Mario Diaz-Balart

(FL-21)

2019 Score:
50
lifetime:
52
Rank:
191
District:
21

Votes

2019 50%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
HR764 HR764: Sponsorship of bill that authorizes the President to unilaterally increase taxes N Y
HR5430 HR5430: U.S. Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Y Y
HR5377 HR5377: Modified $10K SALT cap in TCJA N N
HR755 HR755: Article I - Impeachment Resolution - Abuse of Power N N
HR755 HR755: Article II - Impeachment Resolution - Obstruction of Congress N N
HR1158 HR1158: MegaBus spending bill, busts budget, includes many anomalies N Y
HR1865 HR1865: MegaBus spending bill, busts budget, includes many anomalies N Y
HR4 HR4: Requiring States to obtain DOJ’s approval to change voter laws N N
HR3055 HR3055: 4-Week CR which accommodated massive appropriations deal N N
HR4863 HR4863: 10-year reauthorization of the ExIm Bank N N
HR2440 HR2440: $10 billion spending increase in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund N N
HR2513 HR2513: Onerous disclosure and compliance costs for business N N
HR3877 HR3877: Increases spending by $326 billion and suspends the debt limit through August 2021 N Y
HR582 HR582: Increases the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, destroying millions of jobs N N
HR2740 HR2740: Amdt #91 - Protects the withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement Y N
HR2740 HR2740: Amdt #89 - $23.9 billion spending cut and offsets recent $19 billion disaster relief bill Y N
HR2740 HR2740: Amdt #42 - Reduces spending by 14% Y N
HR2157 HR2157: Supplemental bill that increases federal spending by more than $19 billion N Y
HR9 HR9: An attempt to force Trump to adhere to the Paris Agreement N N
HR1644 HR1644: Save the Internet Act is a silly rebranded attempt of Net Neutrality effort N N
HR7 HR7: A bill that places onerous restrictions on employers determining wages for employees N Y
HR1 HR1: A bill that would dismantle the First Amendment by restricting political speech N N
HJR31 HJRes31: Budget busting spending bill that continues trillion-dollar deficits N Y
HR790 HR790: Across the board 2.6% pay increase for federal workers, not merit-based N Y
2013
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
H R 8 Pass deal to increase tax rates, delay automatic spending cuts N Y
H R 6726 Freeze federal employee pay Y Y
2012 48%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
Farm Bill Petition Y Y
Cut Scorecard Y Y
H RES 841 Adopt rule on bill that increases tax rates and cancels spending cuts N Y
H R 6684 Pass bill to reduce automatic spending cuts N Y
H R 6156 Pass Russian free trade bill Y Y
H R 6213 Bar new energy loan guarantees Y Y
H J RES 11 Pass omnibus government spending bill, fund ObamaCare N Y
H R 5865 Create federal manufacturing planning board N Y
H R 2072 Reauthorize Export-Import Bank subsidies N Y
H R 3606 Ease SEC regulations on emerging growth companies Y Y
H R 4348 Cap transportation bill spending Y N
H R 4105 Allow Commerce Dept. to impose new import taxes N Y
H R 5325 Limit Davis Bacon union wage subsidy rule Y N
H R 1173 Repeal long term care entitlement Y Y
H R 8 Extend all 2001 & 2003 tax rate cuts for 2013 Y Y
H R 4078 Pass Regulatory Freeze for Jobs Act Y Y
H R 6079 Repeal ObamaCare Y Y
H R 4348 Pass bloated spending bill for tranportation programs and student loan and flood insurance subsidies N Y
H R 4348 Ban use of imports in transportation projects N Y
H R 4628 Extend student loan subsidies for one year N Y
H CON RES Pass Republican Study Cmte. Budget Y N
H R 3309 Impose new political speech restrictions N A
H R 3408 Expand oil and gas leasing Y N
2011 40%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
Sign Cut, Cap and Balance Pledge Letter Y N
Didn't sign discharge petition on anti-trade bill Y Y
Sign Letter in opposition to debt ceiling increase "compromise" Y N
H R 2055 Pass bloated omnibus appropriations bill N Y
H R 3630 Impose 3.6% income tax surtax N N
H R 2112 Pass bloated spending bill for five departments N Y
H R 2832 Revive expanded trade adjustment assistance N Y
H R 3078 Pass Colombia trade agreement Y Y
H R 3079 Pass Panama trade agreement Y Y
H R 3080 Pass South Korea trade agreement Y Y
H R 2587 Limit NLRB's powers Y Y
H J RES 37 Disapprove Internet regulations Y Y
H R 10 Require congressional approval of major regulations Y A
H R 910 Bar EPA from passing greenhouse gas regulations Y Y
S 365 Increase debt limit N Y
H R 2584 Cut Interior - Environment appropriations by $3 billion Y N
H R 2551 Cut Botanic Garden funding by $3 million Y N
H R 2560 Pass Cut, Cap and Balance Y Y
H R 2354 Cut Energy - Water appropriations bill spending by 5% Y N
H R 1309 Strike new flood insurance programs Y N
H R 1309 Eliminate federally subsidized flood insurance program Y N
H R 2112 Cut agriculture dept. spending bill by 5% Y N
H R 2112 Cut ethanol subsidy Y N
H R 1540 Bar funding for speech regulations Y Y
H CON RES Republican Study Cmte. Budget Y N
H R 471 DC school vouchers Y Y
H J RES 48 Passage of continuing appropriations bill N Y
H R 1 Roll back most spending in the bill to 2006 levels Y N
H R 1 Limit Davis Bacon Y N
H R 1 Cut most continuing appropriations spending 5.5% Y N
H R 1 Stop many new leases for oil and gas drilling N N
H R 1 Strike funding for NLRB Y N
H R 1 Cut Amtrak grants Y N
H R 1 Eliminate Legal Services Corporation Y N
H R 1 Strike pork funding for drug intelligence center Y N
H R 1 Cut energy subsidies Y N
H R 2 Repeal ObamaCare Y Y

Y = Yes Vote    N = No Vote    A = Absent for Vote