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1. JOINING COURT DEFENSE OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

On this vote, the Democratic-controlled House amended its rules for the 116th Congress so that it could help defend the Affordable Care Act in the lawsuit Texas v. United States.

A YEA vote was to defend the health law in court and a NAY vote was to back its repeal.

(Roll Call #19 9-Jan-19 H Res 6)

1. Join Defense of Health Law in Federal Lawsuit (1/9/2019 H Res 6) 1. JOINING COURT DEFENSE OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

On this vote, the Democratic-controlled House amended its rules for the 116th Congress so that it could help defend the Affordable Care Act in the lawsuit Texas v. United States.

A YEA vote was to defend the health law in court and a NAY vote was to back its repeal.

(Roll Call #19 9-Jan-19 H Res 6)

2. Bar Waivers That Raise Cost of Conditions Coverage (5/9/2019 HR 986) 2. PROHIBITING WAIVERS THAT RAISE COST OF PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS COVERAGE

On this vote, the House adopted a Democratic amendment to prohibit Trump administration waivers that have the effect of raising the cost of insurance for individuals with pre-existing conditions.

A YEA vote was in support of the amendment and a NAY vote was in opposition.

(Roll Call #193 9-May-19 HR 986)

3. Prohibit Administration Actions That Raise Premiums (5/9/2019 HR 986) 3. PROHIBITING ADMINISTRATION ACTIONS THAT RAISE PREMIUMS

On this vote, the House adopted a Democratic prohibition on Trump administration actions that change the Affordable Care Act in ways that raise premium costs for low-income policyholders.

A YEA vote was in support of the amendment and a NAY vote was in opposition.

(Roll Call #194 9-May-19 HR 986)

4. Prohibit State Sales of Non-Compliant Health Plans (5/9/2019 HR 986) 4. PROHIBITING DILUTED COVERAGE IN STATE-RUN EXCHANGES

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would prohibit state-run Affordable Care Act exchanges from offering diluted policies that fail to cover all of the law's essential health benefits.

A YEA vote was to pass the bill and a NAY vote was to defeat it.

(Roll Call #196 9-May-19 HR 986)

5. Repair Affordable Care Act (5/16/2019 HR 987) 5. REVERSING ADMINISTRATION CHANGES TO HEALTH LAW

On this vote, the House passed a bill that would restore provisions of the Affordable Care Act the Trump administration allowed to deteriorate as it attempted to dismantle and repeal the law.

A YEA vote was to pass the bill and a NAY vote was to defeat it

(Roll Call 214 16-May-19 HR 987)

6. Repeal "Cadillac Tax" on Certain Health Plans (7/17/2019 HR 748) 6. REPEALING AFFORDABLE CARE ACT 'CADILLAC TAX'

On this vote, the House repealed the Affordable Care Act's "Cadillac tax" on employer-sponsored health plans having especially generous benefits and high premium costs.

A YEA vote was to pass the bill and a NAY vote was to defeat it.

(Roll Call #493 17-July-19 HR 748)

7. Expand Affordable Care Act (6/29/2020 HR 1425) 7. EXPANDING AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, INCLUDING MEDICAID ACCESS

On this vote, the House expanded the Affordable Care Act in several steps, from broadening access to Medicaid to lowering the cost of prescription drugs.

A YEA vote was to pass the bill and a NAY vote was to defeat it.

(Roll Call #124 29-June-20 HR 1425)

8. Block Funding of GOP Lawsuit to Repeal Health Law (7/30/2020 HR 7617) 8. BLOCKING FUNDING OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT LAWSUIT

On this vote, the House denied funding of Department of Justice participation in a lawsuit brought by Republican attorneys general and governors to overturn the Affordable Care Act.

A YEA vote was to preserve the health law and a NAY vote favored its repeal in court.

(Roll Call #175 30-July-20 HR 7617)

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Mike Rogers (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Robert Aderholt (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Mo Brooks (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Gary Palmer (R-6) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Terri Sewell (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
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Don Young (R-1) N YY N N Y N N63%37%
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Tom O'Halleran (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ann Kirkpatrick (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Raul Grijalva (D-3) Y NVY Y Y YYY14%86%
Paul Gosar (R-4) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Andy Biggs (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
David Schweikert (R-6) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Ruben Gallego (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Debbie Lesko (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Greg Stanton (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
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Rick Crawford (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
French Hill (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Steve Womack (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Bruce Westerman (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
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Doug LaMalfa (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Jared Huffman (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
John Garamendi (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tom McClintock (R-4) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Mike Thompson (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Doris Matsui (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ami Bera (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Paul Cook (R-8) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Jerry McNerney (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Josh Harder (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mark DeSaulnier (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Nancy Pelosi (D-12)NVNVYNV Y YYY20%80%
Barbara Lee (D-13) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jackie Speier (D-14) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Eric Swalwell (D-15) Y NVNV NV NV YYY13%88%
Jim Costa (D-16) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ro Khanna (D-17) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Anna Eshoo (D-18) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Zoe Lofgren (D-19) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jimmy Panetta (D-20) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
TJ Cox (D-21) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Devin Nunes (R-22) N NNV NV N Y N N100%0%
Kevin McCarthy (R-23) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Salud Carbajal (D-24) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mike Garcia (R-25)OOOOOOYY0%100%
Julia Brownley (D-26) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Judy Chu (D-27) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Adam Schiff (D-28) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tony Cardenas (D-29) Y NVNV NV Y YYY13%88%
Brad Sherman (D-30) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Pete Aguilar (D-31) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Grace Napolitano (D-32) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ted Lieu (D-33) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jimmy Gomez (D-34) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Norma Torres (D-35) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Raul Ruiz (D-36) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Karen Bass (D-37) Y NVNV NV Y YYY13%88%
Linda Sanchez (D-38) Y YY Y Y YYNV13%88%
Gil Cisneros (D-39) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-40) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mark Takano (D-41) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ken Calvert (R-42) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Maxine Waters (D-43) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Nanette Barragan˙ (D-44) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Katie Porter (D-45) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lou Correa (D-46) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Alan Lowenthal (D-47) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Harley Rouda (D-48) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mike Levin (D-49) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
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Juan Vargas (D-51) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Scott Peters (D-52) Y YY Y Y NYY13%88%
Susan Davis (D-53) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Colorado12345678AB
Diana DeGette (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Joe Neguse (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Scott Tipton (R-3) N YN N N Y N N88%13%
Ken Buck (R-4) NV NN N N YYY100%0%
Doug Lamborn (R-5) N NN N N YYY100%0%
Jason Crow (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ed Perlmutter (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Connecticut12345678AB
John Larson (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYNV13%88%
Joseph Courtney (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Rosa DeLauro (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jim Himes (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jahana Hayes (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Delaware12345678AB
Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
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Matt Gaetz (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Neal Dunn (R-2) N NN N N YNN100%0%
Ted Yoho (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
John Rutherford (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Al Lawson (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Michael Waltz (R-6) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Stephanie Murphy (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bill Posey (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Darren Soto (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Val Demings (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Daniel Webster (R-11) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Gus Bilirakis (R-12) N YY N N NV N N71%29%
Charlie Crist (D-13) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Kathy Castor (D-14) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ross Spano (R-15) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Vern Buchanan (R-16) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Greg Steube (R-17) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Brian Mast (R-18) NV NN N N Y N N100%0%
Francis Rooney (R-19) N NVNV NV N YNV N100%0%
Alcee Hastings (D-20) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ted Deutch (D-21) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lois Frankel (D-22) NV YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D-23) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Frederica Wilson (D-24) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mario Diaz-Balart (R-25) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-26) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Donna Shalala (D-27) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Georgia12345678AB
Buddy Carter (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Sanford Bishop (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Drew Ferguson (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Hank Johnson (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
John Lewis (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lucy McBath (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Rob Woodall (R-7) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Austin Scott (R-8) N NY N N YNV N88%13%
Doug Collins (R-9) N NN N NV Y N N100%0%
Jody Hice (R-10) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Barry Loudermilk (R-11) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Rick Allen (R-12) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
David Scott (D-13) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tom Graves (R-14) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Hawaii12345678AB
Ed Case (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tulsi Gabbard (D-2) Y NVNV NV Y NVYY13%88%
Idaho12345678AB
Russ Fulcher (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Mike Simpson (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Illinois12345678AB
Bobby Rush (D-1) Y YY NV Y YYY13%88%
Robin Kelly (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Dan Lipinski (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jesus Garcia (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mike Quigley (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Sean Casten (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Danny Davis (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jan Schakowsky (D-9) Y NVY Y Y YYY13%88%
Brad Schneider (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bill Foster (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mike Bost (R-12) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Rodney Davis (R-13) N YY N N Y NY63%37%
Lauren Underwood (D-14) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
John Shimkus (R-15) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Adam Kinzinger (R-16) N YY N N Y NNV71%29%
Cheri Bustos (D-17) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Darin LaHood (R-18) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Indiana12345678AB
Peter Visclosky (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jackie Walorski (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Jim Banks (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Jim Baird (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Susan Brooks (R-5) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Greg Pence (R-6) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Andre Carson (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Larry Bucshon (R-8) N YN N NV Y N N86%14%
Trey Hollingsworth (R-9) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Iowa12345678AB
Abby Finkenauer (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Dave Loebsack (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Cindy Axne (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Steve King (R-4) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Kansas12345678AB
Roger Marshall (R-1) N YY N N Y NNV71%29%
Steve Watkins (R-2) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Sharice Davids (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ron Estes (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
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James Comer (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Brett Guthrie (R-2) N YY N N YNV N71%29%
John Yarmuth (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Thomas Massie (R-4) N NN N NV Y N N100%0%
Harold Rogers (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Andy Barr (R-6) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Louisiana12345678AB
Steve Scalise (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Cedric Richmond (D-2) Y NVNV NV Y YYY13%88%
Clay Higgins (R-3) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Mike Johnson (R-4) N NN N NV Y NNV100%0%
Ralph Abraham (R-5) N NVNV NV NV NVNV N100%0%
Garret Graves (R-6) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Maine12345678AB
Chellie Pingree (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jared Golden (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Maryland12345678AB
Andy Harris (R-1) N NN N N N N N88%13%
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
John Sarbanes (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Anthony Brown (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Steny Hoyer (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
David Trone (D-6) Y YYY Y YYY13%88%
Kweisi Mfume (D-7)OOOOOOYY13%88%
Jamie Raskin (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Massachusetts12345678AB
Richard Neal (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
James McGovern (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lori Trahan (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Joe Kennedy (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Katherine Clark (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Seth Moulton (D-6) Y YY Y NV YYY13%88%
Ayanna Pressley (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Stephen Lynch (D-8) NV YY Y Y YYY13%88%
William Keating (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Michigan12345678AB
Jack Bergman (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Bill Huizenga (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Justin Amash (I-3) N NN N N N N N88%13%
John Moolenaar (R-4) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Dale Kildee (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Fred Upton (R-6) N YY N Y Y N N63%37%
Tim Walberg (R-7) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Elissa Slotkin (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Andy Levin (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Paul Mitchell (R-10) N NY N N Y NNV86%14%
Haley Stevens (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Debbie Dingell (D-12) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Rashida Tlaib (D-13) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Brenda Lawrence (D-14) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Minnesota12345678AB
Jim Hagedorn (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Angie Craig (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Dean Phillips (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Betty McCollum (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ilhan Omar (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tom Emmer (R-6) N NVNV NV N YNV N100%0%
Collin Peterson (D-7) Y YY Y YYNY25%75%
Pete Stauber (R-8) N YN N N Y N N88%13%
Mississippi12345678AB
Trent Kelly (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Bennie Thompson (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Michael Guest (R-3) NV YN N N Y N N86%14%
Steven Palazzo (R-4) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Missouri12345678AB
Wm. Lacy Clay (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ann Wagner (R-2) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-3) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Vicky Hartzler (R-4) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Emanuel Cleaver II (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Sam Graves (R-6) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Billy Long (R-7) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Jason Smith (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Montana12345678AB
Greg Gianforte (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
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Jeff Fortenberry (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Don Bacon (R-2) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Adrian Smith (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
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Dina Titus (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mark Amodei (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Susie Lee (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Steven Horsford (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
New Hampshire12345678AB
Chris Pappas (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ann Kuster (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
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Donald Norcross (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jeff Van Drew (R-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Andy Kim (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Christopher Smith (R-4) N YY Y Y Y N N50%50%
Josh Gottheimer (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Frank Pallone (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tom Malinowski (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Albio Sires (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bill Pascrell (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Donald Payne Jr. (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mikie Sherrill (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
New Mexico12345678AB
Deb Haaland (D-1) Y YY Y Y NVYY13%88%
Xochitl Torres Small (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ben Ray Lujan (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
New York12345678AB
Lee Zeldin (R-1) N YY N N YYY75%25%
Peter King (R-2) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Thomas Suozzi (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Kathleen Rice (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Gregory Meeks (D-5) Y YY Y NV YYY13%88%
Grace Meng (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Nydia Velazquez (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Hakeem Jeffries (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Yvette Clarke (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jerrold Nadler (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Maxine Rose (D-11) Y YY Y NV YYY13%88%
Carolyn Maloney (D-12) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Adriano Espaillat (D-13) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-14) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jose Serrano (D-15) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Eliot Engel (D-16) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Nita Lowey (D-17) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Sean Maloney (D-18) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Antonio Delgado (D-19) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Paul Tonko (D-20) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Elise Stefanik (R-21) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Anthony Brindisi (D-22) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Tom Reed (R-23) Y YY N N Y NY50%50%
John Katko (R-24) Y YY Y Y YNVY14%86%
Joseph Morelle (D-25) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Brian Higgins (D-26) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Chris Jacobs (R-27)OOOOOOYY0%100%
North Carolina12345678AB
G.K. Butterfield (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
George Holding (R-2) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Greg Murphy (R-3)OOOOOO N N100%0%
David Price (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Virginia Foxx (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Mark Walker (R-6) N NVNV NV N NV N N100%0%
David Rouzer (R-7) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Richard Hudson (R-8) N NY N N NV N N100%0%
Dan Bishop (R-9)OOOOOO N N100%0%
Patrick McHenry (R-10) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Seat is Vacant ( -11)OOOOOOOO0%0%
Alma Adams (D-12) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ted Budd (R-13) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
North Dakota12345678AB
Kelly Armstrong (R-1) N YY N N NV N N71%29%
Ohio12345678AB
Steve Chabot (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Brad Wenstrup (R-2) N NVNV NV N Y N N100%0%
Joyce Beatty (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jim Jordan (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Robert Latta (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Bill Johnson (R-6) N YY N NV Y N N71%29%
Bob Gibbs (R-7) N YN N N Y N N88%13%
Warren Davidson (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Marcy Kaptur (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mike Turner (R-10) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Marcia Fudge (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYNV13%88%
Troy Balderson (R-12) N YN N N Y N N88%13%
Tim Ryan (D-13) Y NVNV NV NV YYY25%75%
David Joyce (R-14) N YY N N YNV N71%29%
Steve Stivers (R-15) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Anthony Gonzalez (R-16) N YY N N Y NY63%37%
Oklahoma12345678AB
Kevin Hern (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Markwayne Mullin (R-2) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Frank Lucas (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Tom Cole (R-4) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Kendra Horn (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Oregon12345678AB
Suzanne Bonamici (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Greg Walden (R-2) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Earl Blumenauer (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Peter DeFazio (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Kurt Schrader (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Pennsylvania12345678AB
Brian Fitzpatrick (R-1) Y YY Y Y YYY88%13%
Brendan Boyle (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Dwight Evans (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Madeleine Dean (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Mary Gay Scanlon (D-5) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Chrissy Houlahan (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Susan Wild (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Matt Cartwright (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Dan Meuser (R-9) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Scott Perry (R-10) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Lloyd Smucker (R-11) N YY N NV Y N N71%29%
Fred Keller (R-12)OOOOO Y N N100%0%
John Joyce (R-13) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Guy Reschenthaler (R-14) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Glenn Thompson (R-15) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Mike Kelly (R-16) N NN N N YNN100%0%
Conor Lamb (D-17) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Michael Doyle (D-18) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Rhode Island12345678AB
David Cicilline (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jim Langevin (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
South Carolina12345678AB
Joe Cunningham (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Joe Wilson (R-2) N NY N N Y N N88%13%
Jeff Duncan (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
William Timmons (R-4) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Ralph Norman (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
James Clyburn (D-6) Y YY Y NV YYY13%88%
Tom Rice (R-7) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
South Dakota12345678AB
Dusty Johnson (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Tennessee12345678AB
Phil Roe (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Tim Burchett (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Chuck Fleischmann (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Scott DesJarlais (R-4) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Jim Cooper (D-5) Y YY Y Y NYY13%88%
John Rose (R-6) N NVN N N Y N N100%0%
Mark Green (R-7) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
David Kustoff (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Stephen Cohen (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Texas12345678AB
Louie Gohmert (R-1) N NN N N Y NNV100%0%
Dan Crenshaw (R-2) N YY N N Y N N100%0%
Van Taylor (R-3) N YY N N Y N N100%0%
Seat is Vacant ( -4)OOOOOOOO0%0%
Lance Gooden (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Ron Wright (R-6) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Lizzie Fletcher (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Kevin Brady (R-8) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Al Green (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Michael McCaul (R-10) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Mike Conaway (R-11) N NN N NY N N100%0%
Kay Granger (R-12) N NN N N YNVNV100%0%
William Thornberry (R-13) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Randy Weber (R-14) N NN N NV YNV N100%0%
Vicente Gonzalez (D-15) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Veronica Escobar (D-16) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bill Flores (R-17) N YYNV N Y N N71%29%
Sheila Jackson Lee (D-18) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jody Arrington (R-19) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Joaquin Castro (D-20) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Chip Roy (R-21) N NN N N N N N88%13%
Pete Olson (R-22) N NVNV NV N Y N N100%0%
Will Hurd (R-23) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Kenny Marchant (R-24) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Roger Williams (R-25) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Michael Burgess (R-26) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Michael Cloud (R-27) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Henry Cuellar (D-28) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Sylvia Garcia (D-29) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-30) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
John Carter (R-31) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Colin Allred (D-32) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Marc Veasey (D-33) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Filemon Vela Jr. (D-34) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Lloyd Doggett (D-35) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Brian Babin (R-36) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Utah12345678AB
Rob Bishop (R-1) N NVNV NV N Y NNV100%0%
Chris Stewart (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
John Curtis (R-3) N NN N N YNV N100%0%
Ben McAdams (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Vermont12345678AB
Peter Welch (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Virginia12345678AB
Rob Wittman (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Elaine Luria (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Bobby Scott (D-3) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Donald McEachin (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Denver Riggleman (R-5) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Ben Cline (R-6) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Abigail Spanberger (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Don Beyer (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Morgan Griffith (R-9) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Jennifer Wexton (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Gerald Connolly (D-11) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Washington12345678AB
Suzan DelBene (D-1) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Rick Larsen (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-3) N YY N Y Y N N63%37%
Dan Newhouse (R-4) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-5) N YY N N YNV N71%29%
Derek Kilmer (D-6) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Pramila Jayapal (D-7) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Kim Schrier (D-8) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Adam Smith (D-9) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Denny Heck (D-10) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
West Virginia12345678AB
David McKinley (R-1) N YY N N Y N N71%29%
Alex Mooney (R-2) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Carol Miller (R-3) N NN N N Y N N100%0%
Wisconsin12345678AB
Bryan Steil (R-1) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Mark Pocan (D-2) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
Ronald Kind (D-3) Y YY Y Y NYY13%88%
Gwen Moore (D-4) Y YY Y Y YYY13%88%
James Sensenbrenner (R-5) N NY Y N Y N N75%25%
Glenn Grothman (R-6) N YY N N Y N N75%25%
Tom Tiffany (R-7)OOOOOO N N100%0%
Mike Gallagher (R-8) N YY N N YNV N71%29%
Wyoming12345678AB
Liz Cheney (R-1) N NN N N Y N N100%0%