Voting Record Information
Interested in Information about Voting Records?
Interested on Voting Records of current members of congress, we suggest you search for “Congressional Ratings” with your favorite search engine or you can look at the suggestions below.
On this link you can select a senator or representative (use Tabs at top of page)and get information on committee membership, bill sponsorship, voting record and much more. Open Congress is a free, open-source, not-profit, and non-partisan web resource with a mission to help make Congress more transparent and to encourage civic engagement.
On this link (select “my state” from left sidebar)find biographical information, voting records, issue positions, and much more.The goal of this group is to strengthen the most essential component of democracy…access to information
GovTrack.us – A civic project to track U. S. Congress. Nice map showing congressional districts and pictures of our representatives. If you click on the link for a specific representative, you will get information about Bill Sponsorship, Voting Record, Money & Influence, and Committee Membership.
Colorado Union of Taxpayers (CUT) (information thru 2009)
A statewide-organization, CUT measures the voting record of legislators on his or her tax, spending or government intrusion votes. Year-to-year comparisons indicate that CUT is able to accurately measure whether a legislator favors lower taxes and less government, is a friend of the taxpayer or continues with higher spending and creating more government intrustion in our lives. At CUT site, scroll down and view “Congressional Ratings” in charts on left side of page.
There is a chart for ratings by the following groups:
National Taxpayers Union
Americans for Tax Reform (Congressional Ratings thru 110 Congress (2007)
Club for Growth (information on members of House of Representatives and U.S. Senate)