Nathan Deal

Nathan Deal

  • R-GA, 9th District2007 – 2010
  • R-GA, 10th District2003 – 2006
  • R-GA, 9th District1997 – 2002
  • D-GA, 9th District1993 – 1996
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Lifetime Score 91%

69%
‘05
2005: 69%
92%
2006: 92%
100%
2007: 100%
94%
2008: 94%
95%
‘09
2009: 95%

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2010: 111th Congress N/A

Rep. Deal has not been scored for 2010 because he resigned in March to run for Governor of Georgia.

  • 1: H.J.Res. 45 - Statutory Pay-As-You-Go ActNay

    Key Vote 1: H.J.Res. 45 - Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act

    This bill contains a more than $1 trillion increase in the federal debt ceiling. Raising the debt ceiling should be accompanied by measures to cut spending so that such an increase would not be necessary in future. Instead, this bill merely contains a "pay-as-you-go" procedure which Congress can easily ignore and which does nothing to address the current record spending levels.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 2: Concurring with the Senate Amdt: H.R. 2847 - Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) ActNay

    Key Vote 2: Concurring with the Senate Amdt: H.R. 2847 - Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act

    The HIRE Act massively increases federal highway spending and other spending in order to supposedly stimulate the economy, operating under the Keynesian fallacy that a country can spend its way to prosperity. This bill will create few private sector jobs, while burdening our economy with still more deficit spending.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 3: H.Res. 1203 - Providing for consideration of the Amendments to H.R. 4872Nay

    Key Vote 3: H.Res. 1203 - Providing for consideration of the Amendments to H.R. 4872

    This resolution is the House "Rule" that would allow consideration of the "reconciliation" bill, H.R. 4872. The reconciliation bill would make the recently passed health care legislation even worse by enacting massive tax increases and creating still more new government bureaucracies in order to support it.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 4: On Motion to Concur: H.R. 3590 - Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)Nay

    Key Vote 4: On Motion to Concur: H.R. 3590 - Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)

    This is the vote on the final passage of ObamaCare. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act neither protects patients nor provides affordable care. It would kill jobs, drive up the price of health care, bankrupt the government, and ruin the world's best health care system. The bill also contains an unconstitutional individual mandate, which forces everyone to either purchase health care or pay a penalty, violating our individual liberty.

    "Nay" votes scored. Double Score
  • 5: H.R. 4872 - Health Care and Education Reconciliation ActNay

    Key Vote 5: H.R. 4872 - Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act

    The reconciliation bill makes the terrible health care legislation recently enacted even worse with more job killing tax hikes, harsher penalties, and new government bureaucracies. This bill also builds a massive new student loan bureaucracy by essentially nationalizing the student loan industry.

    "Nay" votes scored.
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