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An updating tally of how often every member of the House and the Senate votes with or against.


Member Party State Votes with Party Votes against Party Missed Votes
Cory Booker* D NJ
81.43%
18.57%
44.75%
Kamala Harris* D CA
76.47%
23.53%
51.23%
Member Party District Votes with Party Votes against Party Missed Votes
Alma Adams* D NC-12
99.21%
0.67%
2.83%
Colin Allred* D TX-32
97.64%
2.25%
3.16%
Karen Bass* D CA-37
98.15%
1.73%
5.66%
Joyce Beatty* D OH-3
99.2%
0.69%
4.68%
Sanford Bishop* D GA-2
98.54%
1.35%
3.05%
Lisa Blunt Rochester* D DE-At-Large
99.45%
0.44%
0.76%
Anthony Brown* D MD-4
98.46%
1.43%
1.09%
G. Butterfield* D NC-1
98.88%
1.01%
2.5%
André Carson* D IN-7
98.57%
1.32%
0.76%
Yvette Clarke* D NY-9
97.8%
2.09%
0.65%
William Clay* D MO-1
98.4%
1.48%
4.35%
Emanuel Cleaver* D MO-5
98.28%
1.6%
4.68%
James Clyburn* D SC-6
98.66%
1.22%
10.77%
Elijah Cummings* D MD-7
98.77%
1.02%
12.68%
Danny Davis* D IL-7
98.42%
1.47%
3.26%
Antonio Delgado* D NY-19
97.16%
2.73%
0%
Val Demings* D FL-10
98.9%
0.99%
0.44%
Dwight Evans* D PA-3
99.11%
0.78%
1.85%
Marcia Fudge* D OH-11
97.87%
2.01%
7.62%
Al Green* D TX-9
98.57%
1.32%
0.65%
Alcee Hastings* D FL-20
99.29%
0.57%
22.96%
Jahana Hayes* D CT-5
99.2%
0.68%
4.03%
Steven Horsford* D NV-4
97.79%
2.09%
1.09%
Sheila Jackson Lee* D TX-18
98.54%
1.35%
2.72%
Hakeem Jeffries* D NY-8
98.88%
1%
2.29%
Eddie Johnson* D TX-30
98.98%
0.9%
3.37%
Hank Johnson* D GA-4
98.57%
1.32%
0.87%
Robin Kelly* D IL-2
98.68%
1.21%
0.76%
Brenda Lawrence* D MI-14
99.2%
0.68%
4.46%
Al Lawson* D FL-5
98.07%
1.82%
3.92%
Barbara Lee* D CA-13
97.36%
2.53%
0.98%
John Lewis* D GA-5
99.44%
0.42%
14.18%
Lucy McBath* D GA-6
96.61%
3.28%
0.22%
A. McEachin* D VA-4
97.98%
1.89%
19.15%
Gregory Meeks* D NY-5
98.73%
1.16%
5.77%
Gwen Moore* D WI-4
97.88%
2%
2.07%
Joe Neguse* D CO-2
98.47%
1.42%
0.33%
Eleanor Norton* D DC-At-Large
98.92%
1.08%
12.03%
Ilhan Omar* D MN-5
95.09%
4.8%
4.57%
Donald Payne* D NJ-10
98.45%
1.43%
8.71%
Stacey Plaskett* D VI-At-Large
97.85%
2.15%
26.27%
Ayanna Pressley* D MA-7
96.12%
3.77%
1.52%
Cedric Richmond* D LA-2
98%
1.88%
7.18%
Bobby Rush* D IL-1
98.61%
1.28%
6.09%
David Scott* D GA-13
99.11%
0.78%
1.63%
Robert Scott* D VA-3
98.68%
1.21%
0.54%
Terri Sewell* D AL-7
98.43%
1.46%
2.94%
Bennie Thompson* D MS-2
98.75%
1.14%
4.24%
Lauren Underwood* D IL-14
98.24%
1.65%
0.76%
Marc Veasey* D TX-33
98.56%
1.33%
1.74%
Maxine Waters* D CA-43
97.56%
2.33%
1.96%
Bonnie Watson Coleman* D NJ-12
97.36%
2.53%
0.98%
Frederica Wilson* D FL-24
98.88%
1%
12.84%

Lobbying Registrations

It can seem like lobbyists run Washington from behind the scenes. But their work isn't completely hidden. They’re required to register with the House and the Senate when they lobby for a new client. And former members of Congress, former congressional staffers and former high-level federal workers who now work as lobbyists—the so-called “revolving door” — are required to disclose their "covered" former positions. You can use this database to find out who's lobbying on whose behalf — and on what issues.


Issue Client Firm Lobbyist Latest Filing Date
government contracting for emerging technologies Dell Technologies, Inc Hodgkins Consulting, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020
Cybersecurity: technology, workforce development, funding, regulation development Strategic Marketing Innovations (SMI) Ms. Alycia Farrell 1 Oct 22,2020
Supporting efforts to expand manufacturing and procurement of active pharmaceutical ingredients Cornerstone Government Affairs obo American Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. DiNino Associates, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020
Digital Solutions for Climate Change Digital Climate Alliance CO2EFFICIENT LLC 2 Oct 22,2020
COVID-19 and Alternate Care Facilities related issues and initiatives Zebra Technologies Van Scoyoc Associates 1 Oct 22,2020
Funding for research and development of new weapons for military and civilian use. Mars, Inc. DHI CONSULTING GROUP, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020
Securing funding for needed improvements to infrastructure. Water and sewer lines need to be updated. Funding for restoration of the Historic Courthouse. Funding for roads. To bring the municipality to a point where it is attractive to new industries. City of Laurens, South Carolina DHI CONSULTING GROUP, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020
To increase access to dental care for patients with mobility issues and to encourage the legislature to enact laws that provide medicare and Medicaid coverage for developing modalities of care. To find new solutions for fee sharing that encourages dental practices to serve underserved populations. Whole Life Dental DHI CONSULTING GROUP, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020
Funding from various federal agencies. Tougaloo College Research and Development Foundation THE EDW GROUP 1 Oct 22,2020
Federal funding for low-income housing New Stone M.B. Church THE EDW GROUP 2 Oct 22,2020
Farm Bill, SNAP Propel Keys Group, LLC 3 Oct 22,2020
Rural education and faith based issues and grants. Grace Christian University KELLER PARTNERS & COMPANY 2 Oct 22,2020
Issues regarding implementation of US - China Trade Agreement Implementation of CARES Act Title IV Lone Star North American Acquisitions, L.P. US Policy Strategies 3 Oct 22,2020
Legislation on Indian Appropriations, Housing, Transportation, Stimulus bills. LITTLE TRAVERSE BAY BANDS OF ODAWA INDIANS MS. LYDIA HOFER 1 Oct 22,2020
Information sharing on latest progress related to amending 42 CFR Part 2. Care Continuum Alliance Care Continuum Alliance 5 Oct 22,2020
Marine Mammal Protection Act, Ocean Noise and Marine Mammal Stranding Network funding. International Fund for Animal Welfare Pike Associates LLC 4 Oct 22,2020
Legislation pertaining to the federal funding for fisheries research and investment. The Pew Charitable Trusts Pike Associates LLC 5 Oct 22,2020
Magnuson-Stevens fishery conservation and management act re authorization. Alaska Marine Conservation Council Pike Associates LLC 4 Oct 22,2020
Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2014 Carruth Capital LLC Pike Associates LLC 3 Oct 22,2020
Issues related to STEM education Issues related to hiring veterans and tech workforce training Issues related to diversifying the tech workforce and programs to encourage women an minority-owned businesses to contract with the government. TwinLogic Strategies on Behalf of Dell USA LP Winn Strategies, LLC 1 Oct 22,2020

Privately Funded Travel by Members of the House of Representatives

The Clerk of the House publishes periodic reports of travel sponsored by non-governmental sources. Records covering travel by members of the House of Representatives and their staff are available since 2008.


Dates Traveler Member Destination Sponsor Filling Type