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Making Government Work for Everyone, Not Just the Rich or PowerfulCampaign Finance Reform
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Roll Call 522. (H.R. 2219) On an amendment that would prohibit funds provided by a Defense Department funding bill from being used to enforce any regulation relating to the disclosure of political contributions Jul 07, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 404. (H.R. 2017) On an amendment that would prohibit federal agencies from requiring a company seeking a federal contract to disclose political contributions as a condition of being considered for that contract. Jun 02, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 347. (H.R. 1540) On an amendment that prohibited federal agencies from requiring a company seeking a federal contract to disclose political contributions as a condition of being considered for that contract May 25, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 81. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting the use of funds provided by a “continuing resolution” (which funded government agencies and programs for the remainder of the year) for carrying out activities of the Presidential Election Campaign Fund, which provides public funding for presidential candidates and political parties’ nominating conventions. Feb 17, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 25. (H.R. 359) Final passage of legislation eliminating public funding for presidential campaigns. Jan 26, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 24. (H.R. 359) On a motion that would have required independent groups that fund campaign advertisements to disclose their financial donors. A motion to recommit with instructions is the minority's opportunity to torpedo or significantly change a bill before a final up-or-down vote on the measure. Jan 26, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 22. (H.R. 359) Legislation eliminating public funding for presidential campaigns – On bringing to a final vote a resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jan 26, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 391. (H.R. 5175) Passage of legislation requiring organizations to report all campaign donations over $600 to the Federal Election Commission and prohibiting organizations with a federal government contract worth more than $10 million from working actively for a political candidate or party Jun 24, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 390. (H.R. 5175) On a motion to recommit (which is the minority's opportunity to torpedo or significantly change a bill before a final up-or-down vote on the measure) on campaign finance reform legislation that would have banned political “robocalls” (automated calls to voters urging support for or opposition to a political candidate) unless explicitly authorized by a political candidate and would have provided for an expedited judicial review process determining the constitutionality of the bill. The motion to recommit would also have required this expedited process to be used for any subsequent legislation giving the District of Columbia a member of the House with full voting rights. Jun 24, 2010. Y N W
Roll Call 389. (H.R. 5175) On an amendment to a campaign finance reform bill that required the funders of a political television advertisement to include the city and state of their place of residence or principal place of business in the advertise advertisement’s “disclaimer” (in which the funder of the ad acknowledges financing it) Jun 24, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 386. (H.R. 5175) Legislation requiring organizations to report all campaign donations over $600 to the Federal Election Commission and prohibiting organizations with a federal government contract worth more than $10 million from working actively for a political candidate or party – On a resolution setting a time limit for floor debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jun 24, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 385. (H.R. 5175) Legislation requiring organizations to report all campaign donations over $600 to the Federal Election Commission and prohibiting organizations with a federal government contract worth more than $10 million from working actively for a political candidate or party – On bringing to a final vote a resolution setting a time limit for floor debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jun 24, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 85. HR 3991. Changes to the Tax Code/Procedural Vote to Allow Privileged Consideration of a Bill Which Would Exempt Certain Political Groups From Reporting Expenditures and Donors As Required By Current Law. Apr 10, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 34. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Final Passage of Bill to Close "Soft" Money Loophole on Donations to National Parties and Reduce the Role of Money in the Political System. Feb 13, 2002. N Y W
Roll Call 33. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote on Republican Version of Bill Which Would Retain "Soft" Money Loophole to Allow Unlimited Flow of Money to National Parties. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 32. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote to Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Preventing National Parties From Using Funds to Construct Office Buildings. Feb 13, 2002. Y N L
Roll Call 31. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote to Intended Complicate Implementation of Reform By Requiring Mid-Election Cycle Adherence to Law Changes. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 30. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Requiring a Difficult-to- Enforce Ban on Donations By Non-Citizens. Feb 13, 2002. N N W
Roll Call 29. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Requiring Total Ban on Soft Money Which Would Adversely Impact State Political Parties and Stand Little Change of Passage in Senate. Feb 13, 2002. N N W
Roll Call 28. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote to Double Individual Contribution Limits. Feb 13, 2002. Y N L
Roll Call 27. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Introducing Exemptions to Advertising Restrictions for Workers, Farmers, and Families. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 26. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Introducing Exemptions to Advertising Restrictions for Veterans and Seniors. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 25. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Introducing Exemptions to Advertising Restrictions for Civil Rights Groups. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 24. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Introducing Exemptions to Advertising Restrictions for Pro-Gun Groups. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 23. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote to Strip a Provision That Reduced TV Advertising Rates to Candidates and Parties. Feb 13, 2002. Y N L
Roll Call 22. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote Intended to Complicate Passage of Reform By Requiring Bill's Adherence to First Amendment to Provide Opponents with Ammunition for a Future Court Challenge. Feb 13, 2002. Y N W
Roll Call 21. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote on Shays-Meehan Bill to Close "Soft" Money Loophole on Donations to National Parties and Reduce the Role of Money in the Political System. Feb 13, 2002. N Y W
Roll Call 19. HR 2356. Campaign Finance Reform/Vote on Republican Version of Bill Designed to Complicate Passage of Reform By Requiring Total Ban on Soft Money Which Would Adversely Impact State Political Parties and Stand Little Change of Passage in Senate. Feb 13, 2002. N N W