Senator Lindsey O. Graham's Voting Records

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Biographical

Full Name: Lindsey O. Graham
Current Office: U.S. Senate - Sr, Republican
First Elected: 11/05/2002
Last Elected: 11/04/2008
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. Senate
Primary June 10, 2014
General Nov. 4, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Single
Birth Date: 07/09/1955
Birth Place: Seneca, SC
Home City: Seneca, SC
Religion: Southern Baptist
Issue Category

36 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
12/18/13 H J Res 59 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014
Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate (64 - 36)
Nay
10/29/13 S J Res 26 A Joint Resolution Relating to the Disapproval of the President's Exercise of Authority to Suspend the Debt Limit, as Submitted Under Section 1002(b) of the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014 on October 17, 2013
Motion Rejected - Senate (45 - 54)
Yea
10/16/13 HR 2775 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014
Bill Passed - Senate (81 - 18)
Yea
10/12/13 S 1569 Default Prevention Act of 2013
Cloture Not Invoked - Senate (53 - 45)
Nay
9/30/13 H J Res 59 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014
Motion Agreed - Senate (54 - 46)
Nay
9/30/13 H J Res 59 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014
Motion Agreed - Senate (54 - 46)
Nay
9/27/13 H J Res 59 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014
Bill Passed - Senate (54 - 44)
Nay
3/14/13 S Amdt 66 Temporarily Prohibits the Hiring of Nonessential Federal Employees
Amendment Rejected - Senate (45 - 54)
Yea
10/06/09 S Amdt 2588 Prohibiting Federal Funding of Mandatory Arbitration Contracts
Amendment Adopted - Senate (68 - 30)
Nay
9/13/06 S Amdt 4936 National Security Amendment
Motion Rejected - Senate (41 - 57)
Nay
7/24/02 HR 5120 Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act, 2002
Bill Passed - House (308 - 121)
Nay
7/20/00 HR 4871 Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act, 2001
Bill Passed - House (216 - 202)
Yea
10/05/98 HR 1154 Indian Federal Recognition Administrative Procedures
Bill Failed - House (190 - 208)
Nay
6/17/98 H Amdt 688 Campaign Finance Reform Commission Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (156 - 201)
Yea
9/27/96 HR 3539 Federal Aviation Authorization Act of 1996
Conference Report Adopted - House (218 - 198)
Yea
8/01/96 HR 123 English as the National Language
Bill Passed - House (259 - 169)
Yea
7/31/96 HR 3734 Welfare Reform Act of 1996
Conference Report Adopted - House (328 - 101)
Yea
7/18/96 HR 3734 Welfare Reform Act of 1996
Bill Passed - House (256 - 170)
Yea
3/07/96 H Amdt 947 Lobby Disclosure Amendment
Amendment Adopted - House (211 - 209)
Yea
11/28/95 H Amdt 903 Prohibit Federal Funds for Lobbying Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (190 - 238)
Nay
2/28/95 HR 1022 Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Act of 1995
Bill Passed - House (286 - 141)
Yea

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