Voting Record


Voting is among the most important public acts of individual Senators. There are three ways of voting in the Senate: voice, division, and yea and nay (also called rollcall or recorded) votes. Neither voice nor division votes are recognized in the rules of the Senate. Instead, they are permitted by precedent. Senate Rule XII outlines voting procedure in the chamber and explicitly identifies “the yeas and nays.” Click here for more information on voting in the Senate.

Date Vote Question and Description Position Result
12/02/17 On the Motion (Motion to Waive the CBA Re: Cantwell Amdt. No. 1717)
Yea Motion Rejected (48-52, 3/5 majority required)
12/02/17 On the Motion (Manchin Motion to Commit H.R. 1 to the Committee on Finance)
Yea Motion Rejected (38-61)
12/02/17 On the Motion (Motion to Waive CBA Re: Kaine Amdt. No. 1846)
Yea Motion Rejected (34-65, 3/5 majority required)
12/01/17 On the Amendment S.Amdt. 1852 to S.Amdt. 1618 to H.R. 1 (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act)
Nay Amendment Agreed to (50-50, Vice President voted Yea)
12/01/17 On the Motion (Menendez Motion to Commit H.R. 1 to the Committee on Finance)
Yea Motion Rejected (48-52)
12/01/17 On the Motion (Motion to Waive CBA Re: Rubio Amdt. No. 1850)
Nay Motion Rejected (29-71, 3/5 majority required)
12/01/17 On the Motion (Motion to Waive CBA Re: Brown Amdt. No. 1854)
Yea Motion Rejected (48-52, 3/5 majority required)
12/01/17 On the Motion (Motion to Waive CBA Re: Sanders Amdt. No. 1720)
Yea Motion Rejected (46-54, 3/5 majority required)
12/01/17 On the Motion to Adjourn H.R. 1
Yea Motion to Adjourn Rejected (48-52)
12/01/17 On the Motion (Cardin Motion to Commit H.R. 1 to the Committee on Finance)
Yea Motion Rejected (43-57)
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