The Rural Patriot

July 22, 2006

Randy Kuhl House Votes (week ending 7/21/06)

Filed under: Congressional Votes,Randy Kuhl — theruralpatriot @ 1:02 am

The following list contains information related to Mr. Kuhl’s House Votes for the month of July, 2006.

7/20/06 Vote 392; H R 5684: Passed, 221-205, with 7 not voting; Kuhl votes YES

To Implement the United States-Oman Free Trade Agreement

7/19/06 Vote 388; H R 810: Failed, 235-193, with 5 not voting; Kuhl Votes NO

Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

7/18/06 Vote 378; H J RES 88: Failed, 236-187, with 1 voting Present and 9 not voting; Kuhl votes YES

Proposing An Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Relating to Marriage

7/13/06 Vote 374; H R 9: Passed, 390-33, with 9 not voting; Kuhl votes YES

Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa Parks, and Coretta Scott King Voting Rights Act Reauthorization and Amendments Act

For complete information on Representative Kuhl’s House votes held this month, click on his votes database link located under the Blogroll category at the right of this screen.

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3 Comments »

  1. […] DragonFlyEye and The Rural Patrios have both doing an excellent job covering Randy Kuhl’s recent votes in the House. One of the things, I think, that separates our current crop of Western and Central New York Republican representatives (Reynolds, Kuhl, and Walsh) from the more traditionally moderate upstate Republican representavies of yore and soon-to-be yore (Amos Houghton and Sherwood Boehlert, say) is the new crop’s complete fealty to the Republican radical right. This is something, I’m afraid, that is lost on most voters — probably because it is not something that the media devotes much coverage to. […]

    Pingback by rochesterturning.com: turning the tide upstate — July 24, 2006 @ 2:35 pm | Reply

  2. I believe that you are right regarding the fact that most of the republican voters in this area are not aware of the disconnect regarding Mr. Houghton’s views vs. Mr. Kuhl’s view. Mr. Houghton was a legend around these parts. I’m hoping that by reporting the facts of Mr. Kuhl’s votes, people will have a better view of where his ideals and principals stand.

    Thank you for your information regarding DragonFlyEye and The Rural Patrios. I plan in the future to take a deeper look into Mr. Kuhl’s voting record, and I will access these sites for my research needs.

    Comment by theruralpatriot — July 24, 2006 @ 7:52 pm | Reply

  3. […] I’m struck by is how much we here at RT depended on other local bloggers, like DFE, NYCO, The Rural Patriot (and the rest of the 29th Blogging Irregulars), and Rottenchester. Then, as now, we get by with a […]

    Pingback by rochesterturning.com: turning the tide upstate — December 30, 2007 @ 8:37 pm | Reply


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