Both Senate and House votes are recorded and maintained in the Congressional Record and available for public review. These records can be accessed both online and in print.
The official record of congressional votes is the Congressional Record. This publication is a daily account of the proceedings in Congress. It features a list of representative votes that is available the day after the vote takes place. For those who desire more time-sensitive access to Senate voting records, the U.S. Senate provides voting tallies within an hour of a vote on its website. The website also features the text of the legislation for which votes are taken for complete public review.