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How California's congressional delegation voted on the government shutdown

How California's congressional delegation voted on the government shutdown
Some members of the California delegation of the 114th Congress. (Los Angeles Times and wire photos)

Congress averted a federal government shutdown Wednesday just hours before a midnight deadline to keep agencies open for business, and two years after a 17-day partial shutdown. The House of Representatives voted 277 to 151 on a measure to keep offices and services funded at current levels through Dec. 11. All but two of California's Republican lawmakers voted for the measure, in contrast to the majority of GOP House members who voted against it. Earlier in the day, the Senate passed the measure in a 78-20 vote, with more Republicans in favor of the temporary funding measure than against.

Some conservative Republicans had sought a government shutdown as part of their strategy to eliminate federal funding to Planned Parenthood. Congressional leaders are already looking to the next deadline and attempting to negotiate a broader two-year budget deal with the White House.

*Indicates lawmaker crossing party line

House Republicans

YES  Rep. Ken Calvert (Corona)

YES  Rep. Paul Cook (Yucca Valley)

YES  Rep. Jeff Denham (Turlock)

NO     Rep. Duncan Hunter (Alpine)

YES  Rep. Darrell Issa (Vista)

YES  Rep. Steve Knight (Palmdale)

YES  Rep. Doug LaMalfa (Richvale)

YES  Rep. Kevin McCarthy (Bakersfield)

NO     Rep. Tom McClintock (Elk Grove)

YES  Rep. Devin Nunes (Tulare)

YES  Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (Costa Mesa)

YES  Rep. Ed Royce (Fullerton)

YES  Rep. David Valadao (Hanford)

YES  Rep. Mimi Walters (Irvine)

House Democrats

YES  Rep. Pete Aguilar (Redlands)

YES  Rep. Karen Bass (Los Angeles)

YES  Rep. Xavier Becerra (Los Angeles)

YES  Rep. Ami Bera (Elk Grove)

YES  Rep. Julia Brownley (Westlake Village)

YES  Rep. Lois Capps (Santa Barbara)

YES  Rep. Tony Cardenas (Los Angeles)

YES  Rep. Judy Chu (Monterey Park)

YES  Rep. Jim Costa (Fresno)

YES  Rep. Susan A. Davis (San Diego)

YES  Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (Concord)

YES  Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (Menlo Park)

YES  Rep. Sam Farr (Carmel)

YES  Rep. John Garamendi (Walnut Grove)

YES  Rep. Janice Hahn (Los Angeles)

YES  Rep. Michael M. Honda (San Jose)

YES  Rep. Jared Huffman (San Rafael)

YES  Rep. Barbara Lee (Oakland)

YES  Rep. Ted Lieu (Torrance)

YES  Rep. Zoe Lofgren (San Jose)

YES  Rep. Alan Lowenthal (Long Beach)

YES  Rep. Doris Matsui (Sacramento)

YES  Rep. Jerry McNerney (Stockton)

YES  Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (Norwalk)

YES  Rep. Nancy Pelosi (San Francisco)

YES  Rep. Scott Peters (San Diego)

YES  Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (Downey)

YES  Rep. Raul Ruiz (Palm Desert)

YES  Rep. Linda T. Sanchez (Whittier)

YES  Rep. Loretta Sanchez (Santa Ana)

YES  Rep. Adam B. Schiff (Burbank)

YES  Rep. Brad Sherman (Sherman Oaks)

YES  Rep. Jackie Speier (Hillsborough)

YES  Rep. Eric Swalwell (Dublin)

YES  Rep. Mark Takano (Riverside)

YES  Rep. Mike Thompson (St. Helena)

YES  Rep. Norma J. Torres (Pomona)

YES  Rep. Juan Vargas (San Diego)

YES  Rep. Maxine Waters (Los Angeles)

 
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