The Morning Call (Sunday)

VOTES IN THE U.S. SENATE OBJECTING TO PENNSYLVAN­IA’S ELECTORAL VOTES Voting 7 for and 92 against,

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OBJECTING TO ARIZONA’S ELECTORAL VOTES

Voting 6 for and 93 against, the Senate on Wednesday defeated a bid to deny certificat­ion of Arizona’s 11 electoral votes (see House issue above). The votes against certificat­ion were cast by Republican­s Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, Roger Marshall of Kansas, John Kennedy of Louisiana, Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississipp­i, Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ted Cruz of Texas. A yes vote was to reject Arizona’s electoral votes.

No: Pat Toomey, R, Bob Casey, D the Senate on Thursday turned back a challenge to the certificat­ion of Pennsylvan­ia’s 20 electoral votes in the 2020 presidenti­al election (see House issue above). The senators voting to sustain the objection, all Republican­s, were Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, Rick Scott of Florida, Roger Marshall of Kansas, Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississipp­i, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Ted Cruz of Texas and Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming. Hawley raised the objection along with Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa. Ayes vote was to reject Pennsylvan­ia’s electoral votes.

No: Toomey, Casey

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