David W. Jolly

David W. Jolly

  • R-FL, 13th District2014 – present
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2014: 113th Congress N/A

Rep. Jolly has not been scored for 2014 because he was elected in a special election in March.

  • 9: On Passage: H.R. 1871 - Baseline Reform ActYea

    Key Vote 9: On Passage: H.R. 1871 - Baseline Reform Act

    This bill would require that all government budget calculations be made based upon the spending levels for the current fiscal year. Currently, budget projections assume an automatic increase in federal spending based upon the rate of inflation, meaning that even stopping the growth of federal spending would be scored as a cut. Baseline budgeting would force Congress to account for this "automatic" growth of government spending honestly.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 10: On the Amendment: H.Amdt 671 to H.R. 4435 - Preventing NDAA funds from being used to implement climate change initiativesYea

    Key Vote 10: On the Amendment: H.Amdt 671 to H.R. 4435 - Preventing NDAA funds from being used to implement climate change initiatives

    This amendment specifically prevents Defense funding from being used to implement any climate change recommendations that are based upon controversial international and U.S. scientific assessments, including the IPCC's 5th Assessment Report, the U.S. Global Change Research Program National Climate Assessment, or the United Nations Agenda 21 sustainable development plan.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 11: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 696 to H.R. 4660 - To eliminate the Economic Development AdministrationNay

    Key Vote 11: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 696 to H.R. 4660 - To eliminate the Economic Development Administration

    This amendment by Rep. Mike Pompeo would eliminate the Economic Development Administration, a Great Society creation that has turned into a de facto backdoor earmark program.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 12: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 742 to H.R. 4660 - To reduce funding for CJS Appropriations by 1%Nay

    Key Vote 12: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 742 to H.R. 4660 - To reduce funding for CJS Appropriations by 1%

    This amendment would reduce the spending levels in the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies appropriations bill by 1% across the board, with the exception of funding for the FBI.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 13: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 815 to H.R. 4745 - To prohibit federal funds for the purchase of license plate camerasNay

    Key Vote 13: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 815 to H.R. 4745 - To prohibit federal funds for the purchase of license plate cameras

    Some state and localities have developed programs of data collection from license plate scanners that collect nearly as much data about individuals who are not even suspected of a crime as the NSA's infamous cell phone metadata collection. This amendment stops the federal government from using transportation funding to help state and local law enforcement purchase the license plate scanning cameras used in these programs.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 14: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 824 to H.R. 4745 - To cut T-HUD spending by 1%Nay

    Key Vote 14: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 824 to H.R. 4745 - To cut T-HUD spending by 1%

    This amendment by Rep. Marsha Blackburn would cut spending from Transportation and Housing & Urban Development appropriations bill by 1% across the board.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 15: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 935 to H.R. 4870 - To restrict agencies from accessing U.S. citizens' communications metadataNay

    Key Vote 15: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 935 to H.R. 4870 - To restrict agencies from accessing U.S. citizens' communications metadata

    This amendment by Rep. Thomas Massie requires the NSA and other intelligence agencies to obtain specific warrants in order to access communications metadata collected on American citizens. It also stops intelligence agencies from using "backdoor" security vulnerabilities to access companies' data.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 16: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 992 to H.R. 4923 - To reduce or eliminate funding for three Department of Energy programsNay

    Key Vote 16: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 992 to H.R. 4923 - To reduce or eliminate funding for three Department of Energy programs

    This amendment by Rep. Tom McClintock would eliminate all funding for the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program and the Fossil Energy Research and Development Program, and reduce funding for the Nuclear Energy Programs, saving taxpayers $3.1 billion dollars.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 17: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 1049 to H.R. 4923 - To reduce non defense spending in the bill to 2008 levelsNay

    Key Vote 17: On the Amendment: H.Amdt. 1049 to H.R. 4923 - To reduce non defense spending in the bill to 2008 levels

    This amendment would reduce spending in the Energy & Water Appropriations bill by 7.4831%, which would return spending in the bill to 2008 levels. Defense and nuclear security programs would be exempted from the cut.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 18: On Passage: H.R. 5021 - Highway and Transportation Funding ActYea

    Key Vote 18: On Passage: H.R. 5021 - Highway and Transportation Funding Act

    This bill bails out the nearly depleted Highway Trust Fund through May of 2015, using revenue gimmicks to supposedly offset most of the cost. The Highway Trust fund desperately needs reform instead of merely continuing to receive periodic taxpayer bailouts.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 19: On Passage: H.R. 5078 - Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection ActYea

    Key Vote 19: On Passage: H.R. 5078 - Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act

    This bill would stop the Environmental Protection Agency from finalizing a new rule that would allow them to regulate practically any water under the Clean Water Act. The CWA was intended to regulate "navigable waterways", but the EPA wants to be able to regulate everything from irrigation ditches to ponds to dry creek beds - which would massively infringe upon property owners' rights to develop their own land.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 20: On Passage: H.R. 24 - Federal Reserve Transparency ActYea

    Key Vote 20: On Passage: H.R. 24 - Federal Reserve Transparency Act

    This bill would require a full and comprehensive audit of the Federal Reserve. The central bank of the United States has operated in secrecy for over a century, and should be fully open to Congressional and public scrutiny.

    "Yea" votes scored.
  • 21: On Passage: H.R. 83 - Consolidates and Further Continuing Appropriations Act (CRomnibus)Yea

    Key Vote 21: On Passage: H.R. 83 - Consolidates and Further Continuing Appropriations Act (CRomnibus)

    This trillion-plus dollar spending bill was crafted behind closed doors and was packed with dozens of policy riders that Congress never had a chance to vote on individually. It continues to fund the federal government fully, with zero reforms to the government's out-of-control spending.

    "Nay" votes scored.
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