Here’s a look at how members of the Congressional area voted

WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at how members of the Congressional area voted from April 25 through April 29:

House

House Vote 1:

FISHERIES RESEARCH: The House passed the U.S. Fisheries Advisory Committee Act (S. 497), sponsored by Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, to create a U.S. Fisheries Advisory Committee that would advise the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on fisheries subsidies. to research. The vote on April 26 was 404 yes to 11 no.

FOR: Bob Latta R-OH (5th), Marcy Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jim Jordan R-OH (4th)

Voting 2:

RUSSIA, UKRAINE AND CHINA: The House passed the Xi Interference and Subversion Assessment Act (HR 7314), sponsored by Rep. Andy Barr, R-Ky. The bill would require the State Department to report to Congress on China’s support for the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The vote on April 27 was 394 yes to 3 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

Vote in Chamber 3:

RUSSIA AND GEORGIA: The House passed the Georgia Support Act (HR 923), sponsored by Rep. Gerald E. Connolly, D-Va., to demand foreign sanctions for Russia’s occupation of two sections of the country of Georgia. The vote on April 27 was 406 yes to 20 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

Voting 4:

EUROPEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS: The House passed the Transatlantic Telecommunications Security Act (HR 3344), sponsored by Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, to direct the State Department and other federal government agencies to support the efforts of Central and Eastern European countries to improve their telecommunications security. The vote on April 27 was 366 yes to 60 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th)

AGAINST: Jordan R-OH (4th)

Vote 5:

RUSSIA AND AFRICA: The House passed the Malicious Russian Activities in Africa Act (HR 7311), sponsored by Rep. Gregory W. Meeks, DN.Y., to require the State Department to send to Congress, each year, a report on US Measures to Counter Russian Activity in Africa. The vote on April 27 was 415 yes to 9 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

House Vote 6:

RELATIONS WITH CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES: The House passed the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative Authorization Act (HR 4133), sponsored by Rep. Adriano Espaillat, DN.Y., to develop an intervention strategy Department of State Disaster Relief for Caribbean Countries and Authorize Spending in the Caribbean Basin Safety Initiative. The vote on April 27 was 340 yes to 86 no.

CONS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

FOR: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 7:

MALNUTRITION ABROAD: The House passed the Global Malnutrition Prevention and Treatment Act (HR 4693), sponsored by Rep. Michael T. McCaul, R-Texas. The bill would require the US Agency for International Development to take action to treat and prevent malnutrition globally. The vote on April 27 was 384 yes to 44 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th)

AGAINST: Jordan R-OH (4th)

Vote in House 8:

TAIWAN AND THE WHO: The House passed a bill (S. 812), sponsored by Sen. Robert Menendez, DN.J., to require the State Department to develop a strategy to regain observer status to the World Health Organization for Taiwan. The vote on April 27 was unanimous with 425 votes.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

Vote in House 9:

AID TO UKRAINE: The House passed the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act (S. 3522), sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, to waive regulations to facilitate the lending or leasing of military weapons to Ukraine and other Eastern European countries affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The vote on April 28 was 417 yes to 10 no.

FOR: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

US Senator Rob Portman.

Senate

Senate Vote 1:

FEDERAL RESERVE: The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Lael Brainard as Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. Brainard, a board member since mid-2014, was previously a Treasury Department official in the Obama administration. One supporter, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said, “She is committed to addressing and staying ahead of the financial risks to our economy.” The vote on April 26 was 52 yes to 43 no.

FOR: Sherrod Brown D-OH

AGAINST: Rob Portman R-OH

Senate Vote 2:

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD: The Senate defeated a motion of closure seeking to end debate on the nomination of Lisa DeNell Cook to serve as a member of the Federal Reserve Bank’s board of governors. Cook, a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama administration, is a professor of economics at Michigan State University. One supporter, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said Cook would bring needed perspective to the council because she “has seen how economic policy affects all kinds of different people in different parts of the country – from the rural south, where she has grew up in the industrial Midwest, where she built her career.” The vote to end the debate on April 26 was 47 yes to 51 no.

YES: Brown D-OH

AGAINST: Portman R-OH

Senate Vote 3:

CALIFORNIA JUDGE: The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Sherilyn Garnett to serve as a judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Garnett served as an assistant U.S. district attorney for 13 years and then, in 2014, became a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. The vote on April 27 was 62 yes to 33 no.

FOR: Brown D-OH, Portman R-OH

Senate Vote 4:

ABORTION AND FAMILY PLANNING FUND: The Senate defeated a motion to proceed with consideration of a resolution (SJ Res. 41), sponsored by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who would have disapproved and overturned a Health and Human Services Department rule barring abortion providers from receiving federal funds through the Title X family planning program. The vote on April 27 was 49 yes to 49 no.

CONS: Brown D-OH

FOR: Portman R-OH

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