Nine Republicans voted against renaming a U.S. post office in Winston Salem, North Carolina, as the “Maya Angelou Memorial Post Office” on Tuesday, while one, Rep. Don Young of Alaska voted “present.” Pro Publica’s Derek Willis has a run-down of the nine who, for some reason, voted against:

It’s unclear why any one of these lawmakers would object to renaming a post office after Angelou, an African-American author, poet, and civil rights activist who passed away two years ago, as none offered any explanation in press releases or social media.

However, one of the nine, Rep. Michael Burgess, made sure to share fun facts on Twitter about Texas for #TexasHistoryMonth.