House Impeachment Votes 19 Decembere 1998

The House votes on the articles of impeachment against President Clinton.

Article One

Article I passed 228 to 206. Voting ``yes'' were 223 Republicans and 5 Democrats. Voting ``no'' were 5 Republicans, 200 Democrats and one independent. Article I charged that Clinton ``willfully provided perjurious, false and misleading testimony'' to a federal grand jury on Aug. 17, 1998.

Kasich, Y; Pryce, Y;

Article Two

Article II failed 229 to 205. Voting ``yes'' were 200 Republicans and 5 Democrats. Voting ``no'' were 28 Republicans, 200 Democrats and one independent. Article II charged that Clinton ``willfully provided perjurious, false and misleading testimony'' in his deposition testimony in the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit.

Kasich, Y; Pryce, N;

Article Three

Article III passed 221 to 212. Voting ``yes'' were 216 Republicans and 5 Democrats. Voting ``no'' were 12 Republicans, 199 Democrats and one independent. Article III charged that Clinton ``prevented, obstructed, and impeded the administration of justice'' and engaged in conduct ``designed to delay, impede, cover up and conceal the existence of evidence and testimony'' related to the Jones case.

Kasich, Y; Pryce, Y;

Article Four

Article IV failed 285 to 148. Voting ``yes'' were 147 Republicans and 1 Democrat. Voting ``no'' were 81 Republicans, 203 Democrats and one independent. Article IV charged that Clinton ``engaged in conduct that resulted in misuse and abuse of his high office'' when he ``willfully made perjurious, false and misleading sworn statements'' in written responses to questions submitted by the House Judiciary Committee.

Kasich, N; Pryce, N;


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