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General Information and Voter Stats

Bass, Karen (D) - California

Next Election
Seniority 2 years
Missed Votes 4.12 %
Votes with Party 93.61 %

Campaign Donation Information

Corporate Donations (2012)
ContributorTotal
American Postal Workers Union $6,000
Boilermakers Union $6,000
American Assn for Justice $5,000
Belkin International $5,000
FedEx Corp $5,000
Industry Donations (2012)
ContributorTotal
Health Professionals $25,750
Industrial Unions $18,000
Lawyers/Law Firms $17,738
TV/Movies/Music $16,498
Public Sector Unions $13,500

 

Corporate Donations (2010)
ContributorTotal
California Assn of Physician Groups $12,650
National Amusements Inc $12,600
Time Warner $12,600
Service Employees International Union $11,300
FedEx Corp $11,000
Industry Donations (2010)
ContributorTotal
Health Professionals $73,700
TV/Movies/Music $52,400
Lawyers/Law Firms $48,650
Real Estate $33,400
Building Trade Unions $31,900

 

Corporate Donations (Career)
ContributorTotal
Service Employees International Union $16,300
FedEx Corp $16,000
American Assn for Justice $15,000
Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $15,000
Time Warner $13,600
Industry Donations (Career)
ContributorTotal
Health Professionals $92,700
TV/Movies/Music $66,648
Lawyers/Law Firms $65,638
Real Estate $38,900
Public Sector Unions $38,750

 

Affiliated Bills (Sponsor, etc.)

*If this person has sponsored or co-sponsored any bills, they will appear below*

112 HR 1043 IH: Reduce Unnecessary Spending Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1077 IH: Cooking Helps Elevate Futures Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1116 IH: Respect for Marriage Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1128 IH: Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Preparedness Planning Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1129 IH: Homeland Security Grant Management Improvement Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1269 IH: National Women’s History Museum Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1519 IH: Paycheck Fairness Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1537 IH: Uniting American Families Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1689 IH: Big Oil Welfare Repeal Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1796 IH: Reuniting Families Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1873 IH: Arbitration Fairness Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1876 IH: Healthy Families Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1880 IH: Status Report on the 30th Anniversary of HIV/AIDS Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1886 IH: Export Freedom to Cuba Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1964 IH: Conservation Easement Incentive Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2012 IH: Foster Care Mentoring Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2019 IH: Transportation Opportunity and Accountability Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2022 IH: To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to conduct a study on the recruitment and retention of foster parents in the United States. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2065 IH: Second Chance for Ex-Offenders Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2191 IH: Home Inspection Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2527 IH: National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2535 IH: College Literacy in Finance and Economics Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2639 IH: Global Democracy Promotion Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2663 IH: America Pays Its Bills Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2669 IH: Stop Tax Haven Abuse Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2678 IH: Communities of Color Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2688 IH: Runaway Reporting Improvement Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2729 IH: Health IT Modernization for Underserved Communities Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2730 IH: Strengthening the Child Welfare Response to Human Trafficking Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2792 IH: African Higher Education Advancement and Development Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2801 IH: E–SAFETI Task Force Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2835 IH: Joint Select Committee on Job Creation Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2914 IH: Emergency Jobs to Restore the American Dream Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2948 IH: Fix America’s Schools Today (FAST) Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 2954 IH: Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3067 IH: Accelerating the End of Breast Cancer Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3333 IH: Foster Children Opportunity Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3435 IH: STOP Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3437 IH: Eva M. Clayton Fellows Program Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3486 IH: Speak Out to Stop Child Abuse Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3658 IH: Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3741 IH: Rilya Wilson Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3743 IH: Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Continuation Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3757 IH: Securing Health for Ocean Resources and Environment Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 3892 IH: To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 8771 Auburn Folsom Road in Roseville, California, as the “Private First Class Victor A. Dew Post Office”. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4010 IH: Disclosure of Information on Spending on Campaigns Leads to Open and Secure Elections Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4062 IH: To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 1444 Main Street in Ramona, California, as the “Nelson Mac MacWilliams Post Office Building”. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4105 IH: To apply the countervailing duty provisions of the Tariff Act of 1930 to nonmarket economy countries, and for other purposes. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4141 IH: International Food Assistance Improvement Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4389 IH: To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 19 East Merced Street in Fowler, California, as the “Cecil E. Bolt Post Office”. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 4609 IH: Social Security Equality Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5691 IH: Overdraft Protection Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5711 IH: Access to Substance Abuse Treatment Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5799 IH: To modernize voter registration, promote access to voting for individuals with disabilities, protect the ability of individuals to exercise the right to vote in elections for Federal office, and for other purposes. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5831 IH: Levee Vegetation Review Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5871 IH: A Plus Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5876 IH: Increasing Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5884 IH: Homeownership Preservation Education Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5895 IH: Graduate Success Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 589 IH: Emergency Unemployment Compensation Expansion Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5901 IH: Catching Up To 1968 Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5905 IH: International Violence Against Women Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5976 IH: TIGER Grants for Job Creation Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 5986 IH: To amend the African Growth and Opportunity Act to extend the third-country fabric program and to add South Sudan to the list of countries eligible for designation under that Act, to make technical corrections to the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States relating to the textile and apparel rules of origin for the Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement, to approve the renewal of import restrictions contained in the Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act of 2003, and for other purposes. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6063 IH: Child Protection Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6116 IH: To amend the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands to provide for direct appeals to the United States Supreme Court of decisions of the Virgin Islands Supreme Court. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6121 IH: The Victory for Veterans Stamp Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6138 IH: Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6166 IH: To designate the United States courthouse located at 333 West Broadway Street in San Diego, California, as the “James M. Carter and Judith N. Keep United States Courthouse”. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6211 IH: Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6257 IH: United States Civil Rights Trail Special Resource Study Act of 2012 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 6311 IH: Stop Overdose Stat Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 780 IH: Responsible End to the War in Afghanistan Act (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 793 IH: To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 12781 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Inverness, California, as the “Specialist Jake Robert Velloza Post Office”. (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 923 IH: Veterans Pensions Protection Act of 2011 (Introduced-in-House)

112 HR 1002 RH: Wireless Tax Fairness Act of 2011 (Reported-in-House)

112 HR 1466 RH: To resolve the status of certain persons legally residing in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands under the immigration laws of the United States. (Reported-in-House)

112 HR 470 RH: Hoover Power Allocation Act of 2011 (Reported-in-House)

112 HR 6063 RH: Child Protection Act of 2012 (Reported-in-House)

112 HCON 130 IH: Honoring and praising the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on the occasion of its 103rd anniversary. ( )

112 HCON 88 IH: Honoring Brigadier General Hazel Winifred Johnson-Brown, the first African-American woman to hold the rank of General in the United States Armed Forces. ( )

112 HJ 69 IH: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women. ( )

112 HRES 148 IH: Supporting the goals of International Women’s Day. ( )

112 HRES 172 IH: Expressing heartfelt condolences and support for assistance to the people of Japan and all those affected in the aftermath of the deadly earthquake and tsunamis of March 11, 2011. ( )

112 HRES 181 IH: Honoring the memory of Christina-Taylor Green by encouraging schools to teach civic education and civil discourse in public schools. ( )

112 HRES 240 IH: Commending President Barack Obama and the men and women of the military and intelligence agencies (JSOC) for the successful completion of the operation that led to the death of Osama bin Laden. ( )

112 HRES 242 IH: Recognizing May as “National Foster Care Month”. ( )

112 HRES 258 IH: Honoring and supporting women in the Middle East and North Africa for their bravery and leadership and calling on the United States Government and the international community to recognize their vital role in democracy movements and promote the rights and empowerment of women and girls in the region. ( )

112 HRES 348 IH: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that critical jobs legislation should be considered and passed to address the growing jobs crisis throughout America, and for other purposes. ( )

112 HRES 361 IH: Concerning efforts to provide humanitarian relief to mitigate the effects of drought and avert famine in the Horn of Africa, particularly Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Kenya. ( )

112 HRES 364 IH: Designating room HVC 215 of the Capitol Visitor Center as the “Gabriel Zimmerman Meeting Room”. ( )

112 HRES 432 IH: Celebrating the life and achievements of Reverend Fred Lee Shuttlesworth and honoring him for his tireless efforts in the fight against segregation and his steadfast commitment to the civil rights of all people. ( )

112 HRES 433 IH: Supporting the goals and ideals of National Adoption Day and National Adoption Month by promoting national awareness of adoption and the children in foster care awaiting families, celebrating children and families involved in adoption, recognizing current programs and efforts designed to promote adoption, and encouraging people in the United States to seek improved safety, permanency, and well-being for all children. ( )

112 HRES 452 IH: Recognizing the importance labor unions play in ensuring a strong middle class by advocating for more equitable wages, humane work conditions, improved benefits, and increased civic engagement by everyday workers. ( )

112 HRES 510 IH: Recognizing the anniversary of the tragic earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010, honoring those who lost their lives, and expressing continued solidarity with the Haitian people. ( )

112 HRES 521 IH: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should work with the Government of Haiti to address gender-based violence against women and children. ( )

112 HRES 542 IH: Condemning the passage of legislation that would unduly burden an American citizen’s ability to vote and opposing any State election law or proposed legislation that would have a disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities across the country. ( )

112 HRES 621 IH: Recognizing the significance of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month in May as an important time to celebrate the significant contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the Nation’s history. ( )

112 HRES 659 IH: Recognizing the goals and ideals of National Foster Care Month. ( )

112 HRES 693 IH: Expressing support for designation of June as “National Family Reunification Month”. ( )

112 HRES 733 IH: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that any deal replacing the Budget Control Act of 2011 should contain serious revenue increases and no Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security benefit cuts. ( )

112 HRES 737 IH: Supporting the goals and ideals of National Clinicians HIV/AIDS Testing and Awareness Day, and for other purposes. ( )

112 HRES 785 IH: Condemning the discrimination, hate crimes, racism, bigotry, bullying and brutal violence perpetrated against Sikh-Americans, and all acts of vandalism against Sikh Gurdwaras in the United States. ( )

112 HRES 85 IH: Supporting the democratic aspirations of the Ivoirian people and calling on the United States to apply intense diplomatic pressure and provide humanitarian support in response to the political crisis in Côte d’Ivoire. ( )