Who were those Democrats voting for the healthcare repeal?

Four Democrats ended up voting for the healthcare rule, which calls for a vote to repeal the healthcare law next Wednesday. Reps. Dan Boren (Okla.), Larry Kissell (N.C.), Mike McIntyre (N.C.), and Mike Ross (Ark.) supported the rule. It was approved by a 236-181 vote.

Two House members voted "present": Reps. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) and Mike Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.). Both of those were members who were not sworn in Jan. 5, an oversight Republicans corrected earlier today by passing H.R. 26.

Twenty-seven Democrats voted in favor of that resolution to fix the swearing in problem: Jason Altmire (Pa.), John Barrow (Ga.), Boren, Robert Brady (Pa.), Dennis Cardoza (Calif.), Kathy Castor (Fla.), Ben Chandler (Ky.), Jim Costa (Calif.), Jerry Costello (Ill.), Mark Critz (Pa.), Henry Cuellar (Texas), Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Chaka Fattah (Pa.), Al Green (Texas), Jim Himes (Conn.), Tim Holden (Pa.), Eddie Bernice Johnson (Texas), Daniel Lipinski (Ill.), Mike Michaud (Maine), Chris Murphy (Conn.), Collin Peterson (Minn.), Jared Polis (Colo.), Ross, Steve Rothman (N.J.), Allyson Schwartz (Pa.), Heath Shuler (N.C.) and Mel Watt (N.C.).

Sessions and Fitzpatrick also voted "present" when this resolution was taken up.