Answered By: Georgina Martorella Last Updated: Nov 15, 2016 Views: 124
One good resource is the Congress.gov database provided by the Library of Congress. You will see a link to "Roll Call Votes" under the heading RECENT which will bring you into voting records. Make sure to also click on the link for "Votes in the House and Senate" -- this link provides access to information about congressional voting as well as other resources.
An additional resource to check is the CQ Almanac, a Hofstra research database. To access the database, Please go to the Library homepage at www.Hofstra.edu/Library > Databases by subject. You may be prompted for your username and password. You can access databases either by subject area or alphabetically by name of database. Click on CQ Almanac which is an annual publication that covers legislative activity. You will see a link for the Appendix where you will find Key Vote Tables and Floor Votes. You will also find key vote tables in CQ Congress and the Nation, another resource accessible via the Databases by subject page.
If you are not a member of the Hofstra Community, please contact Georgina Martorella, the Depository Coordinator for assistance with government information.