Here are the Democrats who voted against the tax deal

In case you're wondering, these are the 112 Democrats who voted against the tax deal. Defeated members are in bold, and retirees are italicized.

Ackerman

Baird

Baldwin

Becerra

Blumenauer

Boyd

Braley (IA)

Brown, Corrine

Butterfield

Capuano

Chu

Clarke

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Conyers

Cooper

Costello

Cummings

Dahlkemper

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Doggett

Edwards (MD)

Ellison

Engel

Eshoo

Farr

Filner

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Grayson

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Hastings (FL)

Heinrich

Hinchey

Hirono

Holt

Honda

Inslee

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Kagen

Kanjorski

Kaptur

Kilpatrick (MI)

Kilroy

Kind

Larson (CT)

Lee (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lofgren, Zoe

Luján

Lynch

Markey (MA)

Matsui

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

Melancon

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore (WI)

Moran (VA)

Murphy (CT)

Nadler (NY)

Napolitano

Neal (MA)

Obey

Olver

Ortiz

Payne

Perlmutter

Pingree (ME)

Pomeroy

Rangel

Reyes

Rodriguez

Roybal-Allard

Rush

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Scott (VA)

Serrano

Shea-Porter

Slaughter

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stupak

Tanner

Taylor

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Waters

Watson

Weiner

Welch

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

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