Presidential Vetoes: Washington - Obama
Last Update: Data through November 5, 2014 (113th Congress, 2nd Session)
Citation: Gerhard Peters. "Presidential Vetoes." The American Presidency Project. Ed. John T. Woolley and Gerhard Peters. Santa Barbara, CA: University of California. 1999-2014. Available from the World Wide Web: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/data/vetoes.php.
1 Percentage following election. Partisan divisions naturally change in the middle of a session due to mid-term vacancies.
2 Veto success rate only includes regular vetoes. "Pocket Vetoes" can only occur after a session of Congress has adjourned and can not be overridden by Congress.
3 For the purposes of calculating the Democratic share of the Senate in the 111th and 112th Congresses the APP includes the two independent Senators (Lieberman-CT and Sanders-VT) since they caucus with the Democrats.
4 For the purpose of calculating the Democratic share of the Senate in the 113th & 114th Congresses, the APP includes the independent Senators Sanders (VT) and King (ME) because they caucus with the Democrats.
5 Final voting share percentages will be listed once recounts and runoff elections take place and all contests are certified.
• House Partisan Divisions adapted from the Office of the Clerk of the United States House of Representatives.
• Senate Partisan Divisions adapted from the United States Senate Historical Office.
• 1789 - 1945 vetoes data obtained from "Presidential Vetoes, 1789-1988" (Washington, D.C.: Government
Printing Office, 1992).
• 1945 - present vetoes data compiled by Gerhard Peters, The American Presidency Project.