In order to find the result of a vote cast by Representative Royce, or any other member, follow the steps listed below. The Clerk of the House of Representatives updates a record of votes for each motion and piece of legislation that is submitted to the full House for a "roll call vote".
Visit the Clerk's Roll Call Vote webpage. "Roll", the far left column, will give you the number of the roll call vote. "Date", the next column, shows when the vote was cast. The “Issue” link takes you to an explanation of the measure being considered. The "Question" column explains whether the vote was regarding the final passage, an amendment, or otherwise noted. The "Result" column indicates the outcome of the vote with "P" denoting passed, "F" denoting failed, and "A" denoting that the amendment was agreed upon. The last column tells you the title and description of the measure. The votes are posted chronologically with the most recent votes at the top of the page.
To find a vote from earlier this year, find the list at the bottom left of the screen and click on the set of votes that interests you.
In order to see the full detail of the vote, click on the "Roll" number that corresponds with the vote or issue in which you are interested. Scrolling down, you will find a list of all of the "ayes" and "noes". Find "Royce" on either list, and it will correspond with how the Representative voted on this issue.
To find voting results from previous years:
Visit the Clerk's Historical Information page and the desired year and session of Congress from the menu on the right side of the page.
Other Voting Resources:
The C-Span Congressional Votes Library allows you to screen votes by both subject and date.
VoteSmart provides a profile of all the members of Congress, as well as how they voted on major issues.