Congressional Scorecards

Each year the Club for Growth publishes a Congressional Scorecard that tracks how members of Congress vote on economic legislation.  Throughout the year, the Club for Growth issues Key Vote Alerts urging Representatives and Senators to vote in favor of economic policies that strengthen our nation’s economy and shrink the size of the federal government.  Similarly, Key Vote Alerts are issued when it is imperative that lawmakers strike down legislation that will raise taxes, increase harmful regulations, and grow our already massive government.  At the end of the year, the Club for Growth tallies up how members of Congress voted on these key issues, along with other votes, and ascribes a score accordingly.  This congressional scorecard is then shared with Club members, the press and with the public.  It rewards free-market champions and exposes big-government, tax-and-spend politicians.

Scorecards






   
State Party Name Rank Score Lifetime Details
UT R Lee, Mike 1 100% 100%
SC R DeMint, Jim 1 100% 100%
KY R Paul, Rand 1 100% 100%
WI R Johnson, Ron 4 97% 99%
UT R Hatch, Orrin G. 5 93% 80%
PA R Toomey, Pat 6 93% 95%
FL R Rubio, Marco 7 91% 94%
AZ R McCain, John 7 91% 85%
OK R Coburn, Tom 9 87% 96%
NH R Ayotte, Kelly 10 86% 92%
SC R Graham, Lindsey 10 86% 77%
ID R Risch, James E. 12 86% 89%
ID R Crapo, Mike 12 86% 80%
OK R Inhofe, James M. 14 84% 93%
TN R Corker, Bob 15 84% 81%
AZ R Kyl, Jon 16 82% 92%
TX R Cornyn, John 17 82% 87%
IN R Coats, Daniel 18 79% 88%
OH R Portman, Rob 18 79% 80%
AL R Sessions, Jeff 20 78% 86%
IA R Grassley, Chuck 20 78% 77%
LA R Vitter, David 22 76% 84%
NC R Burr, Richard 23 75% 85%
WY R Barrasso, John 24 74% 87%
KY R McConnell, Mitch 24 74% 84%
WY R Enzi, Michael B. 26 71% 86%
NV R Heller, Dean 27 71% 80%
GA R Chambliss, Saxby 28 68% 83%
KS R Moran, Jerry 29 68% 74%
AL R Shelby, Richard C. 30 66% 76%
AR R Boozman, John 31 65% 72%
GA R Isakson, Johnny 32 64% 78%
SD R Thune, John 33 62% 80%
MS R Wicker, Roger F. 34 60% 71%
MO R Blunt, Roy 35 58% 75%
KS R Roberts, Pat 36 55% 73%
TX R Hutchison, Kay Bailey 37 55% 71%
NE R Johanns, Mike 38 53% 75%
TN R Alexander, Lamar 39 53% 68%
IN R Lugar, Richard G. 40 52% 64%
ME R Snowe, Olympia J. 41 50% 32%
MS R Cochran, Thad 42 48% 68%
ND R Hoeven, John 43 42% 54%
MA R Brown, Scott P. 43 42% 51%
AK R Murkowski, Lisa 45 41% 61%
ME R Collins, Susan M. 46 38% 37%
AR D Pryor, Mark L. 47 28% 16%
MO D McCaskill, Claire 48 26% 19%
WV D Manchin, Joe, III 49 24% 20%
VA D Webb, Jim 50 22% 12%
MI D Stabenow, Debbie 51 20% 7%
VA D Warner, Mark R. 52 20% 15%
NJ D Lautenberg, Frank R. 53 17% 7%
WI D Kohl, Herb 54 17% 8%
PA D Casey, Robert P., Jr. 54 17% 4%
MT D Tester, Jon 54 17% 17%
DE D Carper, Thomas R. 54 17% 11%
CO D Bennet, Michael F. 58 16% 13%
NC D Hagan, Kay R. 59 16% 9%
NE D Nelson, Ben 59 16% 30%
LA D Landrieu, Mary L. 59 16% 16%
NH D Shaheen, Jeanne 62 14% 8%
NJ D Menendez, Robert 62 14% 6%
DE D Coons, Christopher A. 62 14% 13%
OR D Wyden, Ron 62 14% 10%
CO D Udall, Mark 66 13% 9%
MN D Klobuchar, Amy 67 13% 7%
FL D Nelson, Bill 67 13% 13%
MT D Baucus, Max 69 12% 13%
IA D Harkin, Tom 70 11% 3%
CT D Blumenthal, Richard 71 10% 6%
CA D Feinstein, Dianne 72 10% 7%
RI D Whitehouse, Sheldon 72 10% 5%
RI D Reed, Jack 72 10% 5%
OR D Merkley, Jeff 72 10% 5%
OH D Brown, Sherrod 72 10% 4%
IL D Durbin, Richard 72 10% 4%
CT I Lieberman, Joseph I. 78 9% 9%
NV D Reid, Harry 79 9% 6%
NM D Bingaman, Jeff 80 9% 8%
NY D Schumer, Charles E. 80 9% 4%
MA D Kerry, John F. 80 9% 4%
WA D Cantwell, Maria 80 9% 14%
SD D Johnson, Tim 80 9% 12%
AK D Begich, Mark 85 8% 7%
VT D Leahy, Patrick J. 85 8% 4%
VT I Sanders, Bernard 87 7% 8%
CA D Boxer, Barbara 88 5% 3%
WA D Murray, Patty 89 5% 7%
HI D Akaka, Daniel K. 90 5% 4%
NY D Gillibrand, Kirsten E. 91 5% 8%
NM D Udall, Tom 91 5% 5%
MD D Cardin, Benjamin L. 91 5% 5%
MD D Mikulski, Barbara A. 91 5% 4%
MN D Franken, Al 91 5% 3%
HI D Inouye, Daniel K. 96 5% 5%
ND D Conrad, Kent 97 3% 7%
MI D Levin, Carl 98 3% 4%
WV D Rockefeller, John D., IV 99 0% 3%
IL R Kirk, Mark Steven N/A* N/A* 44%