Bailout bill fails in House. How did New Jersey’s delegation vote?

The emergency $700 billion bailout plan failed in the House this afternoon.

The final count was 228 against the bill to 205 in favor of it.

And reflective of the national picture, New Jersey’s House delegation was almost evenly split on how they voted on the bill, going against it 7-6.

The two New Jersey Republicans who voted for the bill are both retiring at the end of this year. Democrats, however, were split 4-3.

Below is the New Jersey roll call.

 

YES

Rush Holt (D-Princeton)

Frank Pallone (D-Long Branch)

Rob Andrews (D-Haddon Heights)

Albio Sires (D-West New York)

Mike Ferguson (R-Warren)

Jim Saxton (R-Mount Holly)

 

NO

E. Scott Garrett (R-Wantage)

Chris Smith (R-Hamilton)

Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-Morristown)

Frank LoBiondo (R-Vineland)

Steve Rothman (D-Fair Lawn)

Bill Pascrell (D-Paterson)

Donald Payne (D-Newark)

Bailout bill fails in House.  How did New Jersey’s delegation vote?