Tea Party Caucus overwhelmingly votes to preserve $125k+ farm subsidies

In a recent House vote for an amendment to cap agricultural subsidies at $125,000 per individual or entity, the vast majority of the 60 member Tea Party Caucus voted to preserve the current system that disproportionally benefits wealthy land owners and large agribusinesses.

Tea Party Representatives who voted “NO” (49):
Sandy Adams, Florida
Robert Aderholt, Alabama
Todd Akin, Missouri
Rodney Alexander, Louisiana
Roscoe Bartlett, Maryland
Joe Barton, Texas
Gus Bilirakis, Florida
Rob Bishop, Utah
Diane Black, Tennessee
Michael C. Burgess, Texas
Paul Broun, Georgia
Dan Burton, Indiana
John Carter, Texas
Bill Cassidy, Louisiana
Ander Crenshaw, Florida
John Culberson, Texas
Blake Farenthold, Texas
Stephen Fincher, Tennessee
John Fleming, Louisiana
Phil Gingrey, Georgia
Louie Gohmert, Texas
Vicky Hartzler, Missouri
Wally Herger, California
Tim Huelskamp, Kansas
Lynn Jenkins, Kansas
Steve King, Iowa
Doug Lamborn, Colorado
Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri
Kenny Marchant, Texas
David McKinley, West Virginia
Gary Miller, California
Randy Neugebauer, Texas
Rich Nugent, Florida
Steve Pearce, New Mexico
Mike Pence, Indiana
Ted Poe, Texas
Denny Rehberg, Montana
Phil Roe, Tennessee
Dennis Ross, Florida
Steve Scalise, Louisiana
Tim Scott, South Carolina
Pete Sessions, Texas
Adrian Smith, Nebraska
Lamar Smith, Texas
Cliff Stearns, Florida
Tim Walberg, Michigan
Allen West, Florida
Lynn Westmoreland, Georgia
Joe Wilson, South Carolina

Tea Party Representatives who voted “AYE” (9):
Michele Bachmann, Minnesota
Howard Coble, North Carolina
Mike Coffman, Colorado
Trent Franks, Arizona
Tom McClintock, California
Mick Mulvaney, South Carolina
Tom Price, Georgia
Ed Royce, California
Joe Walsh, Illinois

The lone Tea Party Representative who did not vote:
Jeff Landry, Louisiana

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