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This page compiles presidential positions for one term of U.S. Senate roll call votes. It is part of a larger project to identify the policy preferences of all U.S. Presidents.

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President's Positions on 16th Senate Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesMore info 
s16v21TO PASS S. 18. (P.489)S1Yea vote
Req 150011
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s16v78TO CONCUR IN 7TH SECTION TO S. 6 (6 STAT. 255, 2/9/1821), AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE COLUMBIAN COLLEGE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WHICH SECTION PROVIDES THAT THERE BE NO RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION IN ELECTING TRUSTEES OR ADMITTING STUDENTS. (P.1S1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 9, 1981 per record, is a private bill
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s16v86TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD READING OF S. 16 (3 STAT. 612, 3/2/1821), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE RELIEF OF PUBLIC LAND PURCHASERS. (P.333B)S1Yea vote
Req 160012
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Notes:
  • Highlighted words in vote descriptions are just are coding aids.
  • Pres Vote 1 (Yea) 6 (Nay) 9 (Not voting)