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Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted January 7, 2023
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Hawaii Congressional Delegation

from GovTrack.us, Jan 7, 2023

Jan 3, 2023 — Elections and Offices

Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele [D-HI2, 2021-2022] leaves office as Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district

Rep. Jill Tokuda [D-HI2] sworn in as Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district

 

Jan 3, 2023 12:28 p.m. — Vote

Call By States

Result: Passed

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Present

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Present

 

Jan 3, 2023 1:39 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the first of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 3, 2023 3:16 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the second of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 3, 2023 4:55 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the third of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen. After this vote, representatives voted to adjourn for the day before voting again.

 

Jan 4, 2023 1:12 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the fourth of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 4, 2023 2:40 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the fifth of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 4, 2023 4:19 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the sixth of several votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen. After this vote, representatives voted to adjourn for the day before voting again.

 

Jan 4, 2023 8:21 p.m. — Vote

On Motion to Adjourn

Passed 216/214

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Nay

After six failed votes to elect a Speaker of the House, Republicans adjourned the chamber to attempt to rally behind a single nominee. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes in all six attempts, it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all but split between several nominees. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 5, 2023 1:16 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the seventh of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 5, 2023 3:01 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the eighth of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 5, 2023 4:29 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the ninth of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 5, 2023 5:52 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 10th of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 5, 2023 7:32 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: Jeffries

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 11th of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Although the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes it was less than the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker because Republicans held more seats in all. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen. After this vote, representatives voted to adjourn for the day before voting again.

 

Jan 5, 2023 8:03 p.m. — Vote

On Motion to Adjourn

Passed 219/213

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Nay

 

Jan 6, 2023 1:46 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: McCarthy

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 12th of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. The nominee with the most votes, Republican Rep. McCarthy, did not reach the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker. In the previous 11 votes, the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes but also less than the majority threshold. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 6, 2023 2:55 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: McCarthy

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 13th of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. The nominee with the most votes in this and the previous vote, Republican Rep. McCarthy, did not reach the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker. In the preceding 11 votes, the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes but also less than the majority threshold. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 6, 2023 3:35 p.m. — Vote

On Motion to Adjourn

Passed 220/212

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Nay

 

Jan 6, 2023 11:07 p.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: McCarthy

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 14th of a series of votes by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. The nominee with the most votes, Republican Rep. McCarthy, did not reach the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker. In most of the preceding votes, the Democrats' nominee Rep. Jeffries received the most votes but also less than the majority threshold. By tradition, legislative business cannot begin until a Speaker is chosen.

 

Jan 6, 2023 11:40 p.m. — Vote

On Motion to Adjourn

Failed 155/279

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Nay

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Nay

 

Jan 7, 2023 12:34 a.m. — Vote

Election of the Speaker

Result: McCarthy

Rep. Case [D-HI1]: Jeffries

Rep. Tokuda [D-HI2]: Jeffries

This was the 15th and final vote by representatives to elect the Speaker of the House. Republican Rep. McCarthy reached the majority threshold needed to choose a Speaker with 216 Republicans voting for him and 6 Republicans abstaining from the vote. In all 15 votes, all 212 Democrats voted for their nominee Rep. Jeffries.

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