ICYMI: Ratings of all Missouri Legislators Fall in Conservative Group’s Review


Washington, D.C. – In case you missed it, the Club for Growth Foundation released their Missouri 2023 Economic Scorecard, evaluating where each elected official in the state legislature stands on pro-growth economic policies. Club for Growth President David McIntosh discussed the scorecards findings with The Center Square’s Joe Mueller as part of his exclusive coverage of the scorecards release.


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Click here to view the complete Missouri 2023 Economic Scorecard from the Club for Growth Foundation.



Ratings for Missouri legislators declined in a system developed by a conservative nonprofit group to examine voting patterns related to free-market economic policy.

The Club for Growth Foundation released its Missouri State Legislative Scorecard this week with a goal of educating the public about voting records. It analyzed 19 items voted on by the Missouri representatives and 13 by senators.

Legislators were given a score on a scale from 0 to 100, with the highest indicating support for “pro-growth policies,” according to the organization.

“Unfortunately, the decrease in scores in Missouri is not surprising,” David McIntosh, president of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4) organization, wrote in an email to The Center Square.

“For the past few years, Missouri has seen numerous instances of GOP infighting within the Missouri Senate due to the divide between the conservative members and ‘moderate’ members,” he said.

“Voters in Missouri know the issues that they value most and the information provided in the Foundation’s scorecard identifies which legislators must be held accountable,” McIntosh said. “It is not acceptable for so-called conservatives to side with liberals on such important legislation.”


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