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Kerry's Voting Record

Here is a partial list of Kerry's voting record in the Senate
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Vote to table an amendment to provide additional funding for the FDA's children anti-tobacco initiative, voted no.

Vote on an amendment to repeal the $50 billion tobacco industry settlement credit contained in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, voted yes


Vote on an amendment to add an additional $53 million to international narcotics control funding, voted no


Vote to kill an amendment that would increase funding for state juvenile court systems, establish juvenile drug courts, increase funding for certain law enforcement programs, increase penalties for certain gun offenses involving minors, and ban possession of semiautomatic assault weapons and large capacity ammunition clips by juveniles, voted no

Vote to increase penalties on certain drug-related crimes. The amendment would specifically target the manufacturing or trafficking of amphetamines and methamphetamines and possession of powder cocaine. It would also set stronger penalties for dealing drugs to minors or near a school. Voted no

On the first 2, both Bills passed. On the Third Bill it was tabled.

On the 5th passed. On the 6th Bill ,it;s still under study.


Vote to table an amendment to extend the repayment period for farmers to repay marketing loans and to remove the limits on the farmer's marketing loan rates.
Voted no

Bill Number: S 2159 - 105th Congress (1997-98)
Senate Passage Vote: 07/16/98 - Outcome: Passed
No further action was taken on this bill, never became law. HR 4101 passed instead



Vote to pass a resolution to give no enforcement authority or power to ergonomics rules submitted by the Labor Department during the Clinton Administration. These rules would force businesses to take steps to prevent work-related repetitive stress disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Voted No

Bill Number: S J Res 6-107th Congress (2001-2002)
Senate Passage Vote: 03/06/2001-Outcome:Passed
House Passage Vote: 03/07/2001-Outcome:Passed
Presidential Action: Signed on 03/20/2001



Vote to table, or kill, an amendment to increase the amount of money appropriated for Juvenile Justice block grants from $100 million to $150 million. The increased funding would go towards increased law enforcement of juveniles. Voted yes

Bill Number: S 2260 - 105th Congress (1997-98)
Senate Passage Vote: 07/23/98 - Outcome: Passed
No further action was taken on this bill, never became law. HR 4276 passed instead


Vote to pass a bill that would impose fines and jail time on individuals who are convicted of sending out large quantities of unsolicited e-mail commonly know as Spam
Did not vote on this Bill at all.


Vote to pass a bill that would allow the use of the death penalty for drug traffickers who were convicted or murder, or ordering a murder. Voted no

Bill passed 65-29: R: 37-6; D 28-23


Vote to pass a bill that would protect crime victims' rights. The bill would provide victims of crime or their representatives the right to be heard at public proceedings. It would also call for judicial officials to take victims' safety into account when deciding the fate of defendants

Kerry was not around to vote on this Bill.

Bill Passed 96-1
Senate Passage Vote: 04/22/2004


Vote to pass the amendment that would extend to Nov. 30, 2004, the federal program to make available an additional 13 weeks of unemployment benefits for people who have exhausted their state jobless benefits.

Kerry was not around to vote on this Bill.

Amendment passed 92-5 on 05/11/2004.
Senate Passage Vote: 05/11/2004- Outcome: Passed


Vote to pass a bill that would make it a criminal offense if a fetus is injured or killed while carrying out a violent crime on a pregnant woman

Kerry Voted no.

Senate Passage Vote: 03/25/2004-Outcome: Passed


Vote to adopt the conference report on the bill that would create a prescription drug benefit for Medicare recipients

Kerry did not Vote on this Bill.

Senate Conference Report Vote:11/25/2003-Outcome:Passed

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