Connie Mack IV's Voting Records

Issue Category

72 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
6/19/12 HR 2578 Conservation and Economic Growth Act
Bill Passed - House (232 - 188)
11/16/11 HR 822 Requiring State Reciprocity for Carrying Concealed Firearms
Bill Passed - House (272 - 154)
10/26/11 HR 1904 Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2011
Bill Passed - House (235 - 186)
10/14/11 HR 2273 Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act
Bill Passed - House (267 - 144)
9/23/11 H Amdt 799 Suspends Cross State Air Pollution Rule
Amendment Adopted - House (234 - 188)
7/13/11 HR 2018 Amending Clean Water Laws
Bill Passed - House (239 - 184)
5/03/11 HR 1213 Repealing Funding for State Health Benefit Exchanges
Bill Passed - House (238 - 183)
3/30/11 HR 471 School Vouchers for Washington, D.C.
Bill Passed - House (225 - 195)
11/17/10 HR 3808 Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010 2
Veto Override Failed - House (185 - 235)
3/21/10 HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (219 - 212)
11/07/09 H Amdt 510 Substitute Health Care and Insurance Law Amendments
Amendment Rejected - House (176 - 258)
7/16/08 HR 415 Adding Parts of the Taunton River to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System
Bill Passed - House (242 - 175)
10/24/07 HR 505 Native Hawaiian Reorganization Act of 2007
Bill Passed - House (261 - 153)
7/25/07 H Amdt 674 State and Federal Medical Marijuana Law Enforcement and Implementation
Amendment Rejected - House (165 - 262)
4/19/07 HR 1905 District of Columbia House Voting Rights Act of 2007
Bill Passed - House (241 - 177)
6/15/05 H Amdt 272 Medical Marijuana Use Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (161 - 264)

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