Robert E. Andrews

Robert E. Andrews

  • D-NJ, 1st District1989 – present
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Lifetime Score 8%

12%
‘05
2005: 12%
25%
2006: 25%
5%
2007: 5%
0%
2008: 0%
0%
2009: 0%
0%
2010: 0%
5%
2011: 5%
15%
2012: 15%
18%
‘13
2013: 18%

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2014: 113th Congress N/A

Rep. Andrews has not been scored for 2014 because he resigned in February.

  • 1: Concurring with Senate Amendments: H.R. 3547 - Omnibus Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2014Yea

    Key Vote 1: Concurring with Senate Amendments: H.R. 3547 - Omnibus Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2014

    This bill funded the federal government for the remainder of fiscal year 2014. It spends $45 billion more than the budget caps established in 2011, and perpetuates a vast amount of wasteful spending from previous years. Lawmakers were also given almost no time to read this 1,500 page spending bill.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 2: On the Conference Report: H.R. 2642 - Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act (Farm Bill)Nay

    Key Vote 2: On the Conference Report: H.R. 2642 - Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act (Farm Bill)

    This final version of the Farm Bill, reconciled between the House and Senate, actually undoes some of the already modest reforms to crop insurance and food stamps that were previously in the bill. This five-year reauthorization of the Farm Bill will spend nearly a trillion dollars over ten years, and remains loaded with corporate welfare and special carve-outs for well-connected agricultural corporations.

    "Nay" votes scored.
  • 3: On Passage: S. 540 - Temporary Debt Limit Extension ActYea

    Key Vote 3: On Passage: S. 540 - Temporary Debt Limit Extension Act

    This bill suspends the debt limit until March 15th of 2015, allowing the president to potentially run up as much debt as he pleases during that time period. The debt is already projected to increase by about $1 trillion over that period, to over $18 trillion. Meanwhile, this debt ceiling suspension contains no reforms to curb spending whatsoever.

    "Nay" votes scored.
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