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The United States House on Tuesday approved a Senate proposal to end the 16-day partial government shutdown in a 285-144 vote. Here’s a look at how North Carolina’s senators and representatives voted on the measure.

The 18 westernmost counties of the state are represented by Sen. Richard Burr (R), Sen. Kay Hagan (D), Rep. Mark Meadows (R), Rep. Patrick McHenry (10) and Rep. Virginia Foxx (R).

Representative

  District

Party

Vote

G.K. Butterfield

1

D

Yea

Renee Ellmers

2

R

Nay

Walter Jones

3

R

Nay

David Price

4

D

Yea

Virginia Foxx

5

R

Nay

Howard Coble

6

R

Yea

Mike McIntyre

7

D

Yea

Richard Hudson

8

R

Nay

Robert Pittenger

9

R

Yea

Patrick McHenry

10

R

Yea

Mark Meadows

11

R

Nay

Mel Watt

12

D

Yea

George Holding

13

R

Nay

Both of North Carolina’s senators — Sen. Richard Burr (R) and Sen. Kay Hagan (D) — voted in favor of the bill.

Peggy Manning

Peggy Manning is a contributing reporter for Carolina Public Press. Contact her at pntmoody@bellsouth.net.

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