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SpeakerHouse members chose who would be the speaker of the House. Perry was the only of the nine House Members we track to vote for Freedom Caucus crony Jim Jordan Perry, who reportedly has hopes of leading the Freedom Caucus, chose his fellow caucus member Rep. Jim Jordan (despite the abuse scandal that has followed Jordan for the past year); all eight others voted for Kevin McCarthy.AdministrativeJJ01-03-19Pelosi: 220
McCarthy: 192
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RulesThis is a vote on Title I of the Rules package that will outline procedures on debate and consideration of bills in the House; see here for a detailed description of this significant package, which addresses anti-corruption and transparency, as well as controversial “pay-as-you-go” (PAYGO) provisionsAdministrativeNO01-03-19234-197PASS
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H.J. Res. 1This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, and would fund the Department of Homeland Security through 02/08/19, giving time for a longer-term deal to be negotiatedBudgetNO01-03-19239-192PASS
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H.R. 21This is the other part of the attempt to resolve the shutdown, funding other agencies through 09/30/19BudgetNO01-03-19241-190PASS
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H.R. 264This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding the Treasury and IRSBudgetNO01-09-19240-188PASS
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Title III of H. Res. 6Allowing the House to defend the Affordable Care Act in courtAdministrativeNO01-09-19235-191PASS
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Title III of H. Res. 6Allowing the House to defend the Affordable Care Act in courtAdministrativeNO01-09-19235-191PASS
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H.R. 265This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding food stamps, WIC, and the Department of AgricultureBudgetNO01-10-19243-183PASS
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H.R. 267This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding Transportation and Housing and Urban DevelopmentBudgetNO01-10-19244-180PASS
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H.R. 266This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding the EPA and Interior DepartmentBudgetNO01-11-19240-179PASS
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S. 24Compensates federal employees for lost wages from the shutdown as soon as the shutdown is overBudgetYES01-11-19411-17PASS
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H.J Res. 27This is a bill to end the shutdown and reauthorized programs like the Violence Against Women ActBudgetNO01-15-19237-187PASS
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H. Res. 41Denunciation of white nationalism, glancing rebuke of Rep. Steve KingProceduralYES01-15-19424-1PASS
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H.R. 268This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding MANY departments as well and providing disaster fundingBudgetNO01-16-19237-187PASS
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H.J. Res. 30This would block the Treasury department from lifting sanctions on a Russian oligarch with ties to the Trump-Russia investigationForeign AffairsYES01-17-19362-53PASS
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H.R. 676This would stop the president from withdrawing us from NATOForeign AffairsNO01-22-19357-22PASS
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H.R. 328This created a white-hat hacking program to find bugs in federal systemsTechnologyYES01-22-19377-3PASS
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H.R. 648This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding departments through SeptemberBudgetNO01-23-19234-180PASS
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H.J. Res. 28This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding departments through mid-FebruaryBudgetX (did not vote)01-23-19229-184PASS
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H.J. Res 31This is part of the effort to end the shutdown, funding Homeland Security through mid-FebruaryBudgetNO01-24-19231-180PASS
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H. Res. 77This resolution encourages banks to help consumers affected by the shutdownBudgetYES01-29-19voice votePASS
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H. Res. 79This resolution condemns shutdownsBudgetNO01-30-19249-163FAIL
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H.R. 790This would give federal employees a raise of 2.6%, that the president had previously cancelled by executive orderBudgetNO01-30-19259-161PASS
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H.R. 66Creates a Centennial Commission to honor Route 66 on its 100th anniversary in 2026.TransportationNO02-06-19399-22PASS
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H.R. 1065Encourages the federal government to investigate a job candidates’ social media when granting security clearancesAdministrativeYES02-11-19377-3PASS
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H.J. Res. 37Advocates for removing the US military from any role in the war in YemenForeign AffairsNO02-13-19248-177PASS
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H.J. Res. 31Funding DHS for the rest of the fiscal year and avoiding another shutdownBudgetNO02-14-19300-128PASS
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H.R. 831Tells Secretary of Transportation to get nominations for the “Scenic Byways” grant program, which provides for improving/maintaining historically interesting or beautiful roadways.TransportationNO02-16-19404-19PASS
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H.J. Res. 46Ending the fake national emergencyAdministrativeNO02-26-19245-182PASS
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S. 47Permanently reauthorizes the LWCF and makes new national parksEnvironmentalNO02-26-19363-62PASS
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H.R. 8Closing the gun show loophole in background checksGun reformNO02-27-19240-190PASS
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H.R. 1112Extending the time for the FBI to perform background checks before auto-approvalGun reformNO02-28-19228-198PASS
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H Res. 183Condemned both anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim expressions of hate and intoleranceAdministrativeYES03-07-19407-23PASS
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H.R. 1The Democrat signature legislative package of ethics and election reform measures, including changes to campaign finance and disclosure rulesEthics reformNO03-08-19234-193PASS
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H. Con. Res. 24Resolution to make the results of the Mueller Report publicAdministrativeYES03-14-19420-0PASS
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H.J. Res. 46 veto overrideThe attempt to override the president's veto on the resolution to end the fake national emergencyProceduralNO03-26-19248-181FAIL
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H.R. 7The paycheck fairness act - closes loopholes in the Equal Pay Act of 1963 that limits the ability to enforce equal pay for equal workCivil RightsNO03-27-19242-187PASS
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H. Res. 124This is a resolution to officially disapprove of the President's ban on transgender military service membersCivil RightsNO03-28-19238-185PASS
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H. Res. 271This resolution condemns the Trump Administration for its legal efforts to dismantle the ACAHealth careNO04-03-19240-186PASS
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H.R. 1585This bill reauthorizes the Violence Against Women Act, and introduces expansions (closing the boyfriend loophole of background checks, adds in transgendered people)Civil RightsNO04-04-19263-158PASS
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S.J. Res. 7Stops the US military from any role in YemenForeign AffairsNO04-04-19247-175PASS
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H.R. 1644This bill restores Net Neutrality rulesTechnologyNO04-10-19232-190PASS
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Motion to Table - H. Res. 304This vote quashed an effort to force a criminal referral of Michael Cohen for lying to CongressProceduralX (did not vote)05-01-19226-183PASS
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H.R. 9This would keep the US in the Paris Climate AccordEnvironmentalNO05-02-19231-190PASS
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H.R. 986Nullifies one of Trump's attempts to destroy the ACAHealth careNO05-09-19230-183PASS
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H.R. 2157Disaster funding for wildfires, floods and hurricanesBudgetNO05-10-19250-157PASS
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H.R. 312This reaffirms tribal rights for a group of Native Americans in Massachusetts who were affected by a Trump Administration bureaucratic rulingCivil RightsNO05-15-19275-146PASS
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H.R. 987Bolsters the ACA and lowers prescription drug prices by changing rules re: genericsHealth careNO05-16-19234-183PASS
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H.R. 5Prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientationCivil RightsNO05-17-19236-173PASS
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H.R. 1500This restores services and capabilities to the Consumer Financial Protection BureauConsumer ProtectionNO05-22-19231-191PASS
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H.R. 1994This bill fixes a mistake that was put into the GOP Tax Scam, and sets up a cluster of new provisions to help retirement savingsBudget/TaxesYES05-23-19417-3PASS
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H.R. 2157This appropriations bill provides disaster aid that would help victims of wildfires, floods and hurricanes, including Puerto Rico aid to help rebuild from Hurricane MariaBudget/TaxesNO06-03-19354-58PASS
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H.R. 6This bill restores the DACA program, creates a path to citizenship for DACA recipients, and restores protection to TPS recipientsImmigrationNO06-04-19237-187PASS
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H.R. 2740spending bill for the 2020 fiscal year, covering the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and EducationBudget/TaxesNO06-19-19226-203PASS
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H.R. 2740, Amdt. 299Increase in funding to support youth suicide preventionBudget/TaxesNO06-19-19386-38PASS
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H.R. 2740, Amdt. 362Stops the transgender military banBudget/TaxesNO06-19-19243-183PASS
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H.R. 2740, Amdt. 363Limits warrantless wiretapping under section 702 of FISABudget/TaxesYES06-19-19175-253FAIL
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H.R. 3401 - vote 1Emergency border funding, with humanitarian standardsAppropriationsNO06-25-19230-195PASS
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H.R. 30552020 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies AppropriationsAppropriationsNO06-25-19227-195PASS
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H.R. 33512020 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations ActAppropriationsNO06-26-19224-196PASS
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H.R. 2722Election security - new rules for more secure voting machines, and money for states to upgradeTechnologyNO06-27-19225-184PASS
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H.R. 3401 - vote 4Emergency border funding, with NO humanitarian standardsAppropriationsYES06-27-19305-102PASS
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H.R. 25002020 Defense spending packageAppropriationsNO07-12-19220-197PASS
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H.R. 1327Permanent reauthorization of the funding to pay for healthcare and benefits to 9/11 victimsAppropriationsYES07-12-19402-12PASS
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H. R. 2037a bill that would impose sanctions upon the people who ordered or were a part of the awful murder of journalist Jamal KhashoggiForeign AffairsYES07-15-19405-7PASS
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H. Res. 489Condemning President Trump for his racist comments directed at four MoCsEthicsNO07-16-19240-187PASS
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H. Res. 497Putting two Trump Administration officials, AG Barr and Commerce Secretary Ross in contempt of CongressEthicsNO07-17-19230-198PASS
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S. J. Res. 36A vote to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab EmiratesForeign AffairsNO07-17-19238-190PASS
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S. J. Res. 37A vote to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab EmiratesForeign AffairsNO07-17-19238-190PASS
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S. J. Res. 38A vote to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab EmiratesForeign AffairsNO07-17-19237-190PASS
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H. Res. 498 - motion to tableSetting aside article of impeachment brought up against President Trump, a no vote means an MoC wants impeachment to move forwardEthicsYES07-17-19332-95PASS
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H.R. 582Raising the minimum Wage (for tipped workers too) to $15 across 6 yearsLaborNO07-18-19231-199PASS
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H.Res. 246Resolves that the House opposes BDS initiativesForeign AffairsYES07-23-19398-17PASS
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H.R. 3239A vote to set new minimum standard of care for children, migrants and asylum-seekers detained b ythe governmentCivil RightsNO07-24-19233-195PASS
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H.R. 397Fixes a law about multi-employer petitions to rescue them if they failLaborNO07-24-19264-169PASS
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H.R. 549Establishes TPS protections for migrants from VenezuelaForeign AffairsNO07-25-19272-158PASS
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H.R. 3877Sets budget levels through 2021, and railed the debt ceiling until that timeAppropriationsNO07-25-19284-149PASS
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H.R. 397Fixes a law about multi-employer petitions to rescue them if they failLaborNO07-24-19264-169PASS
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H.Res. 246Resolves that the House opposes BDS initiativesForeign AffairsYES07-23-19398-17PASS
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H.R. 3239The House voted on ahumanitarian standards packagefor detainees…Civil RightsNO07-24-19233-195PASS
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H.R. 549…and to allow migrants fleeingVenezuelato have TPS protections.Foreign AffairsNO07-25-19272-158PASS
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H.R. 3877Sets budget levels through 2021, andraised the debt ceilinguntil that time.AppropriationsNO07-25-19284-149PASS
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H.R. 397Fixes a law about multi-employer petitions and to rescue a particular type offailing pension.LaborNO07-24-19264-169PASS
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H.Res. 246Resolves that the House opposes“Boycott, Divest, Sanctions” (BDS) initiativesForeign AffairsYES07-23-19398-17PASS
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H.R. 1146This bill would stop oil and gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife RefugeEnvironmentalNO09-12-19225-193PASS
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H.R. 1420This bill requires the purchase, and use of energy efficient and energy saving information and communication technologies and practicesEnvironmentalNO09-09-19384-23PASS
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H.R. 1786This bill reauthorizes the Diesel Emissions Reduction ActEnvironmentalNO09-09-19295-114PASS
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H.R. 205This bill extends the moratorium on Coastal leasing/drilling in FloridaEnvironmentalNO09-11-19240-180PASS
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H.R. 1941This bill extends the moratorium on Coastal leasing/drilling in other coastal waters in the Atlantic/PacificEnvironmentalNO09-11-19238-189PASS
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H.R. 4378A continuing resolution to fund the government for seven weeks and avoid a shutdownBudgetNO09-19-19301-123PASS
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H.R. 1423This bill would make mandatory-arbitration clauses unenforceable in federal employment, consumer, antitrust and civil rights disputesLaborNO09-20-19225-186PASS
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H.R. 2203To improve training for agents and officers of U.S. Customs & Border Control (CBP) and ICE and provide independent oversight of border security activities.Foreign AffairsNO09-25-19230-194PASS
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H.R. 3525To require U.S. CBP to establish procedures to ensure consistent and efficient medical screenings for all individuals stopped between ports of entry.Foreign AffairsNO09-25-19230-184PASS
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H.Res. 590An attempt to force action on a resolution designed to embarrass House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.ProceduralNO09-25-19232-193TABLED
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H.R. 1595To create protections for depository institutions that provide financial services to cannabis-related legitimate businesses and service providers for such businesses, and for other purposes.BankingYES09-25-19321-106PASS
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S.J.Res. 54A joint resolution to terminate the national emergency related to the U.S.-Mexico border, declared by the President on February 15, 2019.Foreign AffairsNO09-27-19236-174PASS
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H.J.Res. 77Addresses Turkey's attack on Kurds in Syria caused by President Trump’s decision to abandon our Kurdish alliesForeign AffairsYES10-16-19354-60PASS
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H.R. 1815This bill mandates the SEC study the effectiveness of investor disclosure noticesFinanceNO10-17-19229-186PASS
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H.R. 3624This bill would mandate corporations to disclose information about outsourcingFinanceNO10-18-19226-184PASS
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