Federal - S59

Impeachment of President Trump

Incitement of Insurrection

Senate Roll Call Vote 59, 117th Congress, 1st Session

Date: February 13, 2021

Status: Acquitted


Our Position



Conviction of the article of impeachment that would find President Donald Trump guilty of the charge of incitement of insurrection by "inciting violence against the government of the United States." The article of impeachment would state that Trump "repeatedly issued false statements" asserting that the results of the 2020 presidential election were the product of widespread fraud and should not be accepted or certified. It would state that Trump made statements at a rally on Jan. 6, 2020, that "encouraged -- and foreseeably resulted in -- lawless action" at the Capitol building during the certification of electoral college votes, during which protesters entered the Capitol, attacked law enforcement personnel, "menaced" members of Congress and the vice president, and engaged in other "violent, deadly, destructive, and seditious acts." It would state that Trump?s conduct on Jan. 6 followed prior efforts "to subvert and obstruct" the certification of 2020 presidential election results, including during a Jan. 2 phone call during which he urged Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find" enough votes to overturn the state's presidential election results and "threatened Secretary Raffensperger if he failed to do so." It would state President Trump's "endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of government" and that he "threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power, and imperiled a coordinate branch of government."

Related Bill

H Res 24 A resolution impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors.

Vote Breakdown

Yea 48 7 2
Nay 0 43 0
No Vote 0 0 0


  • Tammy Baldwin Yea
  • Michael Bennet Yea
  • Richard Blumenthal Yea
  • Cory Booker Yea
  • Sherrod Brown Yea
  • Maria Cantwell Yea
  • Benjamin L. Cardin Yea
  • Thomas R. Carper Yea
  • Bob Casey Yea
  • Chris Coons Yea
  • Catherine Cortez Masto Yea
  • Tammy Duckworth Yea
  • Richard J. Durbin Yea
  • Dianne Feinstein Yea
  • Kirsten Gillibrand Yea
  • Maggie Hassan Yea
  • Martin Heinrich Yea
  • John Hickenlooper Yea
  • Mazie K. Hirono Yea
  • Tim Kaine Yea
  • Mark Kelly Yea
  • Amy Klobuchar Yea
  • Patrick J. Leahy Yea
  • Ben Ray Luj├ín Yea
  • Joe Manchin III Yea
  • Edward J. Markey Yea
  • Bob Menendez Yea
  • Jeff Merkley Yea
  • Christopher S. Murphy Yea
  • Patty Murray Yea
  • Jon Ossoff Yea
  • Alex Padilla Yea
  • Gary Peters Yea
  • Jack Reed Yea
  • Jacky Rosen Yea
  • Brian Schatz Yea
  • Charles E. Schumer Yea
  • Jeanne Shaheen Yea
  • Kyrsten Sinema Yea
  • Tina Smith Yea
  • Debbie Stabenow Yea
  • Jon Tester Yea
  • Chris Van Hollen Yea
  • Mark Warner Yea
  • Raphael Warnock Yea
  • Elizabeth Warren Yea
  • Sheldon Whitehouse Yea
  • Ron Wyden Yea


  • John Barrasso Nay
  • Marsha Blackburn Nay
  • Roy Blunt Nay
  • John Boozman Nay
  • Richard M. Burr Yea
  • Mike Braun Nay
  • Shelley Moore Capito Nay
  • Bill Cassidy Yea
  • Susan Collins Yea
  • John Cornyn Nay
  • Tom Cotton Nay
  • Kevin Cramer Nay
  • Michael D. Crapo Nay
  • Ted Cruz Nay
  • Steve Daines Nay
  • Joni Ernst Nay
  • Deb Fischer Nay
  • Lindsey Graham Nay
  • Charles E. Grassley Nay
  • Bill Hagerty Nay
  • Josh Hawley Nay
  • John Hoeven Nay
  • Cindy Hyde-Smith Nay
  • James M. Inhofe Nay
  • Ron Johnson Nay
  • John Kennedy Nay
  • James Lankford Nay
  • Mike Lee Nay
  • Cynthia Lummis Nay
  • Roger Marshall Nay
  • Mitch McConnell Nay
  • Jerry Moran Nay
  • Lisa Murkowski Yea
  • Rand Paul Nay
  • Rob Portman Nay
  • Jim Risch Nay
  • Mitt Romney Yea
  • Mike Rounds Nay
  • Marco Rubio Nay
  • Ben Sasse Yea
  • Rick Scott Nay
  • Tim Scott Nay
  • Richard C. Shelby Nay
  • Dan Sullivan Nay
  • John Thune Nay
  • Thom Tillis Nay
  • Patrick J. Toomey Yea
  • Tommy Tuberville Nay
  • Roger Wicker Nay
  • Todd Young Nay