113th 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  
Preferred Position: Y Score
Alexander, Lamar (Rep)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
100%
Ayotte, Kelly 

0%
Baldwin, Tammy (Dem)
Wisconsin U.S. Senate
100%
Barrasso, John (Rep)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
0%
Baucus, Max 

100%
Begich, Mark 

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

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

100%
Coats, Dan 

100%
Coburn, Tom 

0%
Cochran, Thad (Rep)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
100%
Collins, Susan (Rep)
Maine U.S. Senate
0%
Coons, Christopher (Dem)
Delaware U.S. Senate
100%
Corker, Bob (Rep)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
0%
Cornyn, John (Rep)
Texas U.S. Senate
0%
Crapo, Mike (Rep)
Idaho U.S. Senate
100%
Cruz, Ted (Rep)
Texas U.S. Senate
0%
Donnelly, Joe (Dem)
Indiana U.S. Senate
100%
  1  
Preferred Position: Y Score
Durbin, Dick (Dem)
Illinois U.S. Senate
100%
Enzi, Mike (Rep)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
100%
Feinstein, Dianne (Dem)
California U.S. Senate
100%
Fischer, Deb (Rep)
Nebraska U.S. Senate
100%
Flake, Jeff (Rep)
Arizona U.S. Senate
0%
Franken, Al (DFL)
Minnesota U.S. Senate
100%
Gillibrand, Kirsten (Dem)
New York U.S. Senate
0%
Graham, Lindsey (Rep)
South Carolina U.S. Senate
100%
Grassley, Chuck (Rep)
Iowa U.S. Senate
0%
Hagan, Kay 

100%
Harkin, Tom 

100%
Hatch, Orrin (Rep)
Utah U.S. Senate
100%
Heinrich, Martin (Dem)
New Mexico U.S. Senate
100%
Heitkamp, Heidi (XXX)
North Dakota U.S. Senate
100%
Heller, Dean (Rep)
Nevada U.S. Senate
0%
  1  
Preferred Position: Y Score
Hirono, Mazie (Dem)
Hawaii U.S. Senate
100%
Hoeven, John (Rep)
North Dakota U.S. Senate
100%
Inhofe, James (Rep)
Oklahoma U.S. Senate
0%
Isakson, Johnny (Rep)
Georgia U.S. Senate
100%
Johanns, Mike 

100%
Johnson, Ron (Rep)
Wisconsin U.S. Senate
0%
Johnson, Tim 

100%
Kaine, Tim (Dem)
Virginia U.S. Senate
100%
King, Angus (Ind)
Maine U.S. Senate
100%
Kirk, Mark 

100%
Klobuchar, Amy (DFL)
Minnesota U.S. Senate
100%
Landrieu, Mary 

100%
Leahy, Patrick (Dem)
Vermont U.S. Senate
100%
Lee, Mike (Rep)
Utah U.S. Senate
0%
Levin, Carl 

100%
  1  
Preferred Position: Y Score
Manchin, Joe (Dem)
West Virginia U.S. Senate
100%
Markey, Edward (Dem)
Massachusetts U.S. Senate
0%
McCain, John (Rep)
Arizona U.S. Senate
0%
McCaskill, Claire (Dem)
Missouri U.S. Senate
100%
McConnell, Mitch (Rep)
Kentucky U.S. Senate
100%
Menendez, Robert (Dem)
New Jersey U.S. Senate
100%
Merkley, Jeff (Dem)
Oregon U.S. Senate
100%
Mikulski, Barbara 

100%
Moran, Jerry (Rep)
Kansas U.S. Senate
100%
Murkowski, Lisa (Rep)
Alaska U.S. Senate
0%
Murphy, Chris (Dem)
Connecticut U.S. Senate
0%
Murray, Patty (Dem)
Washington U.S. Senate
100%
Nelson, Bill (Dem)
Florida U.S. Senate
100%
Paul, Rand (Rep)
Kentucky U.S. Senate
0%
Portman, Rob (Rep)
Ohio U.S. Senate
100%
  1  
Preferred Position: Y Score
Pryor, Mark 

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

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

100%
Rubio, Marco (Rep)
Florida U.S. Senate
0%
Sanders, Bernie (Ind)
Vermont U.S. Senate
100%
Schatz, Brian (Dem)
Hawaii U.S. Senate
100%
Schumer, Charles (Dem)
New York U.S. Senate
100%
Scott, Tim (Rep)
South Carolina U.S. Senate
0%
Sessions, Jeff 

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

100%
Udall, Tom (Dem)
New Mexico U.S. Senate
100%
Vitter, David 

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

Vote Descriptions:

1 113-2 21: H.R.2642, On the Conference Report H.R. 2642, the Farm Bill Conference Report: This bill contains a number of provisions supported by AF&PA: • Includes the Forest Products Fairness Act (HR 979), which allows forest products to be included in USDA’s biobased programs. • Includes compromise language that exempts forest roads and silviculture activities from any permitting requirements and the citizen suit provision of the Clean Water Act. The language does not prevent EPA from considering non- permit measures for forest roads and silviculture activities. • Includes improvements to conservation programs like the Conservation Stewardship Program and multiple beneficial provisions related to federal land management • Calls for the Secretary of Agriculture to revise the strategic plan for the FIA program and includes direction on what should be included. • Funding for Energy Title programs generally was reduced. The Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) has been reduced to $25 million a year in total funding, not more than half of which can be used for the Collection, Harvest, Storage and Transportation (CHST) payments that previously were a concern for the industry.

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