Roy Blunt (R)

House of Representatives
Missouri View District Manufacturing Statistics
Washington Office
260 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-224-5721 phone
202-224-8149 fax
District Office
911 Main Street
Suite 2224
Kansas City, MO 64105
(816) 471-7141 phone
(816) 471-7338 fax
115th Congress Official Voting Record
Issue NAM Vote
1 S.AMDT 178 TO S.CON RES. 3 To Allow for the Importation of Prescription Drugs in the FY 17 Budget Resolution N
2 SCONRES3 The FY 2017 Budget Resolution and ACA Repeal Vehicle Y
3 HJRES38 Congressional Review Act Resolution of Disapproval of the Stream Protection Rule Y
4 HJRES37 Congressional Review Act Resolution of Disapproval of the “Blacklisting” Regulation Y
5 S.AMDT 271 TO HR 1628 To Repeal and Replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the FY 2017 Budget Resolution Y
6 S.AMDT. 1301 TO S.AMDT. 1116 To Strike Energy and Natural Resources Reconciliation Instructions in the FY 2018 Budget Resolution N
7 HCONRES71 The FY 2018 Budget Resolution and Tax Reform Vehicle Y
8 S.AMDT. 1850 TO S.AMDT. 1618 To Raise the Proposed Corporate Tax Rate in H.R. 1, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act N
9 HR1 Conference Report to H.R.1, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Y
10 SJRES52 Congressional Review Act Resolution of Disapproval Net Neutrality Rule N
11 S3021 S. 3021, the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018, which includes the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2018. Y
NAM Final Score 91%
NAM Lifetime Voting Record 93%
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Biography:
Building on a background as a public servant, university president, and teacher, United States Senator Roy Blunt was elected by the people of Missouri to the United States Senate in 2010. Senator Blunt is a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee; the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee; the Senate Armed Services Committee; and the Senate Rules Committee. He serves as the Ranking Republican on the Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies. Blunt is also the Ranking Republican on the Commerce Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security. Less than one year after he was sworn into the U.S. Senate, Blunt was chosen by his colleagues to serve as a member of the Senate leadership as the Vice Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. Blunt also serves as a member of the Senate Republican Whip Team. From 1996-2008, the people of Southwest Missouri overwhelmingly elected Blunt seven times to the U.S. House of Representatives. Blunt was elected by his colleagues to serve as House Majority Whip and Republican Whip three times, and he became the Majority Whip earlier in his career than any Member of Congress in eight decades. As Whip, the second highest Republican in the House, he led a team of deputies and assistants that columnist Robert Novak described as “the most efficient party whip operation in congressional history.” Before serving in Congress, he was a history teacher, a county official, and in 1984 became the first Republican elected as Missouri’s Secretary of State in more than 50 years. Senator Blunt also served four years as the president of his alma mater, Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri. Senator Blunt is a member of the Smithsonian Council for American Art and is a Trustee of the State Historical Society of Missouri. The Senator is married to Abigail Blunt and has four children: Matt Blunt, Missouri’s 54th Governor; Amy Blunt, an attorney in Columbia, Mo.; Andy Blunt, an attorney in Jefferson City; and Charlie (age 9). Blunt has six grandchildren: Davis Mosby, Ben Blunt, Branch Blunt, Eva Mosby, Allyson Blunt, and Brooks Blunt. [7/2014]
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