By The Hill staff - 12/19/12 08:52 PM EST
House Republicans are trying to pass Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerDem drops out of race for Boehner's old seat Conservative allies on opposite sides in GOP primary fight Clinton maps out first 100 days MORE’s (R-Ohio) so-called Plan B bill on the fiscal cliff, a measure that would partially avoid the cliff by making permanent tax rates on annual income up to $1 million.
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Firm No, Leaning No, Likely No (26)
Justin AmashJustin AmashDozens of GOP lawmakers staying away from Trump's convention House uprising thwarts change to Patriot Act GOP angst grows over Trump MORE (Mich.) Will vote no; voted against the rule
Joe Barton (Texas) Opposed
Paul Broun (Ga.) He is now a firm no; voted against the rule
John FlemingJohn FlemingIRS chief blasts impeachment push in Chaffetz's home state David Duke will bank on racial tensions in Louisiana Senate bid Former KKK leader David Duke running for Senate MORE (La.) Leaning no
Trent Franks (Ariz.) Voted against the rule
Trey Gowdy (S.C.) Opposed
Louie Gohmert (Texas) Voted against the rule
Tim Huelskamp (Kan.) Will vote no; voted against the rule
Walter Jones (N.C.) Voted against the rule
Jim Jordan (Ohio) Will vote no; voted against the rule
Raul Labrador (Idaho) “I’m a ‘Hell, no!’ ” he said.
Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.) Opposed
Jeff Landry (La.) Opposed; voted against the rule
Kenny Marchant (Texas) Leaning no
Thomas Massie (Ky.) Voted against the rule
Mick Mulvaney (S.C.) Opposed
Ron Paul (Texas) Voted against the rule
Steve Scalise (La.) Went from undecided to no after Rules Committee rejected his amendment
Jean Schmidt (Ohio) Voted against the rule
David Schweikert (Ariz.) Said on Twitter, "I'm a NO vote...bad tax hikes and no spending cuts."
Steve Southerland (Fla.) Told CNN on Thursday he is leaning no
Marlin Stutzman (Ind.) Opposed
Joe Walsh (Ill.) Will vote no; voted against the rule
Allen West (Fla.) Leaning no, citing sequester
Lynn Westmoreland (Ga.) Firm no
Joe Wilson (S.C.) Opposed
Undecided/Declined to answer (25)
Todd Akin (Mo.) Undecided
Michele BachmannMichele BachmannNo-shows at GOP convention Clinton camp: Trump VP pick is 'divisive,' 'unpopular' Lobbying world MORE (Minn.) Tea Party leader won't say Thursday night how she'll vote.
Marsha BlackburnMarsha BlackburnIRS chief refers GOP allegations against Clinton Foundation to internal office Five ways Trump’s convention was a success Trump campaign puts diversity on display in final night of convention MORE (Tenn.) Undecided
Charles BoustanyCharles BoustanyDavid Duke will bank on racial tensions in Louisiana Senate bid Boeing tells lawmakers sale of planes to Iran well-known part of nuclear agreement The Trail 2016: Post-Orlando maneuvers MORE (La.) Undecided
Michael BurgessMichael BurgessGoonies, Pokemon and ‘transsexual shake’ speak to raucous scene at convention FDA to finalize rules on lab tests over GOP opposition Lawmakers: Smartphone health apps need to be smarter MORE (Texas) Undecided
Bill Cassidy (La.) Leadership seeking his vote
Jason ChaffetzJason ChaffetzIRS chief blasts impeachment push in Chaffetz's home state Overnight Energy: Volkswagen faces another emissions lawsuit Fast and Furious: Are you listening Congress? MORE (Utah) Declines to answer; has defected on other votes
Howard Coble (N.C.) Undecided. Usually a reliable vote on high-profile fiscal bills. Coble said, "I am praying about it."
Robert Hurt (Va.) Undecided
Billy Long (Mo.) Declined to answer
Buck McKeon (Calif.) Armed Services Committee Chairman said he is concerned about sequestration and is not sure he can vote for bill.
Tim Murphy (Pa.) Undecided
Kristi Noem (S.D.) Undecided
Cynthia LummisCynthia LummisGOP probes EPA response to NY state water contamination Diversity of House GOP at risk in 2016 election GOP threatens Kerry with another Keystone subpoena MORE (Wyo.) Undecided
Alan Nunnelee (Wis.) Not commenting at this time. Usually, a reliable vote for GOP leaders
Tom Price (Ga.) Undecided
Dana Rohrabacher (Calif.) Declined to answer
Tim Scott (S.C.) Soon-to-senator won't say
Lee Terry (Neb.) Undecided
Mike Turner (Ohio) Undecided
Bill Young (Fla.) Undecided, worried about sequester. Says he has talked to Boehner about addressing sequester in measure.
Firm Yes, Leaning Yes, or Likely Yes (24)
Spencer BachusSpencer BachusThe FDA should approve the first disease-modifying treatment for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Study: Payday lenders fill GOP coffers Pope Francis encourages building bridges to address challenges MORE (Ala.) In a release, Bachus says, "I will vote for it."
Diane BlackDiane BlackHouse approves bill to shield anti-abortion healthcare workers Conscience rights under threat in US HHS chief meets with House Republicans on abortion dispute MORE (Tenn.) Leaning yes
John Duncan Jr. (Tenn.) Leaning yes
Tim Griffin (Ark.) Supports
Morgan GriffithMorgan GriffithGOP divided over 0M for climate fund Trump slips on Constitution particulars at House GOP meeting Overnight Regulation: Supreme Court rejects GOP redistricting challenge MORE (Va.) Leaning yes
Gregg Harper (Miss.) Supports
Andy Harris (Md.) Voted against the rule, but is leaning yes
Steve King (Iowa) Will vote yes. Big get for GOP leaders
Jack Kingston (Ga.) Leaning yes
Tom McClintock (R-Calif.) In Thursday (12/20) floor speech, McClintock embraces bill. A Big get for GOP leaders. McClintock has defected on other fiscal bills.
Steven LaTourette (Ohio) Retiring lawmaker will vote yes
Jerry Lewis (Calif.) Supports
Devin Nunes (Calif.) Supports
Tom Reed (N.Y.) Supports
Tom Rooney (Fla.) Supports
Dennis Ross (Fla.) Leaning yes
Bobby Schilling (Ill.) A yes vote
Pete Sessions (Texas) Incoming Rules Committee chairman is a yes
Mike Simpson (Idaho) Will vote yes
Steve Stivers (Ohio) Supports
Patrick Tiberi (Ohio) Supports
Don YoungDon YoungOur National Forests weren't designed just for timber Big Oil makes a push for risky and reckless Arctic drilling House bill would up Fish and Wildlife funding by .3B MORE (Alaska) Says he will "probably vote for it."
Firm No, Leaning No, Likely No (4)
Gerry ConnollyGerry ConnollyDems urge treaty ratification after South China Sea ruling Lawmakers back bill allowing transit benefits to apply to Uber Memorial Bridge, ports among projects slated to get transportation grants MORE (Va.) Opposed
Jim Himes (Conn.) Opposed
Collin Peterson (Minn.) Firm no, but says he knows of a Blue Dog who will vote yes. Declines to name the member.
Heath Shuler (N.C.) Says he'll vote no and doesn't know of any Dems who will vote yes.
Undecided/Declined to answer (3)
Dan Boren (Okla.) Undecided
Ben Chandler (Ky.) Declined to answer
Dennis Kucinich (Ohio) Declined to answer
Erik Wasson, Molly K. Hooper, Russell Berman, Vicki Needham, Bernie Becker, Jonathan Easley, Peter Schroeder, Daniel Strauss, Bob Cusack contributed.