Indiana's congressional delegation split on the fiscal cliff deal that the Senate and House approved in early morning hours Tuesday.
The state's two Republican senators, Dan Coats and the outgoing Richard Lugar, both voted in favor of the bill. So did two of the state's three Democratic House members -- Andre Carson and Joe Donnelly, who will be sworn in as Lugar's replacement in the Senate on Thursday.
The third Democratic member, Pete Visclosky, joined five Republicans in the House in voting no. Those Republicans were Larry Bucshon, Todd Young, Marlin Stutzman, Todd Rokita and Mike Pence, whose vote was likely the last he'll cast before becoming Indiana's next governor.
Retiring Republican Rep. Dan Burton did not vote.
So the total Indiana lawmaker vote was, four of the state's lawmakers supported the last-minute effort, six lawmakers voted against the measure. And one didn't vote at all.