Representative Paul Mitchell


photo of Representative Paul Mitchell
Party:Republican
State:Michigan (District 10)
Joined the House:2017
Left the House:Incumbent (term ends 2019)
Birth Date:May 8, 1961
Phone:202-225-2106
Contact:Web form
URL:Official site
Fundraising History:Open Secrets
Election History:Ballotpedia
Biography:Wikipedia


Summary of voting record: Representative Mitchell opposes taxing businesses, environmental protection, financial sector regulation, public health, increasing revenues, taxing the wealthy, women's rights .
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Voting Record: Paul Mitchell


Favors
the middle class
0% of the time
 
 
Economics scale
 
Favors
the wealthy
100% of the time


 
Favors
broad civil rights
0% of the time
 
 
Social Policy scale
 
Favors
narrow civil rights
100% of the time


 

Specific Policy Areas


supports
Taxing the Wealthy
0% of the time
 
Taxing the Wealthy scale
Title: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (2017 roll call h699)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-12-20 Weight: 10
Scoring explanation: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act massively cut taxes on the wealthy.

supports
Women's Rights
0% of the time
 
Women's Rights scale
Title: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (2017 roll call h549)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-10-03 Weight: 4
Scoring explanation: Attempt to criminalize the performance of an abortion of a fetus over 20 weeks

Title: Bill to prohibit private insurance companies from covering abortion (2017 roll call h65)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-01-24 Weight: 8

Title: Resolution to permit blocking HHS from funding organizations that provide family planning services (2017 roll call h99)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-02-16 Weight: 8

supports
Increasing Revenues
0% of the time
 
Increasing Revenues scale
Title: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (2017 roll call h699)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-12-20 Weight: 10
Scoring explanation: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act cut revenues enough to increase the debt by an estimated $1 trillion, even considering growth generated.

supports
Public Health
0% of the time
 
Public Health scale
Title: Resolution to permit blocking HHS from funding organizations that provide family planning services (2017 roll call h99)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-02-16 Weight: 4

supports
Environmental Protection
0% of the time
 
Environmental Protection scale
Title: Expressing disapproval of the ANWAR environmental protections (2017 roll call h98)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-02-16 Weight: 1

supports
Financial Sector Regulation
0% of the time
 
Financial Sector Regulation scale
Title: SEC Regulatory Accountability Act curtailing the regulatory powers of the SEC (2017 roll call h51)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-01-12 Weight: 2

supports
Taxing Businesses
0% of the time
 
Taxing Businesses scale
Title: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (2017 roll call h699)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-12-20 Weight: 10
Scoring explanation: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act massively cut taxes on businesses.



Updated: January 15, 2018Methodology


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