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Key Votes

Doug Collins' Voting Records on Issue: Housing and Property

Full Name: Douglas 'Doug' A. Collins
Office: U.S. House (GA) - District 9, Republican
First Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 9
Primary May 20, 2014
General Nov. 4, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Lisa; 3 Children: Jordan, Copelan, Cameron
Birth Date: 08/16/1966
Birth Place: Gainesville, GA
Home City: Gainsville, GA
Religion: Baptist

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 813 Prohibits Funds from Being Used to Implement a Department of Housing and Urban Development Plan Amendment Adopted - House
(219 - 207)
Yea
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 815 Prohibits Funds from Being Used to Acquire Traffic Cameras Amendment Adopted - House
(255 - 171)
Yea
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 823 Prohibits Funds from Being Used for the California High-Speed Rail Amendment Adopted - House
(227 - 186)
Yea
June 10, 2014 HR 4745 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2015 Bill Passed - House
(229 - 192)
Yea
March 13, 2014 HR 3189 Water Rights Protection Act Bill Passed - House
(238 - 174)
Yea
March 4, 2014 HR 3370 Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 Bill Passed - House
(306 - 91)
Nay
June 5, 2013 H Amdt 121 Delays National Flood Insurance Premiums Increases Amendment Adopted - House
(281 - 146)
Nay

Georgia Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 25, 2009 SB 83 Expanding Homestead Property Tax Exemption Bill Failed - House
(109 - 63)
Yea
March 23, 2009 HB 233 Two-Year Property Tax Assessment Freeze Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(114 - 55)
Yea
Feb. 12, 2009 HB 233 Two-Year Property Tax Assessment Freeze Bill Passed - House
(110 - 63)
Yea
Jan. 30, 2009 HB 143 Property Tax Grant Appropriation Authorization Bill Passed - House
(117 - 55)
Yea
April 1, 2008 HR 1246 Property Tax Assessment Freeze Resolution Passed - House
(166 - 7)
Yea
March 11, 2008 HB 1158 Motor Vehicle Trauma Care Fee Bill Passed - House
(164 - 7)
Yea
March 5, 2008 SR 796 Property Tax Assessment Cap Resolution Failed - House
(110 - 62)
Yea
Feb. 12, 2007 HB 89 Concealed Weapons in Motor Vehicles Bill Passed - House
(130 - 38)
Yea

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