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How does your U.S. representative view the Iran deal?

How does your U.S. representative view the Iran deal?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) speaks to reporters at the Capitol about attempts to block the Iran deal. With him, from left, are Republican Sens. Bob Corker of Tennessee, John Barrasso of Wyoming, John Thune of South Dakota and Majority Whip John Cornyn of Texas. (Alex Wong / Getty Images)

The Los Angeles Times has been keeping a tally of how California House Democrats break down on the diplomatic agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program. Republicans are expected to reject the deal en masse, but many Democrats in our state's largest delegation to Congress remain undecided on the deal. Several plan to announce a position after Labor Day and before Congress returns from its summer recess Sept. 8.

UNDECIDED

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Rep. Pete Aguilar

Rep. Xavier Becerra

Rep. Ami Bera

Rep. Tony Cardenas

Rep. Judy Chu

Rep. Jim Costa

Rep. Janice Hahn

Rep. Jared Huffman

Rep. Ted Lieu

Rep. Grace Napolitano

Rep. Raul Ruiz

Rep. Norma Torres

SUPPORT

Rep. Karen Bass

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Rep. Julia Brownley

Rep. Lois Capps

Rep. Susan Davis

Rep. Anna Eshoo

Rep. Sam Farr

Rep. John Garamendi

Rep. Mike Honda

Rep. Barbara Lee

Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Rep. Alan Lowenthal

Rep. Doris Matsui

Rep. Jerry McNerney

Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

Rep. Scott Peters

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Rep. Linda Sanchez

Rep. Adam Schiff

Rep. Jackie Speier

Rep. Eric Swalwell

Rep. Mark Takano

Rep. Mike Thompson

Rep. Maxine Waters

OPPOSE

Rep. Brad Sherman

Rep. Juan Vargas

LEAN YES

Rep. Mark DeSaulnier

LEAN NO

Rep. Loretta Sanchez

Track the issue at latimes.com/local/political.

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