Here they are, see for yourself!
Barack Obama's voting record from votesmart.org
John McCain's voting record from votesmart.org.
These are some things I noticed, some surprising, some not so much. It pretty much confirms everyone's suspicions that Obama is a Democrat, and McCain is a Republican. I tried to be unbiased in what I posted here, but it was hard, so pardon me, and feel free to object. Also, it is important to read the fine print, because a lot of times, a "no" vote comes from some hidden provision that doesn't jive with the candidates' personal policies, i.e. it might not be that they disagree with the issue, but instead that they disagree with the strategy proposed to tackle it. Enjoy.
The Economic Stimulus Plan (2008) was designed to provide tax credit rebates and to increase federal mortgage loan limits . McCain voted Y, Obama didn't vote.
On the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill of 2007, Barack Obama voted yes, and McCain voted no. This bill essentially asks for a bunch of money to spend in a whole litany of different methods, including additional support to the troops in Iraq (though some of that funding would be dependent on whether or not the Iraqi government would meet certain benchmarks), large sums of money to aid in Katrina recovery, large sums of money to aid the "War on Terror", tax credits for businesses, and raise for the minimum wage. A further provision of this bill is that it "Requires certain federal agencies to develop plans to minimize the use of no-bid and cost-reimbursement contracts." This bill was vetoed by President Bush. Also, I have to share this statement that John McCain wrote to the president around the time of this bill titled, "U. S. Troops Readiness, Veterans' Health, and Iraq Accountability Act, 2007" which in addition to clearly illustrates McCain's cautious approach to government spending also dropped this if-the-press-only-got-ahold-of-this-one quote: "Does geothermal energy research qualify as an emergency spending need? No, it does not." Ouch.
Amendment on Certain Energy-Related Programs, Including the Development of Oil and Natural Gas in Coastal Areas Not Covered by a Moratorium (3/2008): McCain - no vote; Obama: Y
Alternative Energy Subsidies (2007): McCain - no vote; Obama - Y
Energy Act of 2007 which sought to "move the United States toward greater energy independence and security, to increase the production of clean renewable fuels, to protect consumers from price gouging, to increase the energy efficiency of products, buildings, and vehicles, to promote research on and deploy greenhouse gas capture and storage options, and to improve the energy performance of the Federal Government, and for other purposes." : McCain - no vote; Obama - Y
Preventing Petroleum Export Organizations (NOPEC Act of 2007): McCain - no vote; Obama - Y
Clean Energy Achievement Criteria (2007): McCain - no vote; Obama - Y
Reduction in Dependence on Foreign Oil (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Drilling Amendment, which sought to keep the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge closed to oil drilling (2005): McCain - Y; Obama - Y
Earmark Moratorium (2008): McCain - Y; Obama - Y
Lobbying and Donation Regulations (2007): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2001: McCain - Y
Congressional Pay Raise Amendment(2005): McCain - Y; Obama - Y
Iraq Withdrawal Amendment(2007): McCain - Y; Obama - no vote
Iraq Troop Reduction(2007): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Iraq Progress Reports Amendment(2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Investigating Contracts in Iraq Amendment (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
National Security Amendment (2006): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Concurrent Budget Resolution (2008): McCain - no vote; Obama - Y
Expressing Support for General Petraeus and All Members of the Armed Forces: McCain - Y; Obama - no vote
Expressing Support for All Men and Women in the U.S. Armed Forces: McCain - Y; Obama - Y
Habeas Corpus for Detainees of the United States: McCain - N; Obama - Y
Defense Department FY 2007 Authorization bill which included a provision banning the use of torture: "Prohibits cruel, inhumane, or degrading treatment of any individual in custody or physical control of the U.S. government, regardless of geographical location." : McCain - Y; Obama - Y
Tax Rate Extension Amendment which sought to support the health needs of our veterans and military personnel and reduce the defiit by making tax rates fairer for all Americans (2006): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Additional Funding For Veterans Amendment (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Health Care for Veterans Amendment (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Both times that the GI bill went before congress, Obama voted Y, and McCain did not vote.
State Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Reauthorization (08/02/2007): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Financial Relief For Hurricane Katrina Victims Amend (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Hurricane Health Care for Survivors Amendment which sought to "provide emergency health care and other relief for survivors of Hurricane Katrina" (2005): McCain - N; Obama - Y
Congressional Commission on Hurricane Katrina, which sought to examine the Federal, State, and local response to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Region of the United States especially in the States of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and other areas impacted in the aftermath and make immediate corrective measures to improve such responses in the future" (2005): McCain - N; Obama: Y
Immigration Enforcement and Border Fence Amendment (2008): McCain - no vote, Obama - N
Immigration Enforcement and Employer Sanctions Amendment(2008): McCain - no vote, Obama - Y
Second Immigration Act of 2007: McCain - Y; Obama: Y
Triple-Layered Fencing Amendment (2006): McCain - Y; Obama: Y
FISA as Exclusive Means for Conducting Electronic Surveillance (2008): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Amendment (2005): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Individuals with Disabilities Education Amendment (2005): McCain - N, Obama - Y
No Child Left Behind Act (2001): McCain - Y
Unintended Pregnancy Amendment (2007): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Teen Pregnancy Education Amendment (2006): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortion bill (2003): McCain - Y
Roe v. Wade Amendment to indicate Congress' support of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion in the Roe v. Wade case of 1973 (1999): McCain - no vote
Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1995: McCain - Y
Equal Pay Bill (2008) : McCain - no vote, Obama - Y
Union Organization Bill (2007): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Increasing Minimum Wage Amendment (2006): McCain - Y, Obama - N
Minimum Wage Adjustment Amendment(2006): McCain - N, Obama - Y
Both John McCain and Barack Obama were co-sponsors of the Limit on Farm Subsidies bill in 2007. During the senate vote, Obama voted yes, but McCain didn't cast a vote. The bill ultimately was not passed.