A Checklist of the 46 U.S. Senators Who Voted Against Sensible Gun Control Law

Senators voted against gun control A checklist of US senators who voted against gun control
  • Dean Heller. Republican from Nevada. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $42,247 Office phone: 202–224–6244. Twitter handle: @SenDeanHeller.

  • John Barrasso. Republican from Wyoming. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $26,349. Office phone: 202–224–6441. Twitter handle: @SenJohnBarrasso.

  • Ted Cruz. Republican from Texas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $24,929. Office phone: (202) 224–5922. Twitter handle: @TedCruz

  • Roy Blunt. Republican from Missouri. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $23,435. Office phone: (202) 224–5721. Twitter handle: @RoyBlunt

  • Roger Wicker. Republican from Mississippi. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $21,350. Office phone: (202) 224–6253. Twitter handle: @SenatorWicker

  • Rob Portman: Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting:$19,900. Office phone: 202–224–3353. Twitter handle:@PortmanPress

  • Mitch McConnell. Republican from Kentucky. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $18,900. Office phone: (202) 224–2541. Twitter handle: @McConnellPress

  • James Risch. Republican from Idaho. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $18,850. Office phone: 202–224–2752. Twitter handle: @SenatorRisch

  • Richard Burr. Republican from North Carolina. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $16,900. Office phone: (202) 224–3154. Twitter handle: @SenatorBurr

  • James Inhofe. Republican from Oklahoma. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $16,400. Office phone: (202) 224–4721. Twitter handle: @InhofePress

  • John Cornyn. Republican from Texas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $15,950. Office phone: 202–224 2934. Twitter handle: @JohnCornyn

  • John Boozman. Republican from Arkansas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $14,985. Office phone: (202) 224–4843. Twitter handle @JohnBoozman

  • Jeff Flake. Republican from Arizona. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $14,950. Office phone: 202–224–4521. Twitter handle: @JeffFlake

  • John Thune. Republican from South Dakota. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $13,500. Office phone: (202) 224–2321. Twitter handle: @SenJohnThune

  • Jerry Moran. Republican from Kansas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $13,450. Office phone:(202) 224–6521. Twitter handle: @JerryMoran

  • Pat Roberts. Republican from Kansas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $11,950. Office phone: (202) 224–4774. Twitter handle: @SenPatRoberts

  • Mike Crapo. Republican from Idaho. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $11,450 Office phone: (202) 224–6142. Twitter Handle @MikeCrapo

  • Lindsey Graham. Republican from South Carolina. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $11,400 Office phone: (202) 224–5972. Twitter handle: @LindseyGrahamSC

  • John Hoeven. Republican from North Dakota. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $10,950 Office phone: 202–224–2551. Twitter handle: @SenJohnHoeven

  • Ron Johnson: Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $10,950 Office phone: (202) 224–5323. Twitter handle: @SenRonJohnson

  • Lamar Alexander. Republican from Tennessee. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $10,900 Office phone:(615) 736–5129. Twitter handle: @SenAlexander

  • Lisa Murkowski. Republican from Alaska. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $10,058. Office phone: 202–224–6665. Twitter handle: @lisamurkowski

  • Jeff Sessions. Republican from Alabama. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $9,450 Office phone: (202) 224–4124. Twitter handle: @SenatorSessions

  • Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $9,450 Office phone: (202) 224–5744. Twitter handle: @SenShelby

  • Kelly Ayotte: Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $9,000 Office phone: 202–224–3324. Twitter handle: @KellyAyotte

  • Orrin Hatch. Republican from Utah. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $9,000 Office phone: (202) 224–5251. Twitter handle: @SenOrrinHatch

  • Harry Reid. Democrat from Nevada. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $8,450 - Office phone: 202–224–3542. Twitter handle: @SenatorReid

  • Marco Rubio. Republican from Florida. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $8,089. Office phone: 202–224–3041. Twitter handle: @marcorubio

  • Deb Fischer. Republican from Nebraska. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $7,950 (202) 224–6551. Twitter handle: @SenatorFischer

  • Johnny Isakson. Republican from Georgia. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $7,500. Office phone: (202) 224–3643. Twitter handle: @SenatorIsakson

  • Bob Corker. Republican from Tennessee. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $6,950. Office phone: 202–224–3344. Twitter handle: @SenBobCorker

  • Chuck Grassley. Republican from Iowa. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $6,950 Office phone: (202) 224–5136. Twitter handle: @ChuckGrassley

  • Rand Paul. Republican from Kentucky. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $6,671. 202–224–4343. Twitter handle: @RandPaul

  • Mike Enzi. Republican from Wyoming. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting:$5,950. Office phone: (202) 224–3424. Twitter handle: @SenatorEnzi

  • Mike Lee. Republican from Utah. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $5,500 Office phone: 202–224–5444. Twitter handle: @SenMikeLee

  • Tim Scott. Republican from South Carolina. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $5,500. Office phone: (202) 224–6121. Twitter handle: @SenatorTimScott

  • David Vitter. Republican from Louisiana. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $5,003. Office phone: (202) 224–4623. Twitter handle: @SenThadCochran

  • Thad Cochran. Republican from Mississippi. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $5,000. 202–224–5054. Twitter handle: @SenThadCochran

  • Dan Coats. Republican from Indiana. No money accepted from gun industry at time of voting. Office phone: (202) 224–5623. Twitter handle: @SenDanCoats

  • Heidi Heitkamp. Democratic Non-Partisan Party Member from North Dakota. No money accepted from gun industry at time of voting. Office phone: (202)224–2043. Twitter handle: @SenatorHeitkamp

  • Saxby Chambliss. Republican from Georgia. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $24,850. Replaced by Republican David Perdue. Phone. 202–224–3521. Twitter handle: @sendavidperdue

  • Max Baucus. Democrat from Montana. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $7,950. Replaced by Republican Steve Daines. (202) 224–2651. Twitter handle: Steve Daines

  • Mike Johanns. Republican from Nebraska. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $6,950. Replaced by Republican Ben Sasse. 202–224–4224. Twitter handle: Senator Ben Sasse

  • Tom Coburn. Republican from Oklahoma. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $4,053. Replaced by Republican James Lankford. (202) 224–5754. Twitter handle :@senatorlankford

  • Mark Pryor. Democrat from Arkansas. Money accepted from gun industry at time of voting: $2,000. Replaced by Republican Tom Cotton.Phone: (202) 224–2353. Twitter handle: Tom Cotton

  • Mark Begich. Democrat from Alaska. No money accepted from gun industry at time of voting. Replaced by Republican Dan Sullivan. Phone:(202)-224–3004. Twitter handle: @SenDanSullivan

This checklist was created by shannoncoulter

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