The Q&A session just ended. Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins wasted no time announcing she will vote yes on calling witnesses.

Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander will vote no.

*We will update this post as more senators announce their decisions.

Since she posted it on Twitter, all typed up and everything, it looks like she made the decision a while ago. Not shocked, honestly, since she hinted she wanted to hear from John Bolton.

The media made retiring Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander its wild card on the witness vote. He announced he will vote NO:

“I worked with other senators to make sure that we have the right to ask for more documents and witnesses, but there is no need for more evidence to prove something that has already been proven and that does not meet the United States Constitution’s high bar for an impeachable offense.”

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski told reporters she planned to go back to her office to “reflect on what” she heard in the 16-hour session. She showed them her two volumes of notes.

Murkowski will make a decision in the morning.

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said that he wants to hear from Bolton.


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