1964 Civil Rights Act House Vote shows Democrats didn’t want it to pass! Stop The Lies!!

Below is a list of the 91 Democratic and Republican Members of the House in 1964 who voted nay on the civil rights bill. You may click on their names to get a biography of them and their voting records. There was 91 Democratic (37% of 245 Democrats) nays compared to 35 nays (20% of 173 Republicans). It is clear that Democrats had far more outspoken racists in their party. Also none of them switched to the Republican Party as the liberal myth claims. In fact it was the Democrats that put up the most opposition to the bill  with their filibustering of the bill.

Nay  DAbernethy, ThomasMS 1st
Nay  DAndrews, GeorgeAL 3rd
Nay  DAshmore, RobertSC 4th
Nay  DBaring, WalterNV
Nay  DBeckworth, LindleyTX 3rd
Nay  DBennett, CharlesFL 2nd
Nay  DBoggs, ThomasLA 2nd
Nay  DBonner, HerbertNC 1st
Nay  DBurleson, OmarTX 17th
Nay  DCasey, RobertTX 22nd
Nay  DChelf, FrankKY 4th
Nay  DColmer, WilliamMS 5th
Nay  DCooley, HaroldNC 4th
Nay  DDavis, CliffordTN 9th
Nay  DDavis, JohnGA 7th
Nay  DDorn, WilliamSC 3rd
Nay  DDowdy, JohnTX 7th
Nay  DDowning, ThomasVA 1st
Nay  DElliott, CarlAL 7th
Nay  DEverett, RobertTN 8th
Nay  DEvins, JosephTN 4th
Nay  DFascell, DanteFL 4th
Nay  DFisher, OvieTX 21st
Nay  DFlynt, JohnGA 4th
Nay  DForrester, ElijahGA 3rd
Nay  DFountain, LawrenceNC 2nd
Nay  DFuqua, DonFL 9th
Nay  DGary, JulianVA 3rd
Nay  DGathings, EzekielAR 1st
Nay  DGibbons, SamFL 10th
Nay  DGrant, GeorgeAL 2nd
Nay  DHagan, GeorgeGA 1st
Nay  DHaley, JamesFL 7th
Nay  DHardy, PorterVA 2nd
Nay  DHarris, OrenAR 4th
Nay  DHenderson, DavidNC 3rd
Nay  DHerlong, AlbertFL 5th
Nay  DHuddleston, GeorgeAL 1st
Nay  DHull, WilliamMO 6th
Nay  DJarman, JohnOK 5th
Nay  DJennings, WilliamVA 9th
Nay  DJones, PaulMO 10th
Nay  DJones, RobertAL 8th
Nay  DKilgore, JoeTX 15th
Nay  DKornegay, HoraceNC 6th
Nay  DLandrum, PhillipGA 9th
Nay  DLennon, AltonNC 7th
Nay  DLong, GillisLA 8th
Nay  DMahon, GeorgeTX 19th
Nay  DMarsh, JohnVA 7th
Nay  DMatthews, Donald “Billy”FL 8th
Nay  DMcMillan, JohnSC 6th
Nay  DMills, WilburAR 2nd
Nay  DMorrison, JamesLA 6th
Nay  DMurray, ThomasTN 7th
Nay  DNatcher, WilliamKY 2nd
Nay  DPassman, OttoLA 5th
Nay  DPatman, JohnTX 1st
Nay  DPoage, WilliamTX 11th
Nay  DPool, JoeTX
Nay  DPurcell, GrahamTX 13th
Nay  DRains, AlbertAL -1th
Nay  DRivers, LuciusSC 1st
Nay  DRoberts, HerbertTX 4th
Nay  DRoberts, KennethAL -1th
Nay  DRogers, PaulFL 6th
Nay  DScott, RalphNC 5th
Nay  DSelden, ArmisteadAL -1th
Nay  DSikes, RobertFL 1st
Nay  DSmith, HowardVA 8th
Nay  DStephens, RobertGA 10th
Nay  DStubblefield, FrankKY 1st
Nay  DTaylor, RoyNC 11th
Nay  DTeague, OlinTX 6th
Nay  DThompson, ClarkTX 9th
Nay  DThompson, TheoLA 7th
Nay  DTrimble, JamesAR 3rd
Nay  DTuck, WilliamVA 5th
Nay  DTuten, JamesGA 8th
Nay  DVinson, CarlGA 6th
Nay  DWaggonner, JosephLA 4th
Nay  DWatson, AlbertSC 2nd
Nay  DWatts, JohnKY 6th
Nay  DWhitener, BasilNC 10th
Nay  DWhitten, JamieMS 2nd
Nay  DWilliams, JohnMS 3rd
Nay  DWillis, EdwinLA 3rd
Nay  DWinstead, WilliamMS 4th
Nay  DWright, JamesTX 12th
Nay  DYoung, JohnTX 14th
Nay  RAlger, BruceTX 5th
Nay  RAshbrook, JohnOH 17th
Nay  RBaker, IreneTN 2nd
Nay  RBattin, JamesMT 2nd
Nay  RBeermann, RalphNE 1st
Nay  RBelcher, PageOK 1st
Nay  RBerry, EllisSD 2nd
Nay  RBrock, WilliamTN 3rd
Nay  RBroyhill, JamesNC 9th
Nay  RBroyhill, JoelVA 10th
Nay  RClawson, DelwinCA 23rd
Nay  RCramer, WilliamFL 12th
Nay  RForeman, EdgarTX 16th
Nay  RGross, HaroldIA 3rd
Nay  RGurney, EdwardFL 11th
Nay  RHall, DurwardMO 7th
Nay  RHarrison, WilliamWY
Nay  RJensen, BentonIA 7th
Nay  RJohansen, AugustMI 3rd
Nay  RJonas, CharlesNC 8th
Nay  RKnox, VictorMI 11th
Nay  RLipscomb, GlenardCA 24th
Nay  RMartin, PatrickCA 38th
Nay  RMeader, GeorgeMI 2nd
Nay  RPoff, RichardVA 6th
Nay  RQuillen, JamesTN 1st
Nay  RReid, CharlotteIL 15th
Nay  RShort, DonND 2nd
Nay  RSiler, EugeneKY 5th
Nay  RSmith, AllenCA 20th
Nay  RSnyder, MarionKY 3rd
Nay  RVan Pelt, WilliamWI 6th
Nay  RWilson, EarlIN 9th
Nay  RWilson, Robert “Bob”CA 36th
Nay  RWyman, Louis

There was 91 Democratic (37% of 245 Democrats) nays compared to 35 nays (20% of 173 Republicans). It is clear that Democrats had far more outspoken racists in their party. Also none of them switched to the Republican Party as the liberal myth claims. In fact it was the Democrats that put of the most opposition to the bill creating records with their filibustering of the bill.

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