Congressman Adam Smith

Representing the 9th District of Washington

Voting Record

Date Roll Call Bill Vote Title
6/23/2017 322 H.R.2842 Yea On Passage: Accelerating Individuals into the Workforce Act
6/23/2017 321 H.R.2842 No On Agreeing to the Amendment:
6/23/2017 320 H.R.2842 Aye On Agreeing to the Amendment:
6/22/2017 319 H.R.1654 No On Passage: Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act
6/22/2017 318 H.R.1654 Aye On Agreeing to the Amendment:
6/22/2017 317 H.RES.396 No On Agreeing to the Resolution: Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 2842) to provide for the conduct of demonstration projects to test the effectiveness of subsidized employment for TANF recipients, and providing for consideration of motions to suspend the rules.
6/22/2017 316 H.RES.396 Nay On Ordering the Previous Question: Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 2842) to provide for the conduct of demonstration projects to test the effectiveness of subsidized employment for TANF recipients, and providing for consideration of motions to suspend the rules.
6/21/2017 315 H.R.1873 No On Passage: Electricity Reliability and Forest Protection Act
6/21/2017 314 H.R.1873 Aye On Agreeing to the Amendment:
6/21/2017 313 H.RES.392 No On Agreeing to the Resolution: Providing for consideration of H.R. 1873, the Electricity and Reliability and Forest Protection Act; and H.R.1654, the Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act

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Missed Votes

In late January 2016, I underwent a hip replacement procedure to correct problems stemming from my October 2014 hip surgery.  In late 2014 and early 2015, I had two hip surgeries, one on each hip. I encountered ongoing difficulties with my recovery from the first surgery, necessitating a further procedure.

As I recuperated, I continued to closely monitor legislative activity in the U.S. House, consistently submitted for the Congressional Record how I would have voted on any legislation considered in the House, and maximized the number of in-district meetings I took while in Washington state. Throughout my recovery, my staff remained engaged in the community and continued to take meetings in D.C.

Due to the procedure, and the medical concerns related to traveling, I unavoidably missed votes in the U.S. House.  For every vote taken by the House during my absence, I am committed to ensuring that my constituents have access to the appropriate records so they know where I stand on the issues.  My position on each matter considered during my time away appears in the Congressional Record and is accessible through my congressional website:

2014 Missed Votes:

2015 Missed Votes

2016 Missed Votes

2017 Missed Votes

I also want to thank everyone who reached out to me and my office to wish me well in my recovery.  The outpouring of support has meant a lot to me and helped to keep my spirits up during the procedure and recovery.