Representative Peter 'Pete' T. King's Voting Records

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Biographical

Full Name: Peter 'Pete' T. King
Current Office: U.S. House - District 2, Republican
First Elected: 11/03/1992
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Conservative, Republican, Independence for U.S. House - District 2
General Nov. 4, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Rosemary; 2 Children: Sean, Erin
Birth Date: 04/05/1944
Birth Place: Manhattan, NY
Home City: Seaford, NY
Religion: Roman Catholic
Issue Category

52 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
5/09/14 HR 4438 American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2014
Bill Passed - House (274 - 131)
Yea
12/11/13 HR 2019 Kids First Research Act of 2013
Bill Passed - House (295 - 103)
Yea
5/16/13 HR 2019 Kids First Research Act of 2013
None - House
Co-sponsor
11/30/12 HR 6429 STEM Jobs Act of 2012
Bill Passed - House (245 - 139)
Yea
9/20/12 HR 6429 STEM Jobs Act of 2012
Bill Failed - House (257 - 158)
Yea
5/28/10 HR 5116 Science and Technology Funding
Bill Passed - House (262 - 150)
Nay
5/19/10 HR 5325 Science and Technology Funding
Bill Failed - House (261 - 148)
Nay
8/01/07 HR 3162 State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Reauthorization
Bill Passed - House (225 - 204)
Nay
7/26/07 HR 3093 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2008
Bill Passed - House (281 - 142)
Nay
6/06/07 HR 2560 Human Cloning Prohibition Act of 2007
Bill Failed - House (204 - 213)
Nay
6/29/06 HR 5672 Commerce Department Appropriations Bill FY 2006
Bill Passed - House (393 - 23)
Yea
11/09/05 HR 2862 Commerce, Justice and Science Appropriations Bill, FY 2006
Conference Report Adopted - House (397 - 19)
Yea
7/22/05 H Amdt 511 Advanced Research Opportunities Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (192 - 206)
Nay
6/16/05 HR 2862 Commerce, Justice and Science Appropriations Bill, FY 2006
Bill Passed - House (418 - 7)
Yea
4/28/05 H Con Res 95 Budget FY2006 Appropriations Resolution
Conference Report Adopted - House (214 - 211)
Yea
3/17/05 H Con Res 95 Budget FY2006 Appropriations Resolution
Joint Resolution Passed - House (218 - 214)
Yea
2/27/03 HR 534 Cloning of Humans bill
Bill Passed - House (241 - 155)
Yea
2/05/03 HR 534 Cloning of Humans bill
None - House
Co-sponsor
10/14/99 HR 2684 Veterans Affairs and HUD Appropriations bill, FY 2000
Conference Report Adopted - House (406 - 18)
Yea
9/09/99 HR 2684 Veterans Affairs and HUD Appropriations bill, FY 2000
Bill Passed - House (235 - 187)
Yea
9/08/99 H Amdt 423 International Space Station Funding Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (121 - 298)
Nay
6/04/98 S 1150 Agricultural Research bill
Conference Report Adopted - House (364 - 50)
Yea
7/25/96 H Amdt 1360 Renewable Energy Research Amendment
Amendment Adopted - House (279 - 135)
Nay
10/12/95 HR 2405 Omnibus Civilian Science Authorization Act of 1995
Bill Passed - House (248 - 161)
Yea
6/29/94 H Amdt 718 Space Station Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (155 - 278)
Yea
11/22/93 H Amdt 416 Penny Amendment to the Government Reform and Savings Act of 1993
Amendment Rejected - House (213 - 219)
Nay
10/19/93 HR 2491 Veterans Administration and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Bill Fiscal Year 1994
Conference Report Adopted - House (341 - 89)
Yea
6/29/93 HR 2491 Veterans Administration and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Bill Fiscal Year 1994
Bill Passed - House (313 - 110)
Yea
6/28/93 H Amdt 160 Space Station Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (196 - 220)
Yea
5/19/93 HR 820 National Competitiveness Act of 1993
Bill Passed - House (243 - 167)
Nay
3/11/93 HR 4 Fetal Tissue Research Bill
Bill Passed - House (283 - 131)
Nay

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