Arizona Representatives Vote Along Party Lines On Pelosi Impeachment Resolution


The House of Representatives passed Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment resolution in a 232-196 party line vote. Two Democrats voted against against the resolutions and no Republicans voted in favor.

Democratic Reps. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey and Colin Peterson of Minnesota voted against the resolution, while Independent Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan voted to begin the impeachment inquiry.

Some Arizona representatives were quick to take to social media to announce their votes, while others remain silent.

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1 Comment

  1. “Public hearings will expose Trump’s cover-ups, corruption, and shake-downs to the American people.

    Republicans will have to decide whether to defend a President who abused his power, or defend the Constitution they swore to uphold.”

    The public hearings will give the American people the chance to see this sham properly defended and rebutted whereas they have not since EVERYTHING up to now has been held in secret.

    So…stick it Raul and take Regina Romero with you!

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