2013 Scorecard Vote

Clean Energy Funding
House Roll Call Vote 329
Issue: Clean Energy

Representative John Garamendi (D-CA) offered an amendment to H.R. 2609, the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2014, which would restore $329 million in funding for advanced energy projects that the underlying bill cut from the Department of Energy’s popular and innovative ARPA-E program. This cut would amount to 81 percent of the budget for ARPA-E, which is helping move America towards a clean energy future by investing in cutting-edge renewable energy technologies. The Garamendi amendment would offset the restored funding for ARPA-E by cutting a small portion of the bill’s unnecessarily high funding level for the National Nuclear Security Administration's weapons activities. On July 10, the House rejected the Garamendi amendment by a vote of 155-266 (House roll call vote 329). YES IS THE PRO-ENVIRONMENT VOTE.

Yes
is the
pro-environment position
Votes For: 155  
Votes Against: 266  
Not Voting: 14  
Pro-environment vote
Anti-environment vote
Missed vote
Not applicable
Representative Party District Vote
Bonner, JoRAL-01 
Roby, MarthaRAL-02 
Brooks, MoRAL-05 
Young, DonRAK-AL 
Barber, RonDAZ-02 
Gosar, PaulRAZ-04 
Salmon, MattRAZ-05 
Pastor, EdDAZ-07 
Griffin, TimRAR-02 
Cotton, TomRAR-04 
Bera, AmiDCA-07 
Cook, PaulRCA-08 
Denham, JeffRCA-10 
Costa, JimDCA-16 
Honda, MikeDCA-17 
Lofgren, ZoeDCA-19 
Farr, SamDCA-20 
Capps, LoisDCA-24 
Chu, Judy M.DCA-27 
Ruiz, RaulDCA-36 
Bass, KarenDCA-37 
Royce, EdRCA-39 
Takano, MarkDCA-41 
Hahn, JaniceDCA-44 
Vargas, JuanDCA-51 
Polis, JaredDCO-02 
Himes, JimDCT-04 
Carney, JohnDDE-AL 
Miller, JeffRFL-01 
Yoho, Ted S.RFL-03 
Posey, BillRFL-08 
Nugent, RichRFL-11 
Ross, DennisRFL-15 
Rooney, TomRFL-17 
Radel, TreyRFL-19 
Deutch, TedDFL-21 
Garcia, JoeDFL-26 
Price, TomRGA-06 
Woodall, RobRGA-07 
Barrow, JohnDGA-12 
Scott, DavidDGA-13 
Graves, TomRGA-14 
Kelly, RobinDIL-02 
Foster, BillDIL-11 
Enyart, BillDIL-12 
Rokita, ToddRIN-04 
Messer, LukeRIN-06 
Young, ToddRIN-09 
Latham, TomRIA-03 
Yoder, KevinRKS-03 
Pompeo, MikeRKS-04 
Harris, AndyRMD-01 
Markey, EdDMA-05 
Camp, DaveRMI-04 
Upton, FredRMI-06 
Walberg, TimRMI-07 
Walz, TimDMN-01 
Nolan, RickDMN-08 
Wagner, AnnRMO-02 
Graves, SamRMO-06 
Long, BillyRMO-07 
Titus, DinaDNV-01 
Heck, JoeRNV-03 
Runyan, JonRNJ-03 
Sires, AlbioDNJ-08 
Meng, GraceDNY-06 
Owens, BillDNY-21 
Reed, TomRNY-23 
Maffei, DanDNY-24 
Price, DavidDNC-04 
Watt, MelDNC-12 
Jordan, JimROH-04 
Latta, BobROH-05 
Gibbs, BobROH-07 
Tiberi, PatROH-12 
Ryan, TimDOH-13 
Renacci, JimROH-16 
Cole, TomROK-04 
Kelly, MikeRPA-03 
Perry, ScottRPA-04 
Gerlach, JimRPA-06 
Marino, TomRPA-10 
Doyle, MikeDPA-14 
Pitts, JoeRPA-16 
Murphy, TimRPA-18 
Wilson, JoeRSC-02 
Duncan, JeffRSC-03 
Gowdy, TreyRSC-04 
Rice, TomRSC-07 
Noem, KristiRSD-AL 
Roe, PhilRTN-01 
Cooper, JimDTN-05 
Black, DianeRTN-06 
Cohen, SteveDTN-09 
Poe, TedRTX-02 
Johnson, SamRTX-03 
Hall, RalphRTX-04 
Barton, JoeRTX-06 
Green, AlDTX-09 
Granger, KayRTX-12 
Flores, BillRTX-17 
Olson, PeteRTX-22 
Green, GeneDTX-29 
Bishop, RobRUT-01 
Wittman, RobRVA-01 
Hurt, RobertRVA-05 
Cantor, EricRVA-07 
Wolf, FrankRVA-10 
Larsen, RickDWA-02 
Smith, AdamDWA-09 
Heck, DennyDWA-10 
Rahall, NickDWV-03 
Ryan, PaulRWI-01 
Pocan, MarkDWI-02 
Kind, RonDWI-03 
Moore, GwenDWI-04 
Petri, TomRWI-06 
Duffy, SeanRWI-07 
Ribble, ReidRWI-08