Senate Passes Stopgap Funding Bill in 69-28 Vote, Averts Government Shutdown – Here are the Republicans Who Voted with the Dems

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The Senate Thursday evening passed the stopgap funding bill to avert a government shutdown.

The Senate voted 69-28 to pass the interim bill that will fund the government until February 18.

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Senator Mike Lee held a vote on an amendment to prohibit federal money being used to fund Biden’s vaccine mandates, but it failed 48-50.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell stopped a showdown in the upper chamber by convincing enough Republicans to vote for the stopgap bill without making changes.

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Here are the 19 Senate Republicans who voted with the Democrats after McConnell rallied them:

Roy Blunt
Richard Burr
Shelley Capito
Bill Cassidy
Susan Collins
John Cornyn
Lindsey Graham
Cindy Hyde-Smith
John Kennedy
Mitch McConnell
Jerry Moran
Lisa Murkowski
Rob Portman
Mike Rounds
Marco Rubio
Richard Shelby
Thom Tillis
Roger Wicker
Todd Young

Earlier Thursday the House voted 221-212 to pass the interim bill – All Democrats voted “yea” and one RINO Republican – Adam Kinzinger (shocker) voted with the Democrats.

The stopgap bill, which allocates an additional $7 billion for Afghan ‘refugees,’ will head to Joe Biden’s desk for a signature.

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