Committee Vote on Code of Conduct


On May 11, 1995 Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) offered her "Code of Conduct on Arms Transfers" legislation as an amendment to the Foreign Aid and State Department authorization bills (H.R. 1561) being marked up by the House International Relations Committee.

She lost by a 17-18 vote. The vote record follows.

    REPUBLICANS
    Benjamin Gilman (NY)---no
    William Goodling (PA)---no
    Jim Leach (IA)---yes
    Toby Roth (WI)---absent
    Henry Hyde (IL)---absent
    Doug Bereuter (Neb.)---no
    Christopher Smith (NJ)---yes
    Dan Burton (IN)---no
    Jan Meyers (KS)---no
    Elton Gallegly (CA)---absent
    Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL)---no
    Cass Ballenger (NC)---no
    Dana Rohrabacher (CA)---yes
    Donald Manzullo (IL)---no
    Ed Royce (CA)---no
    Peter King (NY)---no
    Jay Kim (CA)---absent
    Sam Brownback (KS)---no
    David Funderburk (NC)---no
    Steve Chabot (OH)---no
    Mark Sanford (SC)---no
    Matt Salmon (AZ)---no
    Amo Houghton (NYI)---no

    DEMOCRATS
    Lee Hamilton (IN)---no
    Sam Gejdenson (CN)---absent
    Tom Lantos (CA)---yes
    Robert Torricelli (NJ)---absent
    Howard Berman (CA)---yes
    Gary Ackerman (NY)---yes
    Harry Johnston (FL)---yes
    Eliot Engel (NY)---yes
    Eni Faleomavaega (AS)---yes
    Matthew Martinez (CA)---absent
    Donald Payne (NJ)---yes
    Robert Andrews (NJ)---absent
    Robert Menendez (NJ)---yes
    Sherrod Brown (OH)---yes
    Cynthia McKinney (GA)---yes
    Alcee Hastings (FL)---yes
    Albert Wynn (MD)---yes
    Michael McNulty (NY)---yes
    James Moran (VA)---yes
    Victor Frazer (VI)---yes


    YES TOTAL 17
    NOS TOTAL 18
    ABSENT TOTAL 8


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