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Vote number 2003-212 targeting 100,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles by 2010
on Jun 10, 2003 regarding bill S.14
Results:

Dorgan Amdt. No. 865; To require that the hydrogen commercialization plan of the Department of Energy include a description of activities to support certain hydrogen technology deployment goals. Part of S 14 Energy Omnibus bill; this vote would pass an amendment that would call for the Department of Energy to set targets and timelines to maintain the production of 100,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles by 2010, and 2.5 million vehicles annually by 2020. It also would call for the department to set targets for the sale of hydrogen at fueling stations. The bill would require the Energy secretary to submit a yearly progress report to Congress.

Categorized under Energy & Oil

Voting YES counts for 2 points on VoteMatch question 18:
Replace coal & oil with alternatives;
Voting NO counts for -2 points on VoteMatch question 18.

Voting YES counts as answer A on AmericansElect question 2;
Voting NO counts as answer D on AmericansElect question 2

Energy: When you think about Americas energy needs, which of the following solutions comes closest to your opinion?
  • A: Strong investment in renewable energy like wind and solar
  • B: More drilling than investment in renewables (mix of both solutions)
  • C: More investment in renewable than drilling (mix of both solutions)
  • D: Strong focus on offshore drilling and allowing drilling in federal lands including wildlife reserves
  • E: Unsure


Democrats voting on 2003-212

Max Baucus YESMT Democratic Sr Senator
Barbara Boxer YESCA Democratic Jr Senator
John Breaux YESLA Former Democratic incumbent; retired 2004
Robert Byrd YESWV Former Democratic Senator
Maria Cantwell YESWA Democratic Jr Senator
Tom Carper YESDE Democratic Sr Senator
Hillary Clinton YESNY Former Democratic Senator (NY); now Secretary of State
Jon Corzine YESNJ Former Democratic Senator (now Governor)
Tom Daschle YESSD Former Democratic Senator
Mark Dayton YESMN Former Democratic Senator (Retired 2006)
Richard Durbin YESIL Democratic Sr Senator
Russell Feingold YESWI Former Democratic Senator
Dianne Feinstein YESCA Democratic Sr Senator
Bob Graham YESFL Former Democratic Senator; retired 2004
Tom Harkin YESIA Democratic Jr Senator
Fritz Hollings YESSC Former Democratic Sr Senator; retired 2004
Daniel Inouye YESHI Democratic Sr Senator
Tim Johnson YESSD Democratic Sr Senator
Ted Kennedy YESMA Former Democrat Senator (until 2009)
John Kerry YESMA Democratic Sr Senator
Mary Landrieu YESLA Democratic Sr Senator
Frank Lautenberg YESNJ Democratic Sr Senator
Patrick Leahy YESVT Democratic Sr Senator
Carl Levin YESMI Democratic Sr Senator
Blanche Lambert Lincoln YESAR Former Democratic Senator
Barbara Mikulski YESMD Democratic Sr Senator
Zell Miller NOGA Former Democratic Senator; retired 2004
Patty Murray YESWA Democratic Sr Senator
Ben Nelson YESNE Democratic Sr Senator
Bill Nelson YESFL Democratic Sr Senator
Mark Pryor YESAR Democratic Sr Senator
Jack Reed YESRI Democratic Sr Senator
Harry Reid YESNV Democratic Sr Senator
John Rockefeller YESWV Democratic Sr Senator
Paul Sarbanes YESMD Former Democrat Senator (Retired 2006)
Charles Schumer YESNY Democratic Sr Senator
Arlen Specter YESPA Former Democratic incumbent (elected as Republican)
Debbie Stabenow YESMI Democratic Jr Senator
Ron Wyden YESOR Democratic Sr Senator


Republicans voting on 2003-212

Lamar Alexander NOTN Republican Sr Senator
George Allen NOVA Republican Challenger
Robert Bennett NOUT Former Republican Senator
Conrad Burns YESMT Former Republican Senator (MT, 1989-2007)
Ben Nighthorse Campbell YESCO Former Republican incumbent; retired 2004
Lincoln Chafee YESRI Former Republican Senator (Lost re-election, 2006)
Saxby Chambliss NOGA Republican Sr Senator
Thad Cochran NOMS Republican Sr Senator
Susan Collins YESME Republican Jr Senator
John Cornyn NOTX Republican Jr Senator
Michael Crapo NOID Republican Sr Senator
Mike DeWine YESOH Former Republican Senator (lost re-election, 2006)
John Ensign YESNV Republican Jr Senator
Michael Enzi NOWY Republican Sr Senator
Peter Fitzgerald NOIL Former Republican incumbent; retired 2004
Bill Frist NOTN Former Republican Senator (retired 2006)
Lindsey Graham YESSC Republican Sr Senator
Chuck Grassley YESIA Republican Sr Senator
Orrin Hatch NOUT Republican Sr Senator
James Inhofe NOOK Republican Sr Senator
Trent Lott NOMS Former Republican Senator (MS, 1989-2007)
Richard Lugar YESIN Republican Sr Senator
John McCain YESAZ Republican Sr Senator
Mitch McConnell NOKY Republican Sr Senator
Lisa Murkowski NOAK Republican Sr Senator
Don Nickles NOOK Former Republican incumbent; retired 2004
Pat Roberts YESKS Republican Sr Senator
Rick Santorum YESPA Former Republican Senator (lost re-election, 2006)
Jeff Sessions YESAL Republican Sr Senator
Richard Shelby NOAL Republican Jr Senator
Olympia Snowe YESME Republican Sr Senator
Jim Talent NOMO Former Republican Jr Senator (MO, 2002-2007)
Craig Thomas NOWY Former Republican Senator (deceased in office 2007)


Independents voting on 2003-212

Jim Jeffords YESVT Former Independent Senator (retired 2006)



Total votes recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: YES 38; NO 1
Republicans: YES 14; NO 19
Independents: YES 1; NO 0