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Full List of House Members Who Voted Against TikTok Ban


The House passed legislation by a 360-58 vote that would potentially ban TikTok if the Chinese company does not sell the app.
The House passed legislation on Saturday that could lead to a ban on TikTok in the United States, however, some members voted against the bill.
The vote in the lower chamber comes amid concerns over the popular social media platform being run by Chinese company ByteDance. Lawmakers in both state and federal governments have been pushing to get rid of the platform due to national security reasons despite pushback by free speech advocates.
However, ByteDance has previously denied links to the Chinese government, along with claims that it shares user information with its Beijing-based parent company.
The measure approved by the House would give ByteDance nine months to provide users time to export their information from the app then the Chinese company will need to sell the app or the platform will face a nationwide ban in the U.S., cutting access to roughly 170 million TikTok users across the country.
The measure was passed by a 360-58 vote and will now go to the Senate.
Newsweek has reached out to TikTok via email for comment.
Here is the list of the 58 Representatives who voted against the legislation.
Republican Andy Biggs of Arizona
Republican Dan Bishop of North Carolina
Republican Lauren Boebert of Colorado
Democrat Jamaal Bowman of New York
Republican Josh Brecheen of Oklahoma
Democrat Cori Bush of Missouri
Democrat Greg Casar of Texas
Democrat Joaquin Castro of Texas
Republican Michael Cloud of Texas
Republican Andrew Clyde of Georgia
Republican Eric Crane of Arizona
Republican Warren Davidson of Ohio
Democrat Danny Davis of Illinois
Democrat Maxwell Frost of Florida
Republican Matt Gaetz of Florida
Democrat Jesús García of Illinois
Democrat Robert Garcia of California
Republican Bob Good of Virginia
Republican Paul Gosar of Arizona
Democrat Al Green of Texas
Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia
Republican Harriet Hageman of Wyoming
Republican Andy Harris of Maryland
Democrat Val Hoyle of Oregon
Democrat Jonathan Jackson of Illinois
Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas
Democrat Sara Jacobs of California
Democrat Pramila Jayapal of Washington
Democrat Sydney Kamlager-Dove of California
Democrat Ro Khanna of California
Democrat Andy Kim of New Jersey
Democrat Rick Larsen of Washington
Democrat Barabara Lee of California
Democrat Summer Lee of Pennsylvania
Democrat Zoe Lofgren of California
Republican Nancy Mace of South Carolina
Republican Thomas Massie of Kentucky
Republican Tom McClintock of California
Democrat Jim McGovern of Massachusetts
Republican Patrick McHenry of North Carolina
Republican Barry Moore of Alabama
Democrat Gwen Moore of Wisconsin
Republican Troy Nehls of Texas
Republican Ralph Norman of South Carolina
Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York
Democrat Ilhan Omar of Minnesota
Democrat Mark Pocan of Wisconsin
Democrat Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts
Democrat Delia Ramirez of Illinois
Republican Matt Rosendale of Montana
Republican Chip Roy of Texas
Republican Keith Self of Texas
Republican William Timmons of South Carolina
Democrat Rashida Tlaib of Michigan
Democrat Juan Vargas of California
Democrat Nydia Velázquez of New York
Democrat Maxine Waters of California
Democrat Nikema Williams of Georgia
The potential ban comes as part of a $95 billion aid package that includes $60.

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