Record Votes in the 81st Congress (First Session)

Archive Report


On occasion, a member of Congress will rise on the floor, days or weeks after a roll call has been taken, and announce that his vote has been listed incorrectly in the Congressional Record. In all such the roll call in the Journal and the permanent Record. An effort has been made to incorporate all such corrections in the roll calls given on the following pages. For this reason, the totals of “yeas” and “nays” here given do not agree in every case with the totals shown in daily issues of the Congressional Record.

In judging positions taken by individual members on particular issues it is important to consider just how the question was presented. A member may vote against a bill he favors because ...

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