19 Nov 2005

I’ve Got a Little List


H RES 571 RECORDED VOTE 18-Nov-2005 11:33 PM
QUESTION: On Agreeing to the Resolution
BILL TITLE: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the deployment of United States forces in Iraq be terminated immediately

—- AYES 3 —

Cynthia McKinney- representing the 4th District of Georgia, comprising most of DeKalb and the Southwest portion of Gwinett Counties.

Jose Serrano – representing the 16th District of New York, comprising most of the South Bronx.

Robert Wexler -representing the 19th District of Florida, comprising portions of Palm Beach and Broward Counties.


Mike Capuano – representing the 8th District of Massachusetts, comprising the towns of Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, and 70% of Boston.

William Lacy Clay Jr. – representing the 1st District of Missouri, comprising portions of St. Louis.

Maurice Hinchey – representing the 22nd District of New York: Binghamton, Newburgh, and the Catskills – Broome, comprising all or portions of Duchess, Orange, Sullivan, Tioga, Tompkins, and Ulster Counties.

Jim McDermott – representing the 7th District of Washington -comprising King County and including Seattle, Vashon Island, and parts of Shoreline, Tukwila, SeaTac, and Burien.

Jerrold Nadler – representing the 8th District of New York, comprising a spectacular gerrymander: most of Manhattan’s Upper West Side, and most parts of Clinton, Chelsea, SoHo, Greenwich Village, TriBeCa, and Downtown Manhattan; and in Brooklyn: parts of Boro Park, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Coney Island, Brighton Beach, Gravesend, Dyker Heights, Bath Beach, and Seagate.

Major R. Owens – representing the 11th District of New York, comprising all or portions of the East Flatbush, Park Slope, Crown Heights, and Brownsville neighborhoods in Brooklyn.


Hinchey, at least, represents a largely non-rich liberal, non-inner city minority district. He ought to be vulnerable. Woodstock shouldn’t be able to out-vote the rest of New York’s 22nd District.


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