Theodore Deutch

(FL-21)

2019 Score:
13
lifetime:
7
Rank:
288
District:
21

Votes

2019 13%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
HR764 HR764: Sponsorship of bill that authorizes the President to unilaterally increase taxes N N
HR5430 HR5430: U.S. Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Y Y
HR5377 HR5377: Modified $10K SALT cap in TCJA N Y
HR755 HR755: Article I - Impeachment Resolution - Abuse of Power N Y
HR755 HR755: Article II - Impeachment Resolution - Obstruction of Congress N Y
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 Y
HR3055 HR3055: 4-Week CR which accommodated massive appropriations deal N Y
HR4863 HR4863: 10-year reauthorization of the ExIm Bank N Y
HR2440 HR2440: $10 billion spending increase in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund N Y
HR2513 HR2513: Onerous disclosure and compliance costs for business N Y
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 Y
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 Y
HR1644 HR1644: Save the Internet Act is a silly rebranded attempt of Net Neutrality effort N Y
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 Y
HR790 HR790: Across the board 2.6% pay increase for federal workers, not merit-based N Y
2015 0%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
Three point penalty for those members who signed the discharge petition to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank N N
H R 2029 Passage of FY16 omnibus spending bill with higher spending caps N Y
H R 1314 Passage of a bill to increase the debt ceiling and spending caps N Y
H R 597 Passage of the bill to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, a major corporate welfare program N Y
H R 10 Pass the bill to reauthorize the DC school voucher program Y N
H R 758 Passage of bill to require that the loser pays for frivolous lawsuits Y N
H R 702 Passage of the bill to end the ban on crude oil exports Y N
H R 2577 Cut transportation and housing spending bill by 1% Y N
H R 5 Allow parents to opt their students out of the No Child Left Behind program Y N
H R 2822 Cut Interior-Environment spending bill by 1% Y A
H R 5 Provide flexible block grants for education instead of the No Child Left Behind program Y N
H R 22 Amendment to bar Davis-Bacon wage requirements that would make transportation spending less efficient Y N
H R 749 AMTRAK reauthorization N Y
H R 22 Amendment to state the sense of Congress to give the states maximum authority over transportation spending Y N
H R 22 Pass the transportation spending bill, which also includes reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank and an increase in crop insurance subsidies N Y
H R 22 Amendment to create a Tourism Committee in the Transportation Department N Y
H R 596 Repeal ObamaCare Y N
S J RES 23 Passage of a resolution to disapprove the EPA's power plant emissions rule Y N
H R 427 Passage of "REINS" Act to require congressional approval before major rules can take effect Y N
H R 3038 Add $8.1 billion to highway spending and extend transportation security fees N Y
H R 6 Reauthorize NIH and FDA with bloated and new spending N Y
H R 6 Allow Congress to control spending on the NIH Innovation Fund on a yearly basis Y N
H R 2146 Passage of Trade Promotion Authority bill Y N
H R 1314 Agree to Senate amendment to spend money on a trade adjustment assistance program N N
H R 2028 Cut bloated energy & water spending bill by 11% Y N
H R 2028 Eliminate funding for the energy efficiency and renewable energy programs Y N
H R 1105 Death tax repeal Y N
H R 2 Permanent "doc fix" with no offseting spending reductions, a $140 billion increase in debt N Y
H CON RES Pass fiscally responsible Republican Study Cmte. Budget resolution Y N
2014 13%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
H R 83 Pass bloated FY 2015 budget bill N N
H R 2 Approve Keystone pipeline, streamline drilling permitting, block EPA rules costing more than $1 billion or fracking rules Y N
H R 3522 Allow people to "keep their plan" rather than get ObamaCare-compliant plans Y N
H R 4923 Cut $3.1 billion in corporate welfare research subsidies in energy and water appropriations bill Y N
H R 4745 Cut 10% from a federal housing subsidy program Y A
H R 2548 Pass bill that includes reauthorization of subsidies for overseas private investment N Y
H R 3370 Pass fiscally irresponsible changes to federal flood insurance program N Y
H R 5771 Pass bill to extend poorly designed "temporary" tax breaks N Y
H R 4450 Extend the Travel Promotion Act N Y
H R 1022 Creates new program devoted to "critical elements" in the Energy Dept. N Y
H R 5021 Highway Trust Fund bailout N Y
H R 4923 Block Davis-Bacon union wage subsidy in energy and water appropriations bill Y N
H R 4923 Amendment to end Energy Department loan program Y N
H R 4923 Cut 7.5% from non-defense spending in energy and water appropriations bill Y N
H R 4660 Cut $247.5 million from the Economic Development Administration Y N
H R 4660 Cut $350 million from the Legal Services Corporation Y N
H R 1944 Pass bill to bar funds to state or local gov't using eminent domain for private development Y Y
H R 3865 Pass bill to block IRS from imposing new nonprofit political speech limits Y N
S 540 Suspend debt ceiling until March 15, 2015 with no reforms N Y
H R 2642 Final passage of bloated farm bill N N
H R 3547 Pass bloated FY 2014 budget bill N Y
2013 12%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
Sandy Votes Points Y N
Did not sponsor anti-China trade bill Y Y
H J RES 59 Pass Ryan-Murray budget deal that partially unwinds the sequester and increases spending caps N Y
H R 2775 Pass government funding bill that cancels automatic spending cuts and suspends the debt ceiling until 2014 N Y
H J RES 59 Pass gov't funding bill that delays the ObamaCare mandate; requires the president, congressmen and staff to use unsubsidized ObamaCare Y N
H J RES 59 Adopt government funding bill that defunds ObamaCare Y N
H R 807 Pass debt ceiling reform bill Y N
H R 2609 Cut energy program subsidies by $1.5 billion Y N
H R 2217 Amendment to block phase out of flood insurance subsidy in current law N Y
H R 2216 Block Davis-Bacon union wage subsidy in military construction Y N
H R 41 Pass fiscally irresponsible federal flood insurance program N Y
H R 297 Pass bill to fund doctor education at children's hospitals N Y
H R 367 Require congressional approval of major regulations Y N
H R 2610 Eliminate airline route subsidies Y N
H R 2642 Pass bloated farm bill #2 N N
H R 2609 Eliminate funding for the "advanced technology" vehicle manufacturing program Y N
H R 1947 Strike the farmers' market subsidy program from the bill Y N
H R 1947 Pass bloated farm bill #1 N N
H R 1947 Allow states to add work require -ments to the food stamp program Y N
H R 1947 Strike the Christmas Tree tax from the farm bill Y N
H R 1947 Eliminate the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center Y N
H R 1947 Reduce the sugar subsidy program Y N
H R 1947 Repeal dairy farm subsidy program Y N
H R 1947 Repeal subsidy to advertise farm products Y N
H R 3 Approve Keystone pipeline Y N
H R 45 Repeal ObamaCare Y N
H R 1120 Prohibit labor board from acting or issuing rules without a quorum Y N
H R 678 Add an anti-trade "Buy American" provision to a hydropower development bill N Y
H R 152 Cut spending to finance Hurricane Sandy spending Y Y
H R 152 Increase Hurricane Sandy spending with no offsetting cuts N N
H R 152 Cut $1 million of new funding for the Legal Services Corporation Y N
H R 152 Increase Hurricane Sandy spending bill by $33.7 billion N N
H R 152 Passage of fiscally irresponsible $50.5 billion Hurricane Sandy spending bill N N

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