AAUW Action Fund Congressional Voting Record
How Do Your Senators and Representatives Vote?
The AAUW Action Fund Congressional Voting Record provides information about elected federal legislators through the votes they cast on issues that are critical to the Action Fund’s mission.
The Congressional Voting Record provides information about senators’ and representatives’ co-sponsorship and votes. Each legislator is scored based on their record on AAUW priorities, which were decided on the basis of the AAUW Public Policy Priorities, adopted by AAUW members. These priorities range from economic security, to education, and civil rights.
Find out how your elected officials scored!Download the Congressional Voting Record for the 117th Congress.
Using the Congressional Voting Record
AAUW members and supporters have a long history of lobbying Congress and holding legislators accountable for how they vote. Use the Congressional Voting Record to advocate for AAUW’s priority issues by:
- Referring to information in the voting record during community issue forums or at town hall meetings held by your members of Congress
- Writing letters to the editor (LTEs), blog posts, or op-eds about a legislator’s position on AAUW’s priority issues. Our LTE and op-ed resource guide provides tips for an effective letter.
- Distributing copies during local voter education events
- Sharing the guide with coalition partners, friends, family, and prospective AAUW members. Don’t forget to tag your posts on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media forums using #ItsMyVote
Previous Congressional Voting Records
Download a copy of past voting records:
January 2019-December 2020
The voting records are neither endorsements nor condemnations of any member of Congress. They reflect roll call votes and bill sponsorships officially recorded by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. For more information, contact the AAUW Action Fund at VoterEd@aauw.org.