Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
And here they are...
A remarkable U.S. map graphic (see below) shows an interesting coincidence in where most of these Republican members who voted to block the declaration are from, eleven (11) being close to the northern U.S. border.
Arizona members voted along party lines: five DEMs to four REPs.
via New York Times
AZ Representatives voting "Nay," which is a vote backing POTUS/CINC:
AZ Representatives voting "Yea," which is a vote challenging POTUS/CINC:
See the final results for roll call HERE
Voting to block the National Security Emergency on the surface it is just a political pandering vote. I hold the view that the President is on solid constitutional ground.
I also have taken note that if they truly believe that this is over reach by a President then why does not Congress take legislative action to address retaining the power of the legislative branch unto themselves?
This is about political theater
Post now updated to reflect which AZ Representatives vote for and against.
Everyone, save the lists. Before the next election, spread it to everyone you know and this will the last term in office for all of them. Don't warn these traitors ahead of time, don't send them nasty emails. Just vote them out.