Albert Russell Wynn

Albert Russell Wynn

  • D-MD, 4th District1993 – 2008
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Lifetime Score 17%

29%
‘05
2005: 29%
17%
2006: 17%
5%
‘07
2007: 5%

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2008: 110th Congress N/A

Rep. Wynn has not been scored for 2010 because of his May resignation.

  • 1: H.Amdt. 928 to H.R. 3524 - Prevents wage restrictionsNay

    Key Vote 1: H.Amdt. 928 to H.R. 3524 - Prevents wage restrictions

    This amendment would prevent funds in the bill from being used to fund Davis-Bacon Act wage requirements. The Davis-Bacon Act is an obsolete and destructive wage control program which requires that employees be paid at the "prevailing local wage". Because this prevailing wage is usually artificially set by unions, Davis Bacon essentially forces government contractors to hire more expensive union labor, wasting taxpayer dollars.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 2: H.R. 5351 - Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2008Yea

    Key Vote 2: H.R. 5351 - Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2008

    This bill would increase regulations on energy and subsidize renewable energy. This would raise the cost of energy production, causing home energy bills and the price of gas at the pump to rise.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 3: H.Res. 1092 - Relating to the implementation of the United States-Colombia Trade Promotion AgreementYea

    Key Vote 3: H.Res. 1092 - Relating to the implementation of the United States-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement

    This motion, by Speaker Pelosi, would kill the Columbia Free Trade Agreement. Free trade encourages both imports and exports between countries, and creates wealth and jobs on both sides of the agreement.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 4: H.R. 5818 - Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008Yea

    Key Vote 4: H.R. 5818 - Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008

    The bill, which provides $15 billion in loans and grants to states and cities to buy foreclosed properties, is a prime example of out-of-control government spending that would do little to address the underlying problems in the housing sector.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 5: On Agreeing to the Senate Amendment: H.R. 2642 - Military Construction and Veterans Affairs ActYea

    Key Vote 5: On Agreeing to the Senate Amendment: H.R. 2642 - Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Act

    This amendment would impose a so-called "Patriot Tax" on upper income brackets. Raising taxes upon these high income brackets does great harm to the small business owners who are the engine for growth in America's economy.

    "Nay" votes scored.
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