Names: 65 Catholics Who Voted Against Condemning Attacks on Women’s Clinics

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CV NEWS FEED // Lawmakers in the House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 222-208 to pass H. Con. Res. 3, a resolution “condemning the recent attacks on pro-life facilities, groups, and churches.” All but one of the Catholic Democrats in the House voted against the measure, refusing to condemn pro-abortion violence. Their names are listed below.

CatholicVote reported this week on a more substantial bill which included the condemnation passed by the House Wednesday but also would have required the Biden Justice Department to publish its internal communications about recent pro-abortion violence and make a number of assurances that it would finally investigate and prosecute the incidents after several months of attacks against pro-life groups and churches.

Republican lawmakers on Wednesday set aside that more comprehensive bill for later consideration and instead called for a vote on the simple resolution condemning the attacks.

Only three Democrats voted with all Republicans to pass the resolution on Wednesday, including Catholic Rep. Vincente Gonzalez, D-TX. 

All Catholic Representatives in the Republican Party voted in favor of the resolution, while all but one (Gonzalez) of the Catholics in the Democratic Party voted against it.

There are currently 122 Catholics in the House, 66 of them Democrats and 56 Republicans.

“Tonight 209 Democrats voted against a resolution condemning the recent firebombing, violence, and vandalism against pro-life care centers and Catholic churches,” said CatholicVote President Brian Burch after the vote. “Their vote sends the unmistakable message that pro-abortion domestic terrorism is above the law. For Catholics in the House to join with fellow Democrats in refusing to address these unspeakable acts of violence is beyond egregious. It’s an outright betrayal of American Catholic voters and their allies who serve women in need.”

CatholicVote has tracked at least 78 attacks on pregnancy care centers and other pro-life groups and 108 attacks on Catholic churches since May 2022. Readers can click here to view CatholicVote’s regularly updated list of attacks on pro-life organizations and here to view CatholicVote’s list of attacks on churches.

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Below readers can find a full list of Catholics in Congress and how they voted on H. Con. Res. 3 – “Expressing the sense of Congress condemning the recent attacks on pro-life facilities, groups, and churches.” (To see how all members of Congress voted, click here.)

First Last Party State District Vote
David Schweikert Republican Arizona 1st YES
Ruben Gallego Democratic Arizona 3rd NO
Greg Stanton Democratic Arizona 4th NO
Raul Grijalva Democratic Arizona 7th NO
Paul Gosar Republican Arizona 9th YES
French Hill Republican Arkansas 2nd YES
Mike Thompson Democratic California 4th NO
Mark DeSaulnier Democratic California 10th NO
Nancy Pelosi Democratic California 11th NO
Kevin Mullin Democratic California 15th NO
Anna Eshoo Democratic California 16th NO
Jimmy Panetta Democratic California 19th NO
Jim Costa Democratic California 21st NO
David Valadao Republican California 22nd YES
Salud Carbajal Democratic California 24th NO
Grace Napolitano Democratic California 31st NO
Pete Aguilar Democratic California 33rd NO
Jimmy Gomez Democratic California 34th NO
Norma Torres Democratic California 35th NO
Ted Lieu Democratic California 36th NO
Linda Sánchez Democratic California 38th NO
Robert Garcia Democratic California 42nd NO
Nanette Barragán Democratic California 44th NO
Lou Correa Democratic California 46th NO
Mike Levin Democratic California 49th NO
Juan Vargas Democratic California 52nd NO
Yadira Caraveo Democratic Colorado 8th NO
John Larson Democratic Connecticut 1st NO
Joe Courtney Democratic Connecticut 2nd NO
Rosa DeLauro Democratic Connecticut 3rd NO
Neal Dunn Republican Florida 2nd YES
John Rutherford Republican Florida 5th YES
Darren Soto Democratic Florida 9th NO
Mario Díaz-Balart Republican Florida 26th YES
Carlos Giménez Republican Florida 28th YES
Jesus García Democratic Illinois 4th NO
Darin LaHood Republican Illinois 16th YES
Frank Mrvan Democratic Indiana 1st NO
Greg Pence Republican Indiana 6th YES
Mariannette Miller-Meeks Republican Iowa 1st YES
Zach Nunn Republican Iowa 3rd YES
Jake LaTurner Republican Kansas 2nd YES
Steve Scalise Republican Louisiana 1st YES
Garret Graves Republican Louisiana 6th YES
Andy Harris Republican Maryland 1st YES
Richard Neal Democratic Massachusetts 1st NO
Jim McGovern Democratic Massachusetts 2nd NO
Lori Trahan Democratic Massachusetts 3rd NO
Stephen Lynch Democratic Massachusetts 8th NO
Bill Keating Democratic Massachusetts 9th NO
Debbie Dingell Democratic Michigan 6th NO
Dan Kildee Democratic Michigan 8th NO
Lisa McClain Republican Michigan 9th YES
Brad Finstad Republican Minnesota 1st YES
Betty McCollum Democratic Minnesota 4th NO
Tom Emmer Republican Minnesota 6th YES
Michelle Fischbach Republican Minnesota 7th YES
Pete Stauber Republican Minnesota 8th YES
Ann Wagner Republican Missouri 2nd YES
Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican Missouri 3rd YES
Matt Rosendale Republican Montana 2nd YES
Mike Flood Republican Nebraska 1st YES
Susie Lee Democratic Nevada 3rd NO
Jeff Van Drew Republican New Jersey 2nd YES
Chris Smith Republican New Jersey 4th YES
Frank Pallone Democratic New Jersey 6th NO
Rob Menendez Democratic New Jersey 8th NO
Bill Pascrell Democratic New Jersey 9th NO
Mikie Sherrill Democratic New Jersey 11th NO
Gabe Vasquez Democratic New Mexico 2nd NO
Teresa Leger Fernandez Democratic New Mexico 3rd NO
Nick LaLota Republican New York 1st YES
Andrew Garbarino Republican New York 2nd YES
Anthony D’Esposito Republican New York 4th YES
Nydia Velázquez Democratic New York 7th NO
Adriano Espaillat Democratic New York 13th NO
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Democratic New York 14th NO
Mike Lawler Republican New York 17th YES
Pat Ryan Democratic New York 18th NO
Paul Tonko Democratic New York 20th NO
Elise Stefanik Republican New York 21st YES
Joseph Morelle Democratic New York 25th NO
Brian Higgins Democratic New York 26th NO
Greg Murphy Republican North Carolina 3rd YES
Virginia Foxx Republican North Carolina 5th YES
Patrick McHenry Republican North Carolina 10th YES
Brad Wenstrup Republican Ohio 2nd YES
Bob Latta Republican Ohio 5th YES
Marcy Kaptur Democratic Ohio 9th NO
David Joyce Republican Ohio 14th YES
Mike Carey Republican Ohio 15th YES
Stephanie Bice Republican Oklahoma 5th YES
Cliff Bentz Republican Oregon 2nd YES
Val Hoyle Democratic Oregon 4th NO
Lori Chavez-DeRemer Republican Oregon 5th YES
Andrea Salinas Democratic Oregon 6th NO
Brian Fitzpatrick Republican Pennsylvania 1st YES
Brendan Boyle Democratic Pennsylvania 2nd NO
Madeleine Dean Democratic Pennsylvania 4th NO
Mary Gay Scanlon Democratic Pennsylvania 5th NO
Matt Cartwright Democratic Pennsylvania 8th NO
Dan Meuser Republican Pennsylvania 9th YES
John Joyce Republican Pennsylvania 13th YES
Mike Kelly Republican Pennsylvania 16th YES
Chris Deluzio Democratic Pennsylvania 17th NO
Chuck Fleischmann Republican Tennessee 3rd YES
Pat Fallon Republican Texas 4th YES
Michael McCaul Republican Texas 10th YES
Veronica Escobar Democratic Texas 16th NO
Joaquin Castro Democratic Texas 20th NO
Tony Gonzales Republican Texas 23rd YES
Henry Cuellar Democratic Texas 28th NO
Sylvia Garcia Democratic Texas 29th NO
Vicente Gonzalez Democratic Texas 34th YES
Greg Casar Democratic Texas 35th NO
Jen Kiggans Republican Virginia 2nd YES
Ben Cline Republican Virginia 6th YES
Gerry Connolly Democratic Virginia 11th NO
Alex Mooney Republican West Virginia 2nd YES
Bryan Steil Republican Wisconsin 1st YES
Scott Fitzgerald Republican Wisconsin 5th YES
Mike Gallagher Republican Wisconsin 8th YES

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