Andrew Clyde votes against stop gap spending plan

The 9th District congressman was one of four Georgia House members who voted “no” as the measure, which ends the immediate threat of a government shutdown, passed Tuesday.

“I just voted NO on the clean CR (continuing resolution),” the Jackson County Republican Tweeted shortly after the vote. “My constituents didn’t send me to Washington to continue funding Nancy Pelosi’s radical policies and reckless spending a habits.”

The other Georgians – all also Republicans – who voted “no” were Mike Collins of Monroe, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Rome and Rich McCormick of Suwanee.

Enough Republicans did vote for the plan to help push it through with the backing of all Democratic House members and Speaker Mike Johnson.

You can read more about the vote here: House passes spending bill to avert government shutdown – SRN News