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Abortion
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-S0311
on Feb 5, 2019
(1) Voted YES to protect infant survivors of abortion or (2) Born-Alive Survivors bill tries to illegalize abortion or (3) Sponsored bill to protect infant survivors of abortion Participating counts on VoteMatch question 1. Democrats: 46
Republicans: 239
Independents: 3
15-H0036
on May 13, 2015
(1) Ban abortion after 20 weeks, except for maternal life or (2) Constitutional right to terminate pregnancy for health Participating counts on VoteMatch question 1. Democrats: 180
Republicans: 237
Independents: 8
15-H0007
on Jan 22, 2015
(1) No taxpayer funding of abortions via ObamaCare or (2) Funding abortion avoids discrimination against poor women Participating counts on VoteMatch question 1. Democrats: 177
Republicans: 235
Independents: 8

Budget & Economy
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-HR133
on Jan 15, 2020
(1) Voted YES on $900 billion COVID relief package or (2) Voted NO on $900 billion COVID relief package or (3) Sponsored bill for $900 billion COVID relief package Participating counts on VoteMatch question 20. Democrats: 266
Republicans: 219
Independents: 4

Civil Rights
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
16-H5055
on May 25, 2016
(1) Don't elevate gender identity as a protected class or (2) Religious objections to GLBT services same as 1960s racism Participating counts on VoteMatch question 3. Democrats: 176
Republicans: 233
Independents: 8

Corporations
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-HR2513
on May 3, 2019
(1) Voted YES on corporate transparency or (2) Voted NO on corporate transparency or (3) Sponsored bill for corporate transparency Participating counts on VoteMatch question 25. Democrats: 201
Republicans: 177
Independents: 4
19-HJR37
on Jan 30, 2019
(1) Remove US Forces from Hostilities Against Yemen or (2) Voted NO on removing US forces from Yemen or (3) Sponsored bill to remove US forces from Yemen Participating counts on VoteMatch question 17. Democrats: 203
Republicans: 182
Independents: 3
16-S2155
on Mar 14, 2018
(1) Regulatory relief for smaller banks stimulates growth or (2) Deregulating banks encourages discriminatory practices or (3) Signed bill for regulatory relief for smaller banks Participating counts on VoteMatch question 8. Democrats: 215
Republicans: 244
Independents: 6
17-HR1
on Nov 16, 2017
(1) Reduce corporate tax rates from 35% to 21% to create jobs or (2) Reducing tax rates balloons federal deficit & cuts programs or (3) Signed bill to reduce corporate tax rates from 35% to 21% Participating counts on VoteMatch question 11. Democrats: 213
Republicans: 254
Independents: 6

Crime
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-HR4052
on Jul 25, 2019
(1) Asked Biden Administration to abolish federal death penalty or (2) Reinstate lethal injections; implement federal death penalty or (3) Sponsored bill to abolish federal death penalty Participating counts on VoteMatch question 9. Democrats: 63
Republicans: 1
Independents: 3
18-S756
on Dec 20, 2018
(1) First step: reduce recidivism & mass incarceration or (2) Don't compromise community safety with sentencing reform or (3) Signed First Step Act to reduce recidivism Participating counts on VoteMatch question 9. Democrats: 205
Republicans: 241
Independents: 4

Drugs
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
18-HR2851
on Jun 8, 2017
(1) Voted YES on combatting epidemic of synthetic drugs or (2) Voted NO on additional Drug War funding for synthetic drugs or (3) Sponsored bill for combatting epidemic of synthetic drugs Participating counts on VoteMatch question 19. Democrats: 160
Republicans: 191
Independents: 5

Education
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-HR2574
on May 8, 2019
(1) Voted YES on private lawsuits for school race discrimination or (2) Voted NO on private lawsuits for school race discrimination or (3) Sponsored bill for suing against school race discrimination Participating counts on VoteMatch question 2. Democrats: 220
Republicans: 183
Independents: 4
15-H0010
on Oct 21, 2015
(1) Vouchers break link of low-income and low-quality schools or (2) Oppose private and religious school voucher programs Participating counts on VoteMatch question 7. Democrats: 181
Republicans: 241
Independents: 8
15-H0005
on Jul 8, 2015
(1) A-PLUS lets states escape No Child Left Behind or (2) No-strings-attached block grant will kill transparency Participating counts on VoteMatch question 7. Democrats: 182
Republicans: 239
Independents: 8

Energy & Oil
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-HR4447
on Sep 20, 2019
(1) Voted YES to assist rural electric renewable energy or (2) Voted NO on assisting rural electric renewable energy or (3) Sponsored bill to assist rural electric renewable energy Participating counts on VoteMatch question 18. Democrats: 224
Republicans: 168
Independents: 5
16-H5538B
on Jul 13, 2016
(1) Voted YES on banning offshore oil drilling in Gulf of Mexico or (2) Drill for oil & gas in offshore OCS & Eastern Gulf of Mexico Participating counts on VoteMatch question 18. Democrats: 181
Republicans: 239
Independents: 8

Environment
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
18-HJR69
on Feb 16, 2017
(1) Loosen restrictions on predator control in Alaska or (2) Keep restrictive rules for predator control in Alaska or (3) Signed bill to loosen restrictions on predator controls Participating counts on VoteMatch question 8. Democrats: 213
Republicans: 249
Independents: 5
16-S0764
on Jun 23, 2016
(1) Voted YES to require GMO labeling or (2) Voted NO on requiring limited GMO labeling Participating counts on VoteMatch question 8. Democrats: 178
Republicans: 236
Independents: 8

Foreign Policy
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-HR6210
on Mar 11, 2020
(1) Voted YES to monitor forced Uyghur labor in Xinjiang or (2) Not US role to monitor forced Uyghur labor in Xinjiang or (3) Sponsored bill to monitor forced Uyghur labor in Xinjiang Participating counts on VoteMatch question 14. Democrats: 206
Republicans: 153
Independents: 5
17-HR3326
on Jul 20, 2017
(1) Cut World Bank funding to enforce against terrorism or (2) Maintain World Bank funding as part of multilateralism or (3) Sponsored bill to cut World Bank funding Participating counts on VoteMatch question 14. Democrats: 171
Republicans: 202
Independents: 5

Free Trade
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-HR5430
on Dec 19, 2019
(1) Implement USMCA for improved North American trade or (2) Oppose USMCA until more environmental & job protections or (3) Signed USMCA to improve trade as "NAFTA 2.0" Participating counts on VoteMatch question 13. Democrats: 240
Republicans: 228
Independents: 6
15-S0995
on Oct 19, 2015
(1) Voted YES to kill reauthorization of Ex-Im Bank or (2) Voted FOR reauthorizing Ex-Im Bank Participating counts on VoteMatch question 13. Democrats: 42
Republicans: 48
Independents: 3

Government Reform
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
ImpeachK
on Dec 18, 2019
(1) Voted YES on two articles of impeachment against Trump or (2) Voted NO on two articles of impeachment against Trump or (3) Mixed vote on two articles of impeachment against Trump (Not used in VoteMatch) Democrats: 47
Republicans: 53
Independents: 2
19-S949
on Jan 3, 2019
(1) Holiday on election day; revamp for easier voting access or (2) No holiday on election day; no same-day registration or (3) Sponsored bill for election holiday & easier voting access Participating counts on VoteMatch question 16. Democrats: 270
Republicans: 186
Independents: 5

Gun Control
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-HR0008
on Feb 27, 2019
(1) Require background check for every firearm sale and transfer or (2) Voted NO on background check for every firearm sale or (3) Co-sponsored background check for every firearm sale Participating counts on VoteMatch question 10. Democrats: 267
Republicans: 190
Independents: 4

Health Care
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
15-H0132
on Feb 3, 2015
(1) Fully repealing ObamaCare is important, but not sufficient or (2) GOP can't beat ObamaCare, so they pretend it's a "disaster" Participating counts on VoteMatch question 5. Democrats: 179
Republicans: 237
Independents: 8

Homeland Security
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
15-HR1735
on Apr 13, 2015
(1) $515B for military plus $89B off sequester for wars or (2) Funding wars separately is gimmick against sequestration or (3) Vetoed separate war funding as gimmick against sequestration Participating counts on VoteMatch question 15. Democrats: 206
Republicans: 246
Independents: 10

Immigration
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-HJR46
on Feb 26, 2019
(1) Terminate national emergency at the Southern border or (2) Support national emergency at the Southern border or (3) Vetoed ending national emergency at the Southern border Participating counts on VoteMatch question 12. Democrats: 45
Republicans: 54
Independents: 2
16-H5293
on Jun 16, 2016
(1) Voted YES to ban DREAMer immigrants from military service or (2) Voted to legalize DREAMer immigrants via military service Participating counts on VoteMatch question 12. Democrats: 177
Republicans: 235
Independents: 8

Principles & Values
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-SCOTUS
on Dec 7, 2020
(1) Overturn presidential election due to pandemic voting rules or (2) Lost lawsuit in Supreme Court on overturning election or (3) States cannot sue each other over eased voting rules Participating counts on VoteMatch question 16. Democrats: 4
Republicans: 125
Independents: 1

Tax Reform
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
15-H1105
on Apr 16, 2015
(1) Death Tax is a pernicious double tax or (2) Raising estate tax to 1990s level means $448B in new revenue Participating counts on VoteMatch question 11. Democrats: 179
Republicans: 231
Independents: 8

Technology
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
19-HR1644
on Mar 8, 2019
(1) Voted YES on net neutrality for open internet or (2) Voted NO on net neutrality: don't regulate the internet or (3) Sponsored bill for net neutrality for open internet Participating counts on VoteMatch question 33. Democrats: 206
Republicans: 179
Independents: 4
16-HR3293
on Jul 29, 2015
(1) Award research grants based on national interest or (2) Let NSF decide research grants, not Congress or (3) Sponsored bill to base research grants on national interest Participating counts on VoteMatch question 15. Democrats: 164
Republicans: 194
Independents: 8

War & Peace
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
20-SCR33
on Jan 9, 2020
(1) No military force against Iran without Congress approval or (2) President ok to use military force against Iran or (3) Vetoed the Iran War Powers Resolution Participating counts on VoteMatch question 17. Democrats: 268
Republicans: 237
Independents: 6
20-SRes234
on Jun 5, 2019
(1) Asked State Dept to oppose Israeli annexation of West Bank or (2) Let Israel decide on annexation of West Bank or (3) Sponsored bill to oppose Israeli annexation of West Bank Participating counts on VoteMatch question 14. Democrats: 26
Republicans: 2
Independents: 0
14-HJR124
on Sep 16, 2014
(1) Aid the Syrian opposition with training & equipment or (2) Voted NO on net neutrality: don't regulate the internet or (3) Sponsored bill to aid Syrian opposition Participating counts on VoteMatch question 17. Democrats: 166
Republicans: 179
Independents: 9

Welfare & Poverty
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
18-HR5735
on May 9, 2018
(1) Voted YES for housing vouchers for recovering drug addicts or (2) Voted NO on transferring housing vouchers to ex-addicts or (3) Sponsored bill providing housing vouchers to ex-addicts Participating counts on VoteMatch question 30. Democrats: 175
Republicans: 207
Independents: 6


                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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