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110th Congress - Senate Vote Record


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- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
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Preferred Position: N Y N Y Y Y Score
Alexander, Lamar (R)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
66%
Barrasso, John (R)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
* * * * 50%
Baucus, Max 
No longer in office
50%
Boxer, Barbara (D)
California U.S. Senate
66%
Brown, Sherrod (D)
Ohio U.S. Senate
66%
Brownback, Sam (R)
Kansas Governor
50%
Burr, Richard (R)
North Carolina U.S. Senate
66%
Cantwell, Maria (D)
Washington U.S. Senate
50%
Cardin, Benjamin (D)
Maryland U.S. Senate
66%
Carper, Thomas (D)
Delaware U.S. Senate
66%
Casey, Robert (D)
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate
66%
Chambliss, Saxby (R)
Georgia U.S. Senate
66%
Coburn, Tom (R)
Oklahoma U.S. Senate
- 40%
Cochran, Thad (R)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
50%
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Preferred Position: N Y N Y Y Y Score
Collins, Susan (R)
Maine U.S. Senate
83%
Corker, Bob (R)
Tennessee U.S. Senate
66%
Cornyn, John (R)
Texas U.S. Senate
- 60%
Crapo, Mike (R)
Idaho U.S. Senate
50%
Durbin, Richard (D)
Illinois U.S. Senate
66%
Enzi, Mike (R)
Wyoming U.S. Senate
33%
Feinstein, Dianne (D)
California U.S. Senate
66%
Graham, Lindsey (R)
South Carolina U.S. Senate
83%
Grassley, Chuck (R)
Iowa U.S. Senate
66%
Harkin, Tom (D)
Iowa U.S. Senate
66%
Hatch, Orrin (R)
Utah U.S. Senate
66%
Inhofe, James (R)
Oklahoma U.S. Senate
50%
Isakson, Johnny (R)
Georgia U.S. Senate
66%
Johnson, Tim (D)
South Dakota U.S. Senate
- - - - 50%
Klobuchar, Amy (D)
Minnesota U.S. Senate
66%
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Preferred Position: N Y N Y Y Y Score
Landrieu, Mary (D)
Louisiana U.S. Senate
33%
Leahy, Patrick (D)
Vermont U.S. Senate
66%
Levin, Carl (D)
Michigan U.S. Senate
66%
McCain, John (R)
Arizona U.S. Senate
- - 75%
McCaskill, Claire (D)
Missouri U.S. Senate
33%
McConnell, Mitch (R)
Kentucky U.S. Senate
66%
Menendez, Robert (D)
New Jersey U.S. Senate
66%
Mikulski, Barbara (D)
Maryland U.S. Senate
66%
Murkowski, Lisa (R)
Alaska U.S. Senate
83%
Murray, Patty (D)
Washington U.S. Senate
66%
Nelson, Bill (D)
Florida U.S. Senate
50%
Pryor, Mark (D)
Arkansas U.S. Senate
66%
Reed, Jack (D)
Rhode Island U.S. Senate
66%
Reid, Harry (D)
Nevada U.S. Senate
66%
Roberts, Pat (R)
Kansas U.S. Senate
50%
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Preferred Position: N Y N Y Y Y Score
Rockefeller, Jay (D)
West Virginia U.S. Senate
50%
Sanders, Bernie (I)
Vermont U.S. Senate
33%
Schumer, Charles (D)
New York U.S. Senate
- 80%
Sessions, Jeff (R)
Alabama U.S. Senate
33%
Shelby, Richard (R)
Alabama U.S. Senate
50%
Stabenow, Debbie (D)
Michigan U.S. Senate
33%
Tester, Jon (D)
Montana U.S. Senate
33%
Thune, John (R)
South Dakota U.S. Senate
66%
Vitter, David (R)
Louisiana U.S. Senate
50%
Whitehouse, Sheldon (D)
Rhode Island U.S. Senate
66%
Wicker, Roger (R)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
* * * * * 0%
Wyden, Ron (D)
Oregon U.S. Senate
50%

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- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
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Key:

1 110-1 31: H.R.2, On the Amendment S.Amdt. 148 S.Amdt. 148 to S.Amdt. 100 to H.R. 2. This amendment would debar federal contractors for 10 years for any immigration violation, even paperwork violations. (Passed 94-0) AGC POSITION: NO

2 110-1 170: H.R.1495, On Passage of the Bill Water Resources Development Act (H.R.1495). Important infrastructure vote that would authorize $23 billion in flood control, increasing navigation capacity and ecosystem restoration projects administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). (Vote on Final Passage Passed 91-4) AGC POSITION: YES

3 110-1 227: H.R.800, On the Cloture Motion Employee Free Choice Act (HR 800). The bill would create a fundamental shift in labor policy by approving legislation that would rely solely on "card check" rather than a secret ballot election to decide representation when organizing a union and also imposes mandatory mediation and binding arbitration. (Failed 51-48) AGC POSITION: NO

4 110-1 228: S.1639, On the Cloture Motion Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act (S 1639). This vote would have allowed debate to continue on comprehensive immigration reform. (Failed 64-35) AGC POSITION: YES

5 110-1 406: H.R.1495, On Overriding the Veto Water Resources Development Act (HR 1495). Important Veto Override infrastructure vote that would authorize $23 billion in flood control, increasing navigation capacity and ecosystem restoration projects administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). (Veto Override Passed 79-14) AGC POSITION: YES

6 110-2 213: H.R.1424, On Passage of the Bill (H. R. 1424 As Amended) Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. Vote on a bipartisan bill to restore liquidity, stability and confidence in the financial markets. (Passed 74-25) AGC POSITION: YES