Ander Crenshaw

Ander Crenshaw

  • R-FL, 4th District2003 – present
  • I-FL, 4th District2001 – 2002
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Lifetime Score 62%

71%
‘05
2005: 71%
67%
2006: 67%
63%
2007: 63%
72%
2008: 72%
90%
2009: 90%
83%
2010: 83%
63%
2011: 63%
25%
2012: 25%
45%
2013: 45%
48%
2014: 48%
43%
‘15
2015: 43%

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2015: 114th Congress 43%

  • 1: On Passage: H.R. 596 - To Fully Repeal ObamaCare Yea

    Key Vote 1: On Passage: H.R. 596 - To Fully Repeal ObamaCare

    This bill fully repeals all of ObamaCare and also directs the relevant House committees to draft a patient-centered health care reform proposal to replace it. ObamaCare has failed to either make health insurance more affordable or to improve access or quality of care, and must be repealed in order to enact real reforms to accomplish those goals.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 2: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 72 to H.R. 749 - To End Federal Amtrak SubsidiesNay

    Key Vote 2: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 72 to H.R. 749 - To End Federal Amtrak Subsidies

    This amendment by Rep. Tom McClintock would completely end the federal subsidies for Amtrak. In spite of billions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies, Amtrak has continued to run an inefficient service that racks up massive annual losses, and should not continue being propped up by the government.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 3: On Passage: H.R. 1105 - Death Tax Repeal ActYea

    Key Vote 3: On Passage: H.R. 1105 - Death Tax Repeal Act

    This bill would fully repeal the federal estate tax, better known to most as the "death tax". Not only does the death tax represent double (or more) taxation of an individual's property and belongings, it can also destroy individually owned family farms and small businesses.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 4: On Passage: H.R. 1560 - Protecting Cyber Networks ActYea

    Key Vote 4: On Passage: H.R. 1560 - Protecting Cyber Networks Act

    While this bill is intended to make information sharing on cyber threats easier, it also sacrifices many privacy protections in the process. The bill fails to ensure that companies and government agencies are not sharing personally identifiable information when they report cyber attacks. Worse, the bill requires that cyber threat information be shared with the NSA. Although well-intentioned, the privacy loopholes in this bill turn in from a "cybersecurity" bill to a "cybersurveillance" bill.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 5: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 172 to H.R. 2028: To Reduce Spending in Energy and Water by $2.95 BillionNay

    Key Vote 5: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 172 to H.R. 2028: To Reduce Spending in Energy and Water by $2.95 Billion

    This amendment by Rep. Tom McClintock would eliminate the Department of Energy funding for the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and Fossil Energy programs, and would sharply reduce funding for nuclear energy programs. Removing these market-distorting subsidies would save nearly $3 billion.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 6: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 503 to H.R. 2685 - To Limit Surveillance of U.S. Citizens Under Section 702 of FISANay

    Key Vote 6: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 503 to H.R. 2685 - To Limit Surveillance of U.S. Citizens Under Section 702 of FISA

    Currently, the NSA and FBI can access the electronic communications of U.S. citizens collected without a specific warrant under section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. This amendment by Reps. Massie and Lofgren would defund those activities. It would also prevent the NSA from requesting that security vulnerabilities be built into private products.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 7: On Passage: H.R. 2042 - Ratepayer Protection Act of 2015Yea

    Key Vote 7: On Passage: H.R. 2042 - Ratepayer Protection Act of 2015

    This bill would delay the EPA from implementing their economically devastating new greenhouse gas emissions rule for existing power plants. If implemented, this rule would cause many coal-fired power plants to shut down, dramatically increasing energy costs for millions of Americans.

    "Yea" votes scored.
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