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The party breakdown on the vote to impeach Ken Paxton

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If you were wondering about the party breakdown on the vote to impeach Ken Paxton, here ya go. Normally, there are 150 members of the Texas House.

One seat is currently empty. Of those 149 state reps, 85 are Republicans and 64 are Democrats, a 57 percent-to-43 percent split.

Of the 85 Republicans, 60 — or 71 percent — voted to impeach the (now, at-least-temporarily-former) attorney general. One Republican was “present, not voting,” and one was absent.

Some news outlets are reporting that there are some Republicans in the Of the 64 Democrats, 61 voted to impeach; one — Harold V.

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