Here’s how Pennsylvania’s House members voted on impeaching President Trump

House votes to impeach Trump for second time

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump became the first in U.S. history to be impeached twice after the House of Representatives passed the vote 232-197.

It’s unclear when the Senate will take up the issue. A spokesman for Sen. Mitch McConnell said he had no plans to call the chamber back before Jan. 19, but he did not rule out voting to convict Trump.

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Like they did nearly two years ago, the Pennsylvania members of the House of Representatives voted along party lines on whether or not to impeach President Donald Trump.

Here’s how Pennsylvania’s members in Congress voted:

District 1 - Brian Fitzpatrick (R) - NAY

District 2 - Brendan Boyle (D) - YAY

District 3 - Dwight Evans (D) - YAY

District 4 - Madeleine Dean (D) - YAY

District 5 - Mary Scanlon (D) - YAY

District 6 - Chrissy Houlahan (D) - YAY

District 7 - Susan Wild (D) - YAY

District 8 - Matthew Cartwright (D) - YAY

District 9 - Daniel Meuser (R) - NAY

District 10 - Scott Perry (R) - NAY

District 11 - Lloyd Smucker (R) - NAY

District 12 - Fred Keller (R) - NAY

District 13 - John Joyce (R) - NAY

District 14 - Guy Reschenthaler (R) - NAY

District 15 - Glenn Thompson (R) - NAY

District 16 - Mike Kelly (R) - NAY

District 17 - Conor Lamb (D) - YAY

District 18 - Michael Doyle (D) - YAY

House votes to impeach Trump for second time