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Clinton Voted For Higher Taxes At Least 98 Times

- October 11, 2015

Clinton Voted At Least 54 Times For Higher Income Taxes. (H.R. 976, CQ Vote #292: Rejected 36-60: R 1-46; D 33-14; I 2-0, 8/1/07, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #161: Motion Rejected 44-51: R 44-2; D 0-47; I 0-2, 5/9/07, Clinton Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #107: Rejected 46-52: R 46-2; D 0-48; I 0-2, 3/23/07, Clinton Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #94: Rejected 38-58: R 0-47; D 36-11; I 2-0, 3/22/07, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #63: Rejected 46-54: R 2-53; D 43-1; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #69: Rejected 43-57: R 1-54; D 41-3; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4954, CQ Vote #244: Motion Agreed To 57-41: R 54-0; D 3-40; I 0-1, 9/13/06, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 2020, CQ Vote #338: Motion Rejected 36-62: R 0-54; D 35-8; I 1-0, 11/17/05, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 2020, CQ Vote #343: Motion Rejected 43-55: R 1-53; D 41-2; I 1-0, 11/17/05, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 95, CQ Vote #34: Rejected 44-53: R 1-50; D 42-3; I 1-0, 3/9/04, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 95, CQ Vote #41: Rejected 41-53: R 0-49; D 40-4; I 1-0, 3/11/04, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 95, CQ Vote #50: Rejected 40-57: R 0-51; D 39-6; I 1-0, 3/11/04, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 95, CQ Vote #52: Rejected 42-54: R 0-51; D 41-3; I 1-0, 3/11/04, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 95, CQ Vote #55: Motion Rejected 51-45: R 50-1; D 1-43; I 0-1, 3/11/04, Clinton Voted Nay;  S. 2400, CQ Vote #130: Rejected 44-53: R 1-48; D 42-5; I 1-0, 6/17/04, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #179: Passed 51-49: R 48-3; D 3-45; I 0-1, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #196: Motion Adopted 50-50: R 48-3; D 2-46; I 0-1, With Vice President Cheney Casting A “Yea” Vote, 5/23/03, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 1689, CQ Vote #373: Motion Agreed To 57-42: R 50-1; D 7-40; I 0-1, 10/2/03, Clinton Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 23, CQ Vote #95: Rejected 42-57: R 1-50; D 40-7; I 1-0, 3/25/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #149: Motion Rejected 49-51: R 2-49; D 46-2; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #152: Motion Rejected 50-49: R 2-48; D 47-1; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #159: Motion Rejected 44-56: R 1-50; D 43-5; I 0-1, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #164: Motion Rejected 49-51: R 1-50; D 47-1; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #155: Motion Rejected 49-51: R 1-50; D 47-1; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #166: Motion Rejected 49-51: R 1-50; D 47-1; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #170: Motion Rejected 51-49: R 49-2; D 2-46; I 0-1, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 1054, CQ Vote #173: Rejected 48-52: R 1-50; D 46-2; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #174: Rejected 49-50: R 1-49; D 47-1; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #112: Motion Rejected 44-56: R 2-48; D 42-8; I 0-0, 5/17/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #116: Motion Rejected 48-50: R 1-48; D 47-2; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #117: Motion Rejected 48-51: R 3-46; D 45-5; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #118: Motion Rejected 49-50: R 5-44; D 44-6; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #119: Motion Rejected 35-64: R 0-49; D 35-15; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #121: Motion Rejected 41-58: R 0-49; D 41-9; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #122: Motion Rejected 39-60: R 1-48; D 38-12; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #123: Motion Rejected 39-60: R 2-47; D 37-13; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #127: Motion Rejected 43-56: R 1-48; D 42-8; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #130: Motion Rejected 48-51: R 2-47; D 46-4; I 0-0, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Yea;  H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #133: Motion Rejected 46-53: R 2-47; D 44-6; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea;  H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #137: Motion Rejected 45-54: R 0-49; D 45-5; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #138: Motion Rejected 46-53: R 2-47; D 44-6; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #139: Motion Rejected 43-56: R 0-49; D 43-7; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea;  H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #141: Motion Rejected 46-53: R 2-47; D 44-6; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #142: Motion Rejected 47-52: R 2-47; D 45-5; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #145: Motion Rejected 41-57: R 0-48; D 41-9; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #147: Motion Rejected 41-58: R 0-49; D 41-9; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #148: Motion Rejected 49-50: R 1-48; D 48-2; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #149: Motion Rejected 50-50: R 4-46; D 46-4; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #153: Motion Rejected 45-54: R 0-50; D 45-4; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #154: Motion Rejected 45-54: R 0-50; D 45-4; I 0-0, 5/22/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #162: Motion Rejected 47-53: R 1-49; D 46-4; I 0-0, 5/23/01, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #165: Passed 62-38: R 50-0; D 12-38; I 0-0, 5/23/01, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #170: Motion Adopted: 58-33: R 46-2; D 12-31; I 0-0, 5/26/01, Clinton Voted Nay; S. Amdt. 4218, CQ Vote #64: Motion Rejected 43-55: R 1-47; D 42-8, 3/13/08, Clinton Voted Yea)

Clinton Has Voted At Least 11 Times Against Tax Incentives Benefitting Small Business. (H.R. 2206, CQ Vote #181: Motion Agreed To 80-14: R 42-3; D 37-10; I 1-1, 5/24/07, Clinton Voted Nay; S. Con. Res. 21, CQ Vote #161: Motion Rejected 44-51: R 44-2; D 0-47; I 0-2, 5/9/07, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #37: Motion Agreed To 49-48: R 1-46; D 46-2; I 2-0, 1/31/07, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #118: Motion Adopted 54-44: R 51-3; D 3-40; I 0-1, 5/11/06, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 256, CQ Vote #27: Rejected 38-61: R 38-17; D 0-43; I 0-1, 3/7/05, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 3058, CQ Vote #258: Motion Rejected 42-57: R 42-13; D 0-43; I 0-1, 10/19/05, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #179: Passed 51-49: R 48-3; D 3-45; I 0-1, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #196: Adopted 51-50: R 48-3; D 2-46; I 0-1, With Vice President Cheney Casting A “Yea” Vote, 5/23/03, Clinton Voted Nay; H. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #83: Motion Rejected 49-51: R 48-2; D 1-49; I 0-0, 4/5/01, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #165: Passed 62-38: R 50-0; D 12-38, 5/23/01, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #170: Adopted 58-33: R 46-2; D 12-31, 5/26/01, Clinton Voted Nay)

Clinton Voted At Least 20 Times For Higher Taxes On Corporations. (S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #39: Rejected 50-50: R 5-50; D 44-0; I 1-0, 3/14/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #41: Rejected 46-54: R 1-54; D 44-0; I 1-0, 3/14/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #43: Rejected 45-53: R 1-53; D 43-0; I 1-0, 3/15/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #45: Rejected 43-55: R 0-54; D 42-1; I 1-0, 3/15/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #47: Rejected 43-53: R 0-53; D 42-0; I 1-0, 3/15/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #51: Rejected 44-53: R 1-53; D 42-0; I 1-0, 3/15/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #57: Motion Adopted 51-49: R 6-49; D 44-0; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #60: Rejected 48-49: R 5-49; D 42-0; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #61: Rejected 42-56: R 0-55; D 41-1; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #63: Rejected 46-54: R 2-53; D 43-1; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #64: Rejected 49-51: R 4-51; D 44-0; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #66: Rejected 48-52: R 3-52; D 44-0; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 83, CQ Vote #67: Rejected 46-53: R 2-52; D 43-1; I 1-0, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1637, CQ Vote #83: Motion Agreed To 60-39: R 51-0; D 8-39; I 1-0, 5/5/04, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 1054, CQ Vote #162: Motion Rejected 47-53: R 0-51; D 46-2; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #167: Motion Rejected 46-54: R 1-50; D 44-4; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #162: Motion Rejected 47-53: R 0-51; D 46-2; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #167: Motion Rejected 46-54: R 1-50; D 44-4; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 1054, CQ Vote #165: Motion Agreed To 75-25: R 51-0; D 23-25; I 1-0, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 1054, CQ Vote #175: Motion Rejected 37-63: R 2-49; D 35-13; I 0-1, 5/15/03, Clinton Voted Yea)

Clinton Voted Against Tax Cuts On Capital Gains At Least 13 Times. (H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #115: Motion Rejected 47-51: R 40-8; D 7-43, 5/21/01, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 476, CQ Vote #127: Motion Agreed To 62-38: R 14-37; D 47-1; I 1-0, 4/9/03, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #196: Adopted 51-50: R 48-3; D 2-46; I 0-1 With Vice President Dick Cheney Casting A “Yea” Vote, 5/23/03, Clinton Voted Nay; S. 2020, CQ Vote #333: Motion Rejected 40-59: R 1-54; D 38-5; I 1-0, 11/17/05, Clinton Voted Yea; S. 2020, CQ Vote #337: Motion Rejected 43-55: R 0-54; D 42-1; I 1-0, 11/17/05, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #7: Motion Rejected 44-53: R 1-52; D 42-1; I 1-0, 2/2/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #8: Motion Rejected 44-53: R 1-52; D 42-1; I 1-0; 2/2/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #15: Motion Rejected 40-53: R 1-52; D 39-1, 2/13/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #16: Motion Agreed To 53-47: R 51-4; D 2-42; I 0-1, 2/14/06, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #17: Motion Rejected 47-53: R 3-52; D 43-1; I 1-0, 2/14/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #18: Motion Rejected 45-55: R 1-54; D 43-1; I 1-0, 2/14/06, Clinton Voted Yea; H.R. 4297, CQ Vote #118: Adopted 54-44: R 51-3; D 3-40; I 0-1, 5/11/06, Clinton Voted Nay; S.Amdt.507 21, CQ Vote #83: Rejected 47-51: R 47-2; D 0-47; I 0-2, 3/21/07, Clinton Voted Nay)

Americans For Tax Reform Gave Clinton A Lifetime Rating Of 6.7 Out Of 100. (Americans For Tax Reform Website, Accessed 9/25/14)

The National Taxpayers Union Gave Clinton A Grade Of “F” For Her Fiscal Voting Record For Every Year She Was Senator, Garnering A Score Of 4 Percent In 2008.  (National Taxpayers Union Website, Accessed 9/8/14)


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