Did your House member vote for Boehner? If so, who's primarying him?

President Barack Obama talks with House Speaker John Boehner and his wife Debbie Boehner during the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies tea in the Blue Room of the White House, Jan. 21, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, advertisements, emails, products, promotions that in any way suggests approval or endorsement of the President, the First Family, or the White House.

The 2015 House election for Speaker was historic. It was the first since 1925* in which more than one declared candidate from the same party received votes. [mc_name name=’Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’B000589′ ] received 216 votes, other Republicans (including declared candidates [mc_name name=’Rep. Daniel Webster (R-FL)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’W000806′ ], [mc_name name=’Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’G000552′ ], and [mc_name name=’Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’Y000065′ ]) received 24. [mc_name name=’Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’P000197′ ] got 164 votes, other Democrats 2, and Colin Powell one.

That was a huge improvement over the disappointing results in the 2013 vote of the #FireBoehner movement. It’s up to the voters to demand more progress. Who did your member vote for?


President Barack Obama talks with House Speaker [mc_name name='Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)' chamber='house' mcid='B000589' ] and his wife Debbie Boehner during the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies tea in the Blue Room of the White House, Jan. 21, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, advertisements, emails, products, promotions that in any way suggests approval or endorsement of the President, the First Family, or the White House.

A run for Congress is no small thing, and a run for Congress against an incumbent is even tougher. There are resources to help a would-be candidate ([mc_name name=’Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’B001283′ ] himself got American Majority training, an example of a group that does good work and has presented at RedState Gatherings in the past), but it’s better to plan sooner than later.

Now is the time to start finding out who is running for Congress, in other words. Now is also the time to know if your member of Congress deserves to get a conservative challenger. All the Democrats do, of course. Of the Republicans, here’s some help.

This is a table of which Republicans voted for whom, conveniently highlighted to separate the Boehner voters, the non-Boehner voters, and the non-voters.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
1
Boehner Webster (FL) Gohmert Yoho Jordan Duncan (SC) [mc_name name=’Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’P000603′ ] Gowdy McCarthy [mc_name name=’Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’S001141′ ] PRESENT NOT VOTING
2
Abraham X
3
Aderholt X
4
Allen X
5
Amash X
6
Amodei X
7
Babin X
8
Barletta X
9
Barr X
10
Barton X
11
Benishek X
12
Bilirakis X
13
Bishop (MI) X
14
Bishop (UT) X
15
Black X
16
Blackburn X
17
Blum X
18
Boehner X
19
Bost X
20
Boustany X
21
Brady (TX) X
22
Brat X
23
Bridenstine X
24
Brooks (AL) X
25
Brooks (IN) X
26
Buchanan X
27
Buck X
28
Bucshon X
29
Burgess X
30
Byrne X
31
Calvert X
32
Carter (GA) X
33
Carter (TX) X
34
Chabot X
35
Chaffetz X
36
Clawson (FL) X
37
Coffman X
38
Cole X
39
Collins (GA) X
40
Collins (NY) X
41
Comstock X
42
Conaway X
43
Cook X
44
Costello (PA) X
45
Cramer X
46
Crawford X
47
Crenshaw X
48
Culberson X
49
Curbelo (FL) X
50
Davis, Rodney X
51
Denham X
52
Dent X
53
DeSantis X
54
DesJarlais X
55
Diaz-Balart X
56
Dold X
57
Duffy X
58
Duncan (SC) X
59
Duncan (TN) X
60
Ellmers X
61
Emmer X
62
Farenthold X
63
Fincher X
64
Fitzpatrick X
65
Fleischmann X
66
Fleming X
67
Flores X
68
Forbes X
69
Fortenberry X
70
Foxx X
71
Franks (AZ) X
72
Frelinghuysen X
73
Garrett X
74
Gibbs X
75
Gibson X
76
Gohmert X
77
Goodlatte X
78
Gosar X
79
Gowdy X
80
Granger X
81
Graves (GA) X
82
Graves (LA) X
83
Graves (MO) X
84
Griffith X
85
Grothman X
86
Guinta X
87
Guthrie X
88
Hanna X
89
Hardy X
90
Harper X
91
Harris X
92
Hartzler X
93
Heck (NV) X
94
Hensarling X
95
Herrera Beutler X
96
Hice (GA) X
97
Hill X
98
Holding X
99
Hudson X
100
Huelskamp X
101
Huizenga (MI) X
102
Hultgren X
103
Hunter X
104
Hurd (TX) X
105
Hurt (VA) X
106
Issa X
107
Jenkins (KS) X
108
Jenkins (WV) X
109
Johnson (OH) X
110
Johnson, Sam X
111
Jolly X
112
Jones X
113
Jordan X
114
Joyce X
115
Katko X
116
Kelly (PA) X
117
King (IA) X
118
King (NY) X
119
Kinzinger (IL) X
120
Kline X
121
Knight X
122
Labrador X
123
LaMalfa X
124
Lamborn X
125
Lance X
126
Latta X
127
LoBiondo X
128
Long X
129
Loudermilk X
130
Love X
131
Lucas X
132
Luetkemeyer X
133
Lummis X
134
MacArthur X
135
Marchant X
136
Marino X
137
Massie X
138
McCarthy X
139
McCaul X
140
McClintock X
141
McHenry X
142
McKinley X
143
McMorris Rodgers X
144
McSally X
145
Meadows X
146
Meehan X
147
Messer X
148
Mica X
149
Miller (FL) X
150
Miller (MI) X
151
Moolenaar X
152
Mooney (WV) X
153
Mullin X
154
Mulvaney X
155
Murphy (PA) X
156
Neugebauer X
157
Newhouse X
158
Noem X
159
Nugent X
160
Nunes X
161
Nunnelee X
162
Olson X
163
Palazzo X
164
Palmer X
165
Paulsen X
166
Pearce X
167
Perry X
168
Pittenger X
169
Pitts X
170
Poe (TX) X
171
Posey X
172
Poliquin X
173
Pompeo X
174
Price (GA) X
175
Ratcliffe X
176
Reed X
177
Reichert X
178
Renacci X
179
Ribble X
180
Rice (SC) X
181
Rigell X
182
Roby X
183
Roe (TN) X
184
Rogers (AL) X
185
Rogers (KY) X
186
Rohrabacher X
187
Rokita X
188
Rooney (FL) X
189
Ros-Lehtinen X
190
Roskam X
191
Ross X
192
Rothfus X
193
Rouzer X
194
Royce X
195
Russell X
196
Ryan (WI) X
197
Salmon X
198
Sanford X
199
Scalise X
200
Schock X
201
Schweikert X
202
Scott, Austin X
203
Sensenbrenner X
204
Sessions X
205
Shimkus X
206
Shuster X
207
Simpson X
208
Smith (MO) X
209
Smith (NE) X
210
Smith (NJ) X
211
Smith (TX) X
212
Stefanik X
213
Stewart X
214
Stivers X
215
Stutzman X
216
Thompson (PA) X
217
Thornberry X
218
Tiberi X
219
Tipton X
220
Trott X
221
Turner X
222
Upton X
223
Valadao X
224
Wagner X
225
Walberg X
226
Walden X
227
Walker X
228
Walorski X
229
Walters, Mimi X
230
Weber (TX) X
231
Webster (FL) X
232
Wenstrup X
233
Westerman X
234
Westmoreland X
235
Whitfield X
236
Williams X
237
Wilson (SC) X
238
Wittman X
239
Womack X
240
Woodall X
241
Yoder X
242
Yoho X
243
Young (AK) X
244
Young (IA) X
245
Young (IN) X
246
Zeldin X
247
Zinke X

The establishment is looking down this list, finding the blue names, and getting challengers for them. Are you fighting back?

* According to the Congressional Research Service, in 1925 Henry Cooper, Republican of Wisconsin, contested against elected Speaker Nicholas Longworth. This was Republican infighting that led to the creation of the Progressive Party.