In Favor:

Jackie Walorski: Republican, 2nd District

“This bill ends Obamacare’s burdensome taxes and mandates, including a permanent repeal of the job-killing medical device tax that harmed innovative manufacturers and their employees across Indiana," Walorski said in a statement after the vote. "It protects life by stopping the flow of taxpayer dollars to abortion providers like Planned Parenthood. And with today’s passage of additional legislation I co-sponsored, it will treat Members of Congress the same as everyone else.”

Jim Banks: Republican, 3rd District

In an infographic created by Banks' office, the Republican praises various aspects of the AHCA, including redirecting money from Planned Parenthood to Community Health Care Centers, tax cuts and permanently repealing the medical device tax.

Todd Rokita: Republican, 4th District

"Whether piece by piece, or all at once, I will continue fighting to repeal the insidious Obamacare law because it has hurt so many people," Rokita said in a statement after the vote. "Many, many more than it ever pretended to help. I'm proud to support President Trump and our collective efforts to fix the healthcare system for the American people."

Susan Brooks: Republican, 5th District

Brooks said in a Tweet prior to the vote that she supported the measure because it will "lower costs, protect people w/pre-existing conditions & take the 1st steps towards more affordable & accessible healthcare."

Luke Messer: Republican, 6th District

In his remarks on the House Floor Thursday morning, Messer said:

Larry Bucshon: Republican, 8th District

“Obamacare is collapsing and leaving millions of Americans with nowhere to turn as their premiums skyrocket by 25 percent on average and insurers drop out of the market place. Families have been hit with higher costs and limited choice under this government-mandated, one-size-fits-all system. It would be irresponsible for us to not act to provide them relief,” Bucshon said, in a statement.

Trey Hollingsworth: Republican, 9th District

"Constituents should never feel that the very people chosen to represent them are voting to give themselves privileged status," Hollingsworth said in a statement. Hollingsworth says he will support legislation that will prevent members of Congress from exempting themselves and their staffs from the measure.


Pete Visclosky: Democrat, 1st District

Visclosky, representing Indiana's northwestern corner, tweeted about his opposition to the measure prior to the vote:

Andre Carson: Democrat, 7th District

In a tweet prior to the vote, Carson said he was voting against the measure because the bill "weakens pre-existing condition protections & increases premiums for millions."