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Madeleine Bordallo's Voting Records on Issue: Marriage, Family, and Children

Office: U.S. House (GU) - Delegate, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - Delegate

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Dec. 11, 2013 HR 2019 Kids First Research Act of 2013 Bill Passed - House
(295 - 103)
NA
May 16, 2013 HR 2019 Kids First Research Act of 2013 House Co-sponsor
March 13, 2013 HR 890 Preserving Work Requirements for Welfare Programs Act of 2013 Bill Passed - House
(246 - 181)
NA
Sept. 22, 2010 HR 3470 Infant Mortality Pilot Programs Bill Passed - House
(324 - 64)
NA
Dec. 19, 2005 S 1932 Budget Reconciliation Bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(212 - 206)
NA
Dec. 14, 2005 HR 3010 Labor, HHS and Education FY 2006 Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(215 - 213)
NA
Nov. 17, 2005 HR 3010 Labor, HHS and Education FY 2006 Appropriations Bill Conference Report Rejected - House
(209 - 224)
NA
April 27, 2005 HR 748 Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act Bill Passed - House
(270 - 157)
NA
April 14, 2005 S 256 Bankruptcy Reform Bill Bill Passed - House
(302 - 126)
NA
Sept. 23, 2004 HR 1308 Child Tax Credit Bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(339 - 65)
NA
May 20, 2004 HR 4359 Child Credit Preservation and Expansion Act of 2004 Bill Passed - House
(271 - 139)
NA
March 24, 2004 HR 3873 Child Nutrition Improvement and Integrity Act Bill Passed - House
(419 - 5)
NA
Feb. 13, 2003 HR 4 Welfare Reform bill Bill Passed - House
(230 - 192)
NA

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