Sen. Jerry MoranGerald (Jerry) MoranLive coverage: Barr faces Senate panel as he prepares release of Mueller report Hillicon Valley — Presented by CTIA and America's wireless industry — House panel approves bill restoring net neutrality | FTC asks for more help to police tech | Senate panel advances bill targeting illegal robocalls Senate panel advances bill penalizing illegal robocalls MORE (R-Kan.) accidentally voted “yes” on the comprehensive immigration reform bill Thursday before correcting his mistake.

The error by Moran caused the chamber to erupt in laughter. 

After Moran changed his vote, Sen. Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerMJ Hegar announces Texas Senate bid Hillicon Valley: House Dems subpoena full Mueller report | DOJ pushes back at 'premature' subpoena | Dems reject offer to view report with fewer redactions | Trump camp runs Facebook ads about Mueller report | Uber gets B for self-driving cars Dem legal analyst says media 'overplayed' hand in Mueller coverage MORE (D-N.Y.) waved his hand at him in a “come-on-over” gesture from across the aisle. Moran chuckled and shook his head.

Schumer voted for the immigration bill, along with every other Senate Democrat.

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The Senate conducted a rare seated vote where senators have to sit at their desks and immediately declare their vote when the clerk calls their name.

At the conclusion of the roll-call, Moran double-checked that he was recorded as a “no” vote.

Vice President Biden was presiding over the Senate and reassured Moran that he was recorded as opposed to the immigration reform bill, which passed 68-32 vote. Fourteen Republicans voted for the bill, but every member of GOP leadership voted against it.

Moran is chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, which is charged with electing a Republican majority to the Senate in 2014.

— Emily Goodin contributed.