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Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted January 9, 2021
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From GovTrack.us, January 9, 2021

Jan 3, 2021 — Elections and Offices

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard [D-HI2, 2013-2020] leaves office as Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele takes office as Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district

 

Jan 3, 2021 1:24 p.m. — Vote

Call By States

Result: Passed

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Present

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]: Present

At the start of each Congress, the House Clerk begins by establishing a quorum of representatives-elect.

 

 

Jan 3, 2021 5:50 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Pelosi

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Pelosi

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]: Pelosi

 

Jan 3, 2021 6:34 p.m. — Vote

H.Res. 1: Authorizing and directing the Speaker to administer the oath of office.

Passed 371/2

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 4, 2021 11:25 a.m. — Vote

On Motion to Table the Motion to Postpone to a Day Certain: H.Res. 8: Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred Seventeenth ...

Passed 214/204

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 4, 2021 12:18 p.m. — Vote

Table Motion to Refer: H RES 8 Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives for the One Hundred Seventeenth Congress, and for other purposes

Passed 214/196

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 4, 2021 3:02 p.m. — Vote

On Ordering the Previous Question: H.Res. 8: Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred Seventeenth ...

Passed 217/204

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 4, 2021 3:51 p.m. — Vote

On Motion to Commit with Instructions: H.Res. 8: Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred Seventeenth ...

Failed 203/217

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Nay

 

Jan 4, 2021 4:49 p.m. — Vote

H.Res. 8: Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred Seventeenth Congress, and for other purposes.

Passed 217/206

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 5, 2021 1:43 p.m. — Vote

H.R. 22: Congressional Budget Justification Transparency Act of 2021

Passed 412/2

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Yea

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Yea

 

Jan 6, 2021 9:58 p.m. — Vote

On the Objection (Shall the Objection Submitted by the Gentleman from Arizona, Mr. Gosar, and the Senator from Texas, Mr. Cruz, and Others Be Sustained?)

Objection Not Sustained 6/93

Sen. Hirono [D-HI]: Nay

Sen. Schatz [D-HI]: Nay

This was a vote to exclude Arizona from the 2020 presidential election.

The final step in the election of President of the United States is the counting of the Electoral College votes by a joint session of Congress on January 6 following Election Day to determine which candidate held a majority of votes. This step has been perfunctory for nearly the entire history of the country as the role of Congress under the Constitution is merely to count the votes sent by the states, with the administration of the election left to each state. During the counting on January 6, a representative and a senator together may lodge an objection to counting one or more Electoral College votes. The objection ...

 

 

Jan 6, 2021 11:08 p.m. — Vote

On Agreeing to the Objection

Failed 121/303

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Nay

This was a vote to exclude Arizona from the 2020 presidential election.

The final step in the election of President of the United States is the counting of the Electoral College votes by a joint session of Congress on January 6 following Election Day to determine which candidate held a majority of votes. This step has been perfunctory for nearly the entire history of the country as the role of Congress under the Constitution is merely to count the votes sent by the states, with the administration of the election left to each state. During the counting on January 6, a representative and a senator together may lodge an objection to counting one or more Electoral College votes. The objection ...

 

 

Jan 7, 2021 12:30 a.m. — Vote

On the Objection (Shall the Objection Submitted by the Gentleman from Pennsylvania, Mr. Perry, and the Senator from Missouri, Mr. Hawley, Be Sustained?)

Objection Not Sustained 7/92

Sen. Hirono [D-HI]: Nay

Sen. Schatz [D-HI]: Nay

This was a vote to exclude Pennsylvania from the 2020 presidential election.

The final step in the election of President of the United States is the counting of the Electoral College votes by a joint session of Congress on January 6 following Election Day to determine which candidate held a majority of votes. This step has been perfunctory for nearly the entire history of the country as the role of Congress under the Constitution is merely to count the votes sent by the states, with the administration of the election left to each state. During the counting on January 6, a representative and a senator together may lodge an objection to counting one or more Electoral College votes. The objection ...

 

 

Jan 7, 2021 3:08 a.m. — Vote

On Agreeing to the Objection

Failed 138/282

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2]Nay

This was a vote to exclude Pennsylvania from the 2020 presidential election.

The final step in the election of President of the United States is the counting of the Electoral College votes by a joint session of Congress on January 6 following Election Day to determine which candidate held a majority of votes. This step has been perfunctory for nearly the entire history of the country as the role of Congress under the Constitution is merely to count the votes sent by the states, with the administration of the election left to each state. During the counting on January 6, a representative and a senator together may lodge an objection to counting one or more Electoral College votes. The objection ...

 

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