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The Hill's Whip List: Trade bill picks up momentum

The Hill's Whip List: Trade bill picks up momentum
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The fight over fast-track trade legislation is now focused on the House, with a vote scheduled for Friday.

Senators approved legislation to boost President Obama's trade powers just ahead of Congress's Memorial Day recess in a 62-37 vote.

But the White House and GOP House leaders face a close vote, with strong opposition from progressives worried about trade's effect on American jobs and from conservatives balking at handing Obama more power.

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A large percentage of House Democrats oppose fast-track or are leaning towards voting no. Republican leaders will need to keep GOP defections to a minimum. Ways and Means Chairman Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanOn The Money: Senate confirms Gensler to lead SEC | Senate GOP to face off over earmarks next week | Top Republican on House tax panel to retire Trump faces test of power with early endorsements Lobbying world MORE (R-Wis.) has been meeting with conservative lawmakers to sell them on the trade bill.

The Hill will continue to update this list. Please send updates to vneedham@thehill.com.

Lucy Feickert, Kate Hardiman, Kelly Kaler, Caroline Kelly, Hanna Krueger, Mike Lillis, Rachel Ravina, Marianna Sotomayor, and Scott Wong contributed.

This story was last updated on June 12 at 12:43 p.m.

 

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REPUBLICANS - YES OR LEANING YES (119)

Rep. Ralph Lee Abraham (La.)

Rep. Andy BarrAndy BarrFed to form committee focused on climate risks to financial system Financial regulators home in on climate risks House Republicans who didn't sign onto the Texas lawsuit MORE (Ky.) 

Rep. Joe Barton (Texas)

Rep. Jamie Herrera Beutler (Wash.)

Rep. Diane BlackDiane Lynn BlackBottom line Overnight Health Care: Anti-abortion Democrats take heat from party | More states sue Purdue over opioid epidemic | 1 in 4 in poll say high costs led them to skip medical care Lamar Alexander's exit marks end of an era in evolving Tennessee MORE (Tenn.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Mike Bishop (Mich.)

Rep. Rod Blum (Iowa) — Will face competitive election in 2016.

Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerSunday shows preview: Russia, US exchange sanctions; tensions over policing rise; vaccination campaign continues The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Tax March - Biden to Putin: Tough sanctions, straight talk Boehner on Afghanistan: 'It's time to pull out the troops' MORE (Ohio)

Rep. Charles BoustanyCharles William BoustanyFormer lawmakers call on leadership to focus on unity Partial disengagement based on democratic characteristics: A new era of US-China economic relations Lobbying world MORE Jr. (La.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Kevin BradyKevin Patrick BradyBuchanan to seek top GOP position on Ways and Means Committee The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Tax March - CDC in limbo on J&J vax verdict; Rep. Brady retiring On The Money: Senate confirms Gensler to lead SEC | Senate GOP to face off over earmarks next week | Top Republican on House tax panel to retire MORE (Texas) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Vern Buchanan (Fla.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Larry BucshonLarry Dean BucshonLawmakers emphasize prioritizing patients' needs in health care policy The Hill's Morning Report - Democrats ready mammoth relief bill for 10-day sprint Overnight Health Care: Biden officials announce funding to track virus variants | Senate Dems unveil public option proposal | White House: Teacher vaccinations not required for schools to reopen MORE (Ind.) 

Rep. Buddy Carter (Ga.)

Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) — Chabot, chairman of the Small Business Committee, said the trade bill means “more opportunity for all Americans.”

Rep. Jason ChaffetzJason ChaffetzCongress's latest hacking investigation should model its most recent Fox News Audio expands stable of podcasts by adding five new shows The myth of the conservative bestseller MORE (Utah) — The Oversight Committee chairman told The Hill he is "leaning yes."

Rep. Tom Cole (Okla.)

Rep. Barbara Comstock (Va.) 

Rep. Mike Conaway (Texas)

Rep. Ryan Costello (Pa.)

Rep. Kevin Cramer (N.D.)

Rep. Ander Crenshaw (Fla.)

Rep. Carlos Curbelo (Fla.) — “It is my hope Congress can have a fair and open debate on Trade Promotion Authority and future free-trade agreements so we can provide more economic opportunity for all Americans,” Curbelo said in a statement to Sunshine State News. Curbelo is being targeted by Dems in 2016 election.

Rep. Rodney Davis (Ill.)

Rep. Charlie Dent (Pa.)

Rep. Robert Dold (Ill.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee; a Dem target in 2016.

Rep. Renee Ellmers (N.C.) — Ellmers tweeted an op-ed from Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzRepublicans who backed Trump impeachment see fundraising boost US has seen 45 mass shootings in the past month The Hill's 12:30 Report: Nearly half of U.S. adults partially or fully vaccinated MORE (R-Texas) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) she said "explains how newly drafted #TPA puts authority back into hands of Congress."  

Rep. Tom Emmer (Minn.)

Rep. Blake FarentholdRandolph (Blake) Blake FarentholdThe biggest political upsets of the decade Members spar over sexual harassment training deadline Female Dems see double standard in Klobuchar accusations MORE (Texas) — The Wall Street Journal reported that Farenthold will support the legislation.

Rep. Bill FloresWilliam (Bill) Hose FloresThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC - Calls mount to start transition as Biden readies Cabinet picks Hillicon Valley: House votes to condemn QAnon | Americans worried about foreign election interference | DHS confirms request to tap protester phones House approves measure condemning QAnon, but 17 Republicans vote against it MORE (Texas) — Flores is head of the conservative Republican Study Committee.

Rep. Jeff FortenberryJeffrey (Jeff) Lane FortenberryMarjorie Taylor Greene's delay tactics frustrate GOP Biden can build on Pope Francis's visit to Iraq McMorris Rodgers floats vacating Speaker's chair over Democrat's in-person vote after COVID diagnosis MORE (Neb.) — Fortenberry is leaning yes, according to Politico

Rep. Trent FranksHarold (Trent) Trent FranksArizona New Members 2019 Cook shifts 8 House races toward Dems Freedom Caucus members see openings in leadership MORE (Ariz.)

Rep. Rodney FrelinghuysenRodney Procter FrelinghuysenBottom line Republican lobbying firms riding high despite uncertainty of 2020 race Ex-Rep. Frelinghuysen joins law and lobby firm MORE (N.J.)

Rep. Bob GoodlatteRobert (Bob) William GoodlatteBottom line No documents? Hoping for legalization? Be wary of Joe Biden Press: Trump's final presidential pardon: himself MORE (Va.)

Rep. Bob Gibbs (Ohio)

Rep. Garret Graves (La.)

Rep. Glenn Grothman (Wis.)

Rep. Frank Guinta (N.H.) — Dems targeting Guinta in 2016.

Rep. Cresent Hardy (Nev.) — Dems targeting Hardy in 2016.

Rep. Gregg Harper (Miss.)

Rep. Joe Heck (Nev.) — “Congress & American people benefit from strong trade promotion authority (TPA) bill,” Heck tweeted last month.

Rep. Jeb Hensarling (Texas)

Rep. Jody Hice (Ga.)

Rep. French Hill (Ark.)

Rep. George Holding (N.C.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Richard Hudson (N.C.) — "The bottom line is I don’t trust President Obama to negotiate trade deals and stand up for North Carolina jobs, and that’s why we need the transparency and check on the President that TPA provides,” said Hudson in a statement.

Rep. Tim Huelskamp (Kan.)

Rep. Will Hurd (Texas) — A Dem target in 2016.

Rep. Darrell Issa (Calif.) — “This president has earned our distrust, but having said that, I still support TPA,” Issa told The Washington Post.

Rep. Lynn Jenkins (Kan.) — Jenkins backed TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Sam JohnsonSamuel (Sam) Robert JohnsonVan Taylor wins reelection to Texas seat held by GOP since 1968 House seeks ways to honor John Lewis Sam Johnson: Fighter for the greater good MORE (Texas) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Mike Kelly (Pa.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Pete King (N.Y.)

Rep. Steve King (Iowa)

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.)

Rep. John Kline (Minn.)

Rep. Steve Knight (Calif.)

Rep. Leonard Lance (N.J.) — Lance tweeted his support for TPA.

Rep. Billy Long (Mo.) — "Our economy needs the job creation which free trade offers for American workers and the lower prices it provides for American consumers," Long wrote in an op-ed.

Rep. Mia Love (Utah)

Rep. Frank Lucas (Okla.)

Rep. Kenny Marchant (Texas) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Tom Marino (Pa.)

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) — McCarthy is House majority leader.

Rep. Tom McClintock (Calif.)

Rep. Patrick McHenry (N.C.) — Chief deputy whip voted against CAFTA in 2005.

Rep. Cathy McMorris RodgersCathy McMorris RodgersHouse Republicans circulate memo on legislative concepts targeting Big Tech Democrats press Facebook on plans for Instagram for kids GOP lawmakers press social media giants for data on impacts on children's mental health MORE (Wash.)

Rep. Martha McSally (Ariz.)

Rep. Pat Meehan (Pa.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Luke Messer (Ind.)

Rep. John Mica (Fla.)

Rep. Candice Miller (Mich.) — Retiring at the end of this Congress.

Rep. John Moolenaar (Mich.)

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (Okla.)

Rep. Tim Murphy (Pa.) 

Rep. Dan Newhouse (Wash.)

Rep. Kristi Noem (S.D.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Devin Nunes (Calif.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Erik Paulsen (Minn.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Joe Pitts (Pa.)

Rep. Mike Pompeo (Kan.)

Rep. Tom Price (Ga.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Tom Reed (N.Y.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Dave ReichertDavid (Dave) George ReichertRep. Kim Schrier defends Washington House seat from GOP challenger Washington Rep. Kim Schrier wins primary Mail ballot surge places Postal Service under spotlight MORE (Wash.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Jim Renacci (Ohio) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Reid RibbleReid James RibbleFormer Sen. Tom Coburn dies at 72 Ex-GOP lawmakers side with NY in Supreme Court case over Trump tax returns Former GOP lawmakers, officials ask court to enforce House subpoena on McGahn MORE (Wis.)

Rep. Todd Rokita (Ind.)

Rep. Peter Roskam (Ill.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. David Rouzer (N.C.)

Rep. Ed Royce (Calif.) 

Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.) — The Ways and Means Committee chairman is a co-author of the fast-track bill.

Rep. Matt SalmonMatthew (Matt) James SalmonCOVID-19's class divide creates new political risks Arizona voters like Kyl but few think he'll stick around Former Sen. Jon Kyl to replace McCain in Senate MORE (Ariz.) — “There’s so much misinformation,” Salmon told Politico. “Fast track actually sets parameters that we want the president to work under in order to negotiate.”

Rep. Mark Sanford (S.C.)

Rep. Steve Scalise (La.) — Scalise is the House majority whip.

Rep. David SchweikertDavid SchweikertBiden meets with bipartisan senators to discuss potential infrastructure bill Lawmakers offer competing priorities for infrastructure plans The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Which path will Democrats take on COVID-19 bill? MORE (Ariz.)

Rep. Jim SensenbrennerFrank (Jim) James SensenbrennerProtecting the fundamental right of all Americans to have access to the voting booth Republicans compare Ron Johnson to Joe McCarthy: NYT GOP puts pressure on Pelosi over Swalwell MORE (Wis.)

Rep. Pete Sessions (Texas)

Rep. John Shimkus (Ill.) 

Rep. Mike Simpson (Idaho)

Rep. Adrian Smith (Neb.) — Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Jason Smith (Mo.) - Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Lamar Smith (Texas) — The Wall Street Journal reported Smith will back the legislation.

Rep. Elise Stefanik (N.Y.)

Rep. Marlin Stutzman (Ind.) — Running for the Senate.

Rep. Glenn Thompson (Pa.)

Rep. Mac Thornberry (Texas)

Rep. Pat Tiberi (Ohio) - Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Dave Trott (Mich.)

Rep. Fred Upton (Mich.) — Upton is leaning yes.

Rep. David Valadao (Calif.)

Rep. Ann Wagner (Mo.)

Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.)

Rep. Mark Walker (N.C.)

Rep. Mimi Walters (Calif.)

Rep. Roger WilliamsJohn (Roger) Roger WilliamsWatchdog: Capitol Police need 'culture change' Democrats don't trust GOP on 1/6 commission: 'These people are dangerous' READ: The Republicans who voted to challenge election results MORE (Texas)

Rep. Steve WomackStephen (Steve) Allen WomackMarjorie Taylor Greene's delay tactics frustrate GOP Trust between lawmakers reaches all-time low after Capitol riots Pelosi announces lawmakers will be fined ,000 if they bypass metal detectors to House floor MORE (Ark.) — “Congressman Womack is generally supportive of fair free trade agreements and expanding economic interests abroad so long as safeguards and congressional oversight are in place,” his spokeswoman Claire Burghoff told The City Wire. “He believes that TPA will create new opportunities for U.S. small business and new jobs for Americans and is encouraged by Chairman (Paul) Ryan’s work to ensure Congress maintains an on-off switch.”

Rep. Rob WoodallWilliam (Rob) Robert WoodallMcCarthy guarantees GOP will take back House in 2022 Rundown of the House seats Democrats, GOP flipped on Election Day Bustos won't seek to chair DCCC again in wake of 2020 results MORE (Ga.)

Rep. David Young (Iowa) 

Rep. Todd YoungTodd Christopher YoungTo encourage innovation, Congress should pass two bills protecting important R&D tax provision Senate Republicans voice opposition to Biden on Iran Biden infrastructure proposal prioritizes funds for emerging technologies MORE (Ind.) - Voted for TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Lee Zeldin (N.Y.) 

 

REPUBLICANS - NO OR LEANING NO (44)

Rep. Justin AmashJustin AmashBiden: 'Prince Philip gladly dedicated himself to the people of the UK' Battle rages over vaccine passports Republicans eye primaries in impeachment vote MORE (Mich.) — Amash is leaning no.

Rep. Lou BarlettaLouis (Lou) James BarlettaFormer Trump officials eye bids for political office 10 bellwether counties that could signal where the election is headed Bottom Line MORE (Pa.) — Barletta is leaning no. “There’s a lot of fear that it’ll allow guest workers to come in and take jobs away from Americans,” Barletta he told Politico. “So there’s a lot of questions that the average American has on whether or not these deals are actually good for the American worker or not.”

Rep. Dave Brat (Va.) — Brat likened the push for fast track to efforts to pass immigration reform in an interview on The John Fredericks’ Show. "This is one of the key reasons I'm leaning a solid no on TPA and TPP,” he said. “Because if we're arguing in the best interest of the average American, we should be able to make these arguments in the light of day and debate.”

Rep. Jim Bridenstine (Okla.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Mo BrooksMorris (Mo) Jackson BrooksThe Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by ExxonMobil - World mourns the death of Prince Philip The Hill's Morning Report - Biden assails 'epidemic' of gun violence amid SC, Texas shootings Trump faces test of power with early endorsements MORE (Ala.) — In a statement, says he's "not inclined" to vote yes because fast-track could expedite passage of "secretive" Trans-Pacific Partnership, "a trade treaty that is hidden from the public."

Rep. Ken Buck (Colo.) — Buck is leaning no, according to Roll Call.

Rep. Curt Clawson (Fla.) — Clawson is leaning no.

Rep. Chris Collins (N.Y.)

Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart (Fla.)

Rep. Jeff Duncan (S.C.) — “Supporters of giving Fast Track Authority to the President will argue that the legislation contains safeguards to ensure that the President honors his commitments to Congress,” Duncan wrote in an op-ed for Breitbart. “However, in the past when this President has broken his word and overstepped his authority, when has Congress ever stepped up to stop him?”

Rep. John Duncan (Tenn.) 

Rep. John Fleming (La.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Scott Garrett (N.J.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Chris Gibson (N.Y.) — Gibson won't seek reelection.

Rep. Louie Gohmert (Texas) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Morgan Griffith (Va.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Andy Harris (Md.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (Calif.) 

Rep. Walter Jones (N.C.) — Jones tweeted that TPA is "about crony capitalism & real conservatives don't support it." He voted against all three trade deals in 2011 and fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio) — The chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus is leaning no.

Rep. David Joyce (Ohio)

Rep. John Katko (N.Y.) — "Despite the importance of this agreement, far too little detail has been provided by the president. Under these circumstances, I cannot in good conscience vote for Trade Promotion Authority to fast track this trade deal through Congress and provide broad authority to the president,” said Katko in a statement.

Rep. Raul Labrador (Idaho) — Labrador is leaning no.

Rep. Frank LoBiondo (N.J.)

Rep. Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Tom MacArthur (N.J.) — Fast track would “force Congress to vote on [Obama’s] trade agreements without any opportunity to offer suggestions or amendments,” MacArthur wrote in an op-ed for the Burlington County Times. “Over the last seven years, we’ve seen what happens when Obama tries to work alone.”

Rep. Thomas Massie (Ky.) — Massie is leaning no.

Rep. Mark Meadows (N.C.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. David McKinleyDavid Bennett McKinleyThe Memo: Hunter Biden and the politics of addiction OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Native groups hope Haaland's historic confirmation comes with tribal wins | EPA asks court to nix Trump rule limiting GHG regs | Green group asks regulators to block use of utility customers' money for lobbying  Lawmakers press federal agencies on scope of SolarWinds attack MORE (W.Va.) 

Rep. Alex Mooney (W.Va.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Mick Mulvaney (S.C.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Gary Palmer (Ala.)

Rep. Steve Pearce (N.M.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Scott Perry (Pa.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Bill Posey (Fla.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Fla.)

Rep. Keith Rothfus (Pa.) — Voted against the trade rule on Thursday.

Rep. Steve Russell (Okla.) — Russell told the Wall Street Journal expanding trade is “not a bad thing,” but says he won’t vote for fast track legislation.

Rep. Chris Smith (N.J.)

Rep. Tim Walberg (Mich.) — Walberg told The Hill he wants changes to prevent Chinese currency manipulation.

Rep. Ted YohoTheodore (Ted) Scott YohoOcasio-Cortez: 'No consequences' in GOP for violence, racism 7 surprise moments from a tumultuous year in politics Why AOC should be next to lead the DNC MORE (Fla.)

Rep. Don YoungDonald (Don) Edwin YoungMcCarthy and Biden haven't spoken since election The ocean can no longer be a climate victim Against mounting odds, Biden seeks GOP support for infrastructure plan MORE (Alaska) 

Rep. Ryan Zinke (Mont.)

 

REPUBLICANS - UNDECIDED OR UNCLEAR (82)

Rep. Robert AderholtRobert Brown AderholtMo Brooks expresses interest in running for Shelby's Senate seat Shelby won't run for reelection Will Biden continue NASA's Artemis program to return to the moon? MORE (Ala.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002. Both Alabama GOP senators voted against fast-track in May.

Rep. Rick Allen (Ga.)

Rep. Mark AmodeiMark Eugene AmodeiMarjorie Taylor Greene's delay tactics frustrate GOP Capitol Police head cites Biden speech threat for keeping security high Acting chief acknowledges police were unprepared for mob MORE (Nev.)

Rep. Brian Babin (Texas)

Rep. Dan BenishekDaniel (Dan) Joseph BenishekRepublican groups launch final ad blitz in key House battlegrounds Tea Party class reassesses record Michigan Republican to retire MORE (Mich.)

Rep. Gus Bilirakis (Fla.)

Rep. Rob BishopRobert (Rob) William BishopGOP's Westerman looks to take on Democrats on climate change House Republicans who didn't sign onto the Texas lawsuit OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Westerman tapped as top Republican on House Natural Resources Committee | McMorris Rodgers wins race for top GOP spot on Energy and Commerce | EPA joins conservative social network Parler MORE (Utah) — Rejected all three 2011 trade deals.

Rep. Marsha BlackburnMarsha Blackburn2024 GOP White House hopefuls lead opposition to Biden Cabinet Blackburn introduces bill to require migrant DNA testing at border Bottom line MORE (Tenn.)

Rep. Mike Bost (Ill.) 

Rep. Susan BrooksSusan Wiant BrooksBold leadership is necessary to curb violence against youth Here are the three GOP lawmakers who voted for the Equality Act Bottom line MORE (Ind.)

Rep. Michael BurgessMichael Clifton BurgessAmericans have decided to give professionals a chance Six ways to visualize a divided America Capitol Police tribute turns political MORE (Texas) — Burgess in April told The Texas Tribune, "My general feeling is, why would I want to devolve more authority to this president when I'm already concerned he's taking more than he should?" 

Rep. Bradley Byrne (Ala.) — Both Alabama GOP senators rejected fast-track in May.

Rep. Ken Calvert (Calif.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. John Carter (Texas)

Rep. Mike Coffman (Colo.)

Rep. Doug Collins (Ga.)

Rep. Paul Cook (Calif.) 

Rep. Rick CrawfordRick CrawfordOvernight Defense: Administration says 'low to moderate confidence' Russia behind Afghanistan troop bounties | 'Low to medium risk' of Russia invading Ukraine in next few weeks | Intelligence leaders face sharp questions during House worldwide threats he Intelligence leaders face sharp questions during House worldwide threats hearing State lawmaker on leaving GOP: 'Overturning free elections ... goes down hard with me' MORE (Ark.)

Rep. John Culberson (Texas) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Jeff Denham (Calif.)

Rep. Scott DeJarlais (Tenn.)

Rep. Ron DeSantis (Fla.) — Running for the Senate.

Rep. Dan Donovan (N.Y.)

Rep. Sean DuffySean DuffyLobbying world CNN's Ana Navarro to host Biden roundtable on making 'Trump a one-term president' Bottom line MORE (Wis.) — Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Duffy's Wisconsin colleague, is leading the charge for fast-track. 

Rep. Stephen FincherStephen Lee FincherTrump announces, endorses ambassador to Japan's Tennessee Senate bid Lamar Alexander's exit marks end of an era in evolving Tennessee Tensions on immigration erupt in the House GOP MORE (Tenn.)

Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (Pa.) — Not seeking reelection.

Rep. Chuck FleischmannCharles (Chuck) Joseph FleischmannRep. Adriano Espaillat tests positive for COVID-19 Growing number of lawmakers test positive for COVID-19 after Capitol siege READ: The Republicans who voted to challenge election results MORE (Tenn.)

Rep. Randy ForbesJames (Randy) Randy ForbesDaschle Group hires first GOP lobbyist Overnight Defense: US sanctions NATO ally Turkey over Russian defense system | Veterans groups, top Democrats call for Wilkie's resignation | Gingrich, other Trump loyalists named to Pentagon board Gingrich, other Trump loyalists named to Pentagon advisory panel MORE (Va.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Virginia FoxxVirginia Ann FoxxHouse passes bill to prevent violence in health care workplaces House passes bill to combat gender pay gap Republicans argue school accountability waivers overstep Education secretary authority MORE (N.C.)

Rep. Trey GowdyTrey GowdyPompeo rebukes Biden's new foreign policy The Hunter Biden problem won't go away Sunday shows preview: Joe Biden wins the 2020 election MORE (S.C.)

Rep. Kay GrangerNorvell (Kay) Kay GrangerBottom line Marjorie Taylor Greene's delay tactics frustrate GOP Here are the House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump MORE (Texas) — Voted for fast-track in 2002. Granger is pro-trade, but has expressed concern about giving the president more power.

Rep. Sam GravesSamuel (Sam) Bruce GravesBiden turns focus to next priority with infrastructure talks Biden to meet with bipartisan lawmakers on infrastructure Lawmakers offer competing priorities for infrastructure plans MORE (Mo.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Tom GravesJohn (Tom) Thomas GravesGreene's future on House committees in limbo after GOP meeting McConnell says Taylor Greene's embrace of conspiracy theories a 'cancer' GOP has growing Marjorie Taylor Greene problem MORE (Ga.)

Rep. Brett GuthrieSteven (Brett) Brett GuthrieLawmakers press federal agencies on scope of SolarWinds attack Biden convenes bipartisan meeting on cancer research Lawmakers debate role of prescription drugs and generics in health care costs MORE (Ky.)

Rep. Richard Hanna (N.Y.)

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (Mo.) — “TPA allows Congress to set the parameters of trade negotiations and signals to our negotiating partners that we are serious about reaching a final agreement; and I will only support an agreement that provides for robust Congressional oversight,” said Hartzler in a statement. “The will of the people is protected when Congress gets the final say with an up or down vote.” 

Rep. Bill Huizenga (Mich.)

Rep. Randy Hultgren (Ill.)

Rep. Robert HurtRobert HurtThe Hill's Morning Report — Presented by the Coalition for Affordable Prescription Drugs — GOP faces ‘green wave’ in final stretch to the midterms Democrat defeats controversial chair of House Wall Street subpanel Republican groups launch final ad blitz in key House battlegrounds MORE (Va.)

Rep. Evan Jenkins (W.Va.)

Rep. Bill Johnson (Ohio)

Rep. David Jolly (Fla.)

Rep. Doug LaMalfa (Calif.) 

Rep. Doug Lamborn (Colo.)

Rep. Bob Latta (Ohio)

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (Ga.)

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Mo.)

Rep. Michael McCaul (Texas)

Rep. Jeff Miller (Fla.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Randy NeugebauerRobert (Randy) Randolph NeugebauerCordray announces he's leaving consumer bureau, promotes aide to deputy director GOP eager for Trump shake-up at consumer bureau Lobbying World MORE (Texas)

Rep. Rich Nugent (Fla.)

Rep. Pete Olson (Texas)

Rep. Steven Palazzo (Miss.)

Rep. Robert Pittenger (N.C.)

Rep. Ted PoeLloyd (Ted) Theodore PoeSheila Jackson Lee tops colleagues in House floor speaking days over past decade Senate Dem to reintroduce bill with new name after 'My Little Pony' confusion Texas New Members 2019 MORE (Texas)

Rep. Bruce Poliquin (Maine) — Will face a competitive reelection race. His colleague, Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-Maine), opposes fast-track. Maine Sens. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsModerates' 0B infrastructure bill is a tough sell with Democrats OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Senate confirms Mallory to lead White House environment council | US emissions dropped 1.7 percent in 2019 | Interior further delays Trump rule that would make drillers pay less to feds Anti-Asian hate crimes bill overcomes first Senate hurdle MORE (R) and Angus KingAngus KingNew US sanctions further chill Biden-Putin relations Schumer lays groundwork for future filibuster reform Bipartisan lawmakers signal support for Biden cybersecurity picks MORE (I) also voted against fast-track in the Senate.

Rep. John Ratcliffe (Texas)

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Rep. Tom Rice (S.C.)

Rep. Martha RobyMartha Dubina RobyLobbying world House Republicans who didn't sign onto the Texas lawsuit The year of the Republican woman MORE (Ala.) — Both Alabama GOP senators rejected fast-track in May.

Rep. Phil Roe (Tenn.)

Rep. Hal Rogers (Ky.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Mike Rogers (Ala.) — Both Alabama GOP senators rejected fast-track in May.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (Calif.) — Voted against fast-track in 2002. 

Rep. Tom Rooney (Fla.)

Rep. Dennis Ross (Fla.)

Rep. Austin Scott (Ga.)

Rep. Bill Shuster (Pa.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Chris StewartChris StewartOn management of Utah public lands, Biden should pursue an accountable legislative process Georgia AG rejects prosecutor's request for Rayshard Brooks case to be reassigned House Republicans ask for briefing on threats keeping National Guard in DC MORE (Utah)

Rep. Steve Stivers (Ohio)

Rep. Scott Tipton (Colo.)

Rep. Michael Turner (Ohio)

Rep. Jackie Walorski (Ind.)

Rep. Randy WeberRandall (Randy) Keith WeberMcCarthy seeks shift from party's civil war READ: The Republicans who voted to challenge election results House rebuffs GOP lawmaker's effort to remove references to Democrats in Capitol MORE (Texas)

Rep. Daniel Webster (Fla.)

Rep. Brad Wenstrup (Ohio)

Rep. Bruce Westerman (Ark.) 

Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (Ga.)

Rep. Ed WhitfieldWayne (Ed) Edward WhitfieldBottom Line Why Republicans took aim at an ethics watchdog What Azerbaijan wants from Israel? MORE (Ky.) — Whitfield voted for fast track in 2002.

Rep. Joe WilsonAddison (Joe) Graves WilsonLawmakers want Biden to pressure Saudi Arabia to end Yemen blockade Biden faces deadline pressure on Iran deal Top Republican congressional aide resigns, rips GOP lawmakers who objected to Biden win MORE (S.C.) — Voted against fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Rob WittmanRobert (Rob) Joseph WittmanOvernight Defense: Iran talks set up balancing act for Biden | Pentagon on alert amid Russian saber rattling | Lawmakers urge Pentagon to be pickier about commanders' requests for more troops Battle heats up over Pentagon spending plans Marine Corps commandant says China, Russia to pose biggest challenges for years MORE (Va.)

Rep. Kevin YoderKevin Wayne YoderBottom line Amanda Adkins wins GOP primary to challenge Rep. Sharice Davids Sharice Davids to vote for Trump impeachment articles: 'The facts are uncontested' MORE (Kan.)

 

DEMOCRATS - YES OR LEANING YES (20)

Rep. Brad Ashford (Neb.) — Signed a letter in April signaling support for fast-track; GOP targeting him in 2016.

Rep. Ami BeraAmerish (Ami) Babulal BeraFormer GOP lawmaker jumps into California recall election Democratic lawmakers propose B hike for State Scars of Capitol attack permeate high-security inauguration MORE (Calif.) — "With more than 95 percent of the world’s population outside the United States, economic growth and jobs for the region and America will increasingly depend on expanding U.S. trade and investment opportunities in the global marketplace," Bera wrote in an op-ed. Bera facing a challenging reelection race.

Rep. Don Beyer (Va.) — "I look forward to standing with our President, and for aggressive job creation and economic growth, in voting for trade promotion authority, the next step toward expanded trade for America," Beyer said in a statement.

Rep. Earl BlumenauerEarl BlumenauerDemocrats offer competing tax ideas on Biden infrastructure Democrats have a growing tax problem with SALT Progressives up pressure on Biden to back COVID vaccine patent waiver MORE (Ore.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Suzanne BonamiciSuzanne Marie BonamiciThe ocean can no longer be a climate victim Lawmakers call on Biden to put billion toward coastal restoration Reversing the Trump administration's numerous harmful efforts to censor science MORE (Ore.) — Bonamici's district includes the headquarters of Nike, where President Obama delivered a speech urging support for the trade bill.  

Rep. Gerry ConnollyGerald (Gerry) Edward ConnollyPelosi: Dropping 9/11-style Jan. 6 commission an 'option' amid opposition Lawmakers, whistleblower advocates push Biden to fill federal employment board The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump teases on 2024 run MORE (Va.) — Signed a letter in April signaling support for fast-track.

Rep. Suzan DelBeneSuzan Kay DelBeneNIH reverses Trump administration's ban on fetal tissue research NIH to make announcement on fetal tissue research policy amid Trump-era restrictions To encourage innovation, Congress should pass two bills protecting important R&D tax provision MORE (Wash.) — DelBene's office says she'll be voting "yes."

Rep. Henry Cuellar (Texas) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. John Delaney (Md.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Sam FarrSamuel (Sam) Sharon FarrMedical marijuana supporters hopeful about government funding bill Marijuana advocates to give away free joints on Capitol Hill DEA decision against reclassifying marijuana ignores public opinion MORE (Calif.) — “I am voting to give the President trade authority under TPA commonly referred to as ‘fast-track,’” Farr wrote in a Facebook post. “This is not a trade deal but instead defines the process we will use to pass stronger trade pacts that focus on labor rights, human rights and the environment.”

Rep. Jim Himes (Conn.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (Texas) — "As we negotiate two of the largest trade deals in our history, we must consider the positive impact that international trade has on our state economy, as well as on our national economy and the global economy," she wrote in an op-ed in the North Dallas Gazette.

Rep. Derek KilmerDerek Christian KilmerModerate Democrats press for auto-stabilizers in COVID-19 aid package House Democrat says federal workforce recovering from 'a lot of harm' under Trump The Hill's Morning Report - Biden: Focus on vaccine, virus, travel MORE (Wash.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Ron KindRonald (Ron) James KindRace debate grips Congress Biden's gun control push poses danger for midterms Trump calls on Ron Johnson to run for reelection MORE (Wis.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Rick LarsenRichard (Rick) Ray LarsenDemocrats debate fast-track for infrastructure package LIVE COVERAGE: House votes to name Speaker COVID-19 is wild card as Pelosi faces tricky Speaker vote Sunday MORE (Wash.) — "I believe presidents should have the authority to negotiate trade agreements based on Congressional direction," said Larsen in a statement.

Rep. Gregory Meeks (N.Y.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Jared Polis (Colo.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Mike Quigley (Ill.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Kurt Schrader (Ore.) — Supports fast-track.

Rep. Kathleen Rice (N.Y.) — Wrote in an op-ed in The Hill that Obama "has made a compelling case."

 

DEMOCRATS - NO OR LEANING NO (136)

Rep. Peter Aguilar (Calif.) 

Rep. Xavier BecerraXavier BecerraNIH reverses Trump administration's ban on fetal tissue research Overnight Health Care: Johnson & Johnson delay prompts criticism of CDC panel | Pfizer CEO says third dose of COVID-19 vaccine 'likely' needed within one year | CDC finds less than 1 percent of fully vaccinated people got COVID-19 NIH to make announcement on fetal tissue research policy amid Trump-era restrictions MORE (Calif.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Sanford Bishop (Ga.)

Rep. Brendan Boyle (Pa.)

Rep. Robert Brady (Pa.)

Rep. Corrine BrownCorrine BrownBottom line Former Florida rep sentenced to five years in prison for fraud, tax evasion Genuine veteran charities face a challenge beating the fakes MORE (Fla.)

Rep. Cheri BustosCheryl (Cheri) Lea BustosGOP campaign chief confident his party will win back House The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by the National Shooting Sports Foundation - At 50 days in charge, Democrats hail American Rescue Plan as major win House Democrats' campaign arm lifts ban on consultants who work for primary challengers MORE (Ill.) — Bustos indicated she was undecided in May, but is now a firm no. 

Rep. G.K. ButterfieldGeorge (G.K.) Kenneth ButterfieldThe Memo: How liberal will the Biden presidency be? Democrats vow to go 'bold' — with or without GOP CBC 'unequivocally' endorses Shalanda Young for White House budget chief MORE (N.C.) — "I'm still at the place I've always been: leaning no," Butterfield, the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, told The Hill.

Rep. Lois Capps (Calif.) — Capps is not seeking reelection. 

Rep. Michael Capuano (Mass.) — "I think it is unwise for any Member of Congress to surrender our constitutional responsibilities without knowing exactly why this step is necessary and what specifically Congress is agreeing to. I voted against Fast Track Authorization in 2002 and I fully expect to vote no again this year," he said in a statement.

Rep. Tony Cardenas (Calif.) — Cardenas will vote against TPA and a trade adjustment assistance measure.

Rep. John Carney (Del.) — Carney told The Hill he is leaning no. "On the agreement itself, I've got a whole set of criteria as it relates to Delaware, and there are a number of things that they're just not there yet on,” he said.

Rep. André Carson (Ind.)

Rep. Matthew Cartwright (Pa.) 

Rep. Judy Chu (Calif.)

Rep. David Cicilline (R.I.)

Rep. Katherine Clark (Mass.) — WGBH Boston reported that Clark will vote against fast-track. 

Rep. Yvette Clarke (N.Y.)

Rep. Lacy Clay (Mo.)

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (Mo.) — Obama attempted to contact Cleaver, according to Politico.

Rep. John Conyers Jr. (Mich.)

Rep. Joe Courtney (Conn.)

Rep. Joseph Crowley (N.Y.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee. He backed three trade deals in 2011.

Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.)

Rep. Danny Davis (Ill.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Peter DeFazio (Ore.)

Rep. Diana DeGette (Colo.) — “Fast Track is an abrogation of congressional authority,” DeGette said in a statement.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro (Conn.) — “I believe it will not pass,” DeLauro told Bloomberg.

Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (Calif.) — San Jose Mercury News reported that DeSaulnier is opposed to fast-track. 

Rep. Ted Deutch (Fla.)

Rep. Debbie Dingell (Mich.)

Rep. Lloyd Doggett (Texas) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Mike Doyle (Pa.)

Rep. Tammy Duckworth (Ill.) — “Unfortunately, the Hatch-Wyden-Ryan deal does not ensure that American workers are put first," Duckworth said in a statement. "We need controls to make sure trade deals are negotiated in the best interests of my constituents in Illinois and all Americans." Duckworth is running against Sen. Mark KirkMark Steven KirkDuckworth announces reelection bid Brave new world: Why we need a Senate Human Rights Commission  Senate majority battle snags Biden Cabinet hopefuls MORE (R-Ill.) in 2016.

Rep. Donna Edwards (Md.) — Edwards is running against Rep. Chris Van Hollen, who also announced his opposition, in the Maryland Senate race.

Rep. Keith Ellison (Minn.)

Rep. Eliot Engel (N.Y.)

Rep. Elizabeth Esty (Conn.) 

Rep. Chaka Fattah (Pa.)

Rep. Lois FrankelLois Jane FrankelFlorida Rep. Alcee Hastings dies at 84 Bill introduced to create RBG monument on Capitol Hill How Congress dismissed women's empowerment MORE (Fla.)

Rep. Marcia FudgeMarcia FudgeFudge on police shootings: Officers want to go home each night, and 'so do we' Julia Letlow sworn in as House member after winning election to replace late husband Working for lasting change MORE (Ohio) — "Without being consulted, Congress has no meaningful role in either shaping the agreement or exercising its constitutional authority to set the terms of trade policy. In November 2013, I signed a letter to President Obama urging him to restore a more robust role to Congress in formulating the TPP trade agreement.  I stand by that letter,” Fudge said in a statement on March 11.

Rep. Tulsi GabbardTulsi GabbardNew co-chairs named for congressional caucus for millennials Tulsi Gabbard blasts new House rules on gender neutral language as 'height of hypocrisy' A vaccine, a Burrito and more: 7 lighter, memorable moments from 2020 MORE (Hawaii) — "Fast tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the wrong move. Congress and the American people should have a role to play,” Gabbard wrote in a Facebook post.

Rep. Ruben Gallego (Ariz.) 

Rep. John GaramendiJohn Raymond GaramendiBiden to meet with bipartisan lawmakers on infrastructure Colorado presses Biden to reverse Trump Space Command move Report on military aviation crashes faults lack of training, 'chronic fatigue' MORE (Calif.) — “No way, no how, period. I am not about to cede my constitutional responsibility to a bunch of negotiators who refuse to share any information of any significance,” Garamendi told the San Francisco Chronicle.

Rep. Gwen Graham (Fla.) — A GOP target in 2016.

Rep. Alan GraysonAlan Mark GraysonFlorida's Darren Soto fends off Dem challenge from Alan Grayson Live results: Arizona and Florida hold primaries The Hill's Morning Report: Frustration mounts as Republicans blow up tax message MORE (Fla.) — Mulling a run for the Senate.

Rep. Gene GreenRaymond (Gene) Eugene GreenBottom line Texas New Members 2019 Two Democrats become first Texas Latinas to serve in Congress MORE (Texas)

Rep. Raúl Grijalva (Ariz.) — “The Trade Promotion Authority introduced today circumvents Congressional authority and prevents oversight that is vital to protecting working families from bad trade deals,” he said in a statement.

Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (Ill.)

Rep. Janice Hahn (Calif.) — Hahn will not seek reelection in the House.

Rep. Alcee Hastings (Fla.) — "The real reason that I will oppose the trade agreement is that it disproportionately impacts the same kinds of communities as Baltimore," said Hastings.

Rep. Denny HeckDennis (Denny) Lynn HeckExclusive: Guccifer 2.0 hacked memos expand on Pennsylvania House races Heck enjoys second political wind Incoming lawmaker feeling a bit overwhelmed MORE (Wash.) — Heck on June 11 said he will vote no: "We can do better." 

Rep. Brian Higgins (N.Y.)

Rep. Mike Honda (Calif.) — Facing a primary challenge.

Rep. Jared Huffman (Calif.)

Rep. Steve Israel (N.Y.)

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (N.Y.)

Rep. Hank Johnson (Ga.) — President Obama endorsed Johnson over primary challenger in 2014 cycle.

Rep. Marcy Kaptur (Ohio)

Rep. Bill Keating (Mass.) — Keating posted a video to his Facebook page on his opposition to fast track.

Rep. Joe Kennedy III (Mass.)

Rep. Dan Kildee (Mich.)

Rep. Ann KirkpatrickAnn KirkpatrickSurgeon who treated Gabby Giffords after shooting launches House bid in Arizona These House lawmakers aren't seeking reelection in 2022 Arizona state senator announces bid for Kirkpatrick's seat MORE (Ariz.) — Congresswoman is running for the Senate, seeking Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainCongress brings back corrupt, costly, and inequitably earmarks Trump knocks CNN for 'completely false' report Gaetz was denied meeting The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Tax March - Biden, lawmakers start down a road with infrastructure MORE's (R-Ariz.) seat.

Rep. Ann Kuster (N.H.)

Rep. Jim Langevin (R.I.) — “Congress has the responsibility to set trade policy, and ‘fast track’ procedures largely circumvent this important review,” he said in a statement.

Rep. John Larson (Conn.)

Rep. Brenda Lawrence (Mich.)

Rep. Barbara Lee (Calif.)

Rep. Sandy Levin (Mich.)

Rep. John Lewis (Ga.) — Lewis voted against TPA in committee. 

Rep. Ted Lieu (Calif.)

Rep. Dan Lipinski (Ill.)

Rep. Dave Loebsack (Iowa)

Rep. Alan Lowenthal (Calif.)

Rep. Nita Lowey (N.Y.)

Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (N.M.) — "I have long been opposed to Fast Track Authority for TPP," Lujan wrote in a May 11 Facebook post. Lujan is the chairman of the DCCC.

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham (N.M.)

Rep. Stephen Lynch (Mass.)

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (N.Y.)

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (N.Y.)

Rep. Betty McCollum (Minn.)

Rep. Jim McDermottJames (Jim) Adelbert McDermottSondland has 'no intention of resigning,' associate says Three women accuse Gordon Sondland of sexual misconduct Portland hotel chain founded by Trump ambassador says boycott is attack on employees MORE (Wash.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Jim McGovern (Mass.)

Rep. Jerry McNerney (Calif.)

Rep. Grace Meng (N.Y.)

Rep. Gwen MooreGwen Sophia MooreLawmakers urge IRS to boost outreach about tax credits for low-income Americans McMorris Rodgers floats vacating Speaker's chair over Democrat's in-person vote after COVID diagnosis House approves rules package for new Congress MORE (Wis.) — Moore is leaning no.

Rep. Patrick Murphy (Fla.) — “The Constitution grants Congress the authority to regulate trade, and it greatly concerns me that we are being asked to establish a framework for a deal that is almost done,” Murphy said in a statement, according to the Palm Beach Post. Murphy is running for the Senate.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.)

Rep. Grace Napolitano (Calif.)

Rep. Richard Neal (Mass.) — Neal told New England Public Radio he will likely vote against fast track.

Rep. Rick Nolan (Minn.) — GOP targeting Nolan in 2016.

Rep. Donald Norcross (N.J.)

Rep. Frank Pallone (N.J.)

Rep. Bill Pascrell (N.J.) — “These trade deals have sucked the air out of the room we call our nation,” Pascrell told The Hill.

Rep. Donald Payne (N.J.)

Rep. Chellie Pingree (Maine)

Rep. Mark PocanMark William PocanNIH reverses Trump administration's ban on fetal tissue research NIH to make announcement on fetal tissue research policy amid Trump-era restrictions Biden defense budget criticized by Republicans, progressives alike MORE (Wis.)

Rep. David Price (N.C.)

Rep. Charles Rangel (N.Y.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee. Rangel will retire at the end of this Congress. 

Rep. Cedric Richmond (La.) — Richmond is "leaning heavily no." Obama has reached out to him, Politico reported.

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (Calif.)

Rep. Dutch Ruppersburger (Md.)

Rep. Raul Ruiz (Calif.) 

Rep. Bobby Rush (Ill.)

Rep. Tim Ryan (Ohio)

Rep. Linda Sánchez (Calif.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee

Rep. Loretta Sánchez (Calif.) — Sánchez is running for the Senate.

Rep. John Sarbanes (Md.)

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (Ill.) — An ally of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffOvernight Defense: Administration says 'low to moderate confidence' Russia behind Afghanistan troop bounties | 'Low to medium risk' of Russia invading Ukraine in next few weeks | Intelligence leaders face sharp questions during House worldwide threats he Hillicon Valley: Biden administration sanctions Russia for SolarWinds hack, election interference Intelligence leaders face sharp questions during House worldwide threats hearing MORE (Calif.) — “I have not supported fast track authorities in the past, believing that Congress should preserve a role in shaping trade agreements, but was willing to hold off in light of representations that this would be a new type of authority,” Schiff said in a statement. “However, now that the legislation has been finalized and I have had time to fully review the bill, it is clear that TPA is little different from earlier variations of fast track and I will oppose it.”

Rep. Adam SmithDavid (Adam) Adam SmithDemocrats reintroduce bill to block US from using nuclear weapons first Progressive lawmakers press DHS chief on immigration detention Overnight Defense: Biden makes his Afghanistan decision MORESmith says the TPP would benefit corporations in announcing his opposition. Key loss for supporters of fast-track.

Rep. Bobby ScottRobert (Bobby) Cortez ScottDemocrats target Trump methane rule with Congressional Review Act Senators eye rollback of Trump methane rule with Congressional Review Act To Build Back Better, Biden must invest in modern apprenticeship system MORE (D-Va.)

Rep. David Scott (Ga.)

Rep. Jose Serrano (N.Y.)

Rep. Brad Sherman (Calif.)

Rep. Albio Sires (N.J.) — Voted for two of the three trade deals in 2011.

Rep. Louise Slaughter (N.Y.)

Rep. Jackie Speier (Calif.) 

Rep. Eric Swalwell (Calif.)

Rep. Mark Takai (Hawaii) — “Implementation of the same old fast track authority will severely limit Congress’ role in trade negotiations and puts millions of good-paying American jobs at risk. The U.S. economy does not need free trade, we need fair trade,” Takai said in a statement.

Rep. Mark Takano (Calif.)

Rep. Bennie Thompson (Miss.)

Rep. Mike Thompson (Calif.) — Voted against TPA in the Ways and Means Committee

Rep. Dina Titus (Nev.)

Rep. Paul Tonko (N.Y.)

Rep. Norma Torres (Calif.)

Rep. Niki Tsongas (Mass.) 

Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Md.) — Running for the Senate; backed the three 2011 trade deals.

Rep. Juan Vargas (Calif.)

Rep. Filemon Vela (Texas)

Rep. Nydia Velazquez (N.Y.)

Rep. Pete Visclosky (Ind.) 

Rep. Tim Walz (Minn.) 

Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (N.J.)

Rep. Peter WelchPeter Francis WelchDemocrats gear up for major push to lower drug prices Lawmakers debate role of prescription drugs and generics in health care costs The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by TikTok - Senate trial will have drama, but no surprise ending MORE (Vt.)

Rep. John YarmuthJohn Allen YarmuthDemocrats see political winner in tax fight McConnell knocks Kentucky Democrat over support for nixing filibuster Democrats vow to go 'bold' — with or without GOP MORE (Ky.)

 

DEMOCRATS – UNDECIDED OR UNCLEAR (32)

Rep. Alma Adams (N.C.) 

Rep. Karen BassKaren Ruth BassSunday shows preview: Russia, US exchange sanctions; tensions over policing rise; vaccination campaign continues Lawmakers demand justice for Adam Toledo: 'His hands were up. He was unarmed' Shocking killing renews tensions over police MORE (Calif.)

Rep. Joyce BeattyJoyce Birdson BeattyDemocrats debate timing and wisdom of reparations vote Biden's DOJ civil rights nominee faces sharp GOP criticism Congressional Black Caucus members post selfie celebrating first WH visit in four years MORE (Ohio) 

Rep. Julia BrownleyJulia Andrews BrownleyOvernight Defense: Tucker Carlson comments cause military rage | Capitol guard duty questioned | Vet who served in Marine One unit charged in insurrection Voters elected a record number of Black women to Congress this year — none were Republican House Democrats eyeing much broader Phase 3 stimulus MORE (Calif.)

Rep. Kathy Castor (Fla.) — Castor backed trio of trade deals with South Korea, Panama and Colombia in 2011.

Rep. Joaquin Castro (Texas) — Some have speculated Castro could be Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPelosi on power in DC: 'You have to seize it' Cuba readies for life without Castro Chelsea Clinton: Pics of Trump getting vaccinated would help him 'claim credit' MORE's running mate in 2016.

Rep. James Clyburn (S.C.) — Clyburn is the No. 3-ranked House Democrat and influential lawmaker in the Congressional Black Caucus. 

Rep. Steve Cohen (Tenn.)

Rep. Jim Cooper (Tenn.) — Cooper signed a letter offering support for fast-track but has yet to endorse the deal.

Rep. Jim Costa (Calif.) — “If the Senate votes out a package this week, I hope we’ll have an opportunity to look at that, and, yes, I would like to be in a position to vote for it,” he told Politico in an interview in May, but has since expressed reservations.

Rep. Susan Davis (Calif.) — Voted for fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Anna Eshoo (Calif.) — Ally of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) who backed two of the three trade deals in 2011.

Rep. Bill FosterGeorge (Bill) William FosterLawmakers demand justice for Adam Toledo: 'His hands were up. He was unarmed' Lawmakers say manufacturers are in better position to handle future pandemics Lawmakers grill NSA on years-old breach in the wake of massive Russian hack MORE (Ill.)

Rep. Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenBipartisan lawmakers call for action on anti-hate crime measures House Democrat sits on Capitol steps to protest extremist threat Biden pledges support for Texas amid recovery from winter storm MORE (Texas) 

Rep. Rubén Hinojosa (Texas) — Voted for fast-track in 2002 and supported two of the three trade deals passed in 2011.

Rep. Steny Hoyer (Md.) — "I've not yet made a decision on what I'm going to do. There's still a bit of time to go and developments to occur," the House minority whip told Politico.  Hoyer backed all three trade deals in 2011, but opposed fast-track in 2002.

Rep. Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson LeeDemocrats debate timing and wisdom of reparations vote House panel approves bill to set up commission on reparations Race debate grips Congress MORE (Texas)

Rep. Robin Kelly (Ill.)

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (Calif.) — Lofgren told The Hill she is “still looking at” the emerging TPP agreement. “It's so secret that I have not yet been able to read it all. You go down to the basement, it's only opened occasionally,” she said. “So it takes a long time. I mean, I went through a quarter of a section and it took me two hours. And so I'm not going to vote for something I haven't read. … If I can't read it, I can't vote for it. But I'm trying to get it read."

Rep. Doris Matsui (Calif.) — Key swing vote on fast-track. The congresswoman's late husband, Rep. Bob Matsui (D-Calif.), backed some trade deals.

Rep. Seth Moulton (Mass.) — Every other member of the Massachusetts congressional delegation is against fast-track. Moulton defeated then-Rep. John Tierney (D-Mass.) in the primary last year.

Rep. Beto O’Rourke (Texas) — Obama wants his vote. The president was recently interviewed on trade in O'Rourke's district. Meanwhile, anti-fast-track activists have also targeted O'Rourke.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) — The House minority leader not taken a public position though some of her close allies are firmly against fast-track. She said that Republicans need to come up with 200 votes for fast-track.

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (Colo.)

Rep. Scott Peters (Calif.) — Labor groups threatened to spend $1 million against Peters’ reelection bid if the swing-district Democrat votes for the trade bill, Politico reported. Peters is a top GOP target in 2016.

Rep. Collin Peterson (Minn.) — Centrist Democrat backed two of the three trade deals in 2011.

Rep. Terri SewellTerrycina (Terri) Andrea SewellRep. Terri Sewell declines to run for Senate in Alabama Amazon union battle comes to Washington GOP leader to try to force Swalwell off panel MORE (Ala.) — Supported two of the three trade deals in 2011. Sewell is seeking provisions to protect steel workers.

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.)

Rep. Marc Veasey (Texas)

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla.) — DNC chairwoman voted for all three 2011 trade deals.

Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.)

Rep. Frederica WilsonFrederica Patricia WilsonCongressional Black Caucus members post selfie celebrating first WH visit in four years Rep. Frederica Wilson shares her famous hat collection with Netflix Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings dies at 84 MORE (Fla.)