Voting Records

What We Track
We track key conservation bills and inform Minnesotans of their legislators' decisions.
Recent Votes & Actions
Senate voted Yes
Yes = 373 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 3030 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota will begin to reduce our waste stream and make new investments in clean drinking water projects and PFAS remediation, community tree planting grants, and more programs that protect and preserve our natural resources.

House voted Yes
Yes = 7070 DemocratsNo = 5656 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota will begin to reduce our waste stream and make new investments in clean drinking water projects and PFAS remediation, community tree planting grants, and more programs that protect and preserve our natural resources.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 439 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 2424 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means approving the recommended funding for projects that will help Minnesotans have more access to the Great Outdoors, provide clean drinking water, support water decontamination efforts, and celebrate the diverse history and people of Minnesota.

House voted Yes
Yes = 11546 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 1313 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means approving the recommended funding for projects that will help Minnesotans have more access to the Great Outdoors, provide clean drinking water, support water decontamination efforts, and celebrate the diverse history and people of Minnesota.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 407 Republicans | 33 DemocratsNo = 2424 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means adopting these policy changes to allow DNR to better protect and preserve Minnesota’s water, land, and natural resources for present and future generations.

House voted Yes
Yes = 722 Republicans | 70 DemocratsNo = 5858 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means adopting these policy changes to allow DNR to better protect and preserve Minnesota’s water, land, and natural resources for present and future generations.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 417 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 2525 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote passes HF3377 off the House floor with nearly $80 million in funding for projects across the state to protect, conserve, preserve, and enhance Minnesota’s air, water, land, wildlife, and other natural resources.

House voted Yes
Yes = 9425 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 3535 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote passes the bill off the House floor with nearly $80 million in funding for projects across the state to protect, conserve, preserve, and enhance Minnesota’s air, water, land, wildlife, and other natural resources.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 373 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 3030 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota will begin to reduce our waste stream and make new investments in clean drinking water projects and PFAS remediation, community tree planting grants, and more programs that protect and preserve our natural resources.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 439 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 2424 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means approving the recommended funding for projects that will help Minnesotans have more access to the Great Outdoors, provide clean drinking water, support water decontamination efforts, and celebrate the diverse history and people of Minnesota.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 407 Republicans | 33 DemocratsNo = 2424 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means adopting these policy changes to allow DNR to better protect and preserve Minnesota’s water, land, and natural resources for present and future generations.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 417 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 2525 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote passes HF3377 off the House floor with nearly $80 million in funding for projects across the state to protect, conserve, preserve, and enhance Minnesota’s air, water, land, wildlife, and other natural resources.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 5622 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 1111 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 669 and over $600 million in bonding is approved for natural resources and water infrastructure projects across Minnesota.  

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 3434 DemocratsNo = 3333 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 1938 and aid is approved for recycling, soil and water conservation, energy transition grants, and public land acquisition tax recovery.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 362 Republicans | 34 DemocratsNo = 2929 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF, approves the ballot question for the 2024 election and Minnesotans are given the opportunity to renew the lottery dedication for the ENRTF.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 351 Republican | 34 DemocratsNo = 3232 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 2310 and budgets and policy are approved for environment and energy agencies.

House voted Yes
Yes = 7070 DemocratsNo = 5656 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means Minnesota will begin to reduce our waste stream and make new investments in clean drinking water projects and PFAS remediation, community tree planting grants, and more programs that protect and preserve our natural resources.

House voted Yes
Yes = 11546 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 1313 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means approving the recommended funding for projects that will help Minnesotans have more access to the Great Outdoors, provide clean drinking water, support water decontamination efforts, and celebrate the diverse history and people of Minnesota.

House voted Yes
Yes = 722 Republicans | 70 DemocratsNo = 5858 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means adopting these policy changes to allow DNR to better protect and preserve Minnesota’s water, land, and natural resources for present and future generations.

House voted Yes
Yes = 9425 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 3535 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote passes the bill off the House floor with nearly $80 million in funding for projects across the state to protect, conserve, preserve, and enhance Minnesota’s air, water, land, wildlife, and other natural resources.

House voted Yes
Yes = 9727 Republicans | 70 DemocratsNo = 3535 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 669 and over $600 million in bonding is approved for natural resources and water infrastructure projects across Minnesota.  

House voted Yes
Yes = 8920 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 4141 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF, approves the ballot question for the 2024 election, and Minnesotans are given the opportunity to renew the lottery dedication for the ENRTF.

House voted Yes
Yes = 6969 DemocratsNo = 6363 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 1938, providing aid for recycling, soil and water conservation, energy transition grants, and public land acquisition tax recovery.

House voted Yes
Yes = 723 Republicans | 69 DemocratsNo = 5757 Republicans

What a yes means

A "yes" vote passes HF 2310, and historic investments and policies are approved for environment and energy agencies.