Which lawmakers support a funding bill with no strings attached?

updated 9:00 AM EDT, Wed Oct 9, 2013

There appeared to be enough votes in the House on Wednesday to approve legislation to reopen the federal government, according to an ongoing CNN survey of House members. All 200 Democrats and 19 Republicans support passing a continuing resolution with no additional legislative strings attached that would reopen the federal government. But this does not mean a vote will happen, given that these Republicans have not indicated a willingness to try to force Speaker John Boehner to bring a continuing resolution with no strings attached to the floor for a vote.

CNN has reached out to all 435 members of the House and will continue to update this count.

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