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Voted with the preferred position Voted against the preferred position
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- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Abercrombie, Neil 

18%
Aderholt, Robert (Rep)
Alabama Congressional District 4
100%
Andrews, Robert 

18%
Bachus, Spencer 

100%
Baldwin, Tammy (Dem)
Wisconsin U.S. Senate
9%
Barton, Joe (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 6
100%
Becerra, Xavier (Dem)
California Congressional District 34
- - 11%
Bishop, Sanford (Dem)
Georgia Congressional District 2
45%
Blumenauer, Earl (Dem)
Oregon Congressional District 3
9%
Blunt, Roy (Rep)
Missouri U.S. Senate
100%
Boehner, John (Rep)
Ohio Congressional District 8
100%
Boozman, John (Rep)
Arkansas U.S. Senate
* * * * * * * 100%
Brady, Kevin (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 8
100%
Brady, Robert (Dem)
Pennsylvania Congressional District 1
- 20%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Brown, Corrine (Dem)
Florida Congressional District 5
9%
Brown, Sherrod (Dem)
Ohio U.S. Senate
9%
Burr, Richard (Rep)
North Carolina U.S. Senate
100%
Calvert, Ken (Rep)
California Congressional District 42
100%
Camp, Dave 

100%
Cantor, Eric 

100%
Capito, Shelley (Rep)
West Virginia U.S. Senate
100%
Capps, Lois (Dem)
California Congressional District 24
18%
Capuano, Michael (Dem)
Massachusetts Congressional District 7
9%
Cardin, Ben (Dem)
Maryland U.S. Senate
9%
Chabot, Steve (Rep)
Ohio Congressional District 1
100%
Chambliss, Saxby 

- 100%
Clyburn, James (Dem)
South Carolina Congressional District 6
36%
Coble, Howard 

100%
Conyers, John (Dem)
Michigan Congressional District 13
9%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Crenshaw, Ander (Rep)
Florida Congressional District 4
100%
Crowley, Joseph (Dem)
New York Congressional District 14
9%
Culberson, John (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 7
100%
Cummings, Elijah (Dem)
Maryland Congressional District 7
9%
Davis, Danny (Dem)
Illinois Congressional District 7
9%
Davis, Susan (Dem)
California Congressional District 53
18%
Deal, Nathan (Rep)
Georgia Governor
100%
DeFazio, Peter (Dem)
Oregon Congressional District 4
- 10%
DeGette, Diana (Dem)
Colorado Congressional District 1
9%
DeLauro, Rosa (Dem)
Connecticut Congressional District 3
9%
Dingell, John 

18%
Doggett, Lloyd (Dem)
Texas Congressional District 35
9%
Doyle, Mike (Dem)
Pennsylvania Congressional District 14
18%
Duncan, John (Rep)
Tennessee Congressional District 2
90%
Engel, Eliot (Dem)
New York Congressional District 16
9%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Eshoo, Anna (Dem)
California Congressional District 18
9%
Farr, Sam (Dem)
California Congressional District 20
18%
Fattah, Chaka (Dem)
Pennsylvania Congressional District 2
- 10%
Flake, Jeff (Rep)
Arizona U.S. Senate
81%
Frelinghuysen, Rodney (Rep)
New Jersey Congressional District 11
90%
Goodlatte, Bob (Rep)
Virginia Congressional District 6
100%
Graham, Lindsey (Rep)
South Carolina U.S. Senate
100%
Granger, Kay (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 12
100%
Graves, Sam (Rep)
Missouri Congressional District 6
100%
Green, Gene (Dem)
Texas Congressional District 29
27%
Gutierrez, Luis (Dem)
Illinois Congressional District 4
9%
Hall, Ralph 

90%
Hastings, Alcee (Dem)
Florida Congressional District 20
- - 11%
Hastings, Doc 

100%
Hinojosa, Ruben (Dem)
Texas Congressional District 15
18%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Holt, Rush 

18%
Honda, Mike (Dem)
California Congressional District 17
18%
Hoyer, Steny (Dem)
Maryland Congressional District 5
9%
Inslee, Jay (Dem)
Washington Governor
9%
Isakson, Johnny (Rep)
Georgia U.S. Senate
100%
Israel, Steve (Dem)
New York Congressional District 3
27%
Issa, Darrell (Rep)
California Congressional District 49
100%
Jackson Lee, Sheila (Dem)
Texas Congressional District 18
18%
Johnson, Eddie (Dem)
Texas Congressional District 30
9%
Johnson, Sam (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 3
100%
Jones, Walter (Rep)
North Carolina Congressional District 3
100%
Kaptur, Marcy (Dem)
Ohio Congressional District 9
9%
Kind, Ron (Dem)
Wisconsin Congressional District 3
9%
King, Pete (Rep)
New York Congressional District 2
90%
Kingston, Jack 

100%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Kirk, Mark (Rep)
Illinois U.S. Senate
81%
Langevin, Jim (Dem)
Rhode Island Congressional District 2
9%
Larsen, Rick (Dem)
Washington Congressional District 2
18%
Larson, John (Dem)
Connecticut Congressional District 1
18%
Latham, Tom 

- 100%
Lee, Barbara (Dem)
California Congressional District 13
- 0%
Levin, Sandy (Dem)
Michigan Congressional District 9
9%
Lewis, John (Dem)
Georgia Congressional District 5
9%
LoBiondo, Frank (Rep)
New Jersey Congressional District 2
72%
Lofgren, Zoe (Dem)
California Congressional District 19
9%
Lowey, Nita (Dem)
New York Congressional District 17
- 10%
Lucas, Frank (Rep)
Oklahoma Congressional District 3
100%
Lynch, Stephen (Dem)
Massachusetts Congressional District 8
* * * * * * 20%
Maloney, Carolyn (Dem)
New York Congressional District 12
9%
Markey, Edward (Dem)
Massachusetts U.S. Senate
9%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Matheson, Jim 

36%
McCarthy, Carolyn 

18%
McCollum, Betty (DFL)
Minnesota Congressional District 4
9%
McDermott, Jim (Dem)
Washington Congressional District 7
9%
McGovern, Jim (Dem)
Massachusetts Congressional District 2
9%
McIntyre, Mike 

- 40%
McKeon, Howard 

100%
Meeks, Gregory (Dem)
New York Congressional District 5
9%
Menendez, Robert (Dem)
New Jersey U.S. Senate
9%
Mica, John (Rep)
Florida Congressional District 7
100%
Miller, Gary 

100%
Miller, George 

9%
Miller, Jeff (Rep)
Florida Congressional District 1
* * * * * * 100%
Moran, Jerry (Rep)
Kansas U.S. Senate
100%
Moran, Jim 

18%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Nadler, Jerrold (Dem)
New York Congressional District 10
9%
Napolitano, Grace (Dem)
California Congressional District 32
9%
Neal, Richard (Dem)
Massachusetts Congressional District 1
9%
Otter, Butch 

100%
Pascrell, Bill (Dem)
New Jersey Congressional District 9
9%
Pastor, Ed 

9%
Pelosi, Nancy (Dem)
California Congressional District 12
9%
Pence, Mike (Rep)
Indiana Governor
100%
Peterson, Collin (Dem)
Minnesota Congressional District 7
- 30%
Petri, Tom 

63%
Pitts, Joe (Rep)
Pennsylvania Congressional District 16
100%
Portman, Rob (Rep)
Ohio U.S. Senate
100%
Price, David (Dem)
North Carolina Congressional District 4
9%
Rahall, Nick 

18%
Rangel, Charles (Dem)
New York Congressional District 13
- 10%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Rogers, Hal (Rep)
Kentucky Congressional District 5
- 100%
Rogers, Mike 

100%
Rohrabacher, Dana (Rep)
California Congressional District 48
100%
Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana (Rep)
Florida Congressional District 27
100%
Roybal-Allard, Lucille (Dem)
California Congressional District 40
9%
Royce, Ed (Rep)
California Congressional District 39
90%
Rush, Bobby (Dem)
Illinois Congressional District 1
9%
Ryan, Paul (Rep)
Wisconsin Congressional District 1
100%
Sanchez, Loretta (Dem)
California Congressional District 46
18%
Schakowsky, Jan (Dem)
Illinois Congressional District 9
9%
Schiff, Adam (Dem)
California Congressional District 28
18%
Scott, Bobby (Dem)
Virginia Congressional District 3
9%
Sensenbrenner, Jim (Rep)
Wisconsin Congressional District 5
90%
Serrano, Jose (Dem)
New York Congressional District 15
9%
Sessions, Pete (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 32
90%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Sherman, Brad (Dem)
California Congressional District 30
9%
Shimkus, John (Rep)
Illinois Congressional District 15
100%
Shuster, Bill (Rep)
Pennsylvania Congressional District 9
* * * 100%
Simpson, Mike (Rep)
Idaho Congressional District 2
100%
Slaughter, Louise (Dem)
New York Congressional District 25
9%
Smith, Adam (Dem)
Washington Congressional District 9
18%
Smith, Chris (Rep)
New Jersey Congressional District 4
63%
Smith, Lamar (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 21
100%
Terry, Lee 

- 100%
Thompson, Bennie (Dem)
Mississippi Congressional District 2
27%
Thompson, Mike (Dem)
California Congressional District 5
18%
Thornberry, Mac (Rep)
Texas Congressional District 13
100%
Thune, John (Rep)
South Dakota U.S. Senate
90%
Tiberi, Pat (Rep)
Ohio Congressional District 12
100%
Tierney, John 

9%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Toomey, Pat (Rep)
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate
100%
Udall, Mark 

9%
Udall, Tom (Dem)
New Mexico U.S. Senate
9%
Upton, Fred (Rep)
Michigan Congressional District 6
100%
Velazquez, Nydia (Dem)
New York Congressional District 7
9%
Visclosky, Pete (Dem)
Indiana Congressional District 1
18%
Vitter, David (Rep)
Louisiana U.S. Senate
100%
Walden, Greg (Rep)
Oregon Congressional District 2
100%
Waters, Maxine (Dem)
California Congressional District 43
9%
Watt, Mel 

9%
Waxman, Henry 

9%
Whitfield, Ed (Rep)
Kentucky Congressional District 1
100%
Wicker, Roger (Rep)
Mississippi U.S. Senate
100%
Wilson, Joe (Rep)
South Carolina Congressional District 2
* * * * * * * * 100%
Wolf, Frank 

100%
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Preferred Position: Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Score
Young, C.W. Bill 

100%
Young, Don (Rep)
Alaska Congressional District 1
- 100%

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    

Key:

1 107-1 33: S.J.RES.6, On passage On S.J.RES.6: Resolution Repealing the Ergonomics Regulation

2 107-1 45: H.R.3, On passage On H.R.3: Approval of 10 Percent Across the Board Tax Cut

3 107-1 84: H.R.8, passage On H.R.8: A bill to phaseout the estate and gift taxes over a 10-year period.

4 107-1 317: H.R.4, On Agreeing to the Amendment On H.R.4: Amendment to strike provision allowing for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

5 107-1 320: H.R.4, final passage On H.R.4: Passage of National Energy Strategy

6 107-1 329: H.R.2563, On Agreeing to the Amendment On H.R.2563: Norwood amendment to limit employer liability and reduce damage awards.

7 107-1 404: H.R.3090, On Passage H.R.3090: Passage of Economic Stimulus Legislation

8 107-1 464: H.R.3210, On Passage On H.R.3210:Passage of terrorism reinsurance legislation

9 107-1 509: H.R.3529, On Passage On H.R.3529:Passage of Second economic stimulus legislation

10 107-2 103: H.R.586, On Motion to Agree to the Senate Amendment with an Amendment On H.R.586: Making tax cuts permanent

11 107-2 159: H.R.3694, On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass, as Amended On H.R.3694: Highway Funding Restoration Act


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