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Tracking Congress In The Age Of Trump

An updating tally of how often every member of the House and the Senate votes with or against the president.

All Congresses

Trump margin: Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s

Trump score: How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position

Trump plus-minus: Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores

Member
Party
State
How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position
Trump score
How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position
Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s
Trump margin
Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s
How often a member is expected to support Trump based on Trump’s 2016 margin
Predicted score
How often a member is expected to support Trump based on Trump’s 2016 margin
Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores
Trump plus-minus
Trump +/-
Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores
Rick ScottScott
R
FL
92.1%
+1.2
43.5%
+48.6
Cory GardnerGardner
R
CO
89.1%
-4.9
41.5%
+47.6
Dean Heller*Heller*
R
NV
91.6%
-2.4
50.0%
+41.6
Martha McSallyMcSally
R
AZ
94.8%
+3.5
56.3%
+38.5
Marco RubioRubio
R
FL
90.8%
+1.2
53.0%
+37.9
Ron JohnsonJohnson
R
WI
89.4%
+0.8
52.0%
+37.4
Patrick J. ToomeyToomey
R
PA
88.1%
+0.7
51.6%
+36.6
Thom TillisTillis
R
NC
93.4%
+3.7
58.0%
+35.4
Richard BurrBurr
R
NC
92.2%
+3.7
57.4%
+34.8
David PerduePerdue
R
GA
94.8%
+5.2
60.8%
+34.0
Johnny Isakson*Isakson*
R
GA
92.0%
+5.2
59.2%
+32.9
Kelly LoefflerLoeffler
R
GA
100.0%
+5.2
67.3%
+32.7
John CornynCornyn
R
TX
95.1%
+9.0
67.5%
+27.6
Rob PortmanPortman
R
OH
91.0%
+8.1
65.8%
+25.2
Ted CruzCruz
R
TX
92.5%
+9.0
68.1%
+24.4
Joni ErnstErnst
R
IA
91.1%
+9.4
68.2%
+22.8
Chuck GrassleyGrassley
R
IA
91.1%
+9.4
68.2%
+22.8
Susan M. CollinsCollins
R
ME
67.5%
-3.0
45.0%
+22.5
John McCain*McCain*
R
AZ
83.0%
+3.5
61.2%
+21.9
Jeff Flake*Flake*
R
AZ
81.3%
+3.5
60.2%
+21.1
Cindy Hyde-SmithHyde-Smith
R
MS
94.5%
+17.8
76.3%
+18.2
Tim ScottScott
R
SC
93.4%
+14.3
75.3%
+18.1
Mike BraunBraun
R
IN
94.7%
+19.2
76.8%
+18.0
Dan SullivanSullivan
R
AK
91.5%
+14.7
76.5%
+15.0
Thad Cochran*Cochran*
R
MS
97.1%
+17.8
83.0%
+14.1
Orrin G. Hatch*Hatch*
R
UT
96.4%
+18.1
82.5%
+14.0
Roger F. WickerWicker
R
MS
93.5%
+17.8
80.0%
+13.5
Roy BluntBlunt
R
MO
93.4%
+18.6
80.7%
+12.7
Pat RobertsRoberts
R
KS
95.1%
+20.6
82.8%
+12.3
Kyrsten SinemaSinema
D
AZ
51.9%
+3.5
40.3%
+11.7
Lindsey GrahamGraham
R
SC
87.2%
+14.3
75.7%
+11.4
Bill CassidyCassidy
R
LA
91.8%
+19.6
82.0%
+9.8
Josh HawleyHawley
R
MO
84.6%
+18.6
76.3%
+8.3
Jon Kyl*Kyl*
R
AZ
71.4%
+3.5
63.8%
+7.6
John BoozmanBoozman
R
AR
94.3%
+26.9
87.4%
+6.9
Mitt RomneyRomney
R
UT
81.6%
+18.1
74.9%
+6.6
John KennedyKennedy
R
LA
87.7%
+19.6
81.7%
+6.0
Richard C. ShelbyShelby
R
AL
93.5%
+27.7
87.8%
+5.7
Deb FischerFischer
R
NE
91.9%
+25.0
86.3%
+5.6
John ThuneThune
R
SD
94.3%
+29.8
88.7%
+5.5
Mitch McConnellMcConnell
R
KY
94.3%
+29.8
88.7%
+5.5
Dianne FeinsteinFeinstein
D
CA
24.6%
-30.1
19.9%
+4.7
Benjamin L. CardinCardin
D
MD
25.4%
-26.4
20.8%
+4.6
Brian SchatzSchatz
D
HI
23.8%
-32.2
19.2%
+4.6
John HoevenHoeven
R
ND
95.1%
+35.7
90.7%
+4.4
Jeff Sessions*Sessions*
R
AL
100.0%
+27.7
95.8%
+4.2
Mike CrapoCrapo
R
ID
93.3%
+31.8
89.4%
+3.9
Kevin CramerCramer
R
ND
96.9%
+35.7
93.2%
+3.7
Mazie K. HironoHirono
D
HI
22.8%
-32.2
19.1%
+3.7
Lamar AlexanderAlexander
R
TN
90.4%
+26.0
86.8%
+3.5
Steve DainesDaines
R
MT
86.1%
+20.4
82.6%
+3.4
Patrick J. LeahyLeahy
D
VT
23.8%
-26.4
20.6%
+3.1
Todd YoungYoung
R
IN
84.6%
+19.2
81.4%
+3.1
Mike RoundsRounds
R
SD
92.2%
+29.8
89.1%
+3.1
Shelley Moore CapitoCapito
R
WV
95.0%
+42.2
92.0%
+3.0
Luther Strange*Strange*
R
AL
91.1%
+27.7
88.7%
+2.4
James M. InhofeInhofe
R
OK
92.6%
+36.4
90.7%
+1.9
Chris Van HollenVan Hollen
D
MD
23.0%
-26.4
21.4%
+1.5
James E. RischRisch
R
ID
90.9%
+31.8
89.5%
+1.4
Marsha BlackburnBlackburn
R
TN
92.0%
+26.0
91.3%
+0.7
Charles E. SchumerSchumer
D
NY
23.6%
-22.5
23.2%
+0.4
Tom CottonCotton
R
AR
87.8%
+26.9
87.4%
+0.4
Jerry MoranMoran
R
KS
83.5%
+20.6
83.2%
+0.2
Ben SasseSasse
R
NE
86.7%
+25.0
86.4%
+0.2
John BarrassoBarrasso
R
WY
91.9%
+46.3
91.9%
0.0
James LankfordLankford
R
OK
89.4%
+36.4
90.8%
-1.4
Tammy DuckworthDuckworth
D
IL
25.4%
-17.1
26.9%
-1.5
Lisa MurkowskiMurkowski
R
AK
74.6%
+14.7
76.5%
-1.9
Thomas R. CarperCarper
D
DE
30.1%
-11.4
32.2%
-2.1
Michael B. EnziEnzi
R
WY
90.2%
+46.3
92.3%
-2.1
Richard J. DurbinDurbin
D
IL
24.2%
-17.1
26.5%
-2.4
Christopher A. CoonsCoons
D
DE
29.5%
-11.4
32.3%
-2.8
Maria CantwellCantwell
D
WA
24.6%
-15.5
27.8%
-3.2
Bob Corker*Corker*
R
TN
84.0%
+26.0
87.9%
-4.0
Christopher MurphyMurphy
D
CT
25.6%
-13.6
29.9%
-4.3
Patty MurrayMurray
D
WA
24.0%
-15.5
28.4%
-4.4
Jack ReedReed
D
RI
23.6%
-15.5
28.0%
-4.4
Kamala D. HarrisHarris
D
CA
16.2%
-30.1
20.8%
-4.6
Sheldon WhitehouseWhitehouse
D
RI
23.1%
-15.5
27.9%
-4.8
Mark R. WarnerWarner
D
VA
35.8%
-5.3
40.8%
-5.1
Mike LeeLee
R
UT
74.4%
+18.1
80.2%
-5.8
Robert MenendezMenendez
D
NJ
22.3%
-14.1
28.2%
-5.9
Edward J. MarkeyMarkey
D
MA
14.9%
-27.2
21.2%
-6.4
Angus S. King Jr.King
I
ME
38.2%
-3.0
45.0%
-6.7
Elizabeth WarrenWarren
D
MA
13.6%
-27.2
21.5%
-7.9
Bernard SandersSanders
I
VT
14.2%
-26.4
22.0%
-7.9
Richard BlumenthalBlumenthal
D
CT
20.5%
-13.6
29.7%
-9.2
Martin HeinrichHeinrich
D
NM
27.0%
-8.2
36.3%
-9.3
Tim KaineKaine
D
VA
30.1%
-5.3
40.8%
-10.8
Tom UdallUdall
D
NM
25.2%
-8.2
36.4%
-11.2
Kirsten E. GillibrandGillibrand
D
NY
12.2%
-22.5
24.2%
-12.1
Bill Nelson*Nelson*
D
FL
43.4%
+1.2
56.8%
-13.4
Michael F. BennetBennet
D
CO
27.8%
-4.9
42.5%
-14.7
Cory A. BookerBooker
D
NJ
14.2%
-14.1
29.3%
-15.2
Ron WydenWyden
D
OR
17.1%
-11.0
32.7%
-15.6
Catherine Cortez MastoCortez Masto
D
NV
28.5%
-2.4
45.9%
-17.5
Rand PaulPaul
R
KY
69.9%
+29.8
88.4%
-18.5
Jeff MerkleyMerkley
D
OR
13.8%
-11.0
32.7%
-18.9
Tina SmithSmith
D
MN
25.8%
-1.5
44.7%
-19.0
Jeanne ShaheenShaheen
D
NH
30.3%
-0.4
50.0%
-19.6
Margaret Wood HassanHassan
D
NH
29.3%
-0.4
49.8%
-20.6
Amy KlobucharKlobuchar
D
MN
27.2%
-1.5
48.2%
-21.0
Gary C. PetersPeters
D
MI
28.7%
+0.2
50.9%
-22.2
Debbie StabenowStabenow
D
MI
28.5%
+0.2
51.0%
-22.5
Robert P. Casey Jr.Casey
D
PA
29.3%
+0.7
51.9%
-22.7
Al Franken*Franken*
D
MN
23.6%
-1.5
49.5%
-25.9
Jacky RosenRosen
D
NV
35.4%
-2.4
62.0%
-26.6
Joe Donnelly*Donnelly*
D
IN
54.2%
+19.2
83.3%
-29.1
Tammy BaldwinBaldwin
D
WI
23.0%
+0.8
52.1%
-29.2
Heidi Heitkamp*Heitkamp*
D
ND
54.8%
+35.7
91.5%
-36.8
Claire McCaskill*McCaskill*
D
MO
45.8%
+18.6
83.0%
-37.2
Sherrod BrownBrown
D
OH
26.2%
+8.1
65.8%
-39.5
Joe Manchin IIIManchin
D
WV
52.0%
+42.2
91.6%
-39.6
Doug JonesJones
D
AL
35.4%
+27.7
85.4%
-50.0
Jon TesterTester
D
MT
30.9%
+20.4
82.6%
-51.7

A Trump score is not calculated for members who have not voted. How this works »

* No longer in Congress.

All Congresses

Trump margin: Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s

Trump score: How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position

Trump plus-minus: Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores

Member
Party
District
How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position
Trump score
How often a member votes in line with Trump’s position
Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s
Trump margin
Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election minus Clinton’s
How often a member is expected to support Trump based on Trump’s 2016 margin
Predicted score
How often a member is expected to support Trump based on Trump’s 2016 margin
Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores
Trump plus-minus
Trump +/-
Difference between a member’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores
Mike GarciaGarcia
R
CA-25
90.9%
-6.7
9.1%
+81.8
David G. Valadao*Valadao*
R
CA-21
97.9%
-15.5
38.8%
+59.1
Barbara Comstock*Comstock*
R
VA-10
97.8%
-10.0
47.7%
+50.1
Erik Paulsen*Paulsen*
R
MN-3
96.9%
-9.4
49.6%
+47.3
Edward R. Royce*Royce*
R
CA-39
97.9%
-8.6
51.4%
+46.5
Carlos Curbelo*Curbelo*
R
FL-26
82.4%
-16.3
37.2%
+45.3
Mike Coffman*Coffman*
R
CO-6
94.8%
-8.9
50.6%
+44.2
Stephen Knight*Knight*
R
CA-25
98.9%
-6.7
54.8%
+44.1
Mimi Walters*Walters*
R
CA-45
98.9%
-5.4
57.8%
+41.1
Darrell E. Issa*Issa*
R
CA-49
93.4%
-7.5
52.7%
+40.8
Will HurdHurd
R
TX-23
81.0%
-3.4
41.2%
+39.8
Peter J. Roskam*Roskam*
R
IL-6
94.7%
-7.0
55.0%
+39.7
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen*Ros-Lehtinen*
R
FL-27
70.8%
-19.6
32.2%
+38.6
Mario Diaz-BalartDiaz-Balart
R
FL-25
91.4%
+1.8
53.2%
+38.2
Don BaconBacon
R
NE-2
92.2%
+2.2
54.2%
+38.0
Jeff Denham*Denham*
R
CA-10
97.9%
-3.0
62.9%
+35.0
John KatkoKatko
R
NY-24
74.4%
-3.6
41.7%
+32.7
Pete Sessions*Sessions*
R
TX-32
97.9%
-1.9
65.3%
+32.6
Dan CrenshawCrenshaw
R
TX-2
93.9%
+9.3
61.7%
+32.2
Rob WoodallWoodall
R
GA-7
97.8%
+6.3
65.6%
+32.2
John Culberson*Culberson*
R
TX-7
97.9%
-1.4
66.5%
+31.4
David G. Reichert*Reichert*
R
WA-8
92.5%
-3.0
62.9%
+29.6
Bryan SteilSteil
R
WI-1
94.0%
+10.3
65.1%
+28.9
Steve ChabotChabot
R
OH-1
95.0%
+6.6
66.5%
+28.5
Ross SpanoSpano
R
FL-15
92.6%
+10.0
64.2%
+28.4
Chip RoyRoy
R
TX-21
93.6%
+10.0
65.6%
+28.0
Rodney DavisR. Davis
R
IL-13
91.1%
+5.5
63.5%
+27.5
Ryan A. Costello*Costello*
R
PA-6
95.7%
-0.6
69.2%
+26.5
Karen C. Handel*Handel*
R
GA-6
98.4%
+1.5
72.0%
+26.4
Patrick Meehan*Meehan*
R
PA-7
88.7%
-2.3
62.5%
+26.2
Kenny MarchantMarchant
R
TX-24
93.5%
+6.2
67.6%
+25.9
Michael TurnerTurner
R
OH-10
94.4%
+7.3
68.5%
+25.9
Denver RigglemanRiggleman
R
VA-5
93.9%
+11.1
68.2%
+25.7
Pete OlsonOlson
R
TX-22
96.0%
+7.9
70.3%
+25.7
Kevin Yoder*Yoder*
R
KS-3
92.6%
-1.2
67.1%
+25.5
Dan BishopBishop
R
NC-9
97.2%
+11.6
72.7%
+24.5
Chris JacobsJacobs
R
NY-27
100.0%
+24.5
75.7%
+24.3
Ron WrightWright
R
TX-6
96.1%
+12.3
72.2%
+23.9
Devin NunesNunes
R
CA-22
97.1%
+9.5
73.9%
+23.2
David Young*Young*
R
IA-3
99.0%
+3.5
76.0%
+22.9
Troy BaldersonBalderson
R
OH-12
93.3%
+11.3
70.4%
+22.9
Michael T. McCaulMcCaul
R
TX-10
95.6%
+9.1
73.2%
+22.4
Paul D. Ryan*Ryan*
R
WI-1
95.5%
+10.3
73.2%
+22.2
Scott Taylor*Taylor*
R
VA-2
97.8%
+3.4
75.9%
+21.9
David A. Trott*Trott*
R
MI-11
98.9%
+4.4
77.2%
+21.7
Henry CuellarCuellar
D
TX-28
41.3%
-19.8
20.4%
+20.9
Randy Hultgren*Hultgren*
R
IL-14
96.8%
+3.9
76.7%
+20.2
French HillHill
R
AR-2
96.6%
+10.7
77.1%
+19.5
Leonard Lance*Lance*
R
NJ-7
86.5%
-1.1
67.2%
+19.3
Jason Lewis*Lewis*
R
MN-2
90.3%
+1.2
71.6%
+18.8
Dana Rohrabacher*Rohrabacher*
R
CA-48
84.2%
-1.7
65.8%
+18.4
Rodney P. Frelinghuysen*Frelinghuysen*
R
NJ-11
89.4%
+0.9
71.1%
+18.3
Ann WagnerWagner
R
MO-2
94.3%
+10.3
76.4%
+18.0
Ted BuddBudd
R
NC-13
92.6%
+9.4
75.0%
+17.7
George HoldingHolding
R
NC-2
92.0%
+9.6
74.6%
+17.4
Ken CalvertCalvert
R
CA-42
97.2%
+12.0
80.0%
+17.3
Van TaylorTaylor
R
TX-3
95.2%
+14.2
78.0%
+17.2
Mike Bishop*Bishop*
R
MI-8
97.9%
+6.7
81.1%
+16.8
Mark AmodeiAmodei
R
NV-2
97.1%
+12.3
80.6%
+16.6
Rod Blum*Blum*
R
IA-1
92.5%
+3.5
76.1%
+16.4
Brian MastMast
R
FL-18
90.8%
+9.2
74.4%
+16.3
Brian FitzpatrickFitzpatrick
R
PA-1
62.9%
-2.0
46.7%
+16.2
David SchweikertSchweikert
R
AZ-6
91.1%
+10.0
75.5%
+15.7
Susan W. BrooksBrooks
R
IN-5
95.5%
+11.8
79.9%
+15.6
John CarterCarter
R
TX-31
97.0%
+12.7
81.5%
+15.5
Jim HagedornHagedorn
R
MN-1
95.2%
+14.9
79.8%
+15.4
Scott TiptonTipton
R
CO-3
94.9%
+12.0
79.9%
+15.1
Vern BuchananBuchanan
R
FL-16
91.9%
+10.7
76.9%
+14.9
David JoyceJoyce
R
OH-14
93.8%
+11.5
78.9%
+14.9
Mia B. Love*Love*
R
UT-4
95.7%
+6.7
81.1%
+14.6
Thomas MacArthur*MacArthur*
R
NJ-3
94.8%
+6.2
80.5%
+14.3
Scott PerryPerry
R
PA-10
90.4%
+8.9
77.6%
+12.8
Cathy McMorris RodgersMcMorris Rodgers
R
WA-5
94.8%
+13.1
82.2%
+12.6
Jaime Herrera BeutlerHerrera Beutler
R
WA-3
81.6%
+7.4
69.0%
+12.6
Dennis A. Ross*Ross*
R
FL-15
97.8%
+10.0
85.5%
+12.4
Robert J. WittmanWittman
R
VA-1
92.7%
+12.4
80.7%
+12.0
Chris StewartStewart
R
UT-2
95.4%
+14.0
83.7%
+11.8
Patrick J. Tiberi*Tiberi*
R
OH-12
98.3%
+11.3
86.7%
+11.6
Beto O’Rourke*O’Rourke*
D
TX-16
30.1%
-40.7
18.8%
+11.3
Lamar Smith*Smith*
R
TX-21
96.8%
+10.0
85.6%
+11.2
Charles W. Dent*Dent*
R
PA-15
93.0%
+7.6
81.9%
+11.0
Bruce Poliquin*Poliquin*
R
ME-2
96.8%
+10.3
86.0%
+10.9
Buddy CarterCarter
R
GA-1
96.6%
+15.5
85.8%
+10.8
Mike BostBost
R
IL-12
95.5%
+14.8
85.0%
+10.6
Alexandria Ocasio-CortezOcasio-Cortez
D
NY-14
14.3%
-57.9
3.8%
+10.5
Robert Pittenger*Pittenger*
R
NC-9
97.8%
+11.6
87.3%
+10.5
Andy BarrBarr
R
KY-6
96.0%
+15.3
85.7%
+10.4
Rick AllenAllen
R
GA-12
97.2%
+16.2
86.9%
+10.3
Tim WalbergWalberg
R
MI-7
97.8%
+17.0
88.0%
+9.8
Fred UptonUpton
R
MI-6
81.0%
+8.4
71.3%
+9.7
Duncan D. Hunter*Hunter*
R
CA-50
95.3%
+15.0
85.7%
+9.6
Steve WatkinsWatkins
R
KS-2
96.4%
+18.4
86.9%
+9.5
Anthony GonzalezGonzalez
R
OH-16
92.8%
+16.6
83.5%
+9.3
Roger WilliamsWilliams
R
TX-25
94.4%
+14.9
85.1%
+9.3
Gene Green*G. Green*
D
TX-29
28.9%
-45.7
19.7%
+9.2
J. Luis CorreaCorrea
D
CA-46
22.2%
-38.4
13.2%
+9.1
Pete StauberStauber
R
MN-8
90.5%
+15.6
81.5%
+9.0
Steve StiversStivers
R
OH-15
94.7%
+15.4
85.7%
+9.0
Lloyd SmuckerSmucker
R
PA-11
95.4%
+25.8
86.5%
+8.9
Mark WalkerWalker
R
NC-6
94.3%
+14.7
85.5%
+8.9
Paul CookCook
R
CA-8
94.4%
+15.1
85.7%
+8.6
Brad WenstrupWenstrup
R
OH-2
95.5%
+16.1
87.0%
+8.5
Jim CostaCosta
D
CA-16
26.6%
-21.6
18.1%
+8.5
Bill FloresFlores
R
TX-17
97.1%
+17.5
88.8%
+8.4
Lee ZeldinZeldin
R
NY-1
88.9%
+12.3
80.6%
+8.3
Pete KingKing
R
NY-2
81.4%
+9.1
73.1%
+8.3
John J. Faso*Faso*
R
NY-19
89.6%
+6.8
81.3%
+8.3
Bill HuizengaHuizenga
R
MI-2
96.6%
+17.6
88.7%
+7.9
Ted Poe*Poe*
R
TX-2
92.3%
+9.3
84.4%
+7.9
Joe WilsonWilson
R
SC-2
96.6%
+17.7
88.9%
+7.7
Dave Brat*Brat*
R
VA-7
88.4%
+6.5
80.8%
+7.7
Bradley SchneiderSchneider
D
IL-10
23.0%
-29.4
15.5%
+7.5
Richard HudsonHudson
R
NC-8
92.7%
+15.0
85.4%
+7.2
Ted YohoYoho
R
FL-3
94.2%
+16.0
87.1%
+7.1
Claudia Tenney*Tenney*
R
NY-22
96.9%
+15.5
90.2%
+6.6
Glenn GrothmanGrothman
R
WI-6
94.4%
+16.9
87.9%
+6.5
Chris Collins*Collins*
R
NY-27
99.3%
+24.5
93.4%
+5.9
Michael WaltzWaltz
R
FL-6
90.4%
+17.0
84.5%
+5.9
Rashida TlaibTlaib
D
MI-13
9.5%
-60.7
3.7%
+5.8
Gus M. BilirakisBilirakis
R
FL-12
95.5%
+18.6
89.7%
+5.8
Kevin McCarthyMcCarthy
R
CA-23
97.8%
+22.0
92.1%
+5.7
Al LawsonLawson
D
FL-5
22.8%
-25.4
17.3%
+5.5
Jimmy PanettaPanetta
D
CA-20
17.2%
-47.2
11.7%
+5.5
Greg GianforteGianforte
R
MT-AL
95.2%
+20.4
89.8%
+5.4
Gregory W. MeeksMeeks
D
NY-5
15.0%
-73.0
9.7%
+5.3
Gregg Harper*Harper*
R
MS-3
98.9%
+24.5
93.7%
+5.3
Virginia FoxxFoxx
R
NC-5
93.9%
+17.6
88.7%
+5.2
Terri A. SewellSewell
D
AL-7
17.7%
-41.2
12.6%
+5.2
Michael GuestGuest
R
MS-3
97.6%
+24.5
92.5%
+5.1
Gregory F. MurphyMurphy
R
NC-3
97.1%
+23.6
92.0%
+5.1
Lynn Jenkins*Jenkins*
R
KS-2
96.7%
+18.4
91.7%
+5.1
Steve Russell*Russell*
R
OK-5
93.7%
+13.4
88.7%
+5.0
Mike KellyKelly
R
PA-16
96.6%
+20.0
91.6%
+5.0
Adam KinzingerKinzinger
R
IL-16
93.2%
+17.2
88.2%
+5.0
Tom RiceRice
R
SC-7
94.9%
+18.9
90.0%
+5.0
Jack BergmanBergman
R
MI-1
96.6%
+21.3
91.7%
+4.9
Ayanna PressleyPressley
D
MA-7
8.3%
-72.2
3.4%
+4.9
Joe Barton*Barton*
R
TX-6
92.4%
+12.3
87.6%
+4.7
Nancy PelosiPelosi
D
CA-12
17.6%
-77.5
12.9%
+4.7
Debbie LeskoLesko
R
AZ-8
95.3%
+21.1
90.7%
+4.7
Tim Murphy*Murphy*
R
PA-18
97.9%
+19.6
93.3%
+4.6
Randy WeberWeber
R
TX-14
94.6%
+19.8
90.1%
+4.5
David ScottD. Scott
D
GA-13
16.4%
-44.4
11.9%
+4.5
Frank A. LoBiondo*LoBiondo*
R
NJ-2
82.3%
+4.6
77.9%
+4.4
Tom ReedReed
R
NY-23
89.0%
+14.8
84.8%
+4.2
Lou Barletta*Barletta*
R
PA-11
97.8%
+23.8
93.7%
+4.2
Sam Johnson*S. Johnson*
R
TX-3
93.1%
+14.2
89.1%
+4.0
Bill Shuster*Shuster*
R
PA-9
98.9%
+42.5
95.0%
+4.0
Doug LaMalfaLaMalfa
R
CA-1
94.4%
+19.7
90.5%
+3.9
Trey Gowdy*Gowdy*
R
SC-4
97.9%
+25.7
94.1%
+3.8
Greg PencePence
R
IN-6
100.0%
+40.3
96.2%
+3.8
Thomas J. Rooney*T. Rooney*
R
FL-17
97.7%
+27.2
94.0%
+3.7
Don YoungYoung
R
AK-AL
88.7%
+14.7
85.0%
+3.7
Albio SiresSires
D
NJ-8
15.0%
-54.2
11.3%
+3.7
Stevan Pearce*Pearce*
R
NM-2
89.2%
+10.2
85.5%
+3.7
Marc VeaseyVeasey
D
TX-33
14.3%
-49.2
10.6%
+3.7
Ron EstesEstes
R
KS-4
96.7%
+27.2
93.1%
+3.6
Ralph NormanNorman
R
SC-5
91.5%
+18.5
88.0%
+3.6
David RouzerRouzer
R
NC-7
92.1%
+17.7
88.6%
+3.5
Carol MillerMiller
R
WV-3
100.0%
+49.2
96.6%
+3.4
Ilhan OmarOmar
D
MN-5
7.3%
-55.2
3.9%
+3.4
John MoolenaarMoolenaar
R
MI-4
96.7%
+24.8
93.3%
+3.3
John RutherfordRutherford
R
FL-4
97.7%
+28.0
94.4%
+3.3
Patrick T. McHenryMcHenry
R
NC-10
96.6%
+24.6
93.3%
+3.2
Gerald E. ConnollyConnolly
D
VA-11
16.2%
-39.4
13.0%
+3.2
Ron DeSantis*DeSantis*
R
FL-6
94.3%
+17.0
91.1%
+3.2
Tom McClintockMcClintock
R
CA-4
88.1%
+14.7
85.0%
+3.2
Mike QuigleyQuigley
D
IL-5
14.8%
-46.6
11.6%
+3.1
Chuck FleischmannFleischmann
R
TN-3
98.3%
+35.2
95.3%
+3.1
Adam SchiffSchiff
D
CA-28
14.4%
-49.8
11.4%
+3.0
John R. CurtisCurtis
R
UT-3
95.2%
+23.9
92.2%
+3.0
Norma TorresTorres
D
CA-35
15.8%
-40.8
12.9%
+3.0
Steve WomackWomack
R
AR-3
97.8%
+31.4
94.8%
+2.9
Jeff FortenberryFortenberry
R
NE-1
94.3%
+21.3
91.5%
+2.8
Mike SimpsonSimpson
R
ID-2
95.9%
+24.7
93.2%
+2.8
Eric SwalwellSwalwell
D
CA-15
14.9%
-45.7
12.1%
+2.8
Greg SteubeSteube
R
FL-17
96.3%
+27.2
93.7%
+2.7
Roger MarshallMarshall
R
KS-1
98.3%
+45.0
95.6%
+2.7
Kevin BradyBrady
R
TX-8
98.3%
+48.8
95.7%
+2.6
Kay GrangerGranger
R
TX-12
96.9%
+30.2
94.2%
+2.6
Ben ClineCline
R
VA-6
95.2%
+24.8
92.7%
+2.6
Kevin HernHern
R
OK-1
96.5%
+28.7
94.0%
+2.6
Steve ScaliseScalise
R
LA-1
98.7%
+42.0
96.2%
+2.5
Glenn W. ThompsonThompson
R
PA-15
97.8%
+43.3
95.3%
+2.5
Tom Marino*Marino*
R
PA-12
97.9%
+36.4
95.5%
+2.4
Dwight EvansEvans
D
PA-3
11.4%
-83.9
9.0%
+2.4
Jackie WalorskiWalorski
R
IN-2
94.9%
+23.2
92.6%
+2.4
Dan MeuserMeuser
R
PA-9
97.5%
+34.0
95.2%
+2.3
Lance GoodenGooden
R
TX-5
96.4%
+28.4
94.1%
+2.3
Brett S. GuthrieGuthrie
R
KY-2
97.7%
+39.9
95.4%
+2.3
James B. Renacci*Renacci*
R
OH-16
94.4%
+16.6
92.1%
+2.3
Bill JohnsonJohnson
R
OH-6
97.7%
+42.6
95.6%
+2.2
Daniel M. Donovan Jr.*Donovan*
R
NY-11
87.2%
+9.8
85.1%
+2.2
Neal DunnDunn
R
FL-2
97.7%
+35.6
95.6%
+2.2
Stephen F. LynchLynch
D
MA-8
18.6%
-26.0
16.5%
+2.2
Robert E. LattaLatta
R
OH-5
95.6%
+25.1
93.4%
+2.1
Tulsi GabbardGabbard
D
HI-2
18.8%
-31.8
16.6%
+2.1
Robert B. AderholtAderholt
R
AL-4
97.7%
+63.0
95.6%
+2.1
Scott PetersPeters
D
CA-52
20.3%
-22.5
18.3%
+2.0
K. Michael ConawayConaway
R
TX-11
97.8%
+58.7
95.8%
+2.0
Doug CollinsCollins
R
GA-9
97.7%
+58.5
95.7%
+2.0
Salud CarbajalCarbajal
D
CA-24
21.6%
-20.2
19.6%
+1.9
Bob Goodlatte*Goodlatte*
R
VA-6
95.8%
+24.8
93.9%
+1.9
Don BeyerBeyer
D
VA-8
12.1%
-52.6
10.2%
+1.9
Mike ThompsonThompson
D
CA-5
13.6%
-44.9
11.7%
+1.9
Anna G. EshooEshoo
D
CA-18
12.7%
-53.2
10.9%
+1.9
Jimmy GomezGomez
D
CA-34
10.6%
-72.9
8.8%
+1.8
Sylvia R. GarciaGarcia
D
TX-29
6.0%
-45.7
4.1%
+1.8
Tom GravesGraves
R
GA-14
97.7%
+52.9
95.9%
+1.8
Blaine LuetkemeyerLuetkemeyer
R
MO-3
97.2%
+39.0
95.4%
+1.8
A. Drew FergusonFerguson
R
GA-3
96.6%
+31.5
94.9%
+1.7
Clay HigginsHiggins
R
LA-3
97.1%
+38.1
95.4%
+1.7
Austin ScottA. Scott
R
GA-8
96.0%
+28.9
94.3%
+1.7
Bob GibbsGibbs
R
OH-7
96.6%
+29.7
94.9%
+1.7
Bradley ByrneByrne
R
AL-1
96.4%
+29.4
94.8%
+1.7
Sean P. Duffy*Duffy*
R
WI-7
93.4%
+20.5
91.7%
+1.7
Michael BurgessBurgess
R
TX-26
95.5%
+26.5
93.8%
+1.6
John ShimkusShimkus
R
IL-15
97.0%
+46.2
95.5%
+1.6
Carolyn MaloneyC. Maloney
D
NY-12
11.3%
-69.8
9.7%
+1.6
Harold RogersRogers
R
KY-5
97.1%
+62.1
95.6%
+1.5
Jackie SpeierSpeier
D
CA-14
12.2%
-58.7
10.7%
+1.5
Frank LucasLucas
R
OK-3
97.2%
+52.7
95.7%
+1.5
Danny K. DavisD. Davis
D
IL-7
9.0%
-78.2
7.5%
+1.5
Brenda LawrenceLawrence
D
MI-14
11.6%
-60.9
10.2%
+1.5
Mike RogersRogers
R
AL-3
96.5%
+33.0
95.1%
+1.5
Rick CrawfordCrawford
R
AR-1
96.5%
+34.8
95.0%
+1.4
Doug LambornLamborn
R
CO-5
94.4%
+24.0
93.0%
+1.4
Joseph Crowley*Crowley*
D
NY-14
17.0%
-57.9
15.6%
+1.4
Jason Chaffetz*Chaffetz*
R
UT-3
100.0%
+23.9
98.6%
+1.4
Rob BishopBishop
R
UT-1
95.3%
+27.3
94.0%
+1.3
Steven PalazzoPalazzo
R
MS-4
97.0%
+41.2
95.7%
+1.3
Tom ColeCole
R
OK-4
96.6%
+37.4
95.4%
+1.3
José E. SerranoSerrano
D
NY-15
10.1%
-88.9
8.8%
+1.3
Evan H. Jenkins*Jenkins*
R
WV-3
96.7%
+49.2
95.4%
+1.3
Jesus “Chuy” GarciaGarcía
D
IL-4
4.8%
-68.9
3.5%
+1.3
Vicky HartzlerHartzler
R
MO-4
96.6%
+36.0
95.3%
+1.2
Jim CooperCooper
D
TN-5
22.5%
-18.4
21.3%
+1.2
Anthony BrownBrown
D
MD-4
11.4%
-57.5
10.1%
+1.2
Ed CaseCase
D
HI-1
6.0%
-32.6
4.7%
+1.2
John JoyceJoyce
R
PA-13
97.6%
+45.7
96.4%
+1.2
Mike GallagherGallagher
R
WI-8
89.5%
+17.6
88.4%
+1.2
Jerrold NadlerNadler
D
NY-10
11.6%
-59.5
10.4%
+1.2
Paul MitchellMitchell
R
MI-10
96.0%
+32.2
94.9%
+1.1
John RoseRose
R
TN-6
97.5%
+48.9
96.4%
+1.1
Hakeem JeffriesJeffries
D
NY-8
10.7%
-71.1
9.7%
+1.1
Ro KhannaKhanna
D
CA-17
11.8%
-53.4
10.7%
+1.1
Zoe LofgrenLofgren
D
CA-19
12.6%
-51.4
11.5%
+1.1
Nanette Diaz BarragánBarragán
D
CA-44
10.7%
-70.7
9.6%
+1.1
Michael E. Capuano*Capuano*
D
MA-7
15.4%
-72.2
14.3%
+1.0
Larry BucshonBucshon
R
IN-8
96.0%
+33.7
95.0%
+1.0
Jim BairdBaird
R
IN-4
96.4%
+34.1
95.4%
+1.0
C. A. Dutch RuppersbergerRuppersberger
D
MD-2
18.4%
-24.4
17.4%
+1.0
Mac ThornberryThornberry
R
TX-13
96.6%
+63.0
95.7%
+0.9
Jodey ArringtonArrington
R
TX-19
96.6%
+49.0
95.7%
+0.9
Darin LaHoodLaHood
R
IL-18
94.9%
+27.3
94.0%
+0.9
Al GreenA. Green
D
TX-9
11.1%
-61.3
10.2%
+0.9
Julia BrownleyBrownley
D
CA-26
19.0%
-21.9
18.1%
+0.9
William TimmonsTimmons
R
SC-4
94.5%
+25.7
93.7%
+0.8
Tim BurchettBurchett
R
TN-2
96.4%
+35.4
95.5%
+0.8
Guy ReschenthalerReschenthaler
R
PA-14
95.1%
+29.0
94.3%
+0.8
Robert A. Brady*Brady*
D
PA-1
17.2%
-61.3
16.5%
+0.7
Elijah Cummings*Cummings*
D
MD-7
11.7%
-55.6
11.0%
+0.7
Marcia L. FudgeFudge
D
OH-11
10.9%
-63.5
10.2%
+0.7
Mike JohnsonJohnson
R
LA-4
94.2%
+24.0
93.5%
+0.7
Hank JohnsonJohnson
D
GA-4
11.8%
-53.1
11.1%
+0.7
Mike DoyleDoyle
D
PA-18
14.7%
-27.5
14.1%
+0.6
Steve CohenCohen
D
TN-9
11.2%
-57.7
10.7%
+0.6
Ryan K. Zinke*Zinke*
R
MT-AL
100.0%
+20.4
99.4%
+0.6
Dan NewhouseNewhouse
R
WA-4
93.1%
+22.8
92.5%
+0.5
Brenda Jones*Jones*
D
MI-13
66.7%
-60.7
66.1%
+0.5
Russ FulcherFulcher
R
ID-1
96.4%
+38.3
95.9%
+0.5
Eddie Bernice JohnsonE. Johnson
D
TX-30
11.2%
-60.8
10.7%
+0.4
Colleen Hanabusa*Hanabusa*
D
HI-1
21.4%
-32.6
21.0%
+0.4
Frederica WilsonWilson
D
FL-24
10.2%
-67.5
9.8%
+0.4
Lucille Roybal-AllardRoybal-Allard
D
CA-40
10.2%
-69.4
9.8%
+0.4
Tony CárdenasCárdenas
D
CA-29
10.9%
-60.9
10.5%
+0.4
Trent KellyKelly
R
MS-1
95.5%
+33.0
95.1%
+0.4
Liz CheneyCheney
R
WY-AL
96.0%
+46.3
95.6%
+0.4
Phil RoeRoe
R
TN-1
96.1%
+57.0
95.7%
+0.3
Jeb Hensarling*Hensarling*
R
TX-5
94.8%
+28.4
94.5%
+0.3
Adriano EspaillatEspaillat
D
NY-13
8.9%
-86.9
8.6%
+0.3
Brian BabinBabin
R
TX-36
96.0%
+46.8
95.7%
+0.3
Ted LieuLieu
D
CA-33
12.3%
-41.3
12.0%
+0.2
Martha RobyRoby
R
AL-2
95.3%
+31.9
95.1%
+0.2
Daniel LipinskiLipinski
D
IL-3
23.6%
-15.3
23.4%
+0.2
Michael CloudCloud
R
TX-27
92.6%
+23.6
92.5%
+0.2
Ralph AbrahamAbraham
R
LA-5
94.6%
+29.4
94.5%
+0.1
Xavier Becerra*Becerra*
D
CA-34
0.0%
-72.9
0.0%
0.0
Brad ShermanSherman
D
CA-30
12.4%
-43.4
12.4%
0.0
Cedric RichmondRichmond
D
LA-2
10.2%
-52.4
10.2%
0.0
G.K. ButterfieldButterfield
D
NC-1
13.6%
-37.0
13.6%
0.0
Bruce WestermanWesterman
R
AR-4
95.0%
+32.9
95.0%
0.0
John Conyers Jr.*Conyers*
D
MI-13
13.2%
-60.7
13.3%
-0.1
Sheila Jackson LeeJackson Lee
D
TX-18
10.7%
-56.5
10.8%
-0.1
Thomas TiffanyTiffany
R
WI-7
90.0%
+20.5
90.2%
-0.2
James ComerComer
R
KY-1
95.6%
+48.5
95.7%
-0.2
Steve KingKing
R
IA-4
93.5%
+27.4
93.7%
-0.3
David KustoffKustoff
R
TN-8
94.9%
+35.6
95.3%
-0.3
Ruben GallegoGallego
D
AZ-7
11.4%
-49.2
11.7%
-0.3
Jim HimesHimes
D
CT-4
17.7%
-23.0
18.1%
-0.4
Greg WaldenWalden
R
OR-2
90.5%
+20.1
90.9%
-0.4
Kelly ArmstrongArmstrong
R
ND-AL
95.1%
+35.7
95.5%
-0.4
Donald Payne Jr.Payne
D
NJ-10
8.0%
-72.4
8.5%
-0.5
Earl BlumenauerBlumenauer
D
OR-3
11.5%
-48.2
12.0%
-0.5
Susan DavisDavis
D
CA-53
13.5%
-34.9
14.0%
-0.5
Sam GravesGraves
R
MO-6
94.7%
+31.4
95.3%
-0.5
David PricePrice
D
NC-4
12.3%
-40.0
12.9%
-0.6
Fred KellerKeller
R
PA-12
94.4%
+36.4
95.1%
-0.6
Karen BassBass
D
CA-37
8.4%
-76.1
9.0%
-0.7
Blake Farenthold*Farenthold*
R
TX-27
92.9%
+23.6
93.5%
-0.7
Pramila JayapalJayapal
D
WA-7
9.0%
-69.9
9.7%
-0.7
Vicente GonzalezGonzalez
D
TX-15
22.0%
-16.7
22.7%
-0.7
Veronica EscobarEscobar
D
TX-16
3.6%
-40.7
4.4%
-0.8
Jim BanksBanks
R
IN-3
94.4%
+35.0
95.2%
-0.8
Mark E. GreenGreen
R
TN-7
95.1%
+39.3
95.9%
-0.8
Greg StantonStanton
D
AZ-9
6.0%
-16.3
6.8%
-0.9
Jared HuffmanHuffman
D
CA-2
10.3%
-45.7
11.2%
-0.9
Juan VargasVargas
D
CA-51
10.7%
-49.0
11.6%
-0.9
Doris O. MatsuiMatsui
D
CA-6
11.2%
-44.8
12.1%
-0.9
Trent Franks*Franks*
R
AZ-8
92.9%
+21.1
93.8%
-1.0
Joyce BeattyBeatty
D
OH-3
12.2%
-38.4
13.2%
-1.0
Grace MengMeng
D
NY-6
13.1%
-33.0
14.0%
-1.0
Brendan BoyleBoyle
D
PA-2
12.9%
-48.0
14.0%
-1.1
Luke Messer*Messer*
R
IN-6
94.6%
+40.3
95.6%
-1.1
William Lacy Clay Jr.Clay
D
MO-1
9.7%
-58.2
10.8%
-1.1
James E. ClyburnClyburn
D
SC-6
12.9%
-36.5
14.1%
-1.2
Jody HiceHice
R
GA-10
92.6%
+25.5
93.9%
-1.2
Adrian SmithSmith
R
NE-3
94.4%
+54.9
95.7%
-1.3
Donna ShalalaShalala
D
FL-27
4.8%
-19.6
6.1%
-1.4
Alcee L. HastingsHastings
D
FL-20
8.9%
-62.1
10.2%
-1.4
Jason SmithSmith
R
MO-8
94.4%
+54.4
95.7%
-1.4
Barry LoudermilkLoudermilk
R
GA-11
92.0%
+25.0
93.4%
-1.4
Jim Bridenstine*Bridenstine*
R
OK-1
94.2%
+28.7
95.7%
-1.5
Markwayne MullinMullin
R
OK-2
94.6%
+50.1
96.1%
-1.5
Barbara LeeLee
D
CA-13
7.3%
-80.6
8.8%
-1.5
Bill PoseyPosey
R
FL-8
89.8%
+20.7
91.4%
-1.5
Robin KellyKelly
D
IL-2
8.9%
-58.9
10.5%
-1.6
Sanford D. Bishop Jr.Bishop
D
GA-2
26.3%
-11.7
27.9%
-1.6
Andy HarrisHarris
R
MD-1
92.7%
+28.6
94.3%
-1.6
Bobby L. RushRush
D
IL-1
9.9%
-54.0
11.5%
-1.6
Billy LongLong
R
MO-7
94.2%
+45.7
95.8%
-1.6
John Lewis*Lewis*
D
GA-5
8.1%
-73.1
9.8%
-1.6
Eliot EngelEngel
D
NY-16
9.6%
-52.6
11.2%
-1.6
Tom EmmerEmmer
R
MN-6
91.7%
+25.7
93.4%
-1.7
David McKinleyMcKinley
R
WV-1
93.9%
+41.6
95.6%
-1.7
Katherine ClarkClark
D
MA-5
11.0%
-43.6
12.7%
-1.7
Diana DeGetteDeGette
D
CO-1
8.6%
-45.8
10.3%
-1.7
John B. LarsonLarson
D
CT-1
16.1%
-23.1
17.8%
-1.7
Scott DesJarlaisDesJarlais
R
TN-4
93.8%
+41.2
95.5%
-1.7
Linda SánchezSánchez
D
CA-38
11.0%
-39.6
12.8%
-1.8
Mary Gay ScanlonScanlon
D
PA-5
5.7%
-28.2
7.5%
-1.8
Yvette D. ClarkeClarke
D
NY-9
7.8%
-69.1
9.7%
-1.9
Nydia M. VelázquezVelázquez
D
NY-7
7.4%
-76.5
9.3%
-1.9
Robert C. ScottScott
D
VA-3
12.8%
-31.7
14.7%
-1.9
Maxine WatersWaters
D
CA-43
8.4%
-61.7
10.3%
-1.9
Adam SmithSmith
D
WA-9
9.8%
-47.2
11.8%
-1.9
Alma AdamsAdams
D
NC-12
10.9%
-40.0
12.8%
-1.9
Joseph D. MorelleMorelle
D
NY-25
7.1%
-16.4
9.0%
-2.0
Debra A. HaalandHaaland
D
NM-1
4.8%
-16.5
6.8%
-2.0
Val DemingsDemings
D
FL-10
14.4%
-26.9
16.5%
-2.1
Debbie Mucarsel-PowellMucarsel-Powell
D
FL-26
4.8%
-16.3
6.8%
-2.1
Lori TrahanTrahan
D
MA-3
3.6%
-22.8
5.6%
-2.1
Gary PalmerPalmer
R
AL-6
94.4%
+44.7
96.5%
-2.2
Kweisi MfumeMfume
D
MD-7
0.0%
-55.6
2.2%
-2.2
Joe NeguseNeguse
D
CO-2
3.6%
-21.3
5.8%
-2.3
TJ CoxCox
D
CA-21
4.8%
-15.5
7.1%
-2.3
Bill Pascrell Jr.Pascrell
D
NJ-9
12.5%
-31.2
14.8%
-2.3
Diane Black*Black*
R
TN-6
93.6%
+48.9
95.9%
-2.3
Jeff DuncanDuncan
R
SC-3
93.1%
+38.0
95.5%
-2.3
Steny H. HoyerHoyer
D
MD-5
12.3%
-32.0
14.6%
-2.3
Filemon VelaVela
D
TX-34
15.4%
-21.5
17.8%
-2.4
Kristi L. Noem*Noem*
R
SD-AL
92.2%
+29.8
94.6%
-2.4
David TroneTrone
D
MD-6
4.8%
-15.1
7.1%
-2.4
Pete AguilarAguilar
D
CA-31
17.0%
-21.1
19.6%
-2.5
Madeleine DeanDean
D
PA-4
3.6%
-19.3
6.2%
-2.6
Lloyd DoggettDoggett
D
TX-35
11.7%
-33.6
14.4%
-2.6
Raja KrishnamoorthiKrishnamoorthi
D
IL-8
16.2%
-21.7
18.9%
-2.7
John P. SarbanesSarbanes
D
MD-3
12.3%
-30.5
15.1%
-2.8
Gwen MooreMoore
D
WI-4
8.0%
-52.2
10.9%
-2.8
F. James SensenbrennerSensenbrenner
R
WI-5
88.1%
+20.1
91.0%
-2.9
Joaquin CastroCastro
D
TX-20
13.0%
-26.7
16.0%
-3.0
Daniel WebsterWebster
R
FL-11
92.3%
+32.3
95.4%
-3.1
Stephanie MurphyMurphy
D
FL-7
30.7%
-7.3
33.8%
-3.1
Judy ChuChu
D
CA-27
10.1%
-37.6
13.4%
-3.3
Bill FosterFoster
D
IL-11
14.6%
-23.5
17.9%
-3.3
David CicillineCicilline
D
RI-1
13.5%
-25.6
17.0%
-3.5
Luis V. Gutiérrez*Gutiérrez*
D
IL-4
11.5%
-68.9
15.0%
-3.5
Garret GravesGraves
R
LA-6
91.6%
+33.8
95.1%
-3.5
John Ratcliffe*Ratcliffe*
R
TX-4
92.5%
+53.6
96.2%
-3.7
Debbie DingellDingell
D
MI-12
12.9%
-26.3
16.7%
-3.8
Grace NapolitanoNapolitano
D
CA-32
9.8%
-38.9
13.6%
-3.9
Mark Meadows*Meadows*
R
NC-11
91.3%
+29.2
95.1%
-3.9
Mark PocanPocan
D
WI-2
9.4%
-36.8
13.4%
-4.0
Francis RooneyF. Rooney
R
FL-19
89.0%
+22.1
93.1%
-4.1
John K. Delaney*Delaney*
D
MD-6
34.4%
-15.1
38.5%
-4.1
Dusty JohnsonJohnson
R
SD-AL
90.5%
+29.8
94.6%
-4.1
Mark DeSaulnierDeSaulnier
D
CA-11
6.8%
-48.8
10.9%
-4.1
Marcy KapturKaptur
D
OH-9
14.1%
-22.2
18.3%
-4.2
Alan LowenthalLowenthal
D
CA-47
10.2%
-31.6
14.4%
-4.2
Jan SchakowskySchakowsky
D
IL-9
7.8%
-45.2
12.0%
-4.2
Mark TakanoTakano
D
CA-41
11.9%
-27.9
16.1%
-4.3
Keith J. Rothfus*Rothfus*
R
PA-12
88.5%
+20.8
92.8%
-4.3
Peter WelchWelch
D
VT-AL
12.4%
-26.4
16.6%
-4.3
Debbie Wasserman SchultzWasserman Schultz
D
FL-23
11.9%
-26.1
16.2%
-4.3
Betty McCollumMcCollum
D
MN-4
10.7%
-30.9
15.0%
-4.3
Bennie G. ThompsonThompson
D
MS-2
11.7%
-28.5
16.0%
-4.3
Jamie RaskinRaskin
D
MD-8
9.5%
-34.4
14.0%
-4.5
Todd Rokita*Rokita*
R
IN-4
90.3%
+34.1
94.8%
-4.5
Ken BuckBuck
R
CO-4
88.0%
+23.1
92.5%
-4.5
Jennifer WextonWexton
D
VA-10
4.8%
-10.0
9.4%
-4.6
Mo BrooksBrooks
R
AL-5
90.3%
+33.4
95.0%
-4.7
Warren DavidsonDavidson
R
OH-8
90.3%
+34.5
95.1%
-4.7
Morgan GriffithGriffith
R
VA-9
90.9%
+41.5
95.8%
-5.0
Dean PhillipsPhillips
D
MN-3
4.8%
-9.4
9.8%
-5.0
Chrissy HoulahanHoulahan
D
PA-6
4.8%
-9.3
9.8%
-5.1
Dina TitusTitus
D
NV-1
9.7%
-29.0
14.9%
-5.2
Elise StefanikStefanik
R
NY-21
78.3%
+13.9
83.6%
-5.2
Rick LarsenLarsen
D
WA-2
13.5%
-22.1
18.8%
-5.3
Donald NorcrossNorcross
D
NJ-1
11.9%
-24.5
17.3%
-5.4
Jason CrowCrow
D
CO-6
4.8%
-8.9
10.1%
-5.4
Suzanne BonamiciBonamici
D
OR-1
12.8%
-22.8
18.3%
-5.4
Gil CisnerosCisneros
D
CA-39
4.8%
-8.6
10.4%
-5.6
Ami BeraBera
D
CA-7
22.8%
-11.4
28.4%
-5.6
Jim JordanJordan
R
OH-4
89.3%
+33.6
95.1%
-5.7
Keith Ellison*Ellison*
D
MN-5
9.9%
-55.2
15.7%
-5.8
A. Donald McEachinMcEachin
D
VA-4
14.4%
-21.6
20.5%
-6.2
Andy LevinLevin
D
MI-9
4.8%
-7.8
11.0%
-6.3
Katie Hill*Hill*
D
CA-25
3.9%
-6.7
10.2%
-6.3
Trey HollingsworthHollingsworth
R
IN-9
87.6%
+26.9
93.9%
-6.3
André CarsonCarson
D
IN-7
11.6%
-22.8
18.0%
-6.4
Thomas A. Garrett Jr.*Garrett*
R
VA-5
80.0%
+11.1
86.5%
-6.5
Richard E. NealNeal
D
MA-1
13.1%
-20.7
19.6%
-6.6
Joseph P. Kennedy IIIKennedy
D
MA-4
10.5%
-24.2
17.3%
-6.7
Brian HigginsHiggins
D
NY-26
13.5%
-19.6
20.3%
-6.8
Sean CastenCasten
D
IL-6
4.8%
-7.0
11.8%
-7.0
Kathy CastorCastor
D
FL-14
14.0%
-18.2
21.4%
-7.3
Alex MooneyMooney
R
WV-2
87.8%
+36.4
95.3%
-7.6
Seth MoultonMoulton
D
MA-6
14.4%
-17.9
22.1%
-7.7
Nita LoweyLowey
D
NY-17
11.9%
-20.2
19.6%
-7.7
Mike LevinLevin
D
CA-49
3.6%
-7.5
11.3%
-7.7
Lois FrankelFrankel
D
FL-21
13.4%
-19.5
21.4%
-8.0
Bonnie Watson ColemanWatson Coleman
D
NJ-12
6.1%
-33.2
14.3%
-8.2
Andy BiggsBiggs
R
AZ-5
83.2%
+21.1
91.5%
-8.3
Raul GrijalvaGrijalva
D
AZ-3
6.8%
-29.9
15.0%
-8.3
Justin AmashAmash
I
MI-3
66.3%
+9.4
74.6%
-8.3
Niki Tsongas*Tsongas*
D
MA-3
19.3%
-22.8
27.7%
-8.3
Suzan DelBeneDelBene
D
WA-1
14.6%
-16.3
23.0%
-8.4
Paul A. GosarGosar
R
AZ-4
86.7%
+40.2
95.4%
-8.7
Louie GohmertGohmert
R
TX-1
86.6%
+46.9
95.5%
-8.9
Jerry McNerneyMcNerney
D
CA-9
12.1%
-18.6
21.0%
-9.0
Katie PorterPorter
D
CA-45
4.8%
-5.4
13.8%
-9.0
John GaramendiGaramendi
D
CA-3
17.5%
-12.6
26.9%
-9.4
Ted DeutchDeutch
D
FL-22
13.1%
-15.8
22.5%
-9.5
Steven A. HorsfordHorsford
D
NV-4
4.8%
-4.9
14.4%
-9.6
Derek KilmerKilmer
D
WA-6
17.4%
-12.3
27.1%
-9.7
Raul RuizRuiz
D
CA-36
21.8%
-8.8
31.5%
-9.8
Ed PerlmutterPerlmutter
D
CO-7
17.4%
-12.0
27.3%
-9.9
Rosa L. DeLauroDeLauro
D
CT-3
13.3%
-15.5
23.6%
-10.3
Matt GaetzGaetz
R
FL-1
85.5%
+39.3
95.9%
-10.4
James McGovernMcGovern
D
MA-2
9.6%
-19.4
20.4%
-10.8
Jahana HayesHayes
D
CT-5
4.8%
-4.1
15.6%
-10.8
Ann KirkpatrickKirkpatrick
D
AZ-2
2.7%
-4.9
13.6%
-10.9
William KeatingKeating
D
MA-9
17.2%
-10.7
28.2%
-11.0
John A. YarmuthYarmuth
D
KY-3
13.0%
-15.0
24.0%
-11.0
Lisa Blunt RochesterBlunt Rochester
D
DE-AL
16.6%
-11.4
27.7%
-11.2
Michelle Lujan Grisham*Lujan Grisham*
D
NM-1
25.0%
-16.5
36.5%
-11.5
Darren SotoSoto
D
FL-9
14.5%
-12.9
26.8%
-12.2
Raúl R. Labrador*Labrador*
R
ID-1
83.1%
+38.3
95.4%
-12.2
Ben R. LujanLuján
D
NM-3
11.7%
-15.1
24.0%
-12.3
Paul D. TonkoTonko
D
NY-20
13.6%
-13.5
25.9%
-12.3
Kathleen RiceRice
D
NY-4
17.7%
-9.6
30.2%
-12.5
Denny HeckHeck
D
WA-10
15.7%
-11.4
28.2%
-12.5
Jared Polis*Polis*
D
CO-2
17.0%
-21.3
29.5%
-12.5
Lizzie Pannill FletcherFletcher
D
TX-7
8.3%
-1.4
21.1%
-12.7
Kim SchrierSchrier
D
WA-8
4.8%
-3.0
17.7%
-12.8
Peter ViscloskyVisclosky
D
IN-1
14.0%
-12.6
27.1%
-13.1
Chellie PingreePingree
D
ME-1
10.2%
-14.8
23.7%
-13.5
Emanuel CleaverCleaver
D
MO-5
12.4%
-13.5
25.9%
-13.5
Colin AllredAllred
D
TX-32
6.0%
-1.9
19.8%
-13.8
Josh HarderHarder
D
CA-10
3.6%
-3.0
17.6%
-14.0
Louise McIntosh Slaughter*Slaughter*
D
NY-25
16.7%
-16.4
31.5%
-14.9
John J. Duncan Jr.*Duncan*
R
TN-2
80.0%
+35.4
94.9%
-14.9
Thomas SuozziSuozzi
D
NY-3
20.3%
-6.1
35.5%
-15.1
Sharice DavidsDavids
D
KS-3
6.0%
-1.2
21.5%
-15.6
Harley RoudaRouda
D
CA-48
4.8%
-1.7
20.4%
-15.6
Susan WildWild
D
PA-7
8.0%
-1.1
24.0%
-16.0
Frank Pallone Jr.Pallone
D
NJ-6
7.3%
-15.6
23.5%
-16.3
Charlie CristCrist
D
FL-13
24.3%
-3.2
41.1%
-16.8
Tom MalinowskiMalinowski
D
NJ-7
4.8%
-1.1
21.8%
-17.0
Jim LangevinLangevin
D
RI-2
16.9%
-7.1
33.9%
-17.1
Mark Sanford*Sanford*
R
SC-1
70.8%
+13.1
88.5%
-17.6
Chris SmithSmith
R
NJ-4
66.9%
+14.8
84.9%
-18.1
Kurt SchraderSchrader
D
OR-5
21.2%
-4.2
39.4%
-18.2
Jeff Van DrewVan Drew
R
NJ-2
22.9%
+4.6
41.4%
-18.5
Josh GottheimerGottheimer
D
NJ-5
32.4%
+1.1
51.5%
-19.1
Tom O'HalleranO’Halleran
D
AZ-1
31.3%
+1.1
51.5%
-20.2
Ann KusterKuster
D
NH-2
22.6%
-2.4
42.9%
-20.3
Tim RyanRyan
D
OH-13
15.8%
-6.5
37.3%
-21.6
Susie LeeLee
D
NV-3
6.0%
+1.0
27.9%
-21.9
Mikie SherrillSherrill
D
NJ-11
4.8%
+0.9
27.6%
-22.7
Lucy McBathMcBath
D
GA-6
6.0%
+1.5
29.5%
-23.5
Thomas MassieMassie
R
KY-4
72.0%
+35.9
95.7%
-23.7
Angie CraigCraig
D
MN-2
4.8%
+1.2
28.5%
-23.7
Chris PappasPappas
D
NH-1
6.0%
+1.6
29.8%
-23.9
Conor LambLamb
D
PA-17
22.0%
+2.6
46.9%
-24.9
Joe CourtneyCourtney
D
CT-2
16.3%
-2.9
41.6%
-25.4
Daniel KildeeKildee
D
MI-5
13.0%
-4.2
39.1%
-26.1
Elaine LuriaLuria
D
VA-2
9.6%
+3.4
36.3%
-26.7
Cheri BustosBustos
D
IL-17
21.8%
+0.7
50.0%
-28.3
Cindy AxneAxne
D
IA-3
7.1%
+3.5
36.8%
-29.7
Abby FinkenauerFinkenauer
D
IA-1
7.1%
+3.5
36.8%
-29.7
Ben McAdamsMcAdams
D
UT-4
20.2%
+6.7
50.2%
-30.0
Sean Patrick MaloneyS. Maloney
D
NY-18
20.9%
+1.9
52.8%
-31.9
Peter DeFazioDeFazio
D
OR-4
14.0%
-0.1
47.5%
-33.5
Lauren UnderwoodUnderwood
D
IL-14
4.8%
+3.9
38.4%
-33.6
Elizabeth H. Esty*Esty*
D
CT-5
26.3%
-4.1
60.4%
-34.1
Sander M. Levin*Levin*
D
MI-9
17.9%
-7.8
52.5%
-34.6
Haley StevensStevens
D
MI-11
4.8%
+4.4
40.4%
-35.7
Ruben J. Kihuen*Kihuen*
D
NV-4
22.3%
-4.9
58.8%
-36.5
David LoebsackLoebsack
D
IA-2
21.2%
+4.1
59.2%
-38.0
Ron KindKind
D
WI-3
19.3%
+4.5
60.9%
-41.6
Abigail SpanbergerSpanberger
D
VA-7
7.1%
+6.5
49.3%
-42.2
Andy KimKim
D
NJ-3
4.8%
+6.2
48.0%
-43.3
Walter B. Jones*Jones*
R
NC-3
49.3%
+23.6
94.0%
-44.7
Elissa SlotkinSlotkin
D
MI-8
4.8%
+6.7
50.2%
-45.4
Antonio DelgadoDelgado
D
NY-19
4.8%
+6.8
50.6%
-45.9
Collin C. PetersonPeterson
D
MN-7
47.1%
+30.8
95.1%
-47.9
Carol Shea-Porter*Shea-Porter*
D
NH-1
23.3%
+1.6
71.7%
-48.4
Jared GoldenGolden
D
ME-2
11.9%
+10.3
65.2%
-53.3
Max N. RoseRose
D
NY-11
7.2%
+9.8
63.2%
-56.0
Matt CartwrightCartwright
D
PA-8
19.0%
+9.6
75.1%
-56.2
Xochitl Torres SmallTorres Small
D
NM-2
8.3%
+10.2
64.8%
-56.5
Kendra HornHorn
D
OK-5
15.5%
+13.4
75.8%
-60.3
Richard M. Nolan*Nolan*
D
MN-8
27.8%
+15.6
90.4%
-62.6
Joe CunninghamCunningham
D
SC-1
8.4%
+13.1
74.9%
-66.4
Timothy J. Walz*Walz*
D
MN-1
20.5%
+14.9
89.2%
-68.7
Anthony BrindisiBrindisi
D
NY-22
10.7%
+15.5
81.3%
-70.5

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116th Congress (2019-20)

Bill/nomination
Measures on which the Trump administration has taken a public position
Trump position
House
Senate
Trump positionHouseSenate
Providing money for clean-energy research and changing rules for energy efficiencyoppose220-185
Passed Sept. 24
Allowing lawsuits against discrimination in education programs regardless of officials’ intentoppose232-188
Passed Sept. 16
Providing additional money to the U.S. Postal Service and prohibiting the agency from making certain changesoppose257-150
Passed Aug. 22
The National Defense Authorization Actoppose295-125
Passed July 21
Nomination of Russell Vought to be director of the office of management and budgetsupport 51-45
Confirmed July 20
$1.5 trillion infrastructure billoppose233-188
Passed July 1
Repeal of a rule changing Community Reinvestment Act standardsoppose230-179
Passed June 29
Extending housing assistance in response to the coronavirus pandemicoppose232-180
Passed June 29
Changing regulations on consumer credit reportingoppose234-179
Passed June 29
Expanding the Affordable Care Actoppose234-179
Passed June 29
Making the District of Columbia a stateoppose232-180
Passed June 26
Combating brutality and racial discrimination by policeoppose236-181
Passed June 25
Nomination of John L. Ratcliffe to be director of national intelligencesupport 49-44
Confirmed May 21
$3 trillion package in response to the coronavirus pandemicoppose208-199
Passed May 15
$2 trillion economic stimulus package in response to the coronavirus pandemicsupport 96-0
Passed March 25 (3/5 required)
Providing assistance to people affected by the coronavirussupport363-40 90-8
Passed March 14 (2/3 required)
Passed March 18 (3/5 required)
Restricting President Trump from taking military action against Iran without congressional approvaloppose227-186 55-45
Passed March 11
Passed Feb. 13
Reversing a Department of Education regulation on student loansoppose231-180 53-42
Passed Jan. 16
Passed March 11
Giving additional rights to Transportation Security Administration employeesoppose230-171
Passed March 5
Banning flavored tobacco productsoppose213-195
Passed Feb. 28
Providing disaster aid for Puerto Ricooppose237-161
Passed Feb. 7
Making changes to labor lawsoppose224-194
Passed Feb. 6
Whether to convict President Trump on a charge of obstruction of Congressoppose 47-53
Failed Feb. 5 (2/3 required)
Whether to convict President Trump on a charge of abuse of poweroppose 48-52
Failed Feb. 5 (2/3 required)
Changing regulations on credit reportingoppose221-189
Passed Jan. 29
United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreementsupport385-41 89-10
Passed Dec. 19, 2019
Passed Jan. 16
Changing the standards for demonstrating age discriminationoppose261-155
Passed Jan. 15
Requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to issue regulations regarding certain chemicalsoppose247-159
Passed Jan. 10
Restricting President Trump from taking military action against Iran without congressional approvaloppose224-194
Passed Jan. 9
Nomination of Jovita Carranza to be administrator of the Small Business Administrationsupport 88-5
Confirmed Jan. 7
Repealing a cap on state and local tax deductionsoppose218-206
Passed Dec. 19, 2019
Impeaching President Trump on a charge of obstruction of Congressoppose229-198
Passed Dec. 18, 2019
Impeaching President Trump on a charge of abuse of poweroppose230-197
Passed Dec. 18, 2019
Allowing the federal government to negotiate lower prescription drug pricesoppose230-192
Passed Dec. 12, 2019
Restoring parts of the Voting Rights Actoppose228-187
Passed Dec. 6, 2019
Nomination of Dan R. Brouillette to be secretary of energysupport 70-15
Confirmed Dec. 2, 2019
Requiring health care and social service employers to have plans for preventing workplace violence oppose251-158
Passed Nov. 21, 2019
Reauthorizing the Export-Import Bankoppose235-184
Passed Nov. 15, 2019
Funding the Department of Commerce, the Department of Justice and several other parts of the governmentoppose227-194 84-9
Passed June 25, 2019
Passed Oct. 31, 2019 (3/5 required)
Preserving nearly 400,000 acres of land in Coloradooppose227-182
Passed Oct. 31, 2019
Establishing the procedures for an impeachment inquiryoppose232-196
Passed Oct. 31, 2019
Permanently banning new uranium mines near the Grand Canyonoppose236-185
Passed Oct. 30, 2019
Reversing Trump administration guidance on Affordable Care Act waiversoppose 43-52
Failed Oct. 30, 2019
Requiring campaigns to report offers of assistance from foreign governmentsoppose227-181
Passed Oct. 23, 2019
Repeal of an Internal Revenue Service regulation on state and local tax deductionsoppose 43-52
Failed Oct. 23, 2019
Requiring the Securities and Exchange Commission to study investor disclosuresoppose229-186
Passed Oct. 17, 2019
Repeal of an Environmental Protection Agency rule on emissionsoppose 41-53
Failed Oct. 17, 2019
Opposing President Trump’s withdrawal of troops from Syriaoppose354-60
Passed Oct. 16, 2019 (2/3 required)
Overturning President Trump’s emergency declaration for border wall fundingoppose236-174 54-41
Passed Sept. 27, 2019
Passed Sept. 25, 2019
Nomination of Eugene Scalia to be secretary of laborsupport 53-44
Confirmed Sept. 26, 2019
Banning companies from requiring private arbitration to resolve disputesoppose225-186
Passed Sept. 20, 2019
Banning drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coastsoppose238-189
Passed Sept. 11, 2019
Banning drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexicooppose248-180
Passed Sept. 11, 2019
Two-year budget billsupport284-149 67-28
Passed July 25, 2019
Passed Aug. 1, 2019
Overriding President Trump’s veto of a bill blocking the sale of arms to Saudi Arabiaoppose 46-41
Failed July 29, 2019 (2/3 required)
Overriding President Trump’s veto of a bill blocking the sale of arms to the United Arab Emiratesoppose 45-39
Failed July 29, 2019 (2/3 required)
Overriding President Trump’s veto of a bill blocking the sale of arms to Saudi Arabiaoppose 45-40
Failed July 29, 2019 (2/3 required)
Establishing humanitarian standards for people in the custody of Customs and Border Protectionoppose233-195
Passed July 24, 2019
Nomination of Mark T. Esper to be secretary of defensesupport 90-8
Confirmed July 23, 2019
Raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per houroppose231-199
Passed July 18, 2019
Holding the attorney general and secretary of commerce in contempt of Congressoppose230-198
Passed July 17, 2019
Blocking the sale of arms to Saudi Arabiaoppose237-190 53-45
Passed July 17, 2019
Passed June 20, 2019
Blocking the sale of arms to the United Arab Emiratesoppose238-190
Passed July 17, 2019
Blocking the sale of arms to Saudi Arabiaoppose238-190 53-45
Passed July 17, 2019
Passed June 20, 2019
Motion to table articles of impeachment against President Trumpsupport332-95
Passed July 17, 2019
Condeming President Trump’s comments about four congresswomen as racistoppose240-187
Passed July 16, 2019
National Defense Authorization Actoppose220-197
Passed July 12, 2019
Funding the Treasury Department, the IRS, the Executive Office of the President and other agenciesoppose224-196
Passed June 26, 2019
Providing humanitarian aid for the U.S.-Mexico borderoppose230-195 37-55
Passed June 25, 2019
Failed June 26, 2019 (3/5 required)
Blocking the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emiratesoppose 51-45
Passed June 20, 2019
Funding much of the federal government, including the departments of Defense, Labor, Education, State, and Health and Human Servicesoppose226-203
Passed June 19, 2019
Creating a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as childrenoppose237-187
Passed June 4, 2019
Providing disaster relief money, including additional aid for Puerto Ricooppose257-150 85-8
Passed May 10, 2019
Passed May 23, 2019
Reversing changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureauoppose231-191
Passed May 22, 2019
Lowering prescription drug costs and reversing changes to the Affordable Care Actoppose234-183
Passed May 16, 2019
Reaffirming the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reservation in Massachusettsoppose275-146
Passed May 15, 2019
Blocking the Trump administration from granting Affordable Care Act waivers to statesoppose230-183
Passed May 9, 2019
Overriding President Trump’s veto of a bill ending U.S. military assistance to Saudi-led forces in the war in Yemen oppose 53-45
Failed May 2, 2019 (2/3 required)
Blocking President Trump from withdrawing from the Paris agreement on climate changeoppose231-190
Passed May 2, 2019
Nomination of David Bernhardt to be secretary of the interiorsupport 56-41
Confirmed April 11, 2019
Restoring net neutrality regulationsoppose232-190
Passed April 10, 2019
Ending U.S. military assistance to Saudi-led forces in the war in Yemenoppose247-175 54-46
Passed April 4, 2019
Passed March 13, 2019
Condemning the Trump administration for calling on courts to invalidate the Affordable Care Actoppose240-186
Passed April 3, 2019
Opposing a ban on openly transgender people serving in the militaryoppose238-185
Passed March 28, 2019
Overriding President Trump’s veto of a bill that overturned his emergency declaration for border wall fundingoppose248-181
Failed March 26, 2019 (2/3 required)
Overturning President Trump’s emergency declaration for border wall fundingoppose245-182 59-41
Passed Feb. 26, 2019
Passed March 14, 2019
Updating ethics rules, expanding voting rights and requiring presidential candidates to disclose tax returnsoppose234-193
Passed March 8, 2019
Nomination of Andrew Wheeler to be administrator of the Environmental Protection Agencysupport 52-47
Confirmed Feb. 28, 2019
Giving law enforcement agencies more time to conduct background checks for gun salesoppose228-198
Passed Feb. 28, 2019
Requiring background checks for all firearm salesoppose240-190
Passed Feb. 27, 2019
Setting requirements for the care of infants born after failed abortionssupport 53-44
Failed Feb. 25, 2019 (3/5 required)
Nomination of William Barr to be attorney generalsupport 54-45
Confirmed Feb. 14, 2019
Ending U.S. military assistance to Saudi-led forces in the war in Yemenoppose248-177
Passed Feb. 13, 2019
Disapproving of withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan and Syriaoppose 70-26
Passed Feb. 4, 2019
Funding the federal government through Feb. 8, without money for a border walloppose 52-44
Failed Jan. 24, 2019 (3/5 required)
Funding the federal government through Sept. 30 and providing $5.7 billion for a border wallsupport 50-47
Failed Jan. 24, 2019 (3/5 required)
Funding the Department of Homeland Security through Feb. 28, without money for a border walloppose231-180
Passed Jan. 24, 2019
Funding most of the federal government through Sept. 30, without money for a border walloppose234-180
Passed Jan. 23, 2019
Funding the federal government through Feb. 28, without money for a border walloppose229-184
Passed Jan. 23, 2019
Permanent ban on the use of federal funds for abortion or health coverage that includes abortionssupport 48-47
Failed Jan. 17, 2019 (3/5 required)
Disapproving of the Trump administration’s plan to lift sanctions on three Russian companiesoppose362-53
Passed Jan. 17, 2019 (2/3 required)
Providing disaster relief money and funding the government through Feb. 8, without money for a border walloppose237-187
Passed Jan. 16, 2019
Disapproving of the Trump administration’s plan to lift sanctions on three Russian companiesoppose 57-42
Failed Jan. 16, 2019 (3/5 required)
Funding the federal government through Feb. 1, without money for a border walloppose237-187
Failed Jan. 15, 2019 (2/3 required)
Funding the Department of the Interior, the Environmental Protection Agency and related agenciesoppose240-179
Passed Jan. 11, 2019
Funding the Department of Agriculture, the Food and Drug Administration and related agenciesoppose243-183
Passed Jan. 10, 2019
Funding the Department of Transportation, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and related agenciesoppose244-180
Passed Jan. 10, 2019
Funding the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service and several other government agenciesoppose240-188
Passed Jan. 9, 2019
Funding most of the federal agencies affected by the government shutdownoppose241-190
Passed Jan. 3, 2019
Providing short-term funding for the Department of Homeland Security, without money for a border walloppose239-192
Passed Jan. 3, 2019

115th Congress (2017-18)

Bill/nomination
Measures on which the Trump administration has taken a public position
Trump position
House
Senate
Trump positionHouseSenate
Extension of government funding, including $5.7 billion for border wallsupport217-185
Passed Dec. 20, 2018
Making changes to federal sentencing and prison lawssupport358-36 87-12
Passed Dec. 20, 2018 (2/3 required)
Passed Dec. 18, 2018
Ending U.S. military assistance to Saudi-led forces in the war in Yemenoppose 56-41
Passed Dec. 13, 2018
The 2018 farm bill (conference committee report)support369-47 87-13
Passed Dec. 12, 2018
Passed Dec. 11, 2018
Repeal of a rule allowing disclosure of less information by politically active nonprofit groupsoppose 50-49
Passed Dec. 12, 2018
Repeal of a rule expanding short-term health insurance plansoppose 50-50
Failed Oct. 10, 2018
Nomination of Brett M. Kavanaugh to be associate justice of the Supreme Courtsupport—— 50-48
Confirmed Oct. 6, 2018
Making permanent the individual tax reductions passed in 2017support220-191
Passed Sept. 28, 2018
Allowing new businesses to deduct more of their start-up expensessupport260-156
Passed Sept. 27, 2018
Making changes to savings accounts for retirement and educationsupport240-177
Passed Sept. 27, 2018
Broad legislation to address the opioid crisissupport396-14 99-1
Passed June 22, 2018
Passed Sept. 17, 2018
Making changes to health savings accounts, including allowing them to be used for over-the-counter medicationssupport277-142
Passed July 25, 2018
Expanding eligibility for health savings accountssupport242-176
Passed July 25, 2018
Eliminating the medical device taxsupport283-132
Passed July 24, 2018
Nomination of Robert L. Wilkie to be secretary of veterans affairssupport—— 86-9
Confirmed July 23, 2018
Opposing a carbon taxsupport229-180
Passed July 19, 2018
Expressing support for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency and denouncing calls for its abolishmentsupport244-35
Passed July 18, 2018 (2/3 required)
Nonbinding motion calling for congressional approval of national security tariffsoppose 88-11
Passsed July 11, 2018
The 2018 farm billsupport198-213 86-11
Failed May 18, 2018
Passed June 28, 2018 (3/5 required)
Republican “compromise” immigration billsupport121-301
Failed June 27, 2018
The 2018 farm bill (House revote)support213-211
Passed June 21, 2018
Changing privacy rules with regard to substance-abuse treatmentsupport357-57
Passed June 20, 2018
Allowing Medicaid to pay for adults with opioid use disorder to receive treatment in mental health facilitiessupport261-155
Passed June 20, 2018
Rescinding previously approved but unspent fundingsupport210-206 48-50
Passed June 7, 2018
Failed June 20, 2018
Allowing the prohibition of certain synthetic drugssupport239-142
Passed June 15, 2018
Targeting imports of opioids through the international mail systemsupport353-52
Passed June 14, 2018
Expanding private care options for veteranssupport347-70 92-5
Passed May 16, 2018
Passed May 23, 2018
Rolling back some bank regulations put in place by the Dodd-Frank Actsupport258-159 67-31
Passed May 22, 2018
Passed March 14, 2018
Allowing patients with terminal illnesses the right to try unapproved treatments (Senate version)support250-169
Passed May 22, 2018
Passed by unanimous consent Aug. 3, 2017
Nomination of Gina Haspel to be director of the CIAsupport—— 54-45
Confirmed May 17, 2018
Making targeted attacks on law enforcement officers a federal crimesupport382-35
Passed May 16, 2018
Reinstating net neutrality rulesoppose 52-47
Passed May 16, 2018
Repeal of guidance meant to protect borrowers from discriminatory markups on auto loanssupport234-175 51-47
Passed May 8, 2018
Passed April 18, 2018
Nomination of Mike Pompeo to be secretary of statesupport—— 57-42
Confirmed April 26, 2018
Constitutional balanced budget amendmentsupport233-184
Failed April 12, 2018 (2/3 required)
The 2018 fiscal year appropriations billsupport256-167 65-32
Passed March 22, 2018
Passed March 23, 2018
Funding for measures to prevent school violence, including training for officials and threat detectionsupport407-10
Passed March 14, 2018 (2/3 required)
Allowing patients with terminal illnesses the right to try unapproved treatments (House version)support259-140
Failed March 13, 2018 (2/3 required)
White House immigration proposalsupport 39-60
Failed Feb. 15, 2018 (3/5 required)
Bipartisan immigration proposaloppose 54-45
Failed Feb. 15, 2018 (3/5 required)
Two-year budget billsupport240-186 71-28
Passed Feb. 9, 2018
Passed Feb. 9, 2018
Department of Defense Appropriations Actsupport250-166 55-44
Passed Jan. 30, 2018
Failed Feb. 8, 2018 (3/5 required)
Extension of government funding for six weekssupport245-182
Passed Feb. 6, 2018
Banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancysupport 51-46
Failed Jan. 29, 2018 (3/5 required)
Nomination of Alex Azar to be secretary of health and human servicessupport—— 55-43
Confirmed Jan. 24, 2018
Extension of government funding for three weeks, ending the shutdownsupport266-150 81-18
Passed Jan. 22, 2018
Passed Jan. 22, 2018
Extension of government funding for four weekssupport230-197 50-49
Passed Jan. 18, 2018
Failed Jan. 19, 2018 (3/5 required)
Motion to table articles of impeachment against President Trumpsupport355-66
Passed Jan. 19, 2018
Reauthorizing warrantless spying program as part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Actsupport256-164 65-34
Passed Jan. 11, 2018
Passed Jan. 18, 2018
Limiting the ability of officials to search and read private messages collected incidentally as part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Actoppose183-233
Failed Jan. 11, 2018
Extension of government funding for four weekssupport231-188 66-32
Passed Dec. 21, 2017
Passed Dec. 21, 2017 (3/5 required)
Overhauling the tax code (final version)support224-201 51-48
Passed Dec. 20, 2017
Passed Dec. 20, 2017
Overhauling the tax code (conference committee version)support227-203
Passed Dec. 19, 2017
Extension of government funding for two weekssupport235-193 81-14
Passed Dec. 7, 2017
Passed Dec. 7, 2017
Making concealed-carry firearm permits valid across state linessupport231-198
Passed Dec. 6, 2017
Motion to table articles of impeachment against President Trumpsupport364-58
Passed Dec. 6, 2017
Nomination of Kirstjen Nielsen to be secretary of homeland securitysupport—— 62-37
Confirmed Dec. 5, 2017
Overhauling the tax code (Senate version)support 51-49
Passed Dec. 2, 2017
Overhauling the tax code (House version)support227-205
Passed Nov. 16, 2017
Reauthorizing the National Flood Insurance Programsupport237-189
Passed Nov. 14, 2017
Eliminating the independent board tasked with keeping Medicare costs below limitssupport307-111
Passed Nov. 2, 2017
Fiscal year 2018 budget resolutionsupport216-212 51-49
Passed Oct. 26, 2017
Passed Oct. 19, 2017
Repeal of a rule banning some financial companies from using mandatory arbitration clausessupport231-190 51-50
Passed July 25, 2017
Passed Oct. 25, 2017
Prohibiting Department of Justice settlements that require parties to donate money to outside groupssupport238-183
Passed Oct. 24, 2017
Disaster relief for Puerto Rico and other areassupport 82-17
Passed Oct. 24, 2017
Disaster relief for Puerto Rico and other areassupport353-69
Passed Oct. 12, 2017 (2/3 required)
Banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancysupport237-189
Passed Oct. 3, 2017
Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization and disaster reliefsupport264-155
Passed Sept. 28, 2017
Making appropriations for various executive departmentssupport211-198
Passed Sept. 14, 2017
Giving the government more power to deport and deny admission to immigrants suspected of being in gangssupport233-175
Passed Sept. 14, 2017
Raising debt limit/extending government funding/Hurricane Harvey reliefsupport316-90 80-17
Passed Sept. 8, 2017
Passed Sept. 7, 2017
Hurricane Harvey disaster relief packagesupport419-3
Passed Sept. 6, 2017 (2/3 required)
Nomination of Christopher A. Wray to be director of the FBIsupport—— 92-5
Confirmed Aug. 1, 2017
Senate “skinny repeal” health care billsupport 49-51
Failed July 28, 2017
Imposing sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Koreaoppose419-3 98-2
Passed July 25, 2017 (2/3 required)
Passed July 27, 2017
Making appropriations for defense and other purposessupport235-192
Passed July 27, 2017
Repealing major parts of the Affordable Care Act, with a transition period for replacementsupport 45-55
Failed July 26, 2017
The American Health Care Act of 2017 (Senate motion to proceed)support—— 51-50
Passed July 25, 2017
Delaying implementation of ozone standardssupport229-199
Passed July 18, 2017
Increasing penalties for undocumented immigrants who re-enter the U.S. after being convicted of certain crimessupport257-167
Passed June 29, 2017
Penalizing states and localities that have “sanctuary” laws on immigrationsupport228-195
Passed June 29, 2017
Limiting health care lawsuits related to coverage provided through a federal programsupport218-210
Passed June 28, 2017
Allowing people who lose their jobs to receive tax credits under the American Health Care Act for continued coveragesupport267-144
Passed June 15, 2017
Imposing sanctions on Russiaoppose 97-2
Passed June 14, 2017
Making it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to discipline employeessupport368-55
Passed June 13, 2017
Passed by voice vote June 6, 2017
Withholding Affordable Care Act subsidies from people until their citizenship is verifiedsupport238-184
Passed June 13, 2017
Opposing the sale of some arms to Saudi Arabiaoppose 47-53
Failed June 13, 2017
Dismantling financial regulations put in place by the Dodd-Frank Actsupport233-186
Passed June 8, 2017
Making it easier to seek the death penalty for killing or attempting to kill first responderssupport271-143
Passed May 18, 2017
Nomination of Robert Lighthizer to be United States trade representativesupport—— 82-14
Confirmed May 11, 2017
Repeal of a rule requiring energy companies to reduce waste and emissionssupport221-191 49-51
Passed Feb. 3, 2017
Failed May 10, 2017
The American Health Care Act of 2017support217-213
Passed May 4, 2017
The 2017 fiscal year appropriations billsupport309-118 79-18
Passed May 3, 2017
Passed May 4, 2017
Repeal of a rule that allowed a new type of state-based retirement plansupport231-193 50-49
Passed Feb. 15, 2017
Passed May 3, 2017
Allowing employers to offer employees time off instead of pay for overtime worksupport229-197
Passed May 2, 2017
Extension of government funding for one weeksupport382-30
Passed April 28, 2017
Passed by voice vote April 28, 2017
Nomination of R. Alexander Acosta to be secretary of laborsupport—— 60-38
Confirmed April 27, 2017
Nomination of Sonny Perdue to be secretary of agriculturesupport—— 87-11
Confirmed April 24, 2017
Nomination of Neil Gorsuch to be associate justice of the Supreme Courtsupport—— 54-45
Confirmed April 7, 2017
Whether to keep the Senate cloture requirement for Supreme Court nominees at 60 votesoppose—— 48-52
Failed April 6, 2017
Repeal of a rule requiring state and local governments to distribute federal funds to qualified health centers even if they perform abortionssupport230-188 51-50
Passed Feb. 16, 2017
Passed March 30, 2017
Repeal of a rule that allowed a new type of retirement plan established by local governmentssupport234-191 50-49
Passed Feb. 15, 2017
Passed March 30, 2017
Repeal of an FCC rule barring internet providers from sharing data on customers’ activitiessupport215-205 50-48
Passed March 28, 2017
Passed March 23, 2017
Repeal of a Department of Labor rule regarding records of work-related injuries and illnessessupport231-191 50-48
Passed March 1, 2017
Passed March 22, 2017
Allowing small businesses to provide insurance through trade and professional associationssupport236-175
Passed March 22, 2017
Removing antitrust exemption for insurance providerssupport416-7
Passed March 22, 2017
Giving the secretary of veterans affairs more flexibility to discipline employeessupport237-178
Passed March 16, 2017
Nomination of Daniel Coats to be director of national intelligencesupport—— 85-12
Confirmed March 15, 2017
Repeal of a Department of Labor rule on drug testing of applicants for unemployment compensationsupport236-189 51-48
Passed Feb. 15, 2017
Passed March 14, 2017
Repeal of a Department of Education rule on school accountabilitysupport234-190 50-49
Passed Feb. 7, 2017
Passed March 9, 2017
Department of Defense Appropriations Actsupport371-48
Passed March 8, 2017
Repeal of a Department of Education rule on teacher preparation programssupport240-181 59-40
Passed Feb. 7, 2017
Passed March 8, 2017
Repeal of changes to Bureau of Land Management planning rulessupport234-186 51-48
Passed Feb. 7, 2017
Passed March 7, 2017
Repeal of a rule requiring some federal contractors to report labor violationssupport236-187 49-48
Passed Feb. 2, 2017
Passed March 6, 2017
Nomination of Rick Perry to be secretary of energysupport—— 62-37
Confirmed March 2, 2017
Changes to rulemaking requirements for federal agenciessupport246-176
Passed March 2, 2017
Nomination of Ben Carson to be secretary of housing and urban developmentsupport—— 58-41
Confirmed March 2, 2017
Requires review of proposed regulations by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairssupport241-184
Passed March 1, 2017
Establishment of a commission to review federal regulationssupport240-185
Passed March 1, 2017
Nomination of Ryan Zinke to be secretary of the interiorsupport—— 68-31
Confirmed March 1, 2017
Nomination of Wilbur L. Ross Jr. to be secretary of commercesupport—— 72-27
Confirmed Feb. 28, 2017
Nomination of Scott Pruitt to be administrator of the Environmental Protection Agencysupport—— 52-46
Confirmed Feb. 17, 2017
Nomination of Mick Mulvaney to be director of the Office of Management and Budgetsupport—— 51-49
Confirmed Feb. 16, 2017
Repeal of a rule requiring the Social Security Administration to submit information to the national background-check systemsupport235-180 57-43
Passed Feb. 2, 2017
Passed Feb. 15, 2017
Nomination of Linda E. McMahon to be administrator of the Small Business Administrationsupport—— 81-19
Confirmed Feb. 14, 2017
Nomination of David J. Shulkin to be secretary of veterans affairssupport—— 100-0
Confirmed Feb. 13, 2017
Nomination of Steven T. Mnuchin to be secretary of the treasurysupport—— 53-47
Confirmed Feb. 13, 2017
Nomination of Tom Price to be secretary of health and human servicessupport—— 52-47
Confirmed Feb. 10, 2017
Nomination of Jeff Sessions to be attorney generalsupport—— 52-47
Confirmed Feb. 8, 2017
Nomination of Betsy DeVos to be secretary of educationsupport—— 51-50
Confirmed Feb. 7, 2017
Repeal of a rule requiring energy companies to disclose payments to foreign governmentssupport235-187 52-47
Passed Feb. 1, 2017
Passed Feb. 3, 2017
Repeal of the stream protection rulesupport228-194 54-45
Passed Feb. 1, 2017
Passed Feb. 2, 2017
Nomination of Rex W. Tillerson to be secretary of statesupport—— 56-43
Confirmed Feb. 1, 2017
Nomination of Elaine L. Chao to be secretary of transportationsupport—— 93-6
Confirmed Jan. 31, 2017
Nomination of Nikki R. Haley to be ambassador to the United Nationssupport—— 96-4
Confirmed Jan. 24, 2017
Permanent ban on the use of federal funds for abortion or health coverage that includes abortionssupport238-183
Passed Jan. 24, 2017
Nomination of Mike Pompeo to be director of the CIAsupport—— 66-32
Confirmed Jan. 23, 2017
Nomination of John F. Kelly to be secretary of homeland securitysupport—— 88-11
Confirmed Jan. 20, 2017
Nomination of James Mattis to be secretary of defensesupport—— 98-1
Confirmed Jan. 20, 2017
Waiver allowing James Mattis to become secretary of defensesupport268-151 81-17
Passed Jan. 13, 2017
Passed Jan. 12, 2017
Budget resolution to repeal the Affordable Care Actsupport227-198 51-48
Passed Jan. 13, 2017
Passed Jan. 12, 2017
Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2017support237-187
Passed Jan. 5, 2017

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