The votes are in, but the fight is far from over

Congress has voted on the three NAFTA-style trade deals with Korea, Colombia, and Panama. See who voted against the deals and stood up for the American people and jobs, and who voted in favor of the job-killing trade pacts. Members of Congress that voted for these job-killing agreements – backed by Wall Street and America’s most notorious job-offshoring corporations and harmful to American workers, small business and consumers – will face a reckoning as the damage of these pacts hits home. We promise to closely track and publicize every development.

House of Representatives: Who voted right?

Voted against the Korea trade deal: the Complete List

Voted against the Colombia trade deal: the Complete List

Voted against the Panama trade deal: the Complete List

Senate: Who Voted Right?


Voted against the Korea trade deal: the Complete List

Voted against the Colombia trade deal: the Complete List

Voted against the Panama trade deal: the Complete list

 

house of representatives: Who Voted Wrong?


Voted in favor of the Korea trade deal: the Complete List

Voted in favor of the Colombia trade deal: the Complete List

Voted in favor of the Panama trade deal: the Complete List

Senate: Who Voted Wrong?

Voted in favor of the Korea trade deal: the Complete list

Voted in favor of the Colombia trade deal: the Complete list

Voted in favor of the Panama trade deal: the Complete list

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