Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Voting Records

74

Office: U.S. House (FL) - District 23, Democratic
Issue Category

74 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
11/20/13 H Amdt 498 Specifies That Certain Fees Do Not Limit the Right to Petition
Amendment Rejected - House (199 - 222)
Yea
11/20/13 H Amdt 499 Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to Require Certain Findings for Categorical Exclusions
Amendment Rejected - House (194 - 228)
Yea
11/20/13 H Amdt 503 Requires a Report on the Effect of Flooding on Oil and Gas Facilities
Amendment Rejected - House (202 - 221)
Yea
11/20/13 H Amdt 504 Appropriates $10 Million to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Amendment Rejected - House (195 - 226)
Yea
11/20/13 HR 1965 Federal Lands Jobs and Energy Security Act
Bill Passed - House (228 - 192)
Nay
2/28/13 S 47 Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013
Bill Passed - House (286 - 138)
Yea
6/19/12 HR 2578 Conservation and Economic Growth Act
Bill Passed - House (232 - 188)
Nay
5/16/12 HR 4970 Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012
Bill Passed - House (222 - 205)
Nay
10/26/11 HR 1904 Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2011
Bill Passed - House (235 - 186)
Nay
7/21/10 HR 725 Tribal Law Enforcement Amendments
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (326 - 92)
Yea
6/25/08 HR 2176 Bay Mills Indian Community Land Claim Bill
Bill Failed - House (121 - 298)
Yea
10/24/07 HR 505 Native Hawaiian Reorganization Act of 2007
Bill Passed - House (261 - 153)
Yea
9/13/06 HR 4893 Restricting Indian Gaming to Homelands of Tribes Act
Bill Failed - House (247 - 171)
Nay
12/08/05 HR 4297 Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act of 2005
Bill Passed - House (234 - 197)
Nay
7/28/05 HR 2361 Interior Department FY 2006 Appropriations Bill
Conference Report Adopted - House (410 - 10)
Yea
5/19/05 HR 2361 Interior Department FY 2006 Appropriations Bill
Bill Passed - House (329 - 89)
Nay

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