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WATCH: House Debates and Votes on Impeachment Inquiry Resolution

The U.S. Capitol Building (Photo Credit: Nicholas Ballasy)

The final vote is expected at approximately 11 a.m. Eastern Time.

UPDATE 10:47 am ET: Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA): “Democrats in Washington have never accepted the voters’ choice to make Donald Trump president. This impeachment is not only an attempt to undo the last election—it is an attempt to influence in the next one too.”

UPDATE 11:23 am ET: Procedural vote totals:

Democrat: 230 Yea, 2 Nay

Republican: 0 Yea, 194 Nay

Independent: 1 Yea, 0 Nay

Total: 231 Yea, 196 Nay

Final vote to follow.

UPDATE 11:27 am ET: Final vote totals:

Democrat: 231 Yea, 2 Nay

Republican: 0 Yea, 194 Nay

Independent: 1 Yea, 0 Nay

Total: 232 Yea, 196 Nay

Resolution passing on a near party-line vote, with two Democrats joining Republicans in opposing the resolution.

The two Democrats who voted not to impeach are Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson and New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew. Justin Amash (I-Mich.), a former Republican, voted with Democrats in favor of the resolution.

This story is developing and will be updated.