How Each Senator Voted on the Chemical Weapons Treaty

How the Senate Voted on the Chemical Weapons Treaty

On April 24, 1997 the U.S. Senate voted to ratify the Chemical Weapons Treaty. All 45 Democrats voted to ratify, as did 29 Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott. 26 Republicans voted against it.

Below is a list of the Senators and how they voted on ratification:


S. Abraham D. Akaka M. Baucus J. Biden J. Bingaman B. Boxer J. Breaux R. Bryan D. Bumpers R. Byrd J. Chafee M. Cleland D. Coats T. Cochran S. Collins K. Conrad A. D’Amato T. Daschle M. DeWine C. Dodd P. Domenici B. Dorgan R. Durbin M. Enzi R. Feingold D. Feinstein W. Ford B. Frist J. Glenn S. Gorton B. Graham J. Gregg C. Hagel T. Harkin O. Hatch E. Hollings D. Inouye J. Jeffords T. Johnson E. Kennedy B. Kerrey J. Kerry H. Kohl M. Landrieu F. Lautenberg P. Leahy C. Levin J. Lieberman T. Lott R. Lugar J. McCain M. McConnell B. Mikulski C. Moseley-Braun D. Moynihan F. Murkowski P. Murray J. Reed H. Reid C. Robb P. Roberts J. Rockefeller W. Roth R. Santorum P. Sarbanes G. Smith O. Snowe A. Specter T. Stevens C. Thomas R. Torricelli J. Warner P. Wellstone R. Wyden


W. Allard J. Ashcroft R. Bennett C. Bond S. Brownback C. Burns B. Campbell P. Coverdell L. Craig L. Faircloth P. Gramm R. Grams C. Grassley J. Helms T. Hutchinson K. Hutchison J. Inhofe D. Kempthorne J. Kyl C. Mack D. Nickles J. Sessions R. Shelby R. Smith F. Thompson S. Thurmond

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