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Congressional Record - Senate Cheat Sheet

The Acting President pro tempore - Mr. Harry Reid-D, (NV) Majority Leader - Mr. Mitch McConnell-R, (KY) Minority Leader -


Mr. Akaka-D, Hawaii - Mr. Allard-R, Colorado - Mr. Alexander-R, Tennessee - Mr. Baucus-D, Montana - Mr. Bayh-D, Indiana - Mr. Bennett-R, Utah - Mr. Biden-D, Delaware - Mr. Bingaman-D, New Mexico - Mr. Bond-R, Missouri - Ms. Boxer-D, California - Mr. Brown-D, Ohio - Mr. Brownback-R, Kansas - Mr. Bunning-R, Kentucky - Mr. Burr-R, North Carolina - Mr. Byrd-D, West Virginia -

Ms. Cantwell-D, Washington - Mr. Cardin-D, Maryland - Mr. Carper-D, Delaware - Mr. Casey-D, Pennsylvania - Mr. Chambliss-R, Georgia - Ms. Clinton-D, New York - Mr. Cochran-R, Mississippi - Mr. Colburn-R, Oklahoma - Mr. Coleman-R, Minnesota - Ms. Collins-R, Maine - Mr. Conrad-D, North Dakota - Mr. Corker-R, Tennessee - Mr. Cornyn-R, Texas - Mr. Craig-R, Idaho - Mr. Crapo-R, Idaho -

Mr. DeMint-R, South Carolina - Mr. Dodd-D, Connecticut - Mrs. Dole-R, Elizabeth Dole - Mr. Domenici-R, New Mexico - Mr. Dorgan-R, North Dakota - Mr. Durbin-D, Illinois -

Mr. Ensign-R, Nevada - Mr. Enzi-R, Wyoming - Mr. Feingold-D, Wisconsin - Ms. Feinstein-D, California -

Mr. Graham-R, South Carolina - Mr. Gregg-R, New Hampshire - Mr. Grassley-R, Iowa -

Mr. Hagel-R, Nebraska - Mr. Harkin-D, Iowa - Mr. Hatch-R, Utah - Mrs. Hutchison-R, Texas -

Mr. Inhofe-R, Oklahoma - Mr. Inouye-D, Hawaii - Mr. Isakson-R, Georgia - Mr. Johnson-D, South Dakota -

Mr. Kennedy-D, Massachusetts - Mr. Kerry-D, Massachusetts - Ms. Klobuchar-D, Minnesota - Mr. Kohl-D, Wisconsin - Mr. Kyl-R, Arizona -

Ms. Landrieu-D, Louisiana - Mr. Lautenberg-D, New Jersey - Mr. Lieberman-CfL, Connecticut - Ms. Lincoln-D, Arkansas - Mr. Leahy-D, Vermont - Mr. Levin-D, Michigan - Mr. Lott-R, Mississippi - Mr. Lugar-R, Indiana -

Mr. Martinez-R, Florida - Mr. McCain-R, Arizona - Ms. McCaskill-D, Missouri - Mr. Menedez-D, New Jersey - Ms. Mikulski-D, Maryland - Ms. Murray-D, Washington - Ms. Murkowski-R, Alaska -

Mr. Nelson-D, Nebraska - Mr. Nelson-D, Florida - Mr. Reed-D, Rhode Island - Mr. Roberts-R, Kansas - Mr. Pryor-R, Arkansas -

Mr. Salazar-D, Colorado - Mr. Sanders-I, Vermont - Mr. Schumer-D, New York - Mr. Sessions-R, Alabama - Mr. Shelby-R, Alabama - Mr. Smith-R, Oregon - Ms. Snowe-R, Maine - Mr. Specter-R, Pennsylvania - Ms. Stabenow-D, Michigan - Mr. Stevens-R, Alaska - Mr. Sununu-R, New Hampshire -


Mr. Tester-D, Montana - Mr. Thomas-R, Wyoming - Mr. Thune-R, South Dakota - Mr. Vitter-R, Louisiana - Mr. Voinovich-R, Ohio - Mr. Warner-R, Virginia - Mr. Webb-D, Virginia - Mr. Whitehouse-D, Rhode Island - Mr. Wyden-D, Oregon -

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Recorded Vote (by vote)

Alabama
AL RShelby Nay
AL RJeff Sessions Yea
Arkansas
AK DBlanche Lincoln Yea
AK DMark Pryor Yea
Alabama
Richard Shelby(R)voteYea
Jeff Sessions(R)vote
Arkansas
Blanche Lincoln(R)Yea
Mark Pryor(R)Yea
Alabama
Richard Shelby(R)voteYea
Jeff Sessions(R)vote
Arkansas
Blanche Lincoln(R)Yea
Mark Pryor(R)Yea
Yea
AL RShelby Nay
AL RJeff Sessions Yea
Nay
AK DBlanche Lincoln Yea
AK DMark Pryor Yea
OR DWydenYea


Congressional Record Senate

Congressional Record
Senate - January XX, 2007 - week 4
110th - United States Congress
Image:US-SenateRecord.jpg
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
Previous Senate Record - January XX, 2007
Next legislative session


These are consolidate excerpts from the Congressional Record, covering the major actions of the United States Senate in the 110th United States Congress on January XX, 2007. For the daily summary of the actions in the Senate click here. For a summary of the actions in the House click here, and for Congress as a whole on this date, click here.

Only major action or debates are usually included in these excerpts. For the complete Congressional Record for this date, click on the THOMAS link (i.e. the date within the title of the opening header) in the article below.


On the Floor

Morning Session - Senate - Thursday, January XX, 2007

The Senate met at 9 a.m. and was called to order by the Honorable XXXXXXX, a Senator from the State of XXXX.

Schedule

Mr. Harry Reid-D, (NV) Majority Leader - Mr. President....

Executive Session

XXXXXXXX

The Acting President pro tempore - Under the previous order, the Senate will proceed to executive session to consider the following nomination, which the clerk will report.


XXXXXXX-D (XX)

XXXXX

Mr. XXXX-D, XXXXX - Mr. President...

XXXXX

Mr. XXXX-D, XXXXX - Mr. President...


XXXXXXX-R (XX)

Mr. XXXX-R, XXXXX - Mr. President...



Vote

Ms. XXXX-D, XXXXX - Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that the order for the quorum call be rescinded.

The Acting President pro tempore - Without objection, it is so ordered.

Mr. XXXXX - Mr. President, I yield back the remaining time on this side, and I ask for the yeas and nays.

The Acting President pro tempore - Is there a sufficient second? There appears to be a sufficient second.

The question is, Will the Senate advise and consent to the nomination of LTG. David H. Petraeus to be General, United States Army? On this question, the yeas and nays have been ordered. The clerk will call the roll.


The legislative clerk called the roll.


Mr. XXXX-D, XXXXX - I announce that the Senator from XXXX (Mr. Johnson) are necessarily absent.

Mr. Mitch McConnell-R, (KY) Minority Leader - The following Senators were necessarily absent: the Senator from XXXXX (Mr. XXXXX).


The result was announced—yeas 81, nays 0, as follows:

[Rollcall Vote No. XX Ex.]

YEAS -81
  • Akaka
  • Alexander
  • Allard
NAY -19
  • Boxer
  • Cantwell
  • Chambliss
  • Coburn
NOT VOTING -19
  • Craig
  • Dorgan
  • Graham
  • Inouye

The nomination was confirmed.


The Acting President pro tempore - Under the previous order, the President will be immediately notified of the Senate's action.


Legislative Session

The legislative session of the Senate for January XX, 2007 can be found here, and begins with...


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Congressional Record - legislative session

Congressional Record
Senate - February XX, 2007 - week 4
110th - United States Congress
Image:US-SenateRecord.jpg
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
Previous morning buisness
Next Thursday - February XX, 2007


These are consolidate excerpts from the Congressional Record, covering the major actions of the United States Senate in the 110th United States Congress on February XX, 2007. For the daily summary of the actions in the Senate click here. For a summary of the actions in the House click here, and for Congress as a whole on this date, click here.

Only major action or debates are usually included in these excerpts. For the complete Congressional Record for this date, click on the THOMAS link (i.e. the date within the title of the opening header) in the article below.


To view the morning business for the day, click here.

Legislative Session

XXXXXXX Act of 2007

The Presiding Officer - Under the previous order, the Senate will resume consideration of H.R. XX, which the clerk will report.


The legislative clerk read as follows:

A bill (H.R. XX) to amend the XXXXXXXXX Act of XXXX to provide for XXXXXXX.

Pending:

  • XXXXX-R (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX (to amendment No. XXX), to provided for the...
    • Division I of XXXXXXX (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX
    • Division II of XXXXXXX (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX
    • Division III of XXXXXXX (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX
    • Division IV of XXXXXXX (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX
    • Division V of XXXXXXX (for XXXX) amendment No. XXX

The Presiding Officer - The Senator from XXXXXX


Amendment No. XXX

XXXXXX-R (XX)

Mr. XXXX-R, XXXXX - Mr. President...


XXXXXX-D (XX)

Mr. XXXX-D, XXXXX - Mr. President...


XXXXXX-D (XX)

Trade Promotion Authority

Mr. XXXX-D, XXXXX - Mr. President...


Amendment No. XXX, as amended


XXXXXX-R (XX)

Mr. XXXX-R, XXXXX - Mr. President...


CLOTURE MOTION

The yeas and nays resulted—yeas 88, nays 8, as follows:

[Rollcall Vote No. XX Leg.]

YEAS -88
  • Akaka
  • Alexander
  • Allard
  • Baucus
NAYS -8
  • Coburn
  • Craig
  • Crapo


NOT VOTING -4
  • Biden
  • Brownback
  • Hagel
  • Johnson



Adjournment

Orders for Monday, February XX, 2007

Mr. Harry Reid-D, (NV) Majority Leader - Mr. President, I ask consent when the Senate completes its business today, it stand adjourned until 10:00 a.m. Monday, February XX; on Monday...

The presiding officer - Without objection, it is so ordered.

Program

Mr. Harry Reid-D, (NV) Majority Leader - On Monday, the Senate will conduct...

Adjournment until Monday, February XX, 2007 at 10:00 a.m.

Mr. Harry Reid-D, (NV) Majority Leader - Mr. President, if there is no further business to come before the Senate today, I ask unanimous consent the Senate stand adjourned under the previous order.

There being no objection, the Senate, at XXXX p.m. adjourned until Monday, February XX, 2007, at 10:00 a.m.


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