How do they vote?

Voted very strongly for

What does this mean?

Voted very strongly against

What does this mean?

Please note that our voting records start in 2006.

Rebel votes

James McGrath has never voted against the majority of their party since entering Parliament in July 2014. explain rebellions

Free votes

James McGrath has taken part in 1 free vote since entering Parliament in July 2014. explain “Free Votes”

  1. edited 7th Dec 2018
    Senate

    James McGrath voted Yes in this free vote

    Not passed by a modest majority

    No rebellions 70% attendance

Recent Votes

Recent votes in parliament that this Senator could have attended.

  1. edited 8 days ago
    Senate

    James McGrath voted No

    Not passed by a large majority

    No rebellions 87% attendance

  2. edited 9 days ago
    Senate

    James McGrath voted Yes

    Passed by a large majority

    No rebellions 91% attendance

  3. edited 8 days ago
    Senate

    James McGrath voted No

    Not passed by a large majority

    No rebellions 89% attendance

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Possible Friends

Shows which Senators voted most similarly to this one in the 2013 (current) Parliament. This is measured from 0% agreement (never voted the same) to 100% (always voted the same). Only votes that both Senators attended are counted. This may reveal relationships between Senators that were previously unsuspected. Or it may be nonsense.

Agreement Name State Party
100% Alex Antic SA Liberal Party
100% Andrew Bragg NSW Liberal Party
100% Claire Chandler Tasmania Liberal Party
100% Perin Davey NSW National Party
100% Susan McDonald Queensland National Party
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