The unfinished business is the vote on the motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill (H.R. 2422) to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 45 Bay Street, Suite 2, in Staten Island, New York, as the ``Sergeant Angel Mendez Post Office,'' on which the yeas and nays were ordered.
The Clerk read the title of the bill.
The question is on the motion offered by the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Farenthold) that the House suspend the rules and pass the bill.
This is a 5-minute vote.
The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--yeas 390, nays 0, not voting 43, as follows:
[Roll No. 839] YEAS--390 Ackerman Adams Aderholt Akin Alexander Altmire Amash Amodei Andrews Austria Baca Bachus Baldwin Barletta Barrow Bartlett Barton (TX) Bass (CA) Bass (NH) Becerra Benishek Berg Berkley Berman Biggert Bilbray Bilirakis Bishop (GA) Bishop (NY) Bishop (UT) Black Blackburn Bonner Bono Mack Boren Boswell Boustany Brady (PA) Braley (IA) Brooks Brown (FL) Buchanan Bucshon Buerkle Burgess Burton (IN) Calvert Camp Campbell Canseco Cantor Capito Capps Capuano Carney Carson (IN) Carter Cassidy Castor (FL) Chabot Chaffetz Chandler Chu Cicilline Clarke (MI) Clarke (NY) Clay Cleaver Clyburn Coble Coffman (CO) Cohen Cole Conaway Connolly (VA) Conyers Cooper Costa Courtney Cravaack Crawford Crenshaw Critz Crowley Cuellar Cummings Davis (CA) Davis (IL) Davis (KY) DeFazio DeLauro Denham Dent DesJarlais Deutch Dicks Doggett Dold Doyle Dreier Duffy Duncan (SC) Duncan (TN) Edwards Ellison Ellmers Emerson Engel Eshoo Farenthold Farr Fattah Fincher Fitzpatrick Flake Fleischmann Fleming Flores Forbes Foxx Frank (MA) Franks (AZ) Frelinghuysen Fudge Gallegly Garamendi Garrett Gerlach Gibbs Gibson Gingrey (GA) Gohmert Gonzalez Goodlatte Gosar Gowdy Granger Graves (GA) Graves (MO) Green, Al Green, Gene Griffin (AR) Griffith (VA) Grimm Guinta Guthrie Hahn Hall Hanabusa Hanna Harper Harris Hartzler Hastings (FL) Hastings (WA) Hayworth Heck Heinrich Hensarling Herger Herrera Beutler Higgins Himes Hinchey Hinojosa Hochul Holden Holt Honda Hoyer Huelskamp Huizenga (MI) Hultgren Hunter Hurt Israel Issa Jackson (IL) Jackson Lee (TX) Jenkins Johnson (IL) Johnson (OH) Johnson, E. B. Johnson, Sam Jones Jordan Kaptur Keating Kelly Kildee Kind King (IA) King (NY) Kingston Kinzinger (IL) Kissell Kline Kucinich Labrador Lamborn Lance Landry Langevin Lankford Larsen (WA) Larson (CT) Latham LaTourette Latta Lee (CA) Levin Lewis (CA) LoBiondo Loebsack Lofgren, Zoe Long Lowey Lucas Luetkemeyer Lummis Lungren, Daniel E. Lynch Mack Maloney Manzullo Marchant Marino Markey Matheson Matsui McCarthy (CA) McCaul McClintock McCollum McCotter McDermott McGovern McHenry McIntyre McKeon McMorris Rodgers McNerney Meehan Meeks Mica Michaud Miller (FL) Miller (MI) Miller (NC) Miller, Gary Miller, George Moore Mulvaney Murphy (PA) Myrick Nadler Napolitano Neal Neugebauer Noem Nugent Nunes Nunnelee Olson Olver Owens Palazzo Pallone Pascrell Pastor (AZ) Paulsen Payne Pearce Pelosi Pence Perlmutter Peters Peterson Petri Pitts Platts Polis Pompeo Posey Price (GA) Price (NC) Quayle Quigley Rahall Rangel Reed Rehberg Reichert Renacci Reyes Ribble Richardson Rigell Rivera Roby Roe (TN) Rogers (AL) Rogers (KY) Rogers (MI) Rohrabacher Rooney Ros-Lehtinen Roskam Ross (AR) Ross (FL) Rothman (NJ) Roybal-Allard Royce Runyan Ruppersberger Rush Ryan (WI) Sanchez, Linda T. Sanchez, Loretta Scalise Schakowsky Schiff Schilling Schmidt Schrader Schwartz Schweikert Scott (SC) Scott (VA) Scott, Austin Scott, David Sensenbrenner Serrano Sessions Sewell Sherman Shimkus Shuler Shuster Sires Slaughter Smith (NE) Smith (NJ) Smith (TX) Smith (WA) Southerland Stark Stearns Stivers Stutzman Sullivan Sutton Terry Thompson (CA) Thompson (MS) Thompson (PA) Thornberry Tipton Tonko Towns Tsongas Turner (NY) Upton Van Hollen Velazquez Visclosky Walberg Walden Walsh (IL) Walz (MN) Wasserman Schultz Waters Watt Waxman Webster Welch West Westmoreland Wilson (FL) Wilson (SC) Wittman Wolf Womack Woodall Woolsey Yarmuth Yoder Young (AK) Young (FL) Young (IN) NOT VOTING--43 Bachmann Blumenauer Brady (TX) Broun (GA) Butterfield Cardoza Carnahan Costello Culberson DeGette Diaz-Balart Dingell Donnelly (IN) Filner Fortenberry Gardner Giffords Grijalva Gutierrez Hirono Inslee Johnson (GA) Lewis (GA) Lipinski Lujan McCarthy (NY) McKinley Moran Murphy (CT) Paul Pingree (ME) Poe (TX) Richmond Rokita Ryan (OH) Sarbanes Schock Simpson Speier Tiberi Tierney Turner (OH) Whitfield Announcement by the Speaker Pro Tempore
There is 1 minute remaining.
So (two-thirds being in the affirmative) the rules were suspended and the bill was passed.
The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.
A motion to reconsider was laid on the table.
Mr. Speaker, on rollcall 839, I was away from the Capitol due to prior commitments to my constituents. Had I been present, I would have voted ``yea.''
Mr. Speaker, I was unavoidably absent for votes in the House Chamber today. Had I been present, I would have voted ``yea'' on rollcall votes 837, 838 and 839.
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