
Monroe64610
Crenshaw60830
Perry5926
Fayette57713
Cleburne5698
Wilcox56812
Conecuh56113
Macon53620
Lamar4965
Sumter47221
Choctaw39212
Greene34216
Coosa2043
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