The U.S. House voted 232-196 on Thursday morning to pass the resolution that lays out the rules for the impeachment inquiry into President Donald J. Trump, as it heads into a more public phase. The Times tracked how every representative voted, live from the House chamber.
Thursday’s vote was the first time since the Democrats began their inquiry last month that the entire House was asked to go on the record about the impeachment process.
The vote was expected to be deeply partisan. No Republicans broke ranks with Mr. Trump and voted in support of the resolution and two Democrats, Collin C. Peterson of Minnesota and Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, joined the Republicans in voting against it.
Votes are based on what’s shown in the House chamber, and are not final.