Mike's Voting Record
There are a number of ways to compile voting records for members of Congress and to conduct searches of key votes. Some of these resources are listed below.
Congress.gov is the official website for U.S. federal legislative information.
You can also:
The "Congressional Chronicle" on C-SPAN's website offers several ways to look at my actions in Congress.
You can also use the C-SPAN's filtering feature to identify the legislation I voted 'Yea' on, or 'Nay', and instances when I voted against, or in concert with, party majority. You can also watch videos of me debating legislation from the House floor.
Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart dissects and analyzes my voting record in several ways.
You can also look up my votes and ratings pertaining to specific issues.
The Office of the House Clerk
The Office of the House Clerk's website provides a list of all official roll call votes taken in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Search Congress.gov for legislative information.