Following an overwhelming affirmative vote in the Senate, the government was able to reopen after a majority in the Republican-controlled House agreed to end the 16-day partial shutdown. All Democrats and 87 Republicans in the House voted to pass the legislation that extends funding for government agencies and raises the nation’s debt limit. However, 144 House Republicans voted against the measure, illustrating a divide in the Republican caucus. This map highlights how the vote tracks in House districts across the country.
Update: A couple of representatives had misslabeled party affiliations.