John Heckenlively

John Heckenlively

How does it work?
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about 18 hours ago
    Game Changes 2020

    Game Changes 2020

    Democrats Change Rules in Caucus States
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 5 days ago
    Bryan Watch: Jan 2020

    Bryan Watch: Jan 2020

    Here we go, the first Steil Watch of 2020. had to wait until there were enough votes to cover.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 27 days ago
    Steil's First Year

    Steil's First Year

    Since we are wrapping up Bryan Steil’s first year in the House, it seems like a good time for a review. So here are the top votes for each month, to give you a feel for Steil’s record.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 27 days ago
    Bryan Watch: Xmas Edition

    Bryan Watch: Xmas Edition

    Let’s start with the obvious news of the week: At 8:32 PM Eastern Standard Time on December 18, Donald Trump became the third US President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. The first article, regarding Trump’s quid pro quo deal with the Ukranians, passed 230 to 197, with only two Democrats (Collin Peterson and Jeff Van Drew) voting no. Every single Republican sided with Donald Trump. The second article, regarding obstruction of Congress, passed 229 to 198, with Peterson, Van Drew and Jared Golden of Maine against. Every single Republican voted in favor of allowing the President to hinder a congressional investigation.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a month ago
    Bryan Watch: Dec Wk2

    Bryan Watch: Dec Wk2

    The big vote during the second week of December was on HR 3, the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act. As the title suggests, the bill is designed to lower consumer drug prices by forcing Medicare to negotiate for lower prices. Steil joined all but two other Republicans (Fitzpatrick and Herrera Beutler, frequent dissenters) in voting against lower drug prices for consumers. (RC 682, Dec 12)
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a month ago
    Bryan Watch: Dec Week 1

    Bryan Watch: Dec Week 1

    Other than the Judiciary Committee starting hearings that are almost certain to end with articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, it was a relatively slow week in Congress. There were only 12 votes this week, but eight of them were party line.