Full List of 57 House Republicans Who Voted Against Ukraine Aid

The House of Representatives passed a new $40 billion aid package for Ukraine on Tuesday as it continues to battle a Russian invasion and all votes against the measure came from Republicans.

The Democrat-led House approved the Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act 2022 with bipartisan support by a vote of 368 to 57 and it now heads to the Senate.

The funding package includes $9 billion to restock U.S. equipment sent to Ukraine and $6 billion in in Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative funding, which allows the administration to buy weapons from contractors and then send them to Ukraine.

57 House Republicans Who Voted Against Ukraine
U.S. Capitol Building. A Ukrainian serviceman (Inset) helps evacuees gathered under a destroyed bridge, as they flee the city of Irpin, northwest of Kyiv. DIMITAR DILKOFF/Getty

Other measures in the package are $900 million for refugee assistance and a further $54 million for public health and medical support for Ukrainian refugees.

Here is a list of the 57 Republicans who voted against the aid package:

Jodey Arrington of Texas

Brian Babin of Texas

Jim Banks of Indiana

Andy Biggs of Arizona

Gus Bilirakis of Florida

Dan Bishop of North Carolina

Lauren Boebert of Colorado

Ken Buck of Colorado

Tim Burchett of Tennessee

Kat Cammack of Florida

Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina

Michael Cloud of Texas

Andrew Clyde of Georgia

James Comer of Kentucky

Warren Davidson of Ohio

Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee

Byron Donalds of Florida

Jeff Duncan of South Carolina

Ron Estes of Kansas

Russ Fulcher of Idaho

Matt Gaetz of Florida

Bob Gibbs of Ohio

Louie Gohmert of Texas

Bob Good of Virginia

Paul Gosar of Arizona

Garret Graves of Louisiana

Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia

Diana Harshbarger of Tennessee

Vicky Hartzler of Missouri

Kevin Hern of Oklahoma

Yvette Herrell of New Mexico

Jody Hice of Georgia

Clay Higgins of Louisiana

Bill Huizenga of Michigan

Ronny Jackson of Texas

Mike Johnson of Louisiana

Jim Jordan of Ohio

Debbie Lesko of Arizona

Billy Long of Missouri

Tracey Mann of Kansas

Thomas Massie of Kentucky

Brian Mast of Florida

Mary Miller of Illinois

Barry Moore of Alabama

Troy Nehls of Texas

Ralph Norman of South Carolina

Scott Perry of Pennsylvania

John Rose of Tennessee

Matthew Rosendale of Montana

Chip Roy of Texas

Pete Sessions of Texas

Greg Steube of Florida

Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin

Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey

Beth Van Duyne of Texas

Bruce Westerman of Arkansas

Roger Williams of Texas.

Representative Massie took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain his opposition to the aid package, writing: "Biden is more concerned with sending billions of $ to Ukraine than he is about baby formula shortages here in the United States."

He was referring to a current shortage of baby formula in the U.S. that has led some major pharmacies to restrict sales.

Representative Gosar tweeted: "Biden wants to send FORTY BILLION that has been taken from taxpayers to Ukraine while our borders remain wide open with historic crossings. This Regime prioritizes every other country before it even thinks about our own - this is the definition of America Last. I VOTE NO!"

Representative Greene said that "It's time to pay attention to our country and our borders" in explaining her "no" vote, calling the package the "America LAST Ukraine First spending bill."

Representative Boebert also referred to baby formula as well as the price of gas in a tweet about her opposition to the aid package, saying President Joe Biden would "rather focus on a bill that members have 4 hours to read & includes $40 billion more for aid to Ukraine & possibly $8.8 billion to fight 'global disinformation."

"More money for Ukraine while baby formula is out of stock for Americans? Voted No," Representative Jordan tweeted.

Update 05/11/22, 3:45 a.m. ET: This article was updated to include more information.