How they voted: NC reps on the fiscal cliff
Posted January 2, 2013
Several members of the North Carolina Congressional delegation stepped out of the party line Tuesday night to pass the bill which would raise taxes on individuals with income over $400,000 (and families earning more than $450,000) but which delays required cuts to federal spending.
House Democrats: G.K. Butterfield (Dist. 1); Larry Kissell (Dist. 8), David Price (Dist. 4); Heath Shuler (Dist. 11), Mel Watt (Dist. 12)
House Republicans: Howard Coble (Dist. 6)
Senators: Richard Burr (R) and Kay Hagan (D)
Democrats -- Mike McIntyre (Dist. 7), Brad Miller (Dist. 13)
Republicans -- Renee Ellmers (Dist. 2), Virginia Foxx (Dist. 5), Walter Jones (Dist. 3), Patrick McHenry (Dist. 10), Sue Myrick (Dist. 9).