Congressional Voting Record

How Do Your Senators and Representatives Vote?

The AAUW Action Fund’s Congressional Voting Record provides information on the positions of senators and representatives on the issues that are important to the Action Fund’s mission.

The specific legislation included in the voting record for the 113th Congress was selected on the basis of AAUW’s public policy priorities and principles as adopted at the AAUW convention in 2013.

This voting record provides information about senators’ and representatives’ co-sponsorship and votes on AAUW’s issues — including budget and appropriations, economic security, education, and civil rights.

Request copies of the Congressional Voting Record via the upcoming policy events form, or by sending an e-mail to VoterEd@aauw.org.

Using the Voting Record

AAUW members and other concerned citizens can use the voting record in a variety of ways to hold their senators and representatives accountable for their positions on AAUW’s priority issues:

  • Refer to information in the voting record during community issue forums, candidate debates, or at town hall meetings held by your members of Congress.
  • Use the voting record when writing letters to the editor, blog posts, or op-eds about a legislator’s position and AAUW’s issues.
  • Distribute copies of AAUW Action Fund Congressional Voting Record during local voter education events and at local libraries, community festivals, and civic centers.
  • Share the voting record with coalition partners, friends, family, and prospective AAUW members.
  • Post voting record information on Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of social media.

By taking these actions, you help educate your community on the issues and on policy makers’ records, and particularly demonstrate to women voters exactly what’s at stake as they head to the polls.

Take a look at our past voting records:

112th Congress— January 2011–December 2012 votes (PDF)

111th Congress Equal Pay Supplement — January 2009–December 2010 votes (PDF)

111th Congress — January 2009–December 2010 votes (PDF)

110th Congress — January 2007–December 2008 votes (PDF)

109th Congress — January 2005–December 2006 votes (PDF)

108th Congress — January 2003–December 2004 votes (PDF)

107th Congress — January 2001–December 2002 votes (PDF)

106th Congress — January 1999–December 2000 votes (PDF)

105th Congress — January 1997–December 1998 votes (PDF)

104th Congress — January 1995–December 1996 votes (PDF)

103rd Congress — January 1993–December 1994 votes (PDF)

102nd Congress — January 1991–December 1992 votes (PDF)

101st Congress — January 1989–December 1990 votes (PDF)

100th Congress — January 1987–December 1988 votes (PDF)

99th Congress — January 1985–December 1986 votes (PDF)

98th Congress — January 1983–December 1984 votes (PDF)

97th Congress — January 1981–December 1982 votes (PDF)

The voting records are neither endorsements nor a condemnations of any member of Congress. They reflect only roll call votes officially recorded on the floor of the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives. For more information, please contact the AAUW Action Fund at 202.785.7793 or VoterEd@aauw.org.