How Congress Might Vote On Syria: Washington Post

Washington Post
September 4, 2013
Pg. 8

As of Tuesday, lawmakers appeared to be dividing into four camps regarding proposed U.S. military action in Syria. Each square represents a lawmaker who has indicated how he or she might vote.

SENATE (100 out of 100 senators shown)

Against military action — 5 senators (5 Republican)

Leaning against — 15 senators (4 Democrat, 10 Republican, 1 Independent)

Undecided — 60 senators (37 Democrat, 22 Republican, 1 Independent)

For military action — 20 senators (11 Democrat, 9 Republican)

HOUSE (242 out of 435 representatives shown)

Against military action — 46 representatives (17 Democrat, 29 Republican)

Leaning against — 81 representatives (21 Democrat, 60 Republican)

Undecided — 99 representatives (59 Democrat, 40 Republican)

For military action — 16 representatives (9 Democrat, 7 Republican)

Data are current as of this print edition.

Source: Staff reports

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