This is just a screen capture; go to the original at NYT, and you can run your mouse over the map and get instant info on who's who and how they voted. Note that the lone Republican vote for the bill came from Louisiana Rep. Anh Cao, that single red spot down on the Gulf (ooo... click on it, and the map zooms in! Cool!)
NYT also offers an interactive table breaking down the no votes by previous electoral margin of victory, constituents' preference last year for Obama or McCain, Blue Dog status, and other interesting stats.
A couple other significant votes:
- Speaker Pelosi's bill got one more vote than it would have last summer, thanks to the Sarah Palin and the Tea Party insurrectionists of New York's 23rd: Rep. Bill Owens, elected Tuesday as the first Democrat from that district since 1873, voted aye.
- My man Dennis Kucinich voted nay... but I give him a pass, because he's willing to call the bill what it is: a continuing sop to the private insurance racket that continues its immoral grip on health care. (By the way, Speaker Pelosi, where was the open debate on the Weiner Amendment you promised? Oh: looks like Dems caved on that one, too. Rats.)