112th Congress AF&PA Voting Record - Senate

Symbol Key:
Voted with the preferred position Voted against the preferred position
Y Voted YES N Voted NO
- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
P Voted PRESENT    

  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Alexander, Lamar (Rep)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
100%
Ayotte, Kelly 

100%
Barrasso, John (Rep)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
100%
Baucus, Max 

60%
Begich, Mark 

20%
Bennet, Michael (Dem)
Colorado U.S. Senate
60%
Blumenthal, Richard (Dem)
Connecticut U.S. Senate
0%
Blunt, Roy (Rep)
Missouri U.S. Senate
100%
Boozman, John (Rep)
Arkansas U.S. Senate
100%
Boxer, Barbara 

20%
Brown, Sherrod (Dem)
Ohio U.S. Senate
0%
Burr, Richard (Rep)
North Carolina U.S. Senate
100%
Cantwell, Maria (Dem)
Washington U.S. Senate
60%
Cardin, Ben (Dem)
Maryland U.S. Senate
20%
  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Carper, Tom (Dem)
Delaware U.S. Senate
60%
Casey, Robert (Dem)
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate
20%
Chambliss, Saxby 

100%
Coats, Dan 

100%
Coburn, Tom 

- - - 100%
Cochran, Thad (Rep)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
100%
Collins, Susan (Rep)
Maine U.S. Senate
60%
Coons, Christopher (Dem)
Delaware U.S. Senate
40%
Corker, Bob (Rep)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
100%
Cornyn, John (Rep)
Texas U.S. Senate
100%
Crapo, Mike (Rep)
Idaho U.S. Senate
100%
Durbin, Dick (Dem)
Illinois U.S. Senate
40%
Enzi, Mike (Rep)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
100%
Feinstein, Dianne (Dem)
California U.S. Senate
60%
Franken, Al (DFL)
Minnesota U.S. Senate
20%
  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Gillibrand, Kirsten (Dem)
New York U.S. Senate
20%
Graham, Lindsey (Rep)
South Carolina U.S. Senate
100%
Grassley, Chuck (Rep)
Iowa U.S. Senate
100%
Hagan, Kay 

0%
Harkin, Tom 

0%
Hatch, Orrin (Rep)
Utah U.S. Senate
100%
Heller, Dean (Rep)
Nevada U.S. Senate
* 100%
Hoeven, John (Rep)
North Dakota U.S. Senate
100%
Inhofe, James (Rep)
Oklahoma U.S. Senate
100%
Isakson, Johnny (Rep)
Georgia U.S. Senate
100%
Johanns, Mike 

100%
Johnson, Ron (Rep)
Wisconsin U.S. Senate
100%
Johnson, Tim 

60%
Kirk, Mark 

- 100%
Klobuchar, Amy (DFL)
Minnesota U.S. Senate
40%
  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Landrieu, Mary 

100%
Leahy, Patrick (Dem)
Vermont U.S. Senate
40%
Lee, Mike (Rep)
Utah U.S. Senate
100%
Levin, Carl 

40%
Manchin, Joe (Dem)
West Virginia U.S. Senate
40%
McCain, John (Rep)
Arizona U.S. Senate
100%
McCaskill, Claire (Dem)
Missouri U.S. Senate
60%
McConnell, Mitch (Rep)
Kentucky U.S. Senate
100%
Menendez, Robert (Dem)
New Jersey U.S. Senate
40%
Merkley, Jeff (Dem)
Oregon U.S. Senate
0%
Mikulski, Barbara 

20%
Moran, Jerry (Rep)
Kansas U.S. Senate
100%
Murkowski, Lisa (Rep)
Alaska U.S. Senate
100%
Murray, Patty (Dem)
Washington U.S. Senate
60%
Nelson, Bill (Dem)
Florida U.S. Senate
60%
  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Paul, Rand (Rep)
Kentucky U.S. Senate
100%
Portman, Rob (Rep)
Ohio U.S. Senate
100%
Pryor, Mark 

100%
Reed, Jack (Dem)
Rhode Island U.S. Senate
0%
Reid, Harry 

0%
Risch, James (Rep)
Idaho U.S. Senate
100%
Roberts, Pat (Rep)
Kansas U.S. Senate
100%
Rockefeller, Jay 

0%
Rubio, Marco (Rep)
Florida U.S. Senate
100%
Sanders, Bernie (Ind)
Vermont U.S. Senate
- 0%
Schumer, Charles (Dem)
New York U.S. Senate
40%
Sessions, Jeff 

100%
Shaheen, Jeanne (Dem)
New Hampshire U.S. Senate
60%
Shelby, Richard (Rep)
Alabama U.S. Senate
100%
Stabenow, Debbie (Dem)
Michigan U.S. Senate
40%
  1 2 3 4 5  
Preferred Position: Y Y Y Y Y Score
Tester, Jon (Dem)
Montana U.S. Senate
0%
Thune, John (Rep)
South Dakota U.S. Senate
- 100%
Toomey, Pat (Rep)
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate
100%
Udall, Mark 

60%
Udall, Tom (Dem)
New Mexico U.S. Senate
20%
Vitter, David 

100%
Warner, Mark (Dem)
Virginia U.S. Senate
60%
Whitehouse, Sheldon (Dem)
Rhode Island U.S. Senate
0%
Wicker, Roger (Rep)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
100%
Wyden, Ron (Dem)
Oregon U.S. Senate
60%

Vote Descriptions:

1 112-1 54: S.493, On the Amendment S.Amdt. 183 S.Amdt. 183 to S.493, the SBIR/STTR Reauthorization Act: This amendment prevents the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act without the input of Congress.
2 112-1 163: H.R.3078, On Passage of the Bill H.R. 3078, the United States-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation Act.
3 112-1 162: H.R.3079, On Passage of the Bill H.R. 3079, the United States-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation Act.
4 112-1 161: H.R.3080, On Passage of the Bill H.R. 3080, the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act.
5 112-2 30: S.1813, On the Amendment S. Amdt. 1660 S.AMDT.1660 to S.1813, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act: This amendment provides additional time for the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to issue achievable standards for industrial, commercial, and institutional boilers, process heaters, and incinerators.

Symbol Key:
Voted with the preferred position Voted against the preferred position
Y Voted YES N Voted NO
- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
P Voted PRESENT