Congressional Resources

Government websites can be complicated and convoluted. The Sanders Institute has brought together a number of links that may be useful as you navigate these websites.

Senate

A list of the Senators and their contact information.

The Senate raw vote tallies. On this page, you can click on the bill number to get the roll call votes only an hour or two after they are completed, so the public can see how their Senators voted.

A glimpse into what is happening legislatively at the moment. This page details the popiular titles and subjects of legislation, agency authorization, program authorization, appropriations and budget for the fiscal year, and other key areas. This page is updated frequenlty and can be used as a resource to understand what the Senate is discussing and will be discussing. 

House of Representatives 

A list of Members of Congress and their contact information.

The House of Representative raw vote tallies. On this page, you can click on the bill number to get the roll call votes only an hour or two after they are completed, so the public can see how their Members of Congress voted.

The House of Representative's main webpage includes links to the most viewed bills, bill searches and lists, and the current legislative activities.

Library of Congress

The official Library of Congress website with trending searches and other academic research.