President John Quincy Adams's Record on Roll Call Votes in the 19th House of Representatives
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This page compiles President John Quincy Adams's record on U.S. House of Representatives roll call votes. Presidents do not vote in the House, but they may show what side they're on.
This data is part of a larger project to identify the policy preferences of all U.S. Presidents.
|Vote#||Description asc / dsc||Bill/Res||Pres "Vote"||Pres Notes||More info|| |
|h19v110||TO PASS S. 48, (APP. 3-2-27) (0), AN ACT TO GRANT A QUANTITY OF LAND TO ILLINOIS FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING THE OPENING OF A CANAL TO CONNECT THE ILLINOIS RIVER TO LAKE MICHIGAN. (P. 375--R.D.-1510)||S48||1||Yea vote|
Signed March 2, 1827
- Highlighted words in vote descriptions are just are coding aids.
- Pres Votes: 1 (Yea) 6 (Nay) 9 (Not voting, not shown)