If you're interested in seeing who voted for the (bloated) FY2011 budget that cut a mere $300 million from the federal budget, you may find the official roll call by clicking here. It passed 260-167.
One vote I found encouraging was Minnesota Rep. Cravaack's. Conservatives will appreciate that he voted in the negative. It is a refreshing vote that comes after the Congressman took a couple of votes that conservatives may not have taken.
Cravaack's statement on his vote was as follows:
"This long-term bill to fund the federal government moves the ball in the right direction and stands in stark contrast to the free spending ways of the most recent Congresses. However, it simply does not go far enough in addressing America's dire fiscal situation. We must act decisively to protect the economic health of our country, especially for future generations of Minnesotans. I do not believe this legislation made sufficient cuts, therefore I was unable to support it."
If you're interested in thanking Rep. Cravaack, you may call his office at 202-225-6211.