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The Dems Who Voted No On Health Care -- And The Key Numbers From Their Home Districts

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So here is our handy data reference -- who the Democrats in question, which presidential candidate carried each district in 2008 and by how much, and other key information such as freshman status, or whether they are retiring or running for another office. We have organized them according to the Cook Partisan Voting Index, which is compiled by taking a district's votes in the last two presidential election, and comparing that average to how many more points they vote Democratic or Republican compared to the nationl average:



MemberDistrict2008 WinnerMarginCook PVIStatus
Davis, ArturAL-07Obama71%-29%D+18Running For Governor
LipinskiIL-03Obama64%-35%D+11
LynchMA-09Obama60%-38%D+11
BarrowGA-12Obama54%-45%D+1
AdlerNJ-03Obama52%-47%R+1Freshman
KissellNC-08Obama52%-47%R+2Freshman
ArcuriNY-24Obama50%-48%R+2
NyeVA-02Obama50%-48%R+5Freshman
McMahonNY-13McCain51%-49%R+4Freshman
PetersonMN-07McCain50%-47%R+5
McIntyreNC-07McCain52%-47%R+5
ShulerNC-11McCain52%-47%R+6
TeagueNM-02McCain50%-49%R+6Freshman
AltmirePA-04McCain55%-44%R+6
HoldenPA-17McCain51%-48%R+6
TannerTN-08McCain56%-43%R+6Retiring
RossAR-04McCain58%-39%R+7
SpaceOH-18McCain53%-45%R+7
BerryAR-01McCain59%-38%R+8Retiring
ChandlerKY-06McCain55%-43%R+9
Herseth SandlinSD-ALMcCain53%-45%R+9
MarshallGA-08McCain56%-43%R+10
BoucherVA-09McCain59%-40%R+11
MelanconLA-03McCain61%-37%R+12Running For Senate
KratovilMD-01McCain58%-40%R+13Freshman
Davis, LincolnTN-04McCain64%-34%R+13
SkeltonMO-04McCain61%-38%R+14
ChildersMS-01McCain62%-37%R+14
BorenOK-02McCain66%-34%R+14
MathesonUT-02McCain58%-40%R+15
BrightAL-02McCain63%-37%R+16Freshman
MinnickID-01McCain62%-36%R+18Freshman
TaylorMS-04McCain67%-32%R+20
Edwards, ChetTX-17McCain67%-32%R+20

(All district election data taken from Congressional Quarterly. Special thanks to TPM Reader MFM, for providing us with an initial outline of the Democratic votes.)