|Sen. Bill Nelson (D)||+||+||+||100|
|Sen. Marco Rubio (R)||-||-||A||0|
U.S. House of Representatives
|01||Rep. Jeff Miller (R)||A|
|02||Rep. Steve Southerland (R)||-|
|03||Rep. Ted Yoho (R)||-|
|04||Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R)||-|
|05||Rep. Corrine Brown (D)||+|
|06||Rep. Ron Desantis (R)||-|
|07||Rep. John Mica (R)||-|
|08||Rep. Bill Posey (R)||-|
|09||Rep. Alan Grayson (D)||+|
|10||Rep. Daniel Webster (R)||-|
|11||Rep. Rich Nugent (R)||-|
|12||Rep. Gus Bilirakis (R)||-|
|14||Rep. Kathy Castor (D)||+|
|15||Rep. Dennis Ross (R)||-|
|16||Rep. Vern Buchanan (R)||-|
|17||Rep. Tom Rooney (R)||-|
|18||Rep. Patrick Murphy (D)||+|
|20||Rep. Alcee Hastings (D)||+|
|21||Rep. Ted Deutch (D)||+|
|22||Rep. Lois Frankel (D)||+|
|23||Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)||+|
|24||Rep. Frederica Wilson (D)||+|
|25||Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R)||-|
|26||Rep. Joe Garcia (D)||+|
|27||Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)||-|
Numbers beside House members' names denote congressional districts; AL denotes at-large.
2014 Congressional Record on Choice Votes
- "Not My Boss' Business" Bill. Protect Women's Health from Corporate Interference Act, S.2578. Motion to invoke cloture (end debate) on Murray (D-WA) bill to fix the Supreme Court's decision in Hobby Lobby and prohibit employers from denying coverage of any health-care service required under federal law or regulation. Three-fifths of the total Senate (60 votes) is required to invoke cloture. Cloture motion failed 56-43. A pro-choice vote (+) was in support of cloture (7/16/14).
- White Confirmation. Vote to confirm nominee Ronnie White to the District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. Confirmed 53-44. A pro-choice vote (+) was in support of confirmation (7/16/14).
- Harris Confirmation. Vote to confirm nominee Pamela Harris to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Confirmed 50-43. A pro-choice vote (+) was in support of confirmation (7/28/14).
- No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. H.R.7. Final passage. Smith (R-NJ) bill to ban effectively abortion coverage in state health-insurance exchanges; penalize small businesses that purchase private health plans that include abortion coverage; mandate health plans to make biased, one-sided "disclosures" of abortion coverage; and permanently codify the Hyde amendment, D.C. abortion ban, and other current-law bans. Passed 227- 188. A pro-choice vote (+) was against the bill (1/28/14).