Mimi Walters’ Voting Record

Voted to cut our Congressional office budgets.
(H.Amdt. 241 to HR 2250, roll call 246, May 19, 2015)

Voted to freeze my own pay.
(H.R. 2029, Roll Call 703, Dec. 17, 2015)

Voted for a balanced budget.
(H.Con.Res 27, Roll Call 142, March 25, 2015; S. Con. Res 11, Roll Call 183, April 30, 2015)

Voted to dismantle No Child Left Behind and Common Core, reducing the federal government’s role in education and giving states, school districts, schools, teachers and parents greater control over all aspects of elementary and secondary education.
(S.1177, Roll Call 665, Dec 2, 2015)

Voted to strike down President Obama’s new EPA rules that will limit both job creation and Americans’ access to reliable, affordable energy.
(S.J. Res. 23, Roll Call 651, S.J. Res. 24, Roll Call 650, Dec. 1, 2015)

Voted for the first real entitlement reform in nearly two decades by repealing the Medicare ‘Doc Fix’ putting Medicare on a sounder financial footing, saving taxpayers trillions over the long term, and does not raise taxes.
(H.R. 2, Roll Call 144, March 26, 2015)

Voted to rein in the IRS, requiring the firing of IRS employees who take politically motivated action against taxpayers, prohibits the IRS from targeting based on ideology, streamlines the 501(c)(4) application process and creates a taxpayer bill of rights.
(H.R. 2029, roll call 703, Dec. 17, 2015)

Voted for permanent tax relief to America’s job creators, making it easier to plan ahead, hire new workers, grow their businesses, and invest in their businesses and communities.
(H.R. 2029, Roll Call 703, Dec. 17, 2015)

Voted to improve quality of care for our nation’s Veterans and hold the Department of Veterans Affairs accountable for failing our Veterans. Voted to increase access to mental health for our Veterans, and voted to give the VA Secretary the authority to fire any employee for misconduct.
(H.R. 1994, Roll Call 489, July 29, 2015) (H.R. 203, Roll Call 17, Jan. 12, 2015)

Voted to limit taxpayer funded Congressional perks such as the House gym, barber shop, salon, and the House dining room. 
(H.Con.Res 27, Roll Call 142, March 25, 2015; S. Con. Res 11, Roll Call 183, April 30, 2015)

Voted to ban First Class air travel or the leasing of corporate jets for Members of Congress.
(H.Con.Res 27, Roll Call 142, March 25, 2015; S. Con. Res 11, Roll Call 183, April 30, 2015)

Voted to prevent taxpayer-funded health care for life for Members of Congress.
(H.Con.Res 27, Roll Call 142, March 25, 2015; S. Con. Res 11, Roll Call 183, April 30, 2015)

Voted for the REINS Act, which would require Congress to vote up or down on all new major rules with an economic impact of $100 million or more, before they’re enforced on the American people.
(H.R. 427, Roll Call 482, July 28, 2015)

Voted to repeal the Death Tax.
(H.R. 1105, Roll Call 161, April 16, 2015)

Voted to combat efforts to boycott and delegitimize our ally Israel.
(H.R. 644, Roll Call 693, Dec. 11, 2015)

Voted to require the Federal Reserve to explain publicly its monetary policy, specifically how it sets interest rates and the country’s money supply.
(H.R. 3189, Roll Call 641, Nov. 19, 2015)

Voted to prevent future trade agreements from including language obligating the U.S. to change immigration law, or obligations regarding greenhouse gas emissions.
(H.R. 644, Roll Call 693, Dec 11, 2015)

Voted to establish a Select Investigative Panel into Planned Parenthood and their practice of harvesting and selling fetal tissue.
(H.Res 461, Roll Call 538, Oct. 7, 2015)

Voted to prohibit states and cities that bar their officials from enforcing immigration laws—so-called “sanctuary cities”–from receiving certain federal law enforcement grants.
(H.R. 3009, Roll Call 466, July 23, 2015)