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Top Healthcare Votes 115th Congress (2017-2018)
1. APPROVING BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR HEALTH-LAW REPEAL

On this vote, the House adopted a fiscal 2017 budget blueprint for later action on bills that would repeal key parts of the Affordable Care Act and possibly cut Social Security and Medicare.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #58 13-Jan-17 S Con Res 3)

1. Approve Budget Authority for Health Law Repeal (13-Jan-17 S Con Res 3) 1. APPROVING BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR HEALTH-LAW REPEAL

On this vote, the House adopted a fiscal 2017 budget blueprint for later action on bills that would repeal key parts of the Affordable Care Act and possibly cut Social Security and Medicare.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #58 13-Jan-17 S Con Res 3)

2. Prevent Abortion Coverage in Affordable Care Act Policies (24-Jan-17 HR 7) 2. PREVENTING ABORTION COVERAGE IN AFFORDABLE CARE ACT POLICIES

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would prohibit taxpayer-subsidized insurance sold in Affordable Care Act marketplaces from covering abortions.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters

(Roll Call #65 24-Jan-17 HR 7).

3. Allow Sale of Skimpy Health Plans Across State Lines (22-Mar-17 HR 1101) 3. ALLOWING SALE OF SKIMPY HEALTH PLANS ACROSS STATE LINES

On this vote, the House passed a bill allowing small businesses to implement so-called association health plans, which could sell policies that do not meet Affordable Care Act coverage requirements across state lines.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #186 22-Mar-17 HR 1101)

4. Pass Republican Repeal of Affordable Care Act (4-May-17 HR 1628) 4. PASSING REPUBLICAN REPEAL OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

On this vote, the House passed a Republican bill (HR 1628) that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act on terms that would allow states to waive most ACA coverage requirements. The bill would replace Obamacare with the GOP-written American Health Care Act.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #256 4-May-17 HR 1628)

5. Limit Federal and State Medical Malpractice Lawsuits (28-Jun-17 HR 1215) 5. LIMITING FEDERAL & STATE MALPRACTICES LAWSUITS

On this vote, the House passed a GOP-sponsored bill that would clamp down on state and federal medical-malpractice lawsuits by steps such as capping non-economic damages at $250,000, limiting plaintiffs' lawyers' contingency fees and narrowing the window for filing suits.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #337 28-Jun-17 HR 1215)

6. Disband Outside Expert Panel for Controlling Medicare Costs (2-Nov-17 HR 849) 6. DISBANDING OUTSIDE PANEL FOR CONTROLLING MEDICARE COSTS

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would abolish the Independent Payment Advisory Board, which is a panel of outside experts created by the Affordable Care Act to provide Congress with proposals for controlling per capita Medicare costs.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #604 2-Nov-17 HR 849)

7. Cut Affordable Care Act to Pay for Children's Health Insurance (3-Nov-17 HR 3922) 7. CUTTING AFFORDABLE CARE ACT TO PAY FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would extend the Children's Health Insurance Program through fiscal 2022 and certain other health programs through fiscal 2019. The bill's 10-year cost of $18 billion would be paid for, in part, by cuts in Affordable Care Act preventive-care and wellness outlays and increases in Medicare premiums for the top 1 percent of taxpayers.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #606 3-Nov-17 HR 3922)

8. Repeal Federal Excise Tax on Medical Devices (24-Jul-18 HR 184) 8. REPEALING FEDERAL EXCISE TAX ON MEDICAL DEVICES

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would repeal the Affordable Care Act's 2.3 percent excise tax on firms that manufacture and import medical devices, a levy intended to help offset the cost of the health law, which expanded the market for medical devices.

A YEA vote was aligned with Affordable Care Act foes and a NAY vote with health-law supporters.

(Roll Call #372 24-Jul-18 HR 184)

House member's voting allegiances
Alaska12345678AB
Don Young (R-1-AK) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Alabama12345678AB
Bradley Byrne (R-1-AL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Martha Roby (R-2-AL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Mike Rogers (R-3-AL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Robert Aderholt (R-4-AL) Y Y Y Y Y YNV Y100%0%
Mo Brooks (R-5-AL) Y Y Y Y YNVNV Y100%0%
Gary Palmer (R-6-AL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Terri Sewell (D-7-AL) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Arkansas12345678AB
Rick Crawford (R-1-AR) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
French Hill (R-2-AR) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Steve Womack (R-3-AR) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Bruce Westerman (R-4-AR) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Arizona12345678AB
Tom O'Halleran (D-1-AZ) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Ann Kirkpatrick (D-2-AZ)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Raul Grijalva (D-3-AZ) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Paul Gosar (R-4-AZ) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Andy Biggs (R-5-AZ)YYY NYYNY75%25%
David Schweikert (R-6-AZ) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Ruben Gallego (D-7-AZ) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Debbie Lesko (R-8-AZ)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Greg Stanton (D-9-AZ)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
California12345678AB
Doug LaMalfa (R-1-CA) Y Y Y Y Y YNV Y100%0%
Jared Huffman (D-2-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
John Garamendi (D-3-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Tom McClintock (R-4-CA)NYYY YY YY88%12%
Mike Thompson (D-5-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Doris Matsui (D-6-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Ami Bera (D-7-CA) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Paul Cook (R-8-CA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Jerry McNerney (D-9-CA) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Josh Harder (D-10-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Mark DeSaulnier (D-11-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Nancy Pelosi (D-12-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Barbara Lee (D-13-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Jackie Speier (D-14-CA) N N N N NNVNVNV0%100%
Eric Swalwell (D-15-CA) N N N N NN NY0%100%
Jim Costa (D-16-CA) NNV N NNV NY N17%83%
Ro Khanna (D-17-CA) N N N N NN NY12%88%
Anna Eshoo (D-18-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Zoe Lofgren (D-19-CA) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Jimmy Panetta (D-20-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
TJ Cox (D-21-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Devin Nunes (R-22-CA) Y Y Y Y YNV Y Y100%0%
Kevin McCarthy (R-23-CA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Salud Carbajal (D-24-CA) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Katie Hill (D-25-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Julia Brownley (D-26-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Judy Chu (D-27-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Adam Schiff (D-28-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Tony Cardenas (D-29-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Brad Sherman (D-30-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Pete Aguilar (D-31-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Grace Napolitano (D-32-CA) N N N NNV N N N0%100%
Ted Lieu (D-33-CA) NNVNV NNYNY33%67%
Jimmy Gomez (D-34-CA)OOOOOYNN33%67%
Norma Torres (D-35-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Raul Ruiz (D-36-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Karen Bass (D-37-CA) N NNV N N NNV N0%100%
Linda Sanchez (D-38-CA) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Gil Cisneros (D-39-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-40-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Mark Takano (D-41-CA) N NNV N N NNV N0%100%
Ken Calvert (R-42-CA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Maxine Waters (D-43-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Nanette Barragan (D-44-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Katie Porter (D-45-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Lou Correa (D-46-CA) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Alan Lowenthal (D-47-CA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Dana Rohrabacher (D-48-CA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y0%100%
Mike Levin (D-49-CA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Duncan Hunter (R-50-CA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Juan Vargas (D-51-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Scott Peters (D-52-CA) N N N N NNVNVY17%83%
Susan Davis (D-53-CA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Colorado12345678AB
Diana DeGette (D-1-CO) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Joe Neguse (D-2-CO)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Scott Tipton (R-3-CO) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Ken Buck (R-4-CO) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Doug Lamborn (R-5-CO) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Jason Crow (D-6-CO)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Ed Perlmutter (D-7-CO) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Connecticut12345678AB
John Larson (D-1-CT) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Joseph Courtney (D-2-CT) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Rosa DeLauro (D-3-CT) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Jim Himes (D-4-CT) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Jahana Hayes (D-5-CT)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Delaware12345678AB
Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-1-DE) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Florida12345678AB
Matt Gaetz (R-1-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Neal Dunn (R-2-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Ted Yoho (R-3-FL) Y YNV Y Y YNV Y100%0%
John Rutherford (R-4-FL)NVNVNVNV Y Y Y Y100%0%
Al Lawson (D-5-FL) N N N N NN NY0%100%
Michael Waltz (R-6-FL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Stephanie Murphy (D-7-FL) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Bill Posey (R-8-FL) Y Y Y YN Y Y Y88%12%
Darren Soto (D-9-FL) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Val Demings (D-10-FL) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Daniel Webster (R-11-FL) Y Y Y YN Y Y Y88%12%
Gus Bilirakis (R-12-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Charlie Crist (D-13-FL) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Kathy Castor (D-14-FL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Ross Spano (R-15-FL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Vern Buchanan (R-16-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Thomas J. Rooney (R-17-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Brian Mast (R-18-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Francis Rooney (R-19-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Alcee Hastings (D-20-FL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Lois Frankel (D-21-FL)NVNNN NY N N14%86%
Ted Deutch (D-22-FL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D-23-FL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Frederica Wilson (D-24-FL) N N N N NNVNV N0%100%
Mario Diaz-Balart (R-25-FL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-26-FL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Donna Shalala (D-27-FL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Georgia12345678AB
Buddy Carter (R-1-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Sanford Bishop (D-2-GA) N N N N NYNVY29%71%
Drew Ferguson (R-3-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Hank Johnson (D-4-GA) N N N N N Y N N12%88%
John Lewis (D-5-GA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Lucy McBath (D-6-GA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Rob Woodall (R-7-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Austin Scott (R-8-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Doug Collins (R-9-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Jody Hice (R-10-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Barry Loudermilk (R-11-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Rick Allen (R-12-GA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
David Scott (D-13-GA) N N N NNVNV NY17%83%
Tom Graves (R-14-GA) Y YNV Y Y YNV Y100%0%
Hawaii12345678AB
Ed Case (D-1-HI) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Tulsi Gabbard (D-2-HI) NNV N N NY NY29%71%
Iowa12345678AB
Abby Finkenauer (D-1-IA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Dave Loebsack (D-2-IA) N N N N N NYY25%75%
Cindy Axne (D-3-IA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Steve King (R-4-IA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Idaho12345678AB
Russ Fulcher (R-1-ID)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Mike Simpson (R-2-ID) Y Y Y Y YNV Y Y100%0%
Illinois12345678AB
Bobby Rush (D-1-IL)NVNVNVNNYN N20%80%
Robin Kelly (D-2-IL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Dan Lipinski (D-3-IL) NY N NN NYY37%63%
Jesus Garcia (D-4-IL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Mike Quigley (D-5-IL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Sean Casten (D-6-IL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Danny Davis (D-7-IL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-8-IL) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Jan Schakowsky (D-9-IL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Brad Schneider (D-10-IL) N N N N NYYY37%63%
Bill Foster (D-11-IL) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Mike Bost (R-12-IL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Rodney Davis (R-13-IL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Lauren Underwood (D-14-IL)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
John Shimkus (R-15-IL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Adam Kinzinger (R-16-IL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Cheri Bustos (D-17-IL) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Darin LaHood (R-18-IL) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Indiana12345678AB
Peter Visclosky (D-1-IN) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Jackie Walorski (R-2-IN) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Jim Banks (R-3-IN) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Jim Baird (R-4-IN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Susan Brooks (R-5-IN) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Greg Pence (R-6-IN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Andre Carson (D-7-IN) N NNV N N NNV N0%100%
Larry Bucshon (R-8-IN) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Trey Hollingsworth (R-9-IN) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Kansas12345678AB
Roger Marshall (R-1-KS) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Steve Watkins (R-2-KS)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Sharice Davids (D-3-KS)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Ron Estes (R-4-KS) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Kentucky12345678AB
James Comer (R-1-KY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Brett Guthrie (R-2-KY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
John Yarmuth (D-3-KY) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Thomas Massie (R-4-KY)NYYYYYNY75%25%
Harold Rogers (R-5-KY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Andy Barr (R-6-KY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Louisiana12345678AB
Steve Scalise (R-1-LA) Y Y Y YNVNV Y Y100%0%
Cedric Richmond (D-2-LA) N NNV N NYNV N17%83%
Clay Higgins (R-3-LA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Mike Johnson (R-4-LA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Ralph Abraham (R-5-LA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Garret Graves (R-6-LA) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Massachusetts12345678AB
Richard Neal (D-1-MA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
James McGovern (D-2-MA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Lori Trahan (D-3-MA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Joe Kennedy (D-4-MA) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Katherine Clark (D-5-MA) N N N N N N NY12%88%
Seth Moulton (D-6-MA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Ayanna Pressley (D-7-MA)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Stephen Lynch (D-8-MA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
William Keating (D-9-MA) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Maryland12345678AB
Andy Harris (R-1-MD) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-2-MD) N N N N NY N N12%88%
John Sarbanes (D-3-MD) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Anthony Brown (D-4-MD) N NNV N N NNV N0%100%
Steny Hoyer (D-5-MD) N N N N N N N N0%100%
David Trone (D-6-MD)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Elijah Cummings (D-7-MD) N N N NNV N N N0%100%
Jamie Raskin (D-8-MD) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Maine12345678AB
Chellie Pingree (D-1-ME) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Jared Golden (D-2-ME)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Michigan12345678AB
Jack Bergman (R-1-MI) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Bill Huizenga (R-2-MI) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Justin Amash (I-3-MI)NYYYN YN Y63%37%
John Moolenaar (R-4-MI) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Dale Kildee (D-5-MI) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Fred Upton (R-6-MI) Y Y Y Y YNVNV Y100%0%
Tim Walberg (R-7-MI) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Elissa Slotkin (D-8-MI)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Andy Levin (D-9-MI)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Paul Mitchell (R-10-MI) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Haley Stevens (D-11-MI)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Debbie Dingell (D-12-MI) N N N N N N NY12%88%
Rashida Tlaib (D-13-MI)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Brenda Lawrence (D-14-MI) N NNV N NYNV N17%83%
Minnesota12345678AB
Jim Hagedorn (R-1-MN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Angie Craig (D-2-MN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Dean Phillips (D-3-MN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Betty McCollum (D-4-MN) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Ilhan Omar (D-5-MN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Tom Emmer (R-6-MN) Y Y Y YN Y Y Y88%12%
Collin Peterson (D-7-MN) NYY NNYYY63%37%
Pete Stauber (R-8-MN)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Missouri12345678AB
Wm. Lacy Clay (D-1-MO) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Ann Wagner (R-2-MO) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-3-MO) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Vicky Hartzler (R-4-MO) Y Y Y Y Y Y YNV100%0%
Emanuel Cleaver II (D-5-MO)NV N N N N N N N0%100%
Sam Graves (R-6-MO) Y Y Y Y Y Y YNV100%0%
Billy Long (R-7-MO) Y Y Y YNV Y YNV100%0%
Jason Smith (R-8-MO) Y Y Y Y Y Y YNV100%0%
Mississippi12345678AB
Trent Kelly (R-1-MS) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Bennie Thompson (D-2-MS) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Michael Guest (R-3-MS)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Steve Palazzo (R-4-MS) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Montana12345678AB
Greg Gianforte (R-1-MT)OOOO Y Y Y Y100%0%
North Carolina12345678AB
G.K. Butterfield (D-1-NC) N N N N NY N N12%88%
George Holding (R-2-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Seat is Vacant (-3-NC)00000000N/RN/R
David Price (D-4-NC) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Virginia Foxx (R-5-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Mark Walker (R-6-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
David Rouzer (R-7-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Richard Hudson (R-8-NC) Y YNV Y Y YNV Y100%0%
Seat is Vacant (-9-NC)00000000N/RN/R
Patrick McHenry (R-10-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Mark Meadows (R-11-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Alma Adams (D-12-NC) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Ted Budd (R-13-NC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
North Dakota12345678AB
Kelly Armstrong (R-1-ND)00000000N/RN/R
Nebraska12345678AB
Jeff Fortenberry (R-1-NE) Y YNV Y Y YNV Y100%0%
Don Bacon (R-2-NE) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Adrian Smith (R-3-NE) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
New Hampshire12345678AB
Chris Pappas (D-1-NH)000000000%100%
Ann Kuster (D-2-NH) N N N N NY NY25%75%
New Jersey12345678AB
Donald Norcross (D-1-NJ) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Jeff Van Drew (D-2-NJ)00000000N/RN/R
Andy Kim (D-3-NJ)00000000N/RN/R
Christopher Smith (R-4-NJ)YYYNYYYY88%12%
Josh Gottheimer (D-5-NJ) N NY N NYYY50%50%
Frank Pallone (D-6-NJ) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Tom Malinowski (D-7-NJ)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Albio Sires (D-8-NJ) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Bill Pascrell (D-9-NJ) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Donald Payne (D-10-NJ) N NNV N N NNV N0%100%
Mikie Sherrill (D-11-NJ)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12-NJ) N N N N NY N N12%88%
New Mexico12345678AB
Deb Haaland (D-1-NM)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Xochitl Torres Small (D-2-NM)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Ben Ray Lujan (D-3-NM) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Nevada12345678AB
Dina Titus (D-1-NV) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Mark Amodei (R-2-NV) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Susie Lee (D-3-NV)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Steven Horsford (D-4-NV)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
New York12345678AB
Lee Zeldin (R-1-NY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Peter King (R-2-NY) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
Thomas Suozzi (D-3-NY) N N N N NY NY25%75%
Kathleen Rice (D-4-NY) N N N N NN NY12%88%
Gregory Meeks (D-5-NY) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Grace Meng (D-6-NY) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Nydia Velazquez (D-7-NY) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Hakeem Jeffries (D-8-NY) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Yvette Clarke (D-9-NY) N N N N NY N N12%88%
Jerrold Nadler (D-10-NY) N N N N N N N N0%100%
Maxine Rose (D-11-NY)OOOOOOOON/RN/R
Carolyn Maloney (D-12-NY) N N N N N N N N0%100%
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Utah12345678AB
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Virginia12345678AB
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Wisconsin12345678AB
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West Virginia12345678AB
David McKinley (R-1-WV) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y100%0%
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Wyoming12345678AB
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