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The tables below detail the voting records of all 535 members of the [[U.S. Congress]].
 
The tables below detail the voting records of all 535 members of the [[U.S. Congress]].
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Revision as of 16:58, 1 August 2013

Portal:Congress
Features of Congress

Background
Federal Election CommissionDemocratic Congressional Campaign CommitteeNational Republican Congressional CommitteeFiling requirements for congressional candidatesClasses of United States SenatorsFilling vacancies in the U.S. SenatePresident Pro Tempore of the SenateUnited States Speaker of the HouseFilibuster

Sessions
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Analysis
Lifetime voting recordsNet worth of United States Senators and RepresentativesStaff salaries of United States Senators and RepresentativesNational Journal vote ratings
This page details the lifetime voting records of members of Congress. This information comes from GovTrack and is compiled here so that a comparison can be drawn between members of Congress and political parties.

113th Congress

The data for members of the 113th Congress is current as of March 2013.

U.S. Senate

The median percentage of missed votes among U.S. Senators of the 113th Congress is 1.7%.

U.S. House

The median percentage of missed votes among U.S. Representatives of the 113th Congress is 2.2%.

Full data

The tables below detail the voting records of all 535 members of the U.S. Congress.

U.S. Senate

U.S. House

External links

References