I'm researching congressional voting records. Where do I start?
A subject that is of recurring interest to our patrons is how to determine how Members of Congress voted on bills, resolutions, and amendments. The Law Library of Congress has published an online research guide on how to find congressional voting records (also called "roll call" information). Researchers can visit Congressional Voting Records: A Beginner's Guide to start their research.
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