With the House likely to vote on a balanced budget amendment when it reconvenes the week of Nov. 14, Republicans are laying the groundwork to knock any Democrats who vote against it.

The National Republican Congressional Committee launched a website on Monday to detail how Democratic members vote on the amendment, and  to document how those who were in Congress voted during a 1995 attempt.

Users will also be able to submit their own videos in support of a balanced budget amendment.

The name of the site, www.coderedink.com, is a reference to another Code Red site the NRCC launched during the healthcare debate to raise money and target Democrats who supported Obama's push for the Affordable Care Act.

In a video posted on the site, NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions (R-Texas) calls it "a one-stop site you can use to hold House Democrats accountable for spending too much and listening too little."