[Congressional Record Volume 156, Number 87 (Thursday, June 10, 2010)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Pages E1074-E1075]
From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]

                          PERSONAL EXPLANATION


                            HON. KEN CALVERT

                             of california

                    in the house of representatives

                        Thursday, June 10, 2010

  Mr. CALVERT. Madam Speaker, June 8, 2010 was primary Election Day in 
my state of California, which necessitated my remaining in my 
congressional district on Tuesday, June 8, 2010, through Wednesday, 
June 9, 2010. Consequently, I was unable to return in time for rollcall 
votes 337 through 346.
  I ask the Record to reflect that had I been present I would have 
voted as follows:
  1. On rollcall No. 337, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 8) (H.R. 
1061, Hoh Indian Tribe Safe Homelands Act).
  2. On rollcall No. 338, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 8) (H. Res. 
518, Honoring the life of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, explorer, researcher, 
and pioneer in the field of marine conservation).
  3. On rollcall No. 339, I would have voted ``no'' (June 9) (Motion on 
Ordering the Previous Question on the Rule for H.R. 5072--FHA Reform 
Act of 2010 (H. Res. 1424).
  4. On rollcall No. 340, I would have voted ``no'' (June 9) (On 
Agreeing to the Resolution Providing for the consideration of the bill 
H.R. 5072, the FHA Reform Act).
  5. On rollcall No. 341, I would have voted ``no'' (June 9) (H. Res. 
989--Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the 
United States should adopt national policies and pursue international 
agreements to prevent ocean acidification, to study the impacts of 
ocean acidification, and to address the effects of ocean acidification 
on marine ecosystems and coastal economies).
  6. On rollcall No. 342, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 9) (H. Res. 
1178--Directing the Clerk of the House of Representatives to compile 
the cost estimates prepared by the Congressional Budget Office which 
are included in reports filed by committees of the House on approved 
legislation and post such estimates on the official public Internet 
site of the Office of the Clerk).
  7. On rollcall No. 343, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 9) (On the 
Motion to Instruct Conferees on H.R. 4173--Wall Street Reform and 
Consumer Protection Act of 2009 which instructs the House Conferees to 
end the culture of bailouts embedded in the bill.
  8. On rollcall No. 344, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 9) (H. Res. 
1330--Recognizing June 8, 2010, as World Ocean Day).

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  9. On rollcall No. 345, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 9) (H.R. 
5278--To designate the ``President Ronald W. Reagan Post Office 
Building'' in Dixon, Illinois).
  10. On rollcall No. 346, I would have voted ``aye'' (June 9) (H.R. 
5133--To designate the ``Staff Sergeant Frank T. Carvill and Lance 
Corporal Michael A. Schwarz Post Office Building'' in Carlstadt, New