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A quick snapshot of how California Congressional leaders voted on the first vote for the $700 Billion bailout package.

Republicans voting yes:
Wally Herger (Chico)
Dan Lungren (Gold River)
George Radanovich (Mariposa)
Howard “Buck” McKeon (Santa Clarita)
David Dreier (San Dimas)
Jerry Lewis (Redlands)
Gary Miller (Diamond Bar)
Ken Calvert (Corona)
Mary Bono Mack (Palm Springs)
John Campbell (Irvine)

Republicans voting no:
John Doolittle (Roseville)
David Nunes (Tulare)
Kevin McCarthy (Bakersfield)
Elton Gallegly (Simi Valley)
Ed Royce (Fullerton)
Dana Rohrabacher (Huntington Beach)
Darrell Issa (Vista)
Brian Bilbray (Carlsbad)
Duncan Hunter (Alpine)

Democrats voting yes:
Doris Matsui (Sacramento)
George Miller (Martinez)
Nancy Pelosi (San Francisco)
Ellen Tauscher (Alamo)
Jerry McNerney  (Pleasanton)
Jackie Speier (Hillsborough)
Anna Eshoo (Menlo Park)
Mike Honda (San Jose)
Zoe Lofgren (San Jose)
Sam Farr (Carmel)
Dennis Cardoza (Atwater)
Jim Costa (Fresno)
Lois Capps (Santa Barbara)
Howard Berman (Valley Village)
Henry Waxman (Beverly Hills)
Maxine Waters (Los Angeles)
Jane Harman (Venice)
Laura Richardson (Long Beach)
Susan Davis (San Diego)

Democrats voting no:
Mike Thompson (St. Helena)
Lynn Woolsey (Petaluma)
Barbara Lee (Oakland)
Pete Stark (Fremont)
Brad Sherman (Sherman Oaks)
Adam Schiff (Burbank)
Xavier Becerra (Los Angeles)
Hilda Solis (El Monte)
Diane Watson (Los Angeles)
Lucille Roybal-Allard (East Los Angeles)
Grace Napolitano (Norwalk)
Linda Sanchez (Lakewood)
Joe Baca (Rialto)
Loretta Sanchez (Garden Grove)
Bob Filner (Chula Vista)

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