Here’s how Florida’s U.S. Senators’ voted on the govt shutdown
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Here’s how Florida’s U.S. Senators’ voted on the govt shutdown

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The second government shutdown has been averted after both chambers of the U.S. Congress voted overwhelmingly voted to fund the controversial border security proposal.

The Senate voted 83-16, and the House voted 300-128.

But while some of the most conservative and progressive members of congress voted in favor of the deal that partially funded President Trump’s border wall, many didn’t.

Here is how your Florida senators and representatives voted.

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U.S. Senate

Yes
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL)

No
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

Note that all but one of the declared Democratic presidential candidates in the Senate voted for the bill. Sens. Booker, Harris, Warren, and Gillibrand voted ‘No,’ while Klobuchar voted ‘Yes.’

We know that most members in the House voted ‘Yes,” so we will just list those that voted “No.”

Reps, Gus Bilirakis, Bill Posey, Francis Rooney, Greg Steube, Daniel Webster, and Ted Yoho–All Republicans

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