Friday, November 30, 2007

Wonder how she voted?

Ever sit back and go, "Hey, I wonder how Congresswoman Nancy Boyda voted on the Native Hawaiian Reorganization Act of 2007. Where can I find out?"

Well, it's easy! 'Course, if you know the bill number going to this site is nice and simple, but if you're in a hurry, and you just want to scroll through the votes Rep. Boyda has cast, our suggestion is the Project Vote Smart web site.

Select, key votes cast by every member of the House and Senate are on display on the web site, as are ratings of individual members by special interest groups (no, none for Boyda yet, she hasn't been in office long enough). It's a great resource, and hours of entertainment for those with nothing better to do.

(She voted in favor of the Native Hawaiian Reorganization Act, by the way- it allowed Native Hawaiians the right to form a government that would be recognized by the feds, similar to the agreements the USA has with mainland Native American tribes).

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