last updated 23 Jan 2021

At a joint session of Congress for the certification of the Electoral College votes that formalizes President-elect Joe Biden's victory, a Constitutionally-enshrined ceremony typically designed to show American democracy's strength, a mob of rioters spurred by President Trump's statements stormed the Capital building.
Before the election results could be certified. A number of republicans -- 8 senators and 139 house members (2/3 of republicans) raised objection to the results in Arizona and/or Pennsylvania. Congress had to vote on these objections before they could get on with certifing the results.

As a result more than more than 50 large U.S. companies, including AT&T Inc, American Express and Dow Inc, have said they would cut off campaign contributions to those who voted to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory.

8 Senators voted to challenge both and 3 voted to callenge 1.
120 representatives objected to both and 19 voted for 1.

See Defunding congress members who voteed to challenge election results.

Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), Rick Scott (R-FL), Roger Marshall (R-KS), John Kennedy (R-LA), Joshua Hawley (R-MO), Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS), Ted Cruz (R-TX), Cynthia Lummis (R-WY),

House Members:
2/3rds (139 out of 211) republicans voted to support 1 or both of the challenges to the election results.
Robert Aderholt (R-AL)
Mike Rogers (R-AL)
Mo Brooks (R-AL)
Gary Palmer (R-AL)
Jerry Carl Jr. (R-AL)
Felix Moore (R-AL)
Rick Crawford (R-AR)
Paul Gosar (R-AZ)
Andy Biggs (R-AZ)
Debbie Lesko (R-AZ)
David Schweikert (R-AZ)
Ken Calvert (R-CA)
Darrell Issa (R-CA)
Devin Nunes (R-CA)
Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
Doug LaMalfa (R-CA)
Mike Garcia (R-CA)
Jay Obernolte (R-CA)
Doug Lamborn (R-CO)
Lauren Boebert (R-CO)
Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL)
Bill Posey (R-FL)
Daniel Webster (R-FL)
Matt Gaetz (R-FL)
Neal Dunn (R-FL)
John Rutherford (R-FL)
Brian Mast (R-FL)
Gregory Steube (R-FL)
Katherine Cammack (R-FL)
Scott Franklin (R-FL)
Byron Donalds (R-FL)
Carlos Gimenez (R-FL)
Buddy Carter (R-GA)
Jody Hice (R-GA)
Barry Loudermilk (R-GA)
Rick Allen (R-GA)
Andrew Clyde (R-GA)
Marjorie Greene (R-GA)
Russ Fulcher (R-ID)
Mike Bost (R-IL)
Mary Miller (R-IL)
Jackie Walorski (R-IN)
Jim Banks (R-IN)
James Baird (R-IN)
Greg Pence (R-IN)
Ron Estes (R-KS)
Tracey Mann (R-KS)
Jacob LaTurner (R-KS)
Hal Rogers (R-KY)
Steve Scalise (R-LA)
Clay Higgins (R-LA)
Mike Johnson (R-LA)
Garret Graves (R-LA)
Andy Harris (R-MD)
Tim Walberg (R-MI)
Jack Bergman (R-MI)
Lisa McClain (R-MI)
Jim Hagedorn (R-MN)
Michelle Fischbach (R-MN)
Sam Graves (R-MO)
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO)
Vicky Hartzler (R-MO)
Billy Long (R-MO)
Jason Smith (R-MO)
Steven Palazzo (R-MS)
Trent Kelly (R-MS)
Michael Guest (R-MS)
Matthew Rosendale Sr. (R-MT)
Richard Hudson (R-NC)
David Rouzer (R-NC)
Ted Budd (R-NC)
Dan Bishop (R-NC)
David Cawthorn (R-NC)
Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Gregory Murphy (R-NC)
Adrian Smith (R-NE)
Jefferson Van Drew (R-NJ)
Stella Herrell (R-NM)
Lee Zeldin (R-NY)
Chris Jacobs (R-NY)
Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY)
Elise Stefanik (R-NY)
Jim Jordan (R-OH)
Bill Johnson (R-OH)
Bob Gibbs (R-OH)
Warren Davidson (R-OH)
Steve Chabot (R-OH)
Tom Cole (R-OK)
Frank Lucas (R-OK)
Markwayne Mullin (R-OK)
Kevin Hern (R-OK)
Stephanie Bice (R-OK)
Cliff Bentz (R-OR)
Mike Kelly (R-PA)
Scott Perry (R-PA)
John Joyce (R-PA)
Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA)
Glenn Thompson (R-PA)
Lloyd Smucker (R-PA)
Daniel Meuser (R-PA)
Fred Keller (R-PA)
Joe Wilson (R-SC)
Jeff Duncan (R-SC)
Tom Rice (R-SC)
Ralph Norman Jr. (R-SC)
William Timmons (R-SC)
Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN)
Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)
Tim Burchett (R-TN)
John Rose (R-TN)
Mark Green (R-TN)
Diana Harshbarger (R-TN)
David Kustoff (R-TN)
Michael Burgess (R-TX)
John Carter (R-TX)
Pete Sessions (R-TX)
Louie Gohmert Jr. (R-TX)
Randy Weber (R-TX)
Roger Williams (R-TX)
Brian Babin (R-TX)
Jodey Arrington (R-TX)
Michael Cloud (R-TX)
Lance Gooden (R-TX)
Ron Wright (R-TX)
Patrick Fallon (R-TX)
August Pfluger II (R-TX)
Ronny Jackson (R-TX)
Troy Nehls (R-TX)
Beth Van Duyne (R-TX)
Chris Stewart (R-UT)
Clarence Owens (R-UT)
Morgan Griffith (R-VA)
Ben Cline (R-VA)
Robert Good (R-VA)
Robert Wittman (R-VA)
Thomas Tiffany (R-WI)
Scott Fitzgerald (R-WI)
Carol Miller (R-WV)
Alex Mooney (R-WV)
see U.S. companies suspend political donations after Capitol attack
and The long list of Republicans who voted to reject election results | US news | The Guardian

A number of large U.S. companies, including AT&T Inc, American Express and Dow Inc, have said they would cut off campaign contributionsto those who voted to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory.

Company Action
American Express Halts donations to lawmakers who opposed Biden certification
AT&T Suspends donations to lawmakers who opposed Biden certification
Dow Inc Suspends contributions to all lawmakers who opposed certification of the presidential election
Amazon.com Suspends donations to lawmakers who voted against Biden certification
General Electric GEPAC board voted to suspend donations to those who voted to oppose the electoral college results
Comcast Corp Suspending contributions to U.S. lawmakers who opposed Biden certification
Best Buy Stops providing campaign contributions to the 147 members of Congress who objected to certifying the election results
Marriott International Inc Suspends donations to lawmakers who voted against certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory
Verizon Communications Suspends political contributions to members of Congress who voted to object to the certification of electoral college votes
Airbnb Inc Withholds support from those who voted against the certification of the presidential election results
JPMorgan Chase & Co Will pause all contributions from its Political Action Committee (PAC) for at least the next 6 months
Goldman Sachs Group Inc Pausing political funding, considering new strategy inresponse to last week's violence, according to sources
CME Group Inc Will suspend all political contributions through PAC for foreseeable future
Wells Fargo PAC will pause political contributions for the foreseeable future to review strategy at the outset of the new Congress and administration
BP Employee group suspends campaign donations for six months, will re-evaluate support criteria
Citigroup Inc Intends to pause its contributions during the quarter, according to memo seen by Reuters
Ford Motor Co Suspends all donations as it reviews events of last year
Nike Inc PAC will not support any member of Congress who voted to decertify the electoral college results
Biogen Inc Suspending all political donations to allow a thorough review of its political contribution criteria and policies
Alphabet Inc's Google Temporarily suspends donations to both parties
Facebook Inc Temporarily suspends donations to both parties
Microsoft Corp Temporarily suspends donations to both parties
Archer Daniels Suspends new political donations, reviews donation policies
Midland Co
Walmart Suspends contributions to U.S. lawmakers who opposed Biden certification
State Street Corp Will not support lawmakers or candidates who undermine legitimate election outcomes
Hallmark Cards Inc Requests Missouri Senator Josh Hawley and Kansas Senator Roger Marshall, both of whom objected to Biden's certification, to return all campaign contributions
Aon Plc Confirms it has ended its relationship with the Trump Organization
Signature Bank Called for Trump to step down; Trump's ethics disclosures show he has checking and money-market accounts at the bank
Deutsche Bank Will not do business in the future with Trump or his companies, the New York Times reported
Stripe Inc Stops processing payments for Trump's campaign website
Union Pacific Corp Will temporarily suspend donations to Democrats as well as Republicans
Smithfield Foods Will temporarily suspend donations to Democrats as well as Republicans
Johnson & Johnson Pauses all political contributions, has not made any federal political contributions in 2021
Bank of America Will halt all PAC funding decisions in the immediate future
PepsiCo Suspends all political contributions while conducting a full review to ensure they align with the company's values and shared vision going forward
Tyson Foods Temporarily suspending all PAC activity while the company reviews and considers the events of the past week
Visa Temporarily suspends all political donations
Raytheon Technologies Pauses all PAC contributions
Leidos Holdings Leidos' PAC decides to temporarily pause all political donations
GoFundMe No longer allows people to raise money for travel to a political event where there is risk of violence by the attendees
DoorDash Has communicated its outrage with RAGA and made it clear that it expects immediate action. Co has paused its engagement with the organization until it feels that appropriate steps have been taken to address the issue
Major U.S. insurers: Chubb Ltd, Metlife Inc, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Prudential Financial Inc and Travelers Companies Inc are re-evaluating or temporarily stopping political donations.
Lockheed Martin Corp Not making political contributions, continues evaluation to ensure political donation and engagement program remains aligned with its business priorities
Boeing Co Not making political contributions at this time, will continue to carefully evaluate future political contributions
Expedia Suspends all political contributions at the federal, state and local levels as it reevaluates approach moving forward
CBOE Global Markets Inc PAC is temporarily pausing all donations
Nasdaq PAC will pause political donations for the next several months
Hilton Will not be making political donations and will keep its PAC suspended indefinitely
BlackRock Will temporarily suspend donations to Democrats and Republicans alike
Charles Schwab Corp Will discontinue PAC and no longer accept contributions from employees or make financial contributions to lawmakers
FACTBOX-U.S. companies suspend political donations after Capitol attack | Reuters Police and military sympathizers: