Warren Davidson

(OH-08)

2019 Score:
100
lifetime:
99
Rank:
1
District:
08
  • Defender of Economic Freedom 2019
  • Defender of Economic Freedom 2018
  • Defender of Economic Freedom 2017
  • Defender of Economic Freedom 2016

Votes

2019 100%
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 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 N
HR1865 HR1865: MegaBus spending bill, busts budget, includes many anomalies N N
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 N
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 Y
HR2740 HR2740: Amdt #89 - $23.9 billion spending cut and offsets recent $19 billion disaster relief bill Y Y
HR2740 HR2740: Amdt #42 - Reduces spending by 14% Y Y
HR2157 HR2157: Supplemental bill that increases federal spending by more than $19 billion N N
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 N
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 N
HR790 HR790: Across the board 2.6% pay increase for federal workers, not merit-based N N
2018 98%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
H.R. 2 Farm bill with no conservative reforms N N
H.R. 6760 Tax Cuts 2.0 - make the Trump tax cuts permanent Y Y
H.R. 6757 Tax Cuts 2.0 - expand IRAs and create Universal Savings Accounts Y Y
H.R. 6157 Bloated $855B Cromnibus N N
H.R. 5420 Nationalize 89 acres to expand FDR national historic site N N
H.R. 6199 Expands Health Savings Accounts Y Y
S. 1182 Extends National Flood Insurance Program N N
H.R. 184 Repeals the medical device tax Y Y
H.R. 6147 Prohibit DC from enforcing Obamacare's individual mandate Y Y
H.R. 6147 Prohibit funds for the Environmental Justice Small Grants Program Y Y
H.R. 6147 Prohibit DC from seizing property to enforce Obamacare's individual mandate Y Y
H.R. 6147 Cut $46.5 million from the National Endowment on the Arts and Humanities Y Y
H.R. 5895 Cut funding by $15 billion Y Y
H.R. 5895 Eliminate funding for the Advanced Research Project Agency Y Y
H.R. 3 Trump's $14.8 billion rescissions package Y Y
H.R. 5895 Holman Act for Mark Gabriel, the Western Area Power Administrator Y Y
H.R. 5895 Cut funding by 1% Y Y
H.R. 5515 Require stainless steel flatware at DoD to be domestically sourced (Buy American) N N
H.R. 5515 Require dinnerware at DoD to be domestically sourced (Buy American) N N
H.R. 2 Repeals the EPA's Waters of the U.S. rule Y Y
H.R. 2 Farm bill with weak work requirement reforms - no other reforms N N
H.R. 2 Phase out farm subsidies by the year 2030 Y N
H.R. 2 Repeal the biomass and bioenergy subsidy programs Y Y
H.R. 2 Reform the sugar program Y Y
H.R. 4 Prohibit funds for Davis-Bacon wage requirements Y Y
H.R. 1625 FY18 continuing resolution thru Sept 30, 2018 N N
H.R. 620 Require individuals to ask establishments to comply with ADA before filing a lawsuit Y Y
H.R. 1892 Trump-Schumer Bipartisan Budget Act. CR thru 3/23/2018. $90B for disaster relief. Debt ceiling suspended until 3/1/2019 N N
2017 98%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
Discharge petition to force a vote on a bill to repeal the 2010 health care law known as "Obamacare" Y Y
H R 4667 Passage of the bill to provide $81 billion in supplemental spending for disaster relief N N
H R 1 Final passage of the House and Senate compromise on the tax cut bill Y Y
H R 3979 Passage of the bill to extend the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's volunteer program at a cost of $2 million a year N Y
H R 1 Passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to lower individual and corporate tax rates and limit certain deductions Y Y
H RES 569 Passage of a bill to provide $36.5 billion for disaster relief and cancel $16 billion of flood insurance debt N N
H R 3354 Amendment to cut National Labor Relations Board salaries and expenses by $99 million Y Y
H R 3354 Amendment to cut the EPA budget by $1.8 million Y Y
H R 10 Passage of the Financial CHOICE Act of 2017 to repeal many provisions in the Dodd-Frank law Y Y
H R 601 Final passage of a bill with $15.2 billion for disaster relief and that suspends the debt limit until Dec. 8, 2017 N N
H R 3354 Amendment to reduce EPA funding by $10.2 million Y Y
H RES 502 Final adoption of a bill and agreement to a Senate amendment to add $7.9 billion for hurricane disaster relief N Y
H R 3354 Amendment to reduce spending by 2% for the Department of Housing and Urban Development Y Y
H R 3354 Amendment to cut $1.1 billion in grants for Amtrak Y Y
H R 3354 Amendment that includes a reduction of mass transit maintenance grants by $474 million Y Y
H R 3354 Amendment to reduce subsidies by $150 million for air service to small communities Y Y
H R 26 Passage of "REINS" Act to require congressional approval before major rules can take effect Y Y
H CON RES Substitute amendment to the budget resolution to adopt the Republican Study Committee proposal to cut spending and balance the budget Y Y
H J RES 36 Passage of a resolution to reject a regulation to reduce methane flaring Y Y
H R 3219 Amendment to cut discretionary spending by 1% in the energy and water provisions of the appropriations bill Y Y
H R 3219 Amendment to bar funds to be used to enforce Davis-Bacon Act prevailing wage requirements Y Y
H R 2883 Motion to add to a bill a requirement that only USA-made iron and steel products be used in border-crossing facilites N N
H R 1259 Passage of a bill to bolster the ability of the Veterans Dept to fire employees for poor performance Y Y
S CON RES Passage of a budget resolution with instructions to repeal much of the 2010 healthcare law known as "Obamacare" Y Y
2016 100%
Title Description Club Position Rep. Position
H R 985 Pass bill to allow creation of a concrete promotion program in the Commerce Dep't N N
H R 5325 Passage of FY17 omnibus continuing spending bill to Dec. 9, no offsets to Zika and block grant increases N N
H R 5278 Amendment to remove provision temporarily allowing a lower minimum wage in Puerto Rico for young workers N N
S 1252 Pass a bill to create a $3.8 billion program to promote global security and agricultural development N N
H R 5485 Amendment to remove provision barring new IRS rules on "political activity" for advocacy nonprofits N N
H R 3762 Pass bill to repeal much of ObamaCare Y A
H R 5538 Amendment to bar Davis-Bacon wage requirements that makes Interior Dep't spending less efficient Y Y
H R 5538 Amendment to bar funds from being used to oppose an executive order on climate change N N
H J RES 88 Override veto of bill to disapprove of Labor Department's "fiduciary rule" on retirement investment advice Y Y
H R 5525 Vote on bill to end mobile phone subsidies Y Y
H R 5293 Amendment to block athletic shoe earmark Y Y
H R 5053 Passage of bill to prohibit IRS from compiling database of nonprofit donors Y Y
H R 5325 Amendment to cut 1% from most spending on Congress Y Y
H R 5055 Amendment to cut $185 million from the Energy Dep't Y A
H R 5055 Amendment to cut $7 million from the Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee program Y A
H R 5055 Amendment to cut $285 million from Energy Dep't fossil energy research programs Y A
H R 5055 Amendment to cut $3.5 billion from the Energy Dep't. Y A
H R 4974 Amendment to block executive order encouraging the use of only union labor in gov't contracts Y A
H R 4909 Amendment to require defense department to use the cheapest form of energy Y A
H R 4901 Pass bill to continue DC school choice programs Y A
H J RES 88 Pass bill to disapprove of Labor Department's "fiduciary rule" on retirement investment advice Y A
S J RES 22 Pass bill to disapprove of the EPA's "Waters of the U.S." regulation Y A
H R 1644 Amendment to reallocate funds from abandoned mine program to economically distressed communities N A

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