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.

Cases: 245847

Reported Deaths: 5356
CountyCasesDeaths
DeSoto16717168
Hinds15748310
Harrison12806188
Rankin10334204
Jackson9996172
Lee8666135
Madison7994158
Jones6112108
Forrest5826117
Lauderdale5672174
Lowndes5186106
Lafayette482792
Lamar471162
Washington4700122
Bolivar3915105
Oktibbeha384279
Panola357274
Pontotoc356552
Monroe3463101
Union334755
Warren334692
Marshall333264
Neshoba3310149
Pearl River313891
Leflore2969104
Lincoln290185
Sunflower275868
Tate264759
Alcorn257850
Itawamba257058
Pike254876
Hancock246957
Prentiss240047
Scott238743
Copiah235649
Yazoo235054
Tippah233845
Simpson230166
Leake226764
Coahoma219054
Grenada213970
Covington207171
Marion203371
Adams200065
Winston196260
George195937
Wayne193029
Attala190958
Newton185142
Chickasaw179943
Tishomingo179059
Holmes167467
Jasper163533
Clay155632
Stone138818
Tallahatchie137033
Clarke135160
Calhoun132021
Smith117322
Yalobusha112534
Walthall110536
Noxubee108922
Greene108229
Montgomery107134
Carroll102320
Lawrence99817
Perry98631
Amite95725
Webster90024
Claiborne84125
Tunica84021
Jefferson Davis82925
Humphreys80324
Benton79722
Kemper75620
Quitman6678
Franklin64613
Choctaw59412
Wilkinson57424
Jefferson52019
Sharkey42317
Issaquena1576
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Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Cases: 414583

Reported Deaths: 5945
CountyCasesDeaths
Jefferson60842887
Mobile29590538
Madison26466183
Tuscaloosa20537267
Montgomery18562304
Shelby18181112
Baldwin15841177
Lee1212097
Morgan12002112
Etowah11488142
Calhoun10863197
Marshall10048106
Houston8405123
Cullman792294
Limestone785073
Elmore7670101
DeKalb757282
St. Clair7417120
Lauderdale740282
Talladega6036108
Walker5834176
Jackson571937
Colbert522270
Blount521980
Autauga507555
Coffee431456
Dale388278
Franklin362145
Chilton332965
Covington325567
Russell318910
Escambia309842
Dallas297988
Chambers275769
Clarke272933
Tallapoosa2591107
Pike245829
Lawrence239345
Marion238649
Winston222535
Bibb211347
Geneva196331
Marengo196329
Pickens195331
Hale172542
Barbour169636
Butler166958
Fayette164026
Cherokee158330
Henry149219
Monroe143617
Randolph137635
Washington135426
Clay124446
Crenshaw117444
Lamar116819
Cleburne115123
Macon111935
Lowndes107935
Wilcox99921
Bullock97128
Perry95019
Conecuh92820
Sumter89126
Greene75123
Coosa59814
Choctaw50824
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