The next big federal case was against President Bill Clinton in 1998, as a result of the sexual harassment case in relation to Paula Jones investigation, which also included the Monica Lewinsky affair. This was the first impeachment of a sitting president since Andrew Johnson. The result required a 2/3s majority for his conviction, with Bill Clinton just surviving in a mostly partisan in a February 12, 1999 vote that saw the Senate vote 50 for and 50 against in relation to the charge of obstruction of justice and 55-45 for perjury. After the acquittal of Clinton, in 2009 and 2010 respectively, Samuel B. Kent and Thomas Porteous, who were district judges, also faced impeachment. Both of them were effectively removed from office due to the proceedings, although Samuel Kent was not convicted.