Bryan Watch: July 2021
Ten votes in Congress this week after the House came back from vacation. Eight were party line, and as usual, Rep. Steil always answered at his party’s call.
Bryan Watch: June III
The big vote this week was on H Res 503, which established a Select Committee to investigate the January 6 attack on the Capitol. Steil sustained his record as a Trump toady by refusing to investigate what happened (RC 197, June 29). The only Republicans to support finding the truth were Liz Cheney (WY) and Adam Kinzinger (IL).
Bryanwatch - June 2021 II
A fairly slow week in Congress, with only 13 votes. Ten of them were party line and Representative Steil voted with the Republicans every time. On the one vote where Republicans were fairly evenly split (RC 177), Steil actually sided with the conservatives.
Bryanwatch - June 2021 - I
There were a total of 16 votes this week, 12 of them party line. Steil voted with the Republican party most of the time (11 for 12).
Bryan Watch - May 2021 II
To wrap the week, , the House followed up the January 6 Commission with a bill to improve security at the Capitol Complex. Republicans, to a person (including Steil), voted against making the very buildings they work in safer. Yes, that really happened (RC 156, May 20)
Bryan Watch: May 2021 - I
A fairly slow week in Washington last week, as Congress only cast 10 votes. Eight of them were party line, and Rep Steil voted with the Republican caucus 7 out of 8 times.
BryanWatch: April II
A relatively slow week for Congress, with only 14 votes this week, 10 of them party line. As usual, Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans 100 percent of the time this week.
Bryan Watch: April 2021
After a three week hiatus, the House of Representatives was back last week. There were 23 votes, but only seven (7) of them were party line votes. Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans on all seven of them. As usual, Republicans voted en masse against considering HR 7, the Paycheck Fairness Act and HR 1195, the Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act. (RC 102 and 103, April 14)