Peter King on Cuba

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Voting Record

Sense of House - Opposition to Repression

In September of 2005, the House voted on a sense of the House regarding the July, 2005, measures of extreme repression on the part of the Cuban Government against members of Cubas prodemocracy movement. The measure passed 393-31. Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Sense of House on assembly

Expressing support to the organizers and participants of the historic meeting of the Assembly to Promote the Civil Society in Cuba on May 20, 1005, in Cuba. The measure passed 392-22. Peter King voted in favor of the amendment.

Peter King voted in favor of the amendment.

Sense of Congress - Anniversary of Crackdown

Expressing the sense of Congress regarding the two-year anniversary of the human rights crackdown in Cuba Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Sense of Congress - Human Rights Violations

In April of 2003, the House voted on a sense of the Senate regarding the systematic human rights violations in Cuba committed by the Castro regime; calling for the immediate release of all political prisoners and supporting free elections for Cuba. The measure passed 414-0. Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Sense of House - Human Rights

In April of 2001, the House voted on a sense expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the human rights situation in Cuba. The measure passed 347-44. Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

Peter King voted in favor of the sense of the House.

 

Sponsored and Cosponsored Legislation

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