Washington, D.C. (WTVM) - With just seven days left in his term, President Donald Trump has become the first president in United States history to be impeached twice.
Democrats in the House of Representatives swiftly began the impeachment process against Pres. Trump after a protest of alleged Trump supporters at the U.S. Capitol building turned deadly.
The final vote saw ten House Republicans break from party lines and vote in favor of impeaching Pres. Trump, leading to a vote of 232 in favor and 197 against.
News Leader 9 is breaking down how each representative from Georgia and Alabama voted in the proceedings.
Two Georgia representatives, Rep. Sanford Bishop and Rep. Drew Ferguson, and one Alabama representative, Rep. Mike Rogers, represent the people of the Chattahoochee Valley.
All Georgia and Alabama representatives followed their party lines as was expected.
Rep. Drew Ferguson released a statement following the historic vote, saying: