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Vote number 2005-363 $40B in reduced federal overall spending
on Dec 21, 2005 regarding bill S. 1932 Work, Marriage, and Family Promotion Reconciliation Act
Results: Motion Agreed to, 51-50

Vote to pass a bill that reduces federal spending by $40 billion over five years by decreasing the amount of funds spent on Medicaid, Medicare, agriculture, employee pensions, conservation, and student loans. The bill also provides a down-payment toward hurricane recovery and reconstruction costs.

Categorized under Budget & Economy

Voting YES counts as answer A on AmericansElect question 1;
Voting NO counts as answer D on AmericansElect question 1

Economy: When you think about the US budget deficit, which of the following solutions is closest to your opinion?
  • A: Cutting existing programs
  • B: More spending cuts than tax increases (mix of both solutions)
  • C: More tax increases than spending cuts (mix of both solutions)
  • D: Raising Taxes
  • E: Unsure


Democrats voting on 2005-363

Max Baucus NOMT Democratic Sr Senator
Barbara Boxer NOCA Democratic Jr Senator
Robert Byrd NOWV Former Democratic Senator
Maria Cantwell NOWA Democratic Jr Senator
Tom Carper NODE Democratic Sr Senator
Hillary Clinton NONY Former Democratic Senator (NY); now Secretary of State
Jon Corzine NONJ Former Democratic Senator (now Governor)
Mark Dayton NOMN Former Democratic Senator (Retired 2006)
Richard Durbin NOIL Democratic Sr Senator
Russell Feingold NOWI Former Democratic Senator
Dianne Feinstein NOCA Democratic Sr Senator
Tom Harkin NOIA Democratic Jr Senator
Daniel Inouye NOHI Democratic Sr Senator
Tim Johnson NOSD Democratic Sr Senator
Ted Kennedy NOMA Former Democrat Senator (until 2009)
John Kerry NOMA Democratic Sr Senator
Mary Landrieu NOLA Democratic Sr Senator
Frank Lautenberg NONJ Democratic Sr Senator
Patrick Leahy NOVT Democratic Sr Senator
Carl Levin NOMI Democratic Sr Senator
Blanche Lambert Lincoln NOAR Former Democratic Senator
Barbara Mikulski NOMD Democratic Sr Senator
Patty Murray NOWA Democratic Sr Senator
Ben Nelson NONE Democratic Sr Senator
Bill Nelson NOFL Democratic Sr Senator
Barack Obama NOIL Former Democratic Senator (until 2008)
Mark Pryor NOAR Democratic Sr Senator
Jack Reed NORI Democratic Sr Senator
Harry Reid NONV Democratic Sr Senator
John Rockefeller NOWV Democratic Sr Senator
Ken Salazar NOCO Former Democratic Senator (entered Cabinet, 2009)
Paul Sarbanes NOMD Former Democrat Senator (Retired 2006)
Charles Schumer NONY Democratic Sr Senator
Arlen Specter YESPA Former Democratic incumbent (elected as Republican)
Debbie Stabenow NOMI Democratic Jr Senator
Ron Wyden NOOR Democratic Sr Senator


Republicans voting on 2005-363

Lamar Alexander YESTN Republican Sr Senator
George Allen YESVA Republican Challenger
Robert Bennett YESUT Former Republican Senator
Conrad Burns YESMT Former Republican Senator (MT, 1989-2007)
Richard Burr YESNC Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative
Lincoln Chafee NORI Former Republican Senator (Lost re-election, 2006)
Saxby Chambliss YESGA Republican Sr Senator
Tom Coburn YESOK Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative
Thad Cochran YESMS Republican Sr Senator
Susan Collins NOME Republican Jr Senator
John Cornyn YESTX Republican Jr Senator
Michael Crapo YESID Republican Sr Senator
Jim DeMint YESSC Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative
Mike DeWine NOOH Former Republican Senator (lost re-election, 2006)
John Ensign YESNV Republican Jr Senator
Michael Enzi YESWY Republican Sr Senator
Bill Frist YESTN Former Republican Senator (retired 2006)
Lindsey Graham YESSC Republican Sr Senator
Chuck Grassley YESIA Republican Sr Senator
Orrin Hatch YESUT Republican Sr Senator
James Inhofe YESOK Republican Sr Senator
Johnny Isakson YESGA Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative
Trent Lott YESMS Former Republican Senator (MS, 1989-2007)
Richard Lugar YESIN Republican Sr Senator
John McCain YESAZ Republican Sr Senator
Mitch McConnell YESKY Republican Sr Senator
Lisa Murkowski YESAK Republican Sr Senator
Pat Roberts YESKS Republican Sr Senator
Rick Santorum YESPA Former Republican Senator (lost re-election, 2006)
Jeff Sessions YESAL Republican Sr Senator
Richard Shelby YESAL Republican Jr Senator
Olympia Snowe NOME Republican Sr Senator
Jim Talent YESMO Former Republican Jr Senator (MO, 2002-2007)
Craig Thomas YESWY Former Republican Senator (deceased in office 2007)
John Thune YESSD Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative
David Vitter YESLA Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative


Independents voting on 2005-363

Jim Jeffords NOVT Former Independent Senator (retired 2006)
Mel Martinez YESFL Former GOP Senator (resigned 2009); previously HUD Secy.



Total votes recorded by OnTheIssues:

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Democrats: YES 1; NO 35
Republicans: YES 32; NO 4
Independents: YES 1; NO 1