Members of Wisconsin’s House delegation voted along partisan lines Wednesday for both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump – abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Like every House Republican, Wisconsin’s Jim Sensenbrenner, Glenn Grothman, Bryan Steil and Mike Gallagher voted against impeachment.
Speaker Pelosi has said that impeachment should be “compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan.” Yet today’s votes checked none of those boxes.
We can’t let a state of perpetual partisan impeachment become the new normal. My full statement here⬇️https://t.co/dfxjYiVArI
— Rep. Mike Gallagher (@RepGallagher) December 19, 2019
LaCrosse Democrat Ron Kind kept his decision to himself until the final vote.
Read my thoughts on tonight’s votes below pic.twitter.com/Tw1OHESLVk
— Rep. Ron Kind (@RepRonKind) December 19, 2019
Kind joined fellow Wisconsin Democrats Mark Pocan and Gwen Moore in voting to impeach the president.