Tracking Congress In The Age Of Trump

An updating tally of how often every member of the House and the Senate votes with or against the president.

Martha McSally

R

Republican representative for Arizona’s 2nd District

Trump score
How often McSally votes in line with Trump’s position
Trump margin
Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election in Arizona’s 2nd District minus Clinton’s
Predicted score
How often McSally is expected to support Trump based on Trump’s 2016 margin
Trump plus-minus
Difference between McSally’s actual and predicted Trump-support scores
96.1%
-4.9
55.6%
+40.4
Date Measure Trump Position McSally Vote Agree with Trump? Likelihood of agreement Plus-minus
Nov. 2 Eliminating the independent board tasked with keeping Medicare costs below limits (307-111) support
Yes
81.6% +18.4
Oct. 26 Fiscal year 2018 budget resolution (216-212) support
Yes
36.7% +63.3
Oct. 24 Prohibiting Department of Justice settlements that require parties to donate money to outside groups (238-183) support
Yes
54.1% +45.9
Oct. 12 Disaster relief for Puerto Rico and other areas (353-69) support
Yes
91.6% +8.4
Oct. 3 Banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy (237-189) support
Yes
48.3% +51.7
Sept. 28 Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization and disaster relief (264-155) support
Yes
69.0% +31.0
Sept. 14 Making appropriations for various executive departments (211-198) support
Yes
40.1% +59.9
Sept. 14 Giving the government more power to deport and deny admission to immigrants suspected of being in gangs (233-175) support
Yes
55.4% +44.6
Sept. 8 Raising debt limit/extending government funding/Hurricane Harvey relief (316-90) support
Yes
89.0% +11.0
Sept. 6 Hurricane Harvey disaster relief package (419-3) support
Yes
99.6% +0.4
July 27 Making appropriations for defense and other purposes (235-192) support
Yes
46.6% +53.4
July 25 Imposing sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea (419-3) oppose
Yes
0.3% -0.3
July 25 Repeal of a rule banning some financial companies from using mandatory arbitration clauses (231-190) support
Yes
44.5% +55.5
July 18 Delaying implementation of ozone standards (229-199) support
Yes
41.0% +59.0
June 29 Increasing penalties for undocumented immigrants who re-enter the U.S. after being convicted of certain crimes (257-167) support
Yes
66.3% +33.7
June 29 Penalizing states and localities that have “sanctuary” laws on immigration (228-195) support
Yes
40.9% +59.1
June 28 Limiting health care lawsuits related to coverage provided through a federal program (218-210) support
No
38.0% -38.0
June 15 Allowing people who lose their jobs to receive tax credits under the American Health Care Act for continued coverage (267-144) support
Yes
77.9% +22.1
June 13 Making it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to discipline employees (368-55) support
Yes
95.9% +4.1
June 13 Withholding Affordable Care Act subsidies from people until their citizenship is verified (238-184) support
Yes
52.2% +47.8
June 8 Dismantling financial regulations put in place by the Dodd-Frank Act (233-186) support
Yes
44.8% +55.2
May 18 Making it easier to seek the death penalty for killing or attempting to kill first responders (271-143) support
Yes
72.6% +27.4
May 4 The American Health Care Act of 2017 (217-213) support
Yes
31.8% +68.2
May 3 The 2017 fiscal year appropriations bill (309-118) support
Yes
76.0% +24.0
May 2 Allowing employers to offer employees time off instead of pay for overtime work (229-197) support
Yes
41.0% +59.0
April 28 Extension of government funding for one week (382-30) support
Yes
92.7% +7.3
March 28 Repeal of an FCC rule barring internet providers from sharing data on customers’ activities (215-205) support
Yes
37.4% +62.6
March 22 Allowing small businesses to provide insurance through trade and professional associations (236-175) support
Yes
49.6% +50.4
March 22 Removing antitrust exemption for insurance providers (416-7) support
Yes
99.4% +0.6
March 16 Giving the secretary of veterans affairs more flexibility to discipline employees (237-178) support
Yes
54.4% +45.6
March 8 Department of Defense Appropriations Act (371-48) support
Yes
93.0% +7.0
March 2 Changes to rulemaking requirements for federal agencies (246-176) support
Yes
60.3% +39.7
March 1 Repeal of a Department of Labor rule regarding records of work-related injuries and illnesses (231-191) support
Yes
45.6% +54.4
March 1 Requires review of proposed regulations by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (241-184) support
Yes
52.7% +47.3
March 1 Establishment of a commission to review federal regulations (240-185) support
Yes
52.5% +47.5
Feb. 16 Repeal of a rule requiring state and local governments to distribute federal funds to qualified health centers even if they perform abortions (230-188) support
Yes
44.1% +55.9
Feb. 15 Repeal of a Department of Labor rule on drug testing of applicants for unemployment compensation (236-189) support
Yes
47.9% +52.1
Feb. 15 Repeal of a rule that allowed a new type of state-based retirement plan (231-193) support
Yes
44.2% +55.8
Feb. 15 Repeal of a rule that allowed a new type of retirement plan established by local governments (234-191) support
Yes
45.2% +54.8
Feb. 7 Repeal of a Department of Education rule on teacher preparation programs (240-181) support
Yes
50.1% +49.9
Feb. 7 Repeal of a Department of Education rule on school accountability (234-190) support
Yes
44.2% +55.8
Feb. 7 Repeal of changes to Bureau of Land Management planning rules (234-186) support
Yes
46.3% +53.7
Feb. 3 Repeal of a rule requiring energy companies to reduce waste and emissions (221-191) support
Yes
39.0% +61.0
Feb. 2 Repeal of a rule requiring the Social Security Administration to submit information to the national background-check system (235-180) support
Yes
50.9% +49.1
Feb. 2 Repeal of a rule requiring some federal contractors to report labor violations (236-187) support
Yes
50.2% +49.8
Feb. 1 Repeal of the stream protection rule (228-194) support
Yes
42.1% +57.9
Feb. 1 Repeal of a rule requiring energy companies to disclose payments to foreign governments (235-187) support
Yes
50.2% +49.8
Jan. 24 Permanent ban on the use of federal funds for abortion or health coverage that includes abortions (238-183) support
Yes
48.9% +51.1
Jan. 13 Waiver allowing James Mattis to become secretary of defense (268-151) support
Yes
72.3% +27.7
Jan. 13 Budget resolution to repeal the Affordable Care Act (227-198) support
Yes
41.1% +58.9
Jan. 5 Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2017 (237-187) support
Yes
47.9% +52.1
Average
96.1%
55.6%
+40.4