How They Voted 2014 - Senate

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 8:00am

Each Senate vote used in the ratings is described separately and is identified by a number that corresponds to the numbers at the top of the columns of tabular information.

Key to Symbols

+ "Correct" vote, supporting the Chamber's position

- "Wrong" vote, contrary to the Chamber's position

? No recorded vote

Last NamePartyState123456782014 %Cum %
ALABAMA            
ShelbyRAL++++++-+88%74%
SessionsRAL+-+++--?57%77%
ALASKA            
MurkowskiRAK+++?++++100%91%
BegichDAK-++---++50%50%
ARIZONA            
McCainRAZ++?+++-+86%83%
FlakeRAZ++++++--75%74%
ARKANSAS            
PryorDAR?+---+++57%66%
BoozmanRAR?+++++++100%94%
CALIFORNIA            
FeinsteinDCA-+---+?+43%48%
BoxerDCA-+---+-?29%31%
COLORADO            
UdallDCO-+---+++50%43%
BennetDCO-+---++-38%44%
CONNECTICUT            
BlumenthalDCT-+---+-+38%43%
MurphyDCT-+----++38%39%
DELAWARE            
CarperDDE-+---+++50%53%
CoonsDDE-?---+++43%47%
FLORIDA            
NelsonDFL-+---+++50%53%
RubioRFL+-++++-+75%78%
GEORGIA            
ChamblissRGA++++?+??100%90%
IsaksonRGA++++++++100%92%
HAWAII            
HironoDHI-+---+-+38%34%
SchatzDHI-??--+++50%44%
IDAHO            
CrapoRID+++++---63%86%
RischRID+++++---63%79%
ILLINOIS            
DurbinDIL-+---+++50%35%
KirkRIL+++++++?100%89%
INDIANA            
CoatsRIN+++++++-88%87%
DonnellyDIN-+--?+++57%61%
IOWA            
GrassleyRIA++++++-+88%85%
HarkinDIA-+--?+-+43%36%
KANSAS            
RobertsRKS+-?+?-++67%91%
MoranRKS++++?--+71%87%
KENTUCKY            
McConnellRKY++++++++100%92%
PaulRKY+++++--+75%75%
LOUISIANA            
LandrieuDLA-+---+++50%67%
VitterRLA++++++-+88%88%
MAINE            
CollinsRME++-+++++88%80%
KingIME-+--++++63%50%
MARYLAND            
MikulskiDMD-+---+++50%35%
CardinDMD-+---+++50%36%
MASSACHUSETTS            
MarkeyDMA-+-----+25%25%
WarrenDMA-+------13%35%
MICHIGAN            
LevinDMI-+---+-+38%33%
StabenowDMI-+---+++50%35%
MINNESTOA            
KlobucharDMN-+---+-+38%44%
FrankenDMN-+---+-+38%39%
MISSISSIPPI            
CochranRMS?+?++++?100%88%
WickerRMS?+++++++100%94%
MISSOURI            
McCaskillDMO-+---+-+38%44%
BluntRMO++++?+++100%92%
MONTANA            
WalshDMT-+---+++50%50%
TesterDMT-+---+-+38%46%
NEBRASKA            
FischerRNE++++++++100%88%
JohannsRNE+++++++?100%93%
NEVADA            
ReidDNV++---+++63%38%
HellerRNV+++++--+75%88%
NEW HAMPSHIRE            
ShaheenDNH-+---+++50%44%
AyotteRNH++++++++100%95%
NEW JERSEY            
MenendezDNJ-+---+-+38%39%
BookerDNJ-+---+-+38%38%
NEW MEXICO            
UdallDNM-+---+++50%36%
HeinrichDNM-+---+++50%32%
NEW YORK            
SchumerDNY-+---+++50%37%
GillibrandDNY-+-?---+29%40%
NORTH CAROLINA            
BurrRNC++++++++100%89%
HaganDNC-+---+++50%44%
NORTH DAKOTA            
HoevenRND++++++++100%97%
HeitkampDND-+---+++50%44%
OHIO            
BrownDOH-+------13%32%
PortmanROH++++++--75%92%
OKLAHOMA            
InhofeROK++++++?+100%88%
CoburnROK+-+?+-?-50%73%
OREGON            
WydenDOR-+---+--25%40%
MerkleyDOR-+---+--25%32%
PENNSYLVANIA            
CaseyDPA-+---+++50%47%
ToomeyRPA+++++++-88%87%
RHODE ISLAND            
ReedDRI-+---+-+38%36%
WhitehouseDRI-+---+--25%37%
SOUTH CAROLINA            
GrahamRSC++++++++100%85%
ScottRSC++++++--75%84%
SOUTH DAKOTA            
JohnsonDSD-+---+++50%50%
ThuneRSD++++++++100%90%
TENNESSEE            
AlexanderRTN+?++++++100%93%
CorkerRTN-+++++-+75%83%
TEXAS            
CornynRTX++++++++100%89%
CruzRTX+++?+--+71%67%
UTAH            
HatchRUT++++?+++100%92%
LeeRUT+++++--?71%74%
VERMONT            
LeahyDVT-+----+-25%33%
SandersIVT-+-----?14%18%
VIRGINIA            
WarnerDVA-+---+++50%50%
KaineDVA-+---+++50%50%
WASHINGTON            
MurrayDWA-+---+++50%48%
CantwellDWA-+---+-+38%51%
WEST VIRGINIA            
RockefellerDWV-+---+++50%40%
ManchinDWV-+------13%49%
WISCONSIN            
JohnsonRWI++++++-+88%78%
BaldwinDWI-+----++38%30%
WYOMING            
EnziRWY+++++-++88%87%
BarrassoRWY++++?-++86%84%

 

1. 113-2-S-RC117 Cloture on MTP -  S. 2223 - Minimum Wage Fairness Act                                                        
2. 113-2-S-RC231 Passage - S. 2244 - TRIA                                                        
3. 113-2-S-RC249 Cloture - S. 2569 - Bring Jobs Home Act                                                        
4. 113-2-S-RC261 Cloture - S.J.Res. 19 - A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections                                                        
5. 113-2-S-RC262 Cloture - S. 2199 - Paycheck Fairness                                                        
6. 113-2-S-RC270 Passage - H.J. Res. 124 - A joint resolution making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2015, and for other purposes                                                        
7. 113-2-S-RC354 CROmnibus                                                        
8. 113-2-S-RC364 Tax Extenders