Full List of House Republicans Who Voted Against Gun Control

Full List of Republican Gun Reform Votes
The Protecting Our Kids Act was passed in the House with scant help from the GOP on Wednesday, with 202 Republicans voting against the gun control bill. GOP Representatives Elise Stefanik, Steve Scalise, Jim Banks and Jim Jordan—all of whom voted against the bill—are pictured after a GOP caucus meeting at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., on June 8, 2022. Kevin Dietsch/Getty

A package of gun law reforms has passed in the House of Representatives with little support from Republicans.

The Protecting Our Kids Act passed by a vote of 223 to 204 on Wednesday night, just over three weeks after 19 children and two adults were killed during a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Only five Republicans voted for the bill, which is unlikely to pass in the Senate in its current form due to the chamber's current partisan makeup.

The Republicans who voted in favor of the bill were Chris Jacobs of New York, Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania, Fred Upton of Michigan, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois. Trey Hollingsworth of Indiana abstained from voting.

"THANK YOU to these 5 Republican House members for understanding that protecting our children from gun violence is not about what side of the aisle you're on," Kris Brown, president of the gun control advocacy group Brady, tweeted on Wednesday night. "That's what our leaders need to do right now in order to save lives."

Brown also praised the majority of House members for showing they "prioritize our humanity by passing gun violence prevention bills," while condemning the Senate for "15 months of lethal inaction" over failing to pass "bipartisan background check legislation" that was previously passed by the House.

A total of 202 House Republicans voted against the bill. Earlier in the day, 10 House Republicans joined with Democrats to vote in favor of a provision that would raise the minimum age to purchase an assault rifle from 18 to 21.

Although Democrats were nearly united in supporting the larger bill, Democratic Representatives Jared Golden of Maine and Kurt Schrader of Oregon voted against it. Golden dismissed the bill as "partisan" legislation that had "no chance" of becoming law, while urging the Senate to come up with a "bipartisan package" on guns.

Here is the full list of Republicans who voted against the bill:

Robert Aderholt of Alabama, Rick Allen of Georgia, Mark Amodei of Nevada, Kelly Armstrong of North Dakota, Jodey Arrington of Texas, Brian Babin of Texas, Don Bacon of Nebraska, James Baird of Indiana, Troy Balderson of Ohio, Jim Banks of Indiana, Andy Barr of Kentucky, Cliff Bentz of Oregon, Jack Bergman of Michigan, Stephanie Bice of Oklahoma, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Gus Bilirakis of Florida, Dan Bishop of North Carolina, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Mike Bost of Illinois, Kevin Brady of Texas, Mo Brooks of Alabama, Vern Buchanan of Florida, Ken Buck of Colorado, Larry Bucshon of Indiana, Ted Budd of North Carolina, Tim Burchett of Tennessee, Michael Burgess of Texas, Ken Calvert of North Carolina, Kat Cammack of Florida, Mike Carey of Ohio, Jerry Carl of Alabama, Buddy Carter of Georgia, John Carter of Texas, Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, Steve Chabot of Ohio, Liz Cheney of Wyoming, Ben Cline of Virginia, Michael Cloud of Texas, Andrew Clyde of Georgia, Tom Cole of Oklahoma, James Comer of Kentucky, Rick Crawford of Arkansas, Dan Crenshaw of Texas, John Curtis of Utah, Warren Davidson of Ohio, Rodney Davis of Illinois, Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee, Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida, Byron Donalds of Florida, Jeff Duncan of South Carolina, Neal Dunn of Florida, Jake Ellzey of Texas, Tom Emmer of Minnesota, Ron Estes of Kansas, Pat Fallon of Texas, Randy Feenstra of Iowa, Drew Ferguson of Georgia, Michelle Fischbach of Minnesota, Scott Fitzgerald of Wisconsin, Chuck Fleischmann of Tennessee, Virginia Foxx of North Carolina, Scott C. Franklin of Florida, Russ Fulcher of Idaho, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin, Andrew R. Garbarino of New York, Mike Garcia of California, Bob Gibbs of Ohio, Carlos Gimenez of Florida, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Tony Gonzalez of Texas, Bob Good of Virginia, Lance Gooden of Texas, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Kay Granger of Texas, Garrett Graves of Louisiana, Sam Graves of Missouri, Mark Green of Tennessee, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Morgan Griffith of Virginia, Glenn Grothman of Wisconsin, Michael Guest of Mississippi, Brett S. Guthrie of Kentucky, Andy Harris of Maryland, Diana Harshbarger of Tennessee, Vicky Hartzler of Missouri, Kevin Hern of Oklahoma, Yvette Herrell of New Mexico, Jaime Herrera Butler of Washington, Jody Hice of Georgia, Clay Higgins of Louisiana, French Hill of Arkansas, Ashley Hinson of Iowa, Richard Hudson of North Carolina, Bill Huizenga of Michigan, Darrell Issa of California, Ronny Jackson of Texas, Mike Johnson of Louisiana, Bill Johnson of Ohio, Dusty Johnson of South Dakota, Jim Jordan of Ohio, David Joyce of Ohio, John Joyce of Pennsylvania, John Katko of New York, Fred Keller of Pennsylvania, Trent Kelly of Mississippi, Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania, Young Kim of California, David Kustoff of Tennessee, Darin LaHood of Illinois, Doug LaMalfa of California, Doug Lamborn of Colorado, Robert E. Latta of Ohio, Jake LaTurner of Kansas, Debbie Lesko of Arizona, Julia Letlow of Louisiana, Billy Long of Missouri, Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, Frank Lucas of Oklahoma, Blaine Luetkemeyer of Missouri, Nancy Mace of South Carolina, Nicole Malliotakis of New York, Tracey Mann of Kansas, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Brian Mast of Florida, Kevin McCarthy of California, Michael T. McCaul of Texas, Lisa McClain of Michigan, Tom McClintock of California, Patrick McHenry of North Carolina, David McKinley of West Virginia, Peter Meijer of Michigan, Daniel Meuser of Pennsylvania, Mary Miller of Illinois, Carol Miller of West Virginia, Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa, John Moolenar of Michigan, Alex Mooney of West Virginia, Barry Moore of Alabama, Blake Moore of Utah, Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma, Greg Murphy of North Carolina, Troy Nehls of Texas, Dan Newhouse of Washington, Ralph Norman of South Carolina, Jay Obernolte of California, Burgess Owens of Utah, Steven Palazzo of Mississippi, Gary Palmer of Alabama, Greg Pence of Indiana, Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, August Pfluger of Texas, Bill Posey of Florida, Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania, Tom Rice of South Carolina, Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington, Mike Rogers of Alabama, Harold Rogers of Kentucky, John Rose of Tennessee, Matthew Rosendale of Montana, David Rouzer of North Carolina, Chip Roy of Texas, John Rutherford of Florida, Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida, Steve Scalise of Louisiana, David Schweikert of Arizona, Austin Scott of Georgia, Pete Sessions of Texas, Mike Simpson of Idaho, Jason Smith of Missouri , Adrian Smith of Nebraska, Chris Smith of New Jersey, Lloyd Smucker of Pennsylvania, Victoria Spartz of Indiana, Pete Stauber of Minnesota, Michelle Steel of California, Elise Stefanik of New York, Bryan Steil of Wisconsin, Greg Steube of Florida, Chris Stewart of Utah, Van Taylor of Texas, Claudia Tenney of New York, Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania, Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin, William Timmons of South Carolina, Michael Turner of Ohio, David Valadao of California, Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, Beth Van Duyne of Texas, Ann Wagner of Missouri, Tim Walberg of Michigan, Jackie Walorski of Indiana, Michael Waltz of Florida, Randy Weber of Texas, Daniel Webster of Florida, Brad Wenstrup of Ohio, Bruce Westerman of Arkansas, Roger Williams of Texas, Joe Wilson of South Carolina, Robert Wittman of Virginia, Steve Womack of Arkansas and Lee Zeldin of New York.

Newsweek reached out to the Republican Party for comment.

Update 6/9, 4:22 p.m.: This article has been updated to reflect that Representative of Fred Upton of Michigan did not vote against the bill.