Appendix: Vote Tallies on the Articles of Impeachment against Andrew Johnson

The tables below list the results of the House vote to impeach President Andrew Johnson and the subsequent votes on each of the eleven articles of impeachment. The vote tallies are derived from the House Journal, except where otherwise noted. The party affiliations of House Members are from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.

On Impeaching Andrew Johnson (February 24, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican125016
Democrat0441
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican110
Conservative010
Total12614717

On Agreeing to Article 1 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican127013
Democrat0405
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total12742 20

On Agreeing to Article 2 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1240 16
Democrat0396
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1244124

On Agreeing to Article 3 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1230 17
Democrat12395
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total12441324

On Agreeing to Article 4 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1160 24
Democrat14395
Conservative Republican001
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1174032

On Agreeing to Article 5 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1270 13
Democrat0405
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1274220

On Agreeing to Article 6 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1270 13
Democrat0405
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1274220

On Agreeing to Article 7 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1270 13
Democrat0405
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1274220

On Agreeing to Article 8 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1270 13
Democrat0405
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1274220

On Agreeing to Article 9 (March 2, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1080 32
Democrat0396
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1084140

On Agreeing to Article 10 (March 3, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican8812540
Democrat0 3015
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total884457

On Agreeing to Article 11 (March 3, 1868)

PartyYeaNayNot Voting
Republican1090 31
Democrat03015
Conservative Republican010
Independent Republican011
Conservative001
Total1093248

Footnotes

1Congressional Globe, House, 40th Cong., 2nd sess. (24 February 1868): 1400; House Journal, 40th Cong., 2nd sess. (24 February 1868): 392–393. The Journal lists 128 votes in favor of impeachment, including William H. Koontz of Pennsylvania and Francis Thomas of Maryland. According to the Globe, however, Koontz was absent that day. Thomas, meanwhile, is listed as having not voted in the Globe, and is listed in the Journal as having not voted during any subsequent roll call that day. See also Castel, The Presidency of Andrew Johnson: 176–177; Stewart, Impeached: 149.

2George W. Morgan of Ohio.

3House Journal, 40th Cong., 2nd sess. (2 March 1868): 443-444. The Journal incorrectly lists 40 Members voting in opposition and 25 Members not voting. A recount of the roll indicates 41 nays and 24 not voting.

4Charles Haight of New Jersey.

5Delos R. Ashley of Nevada, John Coburn of Indiana, John A. Griswold of New York, Addison H. Laflin of New York, Rufus Mallory of Oregon, James M. Marvin of New York, Theodore Pomeroy of New York, Worthington C. Smith of Vermont, James F. Wilson of Iowa, John T. Wilson of Ohio, William Windom of Minnesota, and Frederick E. Woodbridge of Vermont.