Will Congress Authorize A Strike On Syria?

Posted: 09/04/2013 9:00 am EDT

Members of Congress are deciding whether to approve the use of military force in Syria. HuffPost, using data compiled by ThinkProgress, will continue to keep track of each member's position until votes are taken.

Update: President Obama has asked Congress to postpone a vote on Syria as a diplomatic solution is pursued.

Last update: Friday, Sept. 13, 2013, 10:44 am EDT

217 votes needed to pass
39
Yes/Lean Yes
135
Undecided/Unknown
243
No/Lean No

Yes/Lean Yes 39

Ark. Cotton Calif. Becerra Hunter McKeon Pelosi Sherman Vargas Del. Carney Fla. Brown Deutch Hastings Ros-Lehtinen Wasserman Schultz Ill. Foster Kinzinger Schneider Ind. Messer Kan. Pompeo La. Richmond Md. Cummings Hoyer Ruppersberger Mich. Levin Rogers Minn. Ellison Kline McCollum N.C. Price N.Y. Engel Israel King Ohio Boehner Texas Cuellar Jackson Lee Veasey Va. Cantor Connolly Moran W.Va. Rahall

Undecided/Unknown 151

Ala. Brooks Roby Sewell Ariz. Barber Kirkpatrick Pastor Franks Calif. Brownley Calvert Capps Cárdenas Chu Cook Costa Davis Eshoo LaMalfa Lowenthal McCarthy McNerney George Miller Negrete McLeod Peters Roybal-Allard Ruiz Loretta Sanchez Schiff Swalwell Takano Thompson Waters Bass Gary G. Miller Linda T. Sánchez Waxman Colo. Coffman DeGette Perlmutter Conn. DeLauro Esty Larson Fla. Crenshaw Frankel Garcia Mica Murphy Wilson Ga. Barrow Bishop Graves Lewis Iowa Loebsack Ill. Bustos Enyart Gutierrez Kelly Lipinski Rush Schakowsky Schock Danny K. Davis Ind. Brooks Carson Visclosky Ky. Rogers La. Cassidy Scalise Mass. Tsongas Keating Kennedy Md. Delaney Edwards Sarbanes Van Hollen Maine Michaud Mich. Dingell Kildee Peters Upton Conyers Mo. Clay Graves Mont. Daines N.C. Butterfield McIntyre Watt Neb. Smith N.J. Andrews Pallone Pascrell Payne Sires N.M. Luján Lujan Grisham Nev. Amodei Horsford Titus N.Y. Bishop Clarke Collins Hanna Jeffries Lowey Maffei Sean Patrick Maloney Carolyn B. Maloney McCarthy Meeks Meng Nadler Owens Slaughter Crowley Ohio Chabot Joyce Kaptur Latta Ryan Wenstrup Ore. Bonamici Pa. Brady Cartwright Fattah Schwartz R.I. Langevin S.C. Clyburn Mulvaney Rice Texas Carter Castro Gene Green Hensarling O'Rourke Stockman Vela Gallego Al Green Hinojosa Eddie Bernice Johnson Utah Stewart Va. Scott Vt. Welch Wash. Hastings Heck Kilmer Reichert Larsen Wis. Kind Moore Petri Ryan

No/Lean No 243

Alaska Young Ala. Aderholt Bachus Rogers Ark. Crawford Griffin Womack Ariz. Gosar Grijalva Salmon Schweikert Sinema Calif. Bera Campbell Denham Farr Garamendi Hahn Honda Huffman Issa Lee Lofgren Matsui McClintock Napolitano Nunes Rohrabacher Royce Speier Valadao Colo. Gardner Lamborn Polis Tipton Conn. Courtney Himes Fla. Bilirakis Buchanan Castor DeSantis Diaz-Balart Grayson Miller Nugent Posey Radel Rooney Ross Southerland Webster Yoho Young Ga. Broun Collins Gingrey Johnson Kingston Price Austin Scott David Scott Westmoreland Woodall Hawaii Gabbard Hanabusa Iowa Braley King Latham Idaho Labrador Simpson Ill. Rodney Davis Duckworth Hultgren Quigley Roskam Shimkus Ind. Bucshon Rokita Stutzman Walorski Young Kan. Huelskamp Jenkins Yoder Ky. Barr Guthrie Massie Whitfield Yarmuth La. Alexander Boustany Fleming Mass. Capuano Lynch McGovern Neal Tierney Md. Harris Maine Pingree Mich. Amash Benishek Bentivolio Camp Huizenga Miller Walberg Minn. Bachmann Nolan Paulsen Peterson Walz Mo. Cleaver Hartzler Long Luetkemeyer Smith Wagner Miss. Harper Nunnelee Palazzo Thompson N.C. Coble Ellmers Foxx Holding Hudson Jones McHenry Meadows Pittenger N.D. Cramer Neb. Fortenberry Terry N.H. Kuster Shea-Porter N.J. Frelinghuysen Garrett Holt Lance LoBiondo Runyan Smith N.M. Pearce Nev. Heck N.Y. Gibson Grimm Higgins Rangel Reed Serrano Tonko Velázquez Ohio Beatty Fudge Gibbs Johnson Jordan Renacci Stivers Tiberi Turner Okla. Bridenstine Cole Lankford Lucas Mullin Ore. Blumenauer DeFazio Schrader Walden Pa. Barletta Dent Doyle Fitzpatrick Gerlach Kelly Marino Meehan Murphy Perry Pitts Rothfus Shuster Thompson R.I. Cicilline S.C. Duncan Gowdy Sanford Wilson S.D. Noem Tenn. Black Blackburn Cohen Cooper DesJarlais Duncan Fincher Fleischmann Roe Texas Barton Brady Burgess Conaway Culberson Doggett Farenthold Flores Gohmert Granger Hall Sam Johnson Marchant McCaul Neugebauer Olson Poe Sessions Smith Thornberry Weber Williams Utah Bishop Chaffetz Matheson Va. Forbes Goodlatte Griffith Hurt Rigell Wittman Wolf Wash. DelBene Herrera Beutler McDermott McMorris Rodgers Smith Wis. Duffy Pocan Ribble Sensenbrenner W.Va. Capito McKinley Wyo. Lummis

51 votes needed to pass

Yes/Lean Yes 29

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Kelly Ayotte (R)

New Hampshire
Position: Lean yes
Ayotte
N.H.
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Al Franken (D)

Minnesota
Position: Lean yes
Franken
Minn.

Undecided/Unknown28

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Jeffrey Chiesa (R)

New Jersey
Position: Undecided
Chiesa
N.J.
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Amy Klobuchar (D)

Minnesota
Position: Undecided
Klobuchar
Minn.
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Jon Tester (D)

Montana
Position: Undecided
Tester
Mont.

No/Lean No 43

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Max Baucus (D)

Montana
Position: Lean no
Baucus
Mont.
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Christopher Murphy (D)

Connecticut
Position: No
Murphy
Conn.
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James E. Risch (R)

Idaho
Position: No
Risch
Idaho
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David Vitter (R)

Louisiana
Position: No
Vitter
La.

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