The AGC Congressional Vote Records provide information about elected federal legislators through the votes they cast on key construction industry issues. Key votes are selected on the basis of AGC's top legislative priorities which are determined prior to the start of each Congress the AGG Legislative Action Committee.
Prior to each key vote every legislator is notified AGC's position and the impact the vote will have on the construction industry. The voting record lists only officially recorded roll-call votes. When possible AGC only considers votes that are substantive, procedural votes are only used in extreme cases where a true measure of support or opposition for a bill can be determined.
AGC Voting Records by Congress
- Current Congress (2015 to 2016): House - Senate
- 113th Congress (2013 to 2014): House - Senate
- 112th Congress (2011 to 2012): House - Senate
- 111th Congress (2009 to 2010): House - Senate
- 110th Congress (2007 to 2008): House - Senate
- 109th Congress (2005 to 2006): House - Senate
- 108th Congress (2003 to 2004): House - Senate
- 107th Congress (2001 to 2002): House - Senate
- 106th Congress (1999 to 2000): House - Senate
How to Use the Vote Records
AGC members can use the voting record to hold Senators and Representatives accountable for their positions on key construction industry issues.
AGC members can use the vote records when meeting with legislators, drafting letters to legislators or considering financial support of campaigns. AGC PAC considers voting records along with other criteria when considering AGC PAC support.