December 7, 2005
Washington Post sets up Congressional Votes Database
The Washington Post now offers a database that tallies congressional votes back to 1991.
From the Washington Post:
"This site is a deep database of every vote in the United States Congress since the 102nd Congress (1991). It lets you browse votes in a variety of ways -- both in aggregate and for individual members of Congress.
Browse the database by drilling down to a particular Congress (e.g. 109th Congress) or particular member (e.g. 109th Congress senators).
This site publishes an RSS feed of recent votes by each member of Congress, and a feed of the most recent votes in both chambers. See the RSS page for full details.
This site is generally updated every day, although there is a delay between a vote in Congress and its appearance on the official Congress Web sites."
Ron Jones, University of Cincinnati Law Library & Mark Giangrande, De Paul Law Library
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