Votes Against Party Majority by Van Taylor (R-Texas)

Rep. Taylor has voted against a majority of House Republicans 10 times (6.1%) in the 116th Congress (2019-20). He ranks 73rd among all representatives in voting against his party. The average House Republican votes against his or her party 5.5% of the time. See other congresses:

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Rank 73rd
Party avg 5.5%
Date Bill Question Vote result Position Party position
April 8 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
April 8 H.R.1331 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass Passed No Yes
April 2 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
April 1 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
March 28 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
Feb. 28 H.R.1112 On Agreeing to the Amendment Agreed to Yes No
Feb. 26 S.47 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass Passed No Yes
Feb. 13 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
Jan. 28 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
Jan. 8 On Approving the Journal Passed Yes No
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