Mike’s Conservative Index, 2018 Edition

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Since the year 2018 has fallen into history, I am presenting today the 2018 edition of Mike’s Conservative Index, which is a way to judge your federal legislators based on conservatism. Examples of conservative positions include:

. Market-oriented economic policy.

. Opposition to policies that are socialist or constitute a step on the road to socialism.

. Strong national defense and maintaining key U.S. interests abroad.

. Cracking down on illegal immigration.

. Opposition to excessive federal regulations.

. Opposition to policies that involve government support of abortions, including funding institutions that perform them.

. Limiting federal domestic spending.

. Limiting the reach of the federal government.

In short, the ideals of the Reagan conservative.

Legislators are graded on a scale of 0-100%, with 25 votes counted for each chamber. I have attempted to include a broad range of issues so that not many legislators score a 0% or 100%. Both scores should be difficult, but not impossible to achieve for a legislator. The descriptions of the Senate and House votes are included below as well as their scores.

Disclaimer: The MC-Index is deaf to the words of politicians and blind to their actions outside of the legislative floor. It should also not be used as a yardstick for a legislator’s ethics, as that is not what the MC-Index is intended to measure.

2018 MC-Index, Senate Votes

  1. Brownback Nomination

Confirmation of Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas for Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom. Vice President Mike Pence voted “yea” to break the tie.

Confirmed 50-49: R 50-0; D 0-47; I 0-2, 1/24/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. McCain-Coons Immigration Bill

Motion to end debate on the McCain-Coons Immigration Bill, which provides for stricter border security measures in exchange for a path to citizenship for “Dreamers” and provides no funds for a border wall.

Defeated 52-47: R 4-46; D 46-1; I 2-0, 2/15/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Toomey Anti-Sanctuary Cities Bill

Motion to end debate on the Toomey Bill to prohibit sanctuary cities and jurisdictions from receiving certain federal grants.

Defeated 54-45: R 50-0; D 4-43; I 0-2, 2/15/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Common Sense Coalition” Immigration Bill

Motion to end debate on the “Common Sense Coalition” Immigration Bill, which provided a path to citizenship for “Dreamers” while providing $25 billion for increased border security as opposed to a border wall. Democratic Senators Harris, Heinrich, and Udall cast their votes against when it became clear this bill would not get 3/5’s approval.

Defeated 54-45: R 8-42; D 44-3; I 2-0, 2/15/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Partial Repeal of Dodd-Frank Law

Passage of the bill rolling back the Dodd-Frank Banking Law, most of the reductions on regulation were regarding small and community banks. This was after an unsuccessful effort at full repeal the previous year. See House vote #10.

Passed 67-31: R 50-0; D 16-30; I 1-1, 3/14/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Table First Yemen Resolution

Motion to table the Sanders (I-Vt.) Resolution to pull out American forces from Yemen.

Tabled 55-44: R 45-5; D 10-37; I 0-2, 3/20/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Repeal CFPB Regulations on Auto Loans

Passage of the Moran (R-Kan.) Resolution, disapproving of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regulations on auto loans done in the name of improving enforcement of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Auto loans were specifically left out from the jurisdiction of the independent agency in the Dodd-Frank Act, yet the Obama Administration found a way around that prohibition.

Adopted 51-47: R 50-0; D 1-45; I 0-2, 4/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Pompeo Nomination

Confirmation of CIA Director Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State.

Confirmed 57-42: R 50-0; D 6-41; I 1-1, 4/26/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Disapprove Repeal of Net Neutrality

Adoption of the Markey (D-Mass.) Resolution, disapproving the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality under the leadership of Ajit Pai.

Adopted 52-47: R 3-47; D 47-0; I 2-0, 5/16/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Haspel Nomination

Confirmation of Gina Haspel as Director of the CIA.

Confirmed 54-45: R 48-2; D 6-41; I 0-2, 5/17/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Discharge House-Passed Spending Cuts Bill

Motion to discharge the Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act. See House vote #13.

Rejected 48-50: R 48-2; D 0-46; I 0-2, 6/20/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Table Repeal of WOTUS Rule

Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) proposed to repeal the Waters of the United States Rule in a major appropriations bill and a motion to table his amendment followed. This proposal got more Republican votes in opposition than the House measure that would accomplish the same thing as there had been an agreement struck between the Democratic and Republican Senate leadership not to attach controversial legislation to appropriations bills.

Tabled 62-34: R 20-29; D 40-5; I 2-0, 6/21/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Table Work Requirements for Food Stamps

Senator John Kennedy (R-La.) proposed to add work requirements for food stamp eligibility to the agriculture bill and a motion to table his amendment followed.

Tabled 68-30: R 20-30; D 46-0; I 2-0, 6/28/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Agriculture Bill

Passage of the bill extending agricultural subsidies without work requirements for food stamp eligibility.

Passed 68-11: R 38-11; D 46-0; I 2-0, 6/28/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Restore Budget Caps

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) proposed to cut spending to be in compliance with the Budget Control Act of 2011.

Rejected 25-74: R 25-25; D 0-47; I 0-2, 7/25/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Extend National Flood Insurance Program

Passage of the bill extending government-sponsored flood insurance until November 30, 2018, without market reforms.

Passed 86-12: R 37-12; D 47-0; I 2-0, 7/31/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Table Cutting Off Funding of Funding D.C.’s Individual Mandate

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) offered an amendment defunding Washington D.C.’s individual mandate, and a motion to table followed.

Tabled 54-44: R 5-44; D 47-0; I 2-0, 8/1/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Delete Funding for Planned Parenthood

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) amendment deleting government funding for Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the nation.

Rejected 45-48: R 45-2; D 0-44; I 0-2, 8/23/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. End Debate on Kavanaugh Nomination

Motion to end debate on the vote to confirm D.C. Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. This was the key vote after the hearings that saw emotional but unsubstantiated charges of sexual assault leveled against Kavanaugh.

Passed 51-49: R 50-1; D 1-46; I 0-2, 10/5/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Disapprove of Trump Administration Healthcare Rule

Adoption of the Baldwin (D-Wis.) Resolution, disapproving of the rule issued by the Trump Administration expanding access to short-term, limited-duration health insurance policies by allowing them to be sold up to 364 days and renewed or extended for up to 36 months. Vice President Mike Pence voted “nay” to break the tie.

Defeated 50-51: R 1-50; D 47-0; I 2-0, 10/10/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Table Resolution Blocking Arms Sale to Bahrain

Motion to table the Paul (R-Ky.) Resolution, blocking a $300 million arms sale to Bahrain in connection with the war in Yemen.

Tabled 77-21: R 48-3; D 28-17; I 1-1, 11/15/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Disapprove of Trump Administration IRS Reporting Exemption Guideline

Adoption of the Tester (D-Mont.) Resolution, disapproving of the Trump Administration’s guideline to exempt tax-exempt groups from the IRS’s reporting requirements for major donors on an annual basis.

Adopted 50-49: R 1-49; D 47-0; I 2-0, 12/12/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Second Yemen Resolution

Adoption of the Sanders (I-Vt.)-Lee (R-Utah)-Murphy (D-Conn.) Resolution, cutting off U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen. The assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi of The Washington Post in Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Istanbul under the orders of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman undoubtedly swayed some senators in favor.

Adopted 56-41: R 7-41; D 47-0; I 2-0, 12/13/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Require Bureau of Prisons to Notify Victims Before Prisoner Release

Senator John Kennedy (R-La.) offered an amendment to the First Step Act, which requires the Bureau of Prisons to notify the victims of prisoners to when they are to be released.

Rejected 37-62: R 36-14; D 1-46; I 0-2, 12/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Vote to Proceed to Appropriations Bill

Passage of the resolution to proceed to consideration of the appropriations bill that includes funding for President Trump’s proposed border wall. Vice President Mike Pence voted “yea” to break the tie.

Passed 49-48: R 46-0; D 1-45; I 0-2, 12/21/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

 

MC-Index, House Votes

 

  1. Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

Passage of the bill requiring health care practitioners to care for children who have survived an abortion or attempted abortion.

Passed 241-183: R 235-0; D 6-183, 1/19/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017

Passage of the bill placing restrictions on Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits. This was in response to repeated abusive lawsuits against businesses.

Passed 225-192: R 213-19; D 12-173, 2/15/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Right to Try Act

Passage of the bill authorizing patients to use investigational drugs if they are terminally ill.

Passed 259-140: R 227-2; D 32-138, 3/13/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Balanced Budget Amendment

Passage of the resolution proposing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.

Defeated 233-184: R 226-6; D 7-178, 4/12/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Funding for Enforcement of Davis-Bacon Act

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) amendment to the FAA Reauthorization Act, prohibiting funds for enforcement of the Davis-Bacon Act, which requires a “prevailing wage” to be paid by contractors for government projects.

Defeated 172-243: R 172-57; D 0-186, 4/26/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Delete Funding for Essential Air Service

Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif.) amendment, deleting authorization for the Essential Air Service, which funds unprofitable flights to remote areas.

Defeated 113-293: R 109-115; D 4-178, 4/27/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Free Market Reforms for Sugar Program

Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-N.C.) amendment to the agriculture bill, implementing market reforms for the sugar program. This is a fascinating vote as it demonstrates when a sizeable number of Republicans and Democrats will make exceptions for their respective ideologies regarding the role of government.

Rejected 137-278: R 96-132; D 41-146, 5/17/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Repeal Bioenergy Subsidies

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) amendment to the agriculture bill, repealing the bioenergy subsidy programs established under Title IX of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002.

Rejected 75-340: R 74-154; D 1-186, 5/17/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Repeal of WOTUS Rule

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) amendment to the agriculture bill, repealing the Waters of the United States Rule.

Passed 238-173: R 225-3; D 13-170, 5/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Partial Repeal of Dodd-Frank Act

Passage of the bill rolling back regulations of the Dodd-Frank Act, most of which impacted small and community banks.

Passed 258-159: R 225-1; D 33-158, 5/22/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Strike Authorization for Secretary of Defense and Secretary of State to Counter Iran’s Destabilizing Activities

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Haw.) amendment, striking the section of the National Defense Authorization Act to develop and implement a strategy with foreign partners to counter the destabilizing activities of Iran.

Rejected 60-355: R 8-217; D 52-183, 5/23/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Reinstate Domestic Sourcing Requirement for Flatware

Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) amendment, reinstating the domestic sourcing requirement for flatware procured by the Department of Defense. This vote demonstrates a factional split between the parties on trade.

Rejected 174-239: R 47-177; D 127-62, 5/23/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act

Passage of the bill rescinding nearly $15 billion of unobligated balances from funding appropriated.

Passed 210-206: R 210-19; D 0-187, 6/7/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Delete ARPA-E Program

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) amendment, eliminating funding for the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy program. The program’s elimination is supported by the Trump Administration.

Rejected 123-295: R 123-108; D 0-187, 6/7/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. 1% Spending Cut

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) amendment, providing for a 1% across the board cut in the Energy and Water, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations bill.

Rejected 155-262: R 154-77; D 1-185, 6/7/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Unfunded Mandates Information and Transparency Act

Passage of the bill strengthening transparency requirements for unfunded mandates, including the EPA, which is currently exempt.

Passed 230-168: R 220-0; D 10-168, 7/13/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. 15% Cut to Arts Funding

Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wis.) amendment, cutting funding for the National Endowment on the Arts and the Humanities by 15%.

Rejected 114-297: R 113-112; D 1-185, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Funding for Methane Rule

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) amendment, prohibiting use of funds from enforcing the Obama Administration’s EPA methane rule.

Passed 215-194: R 213-16; D 2-178, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Funding for Social Cost of Carbon Rule

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) amendment, prohibiting use of funds from implementing the Obama Administration’s social cost of carbon rule.

Passed 215-199: R 213-16; D 2-183, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Funding for Office of Environmental Justice

Rep. Jody Hice (R-Ga.) amendment, prohibiting funding for the Environmental Justice Small Grants issued by the Office of Environmental Justice.

Rejected 174-240: R 173-57; D 1-183, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Funds for D.C. Individual Mandate

Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Ala.) amendment, prohibiting funds from being used to carry out the D.C. individual mandate.

Passed 226-189: R 226-4; D 0-185, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Prohibit Property Seizure Under Individual Mandate

Rep. Keith Rothfus (R-Penn.) amendment, prohibiting funds from being used to seize property in order to enforce the liability provisions of the D.C. individual mandate.

Passed 231-184: R 230-0; D 1-184, 7/18/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Protecting Family and Small Business Tax Cuts Act of 2018

Passage of the bill making permanent tax provisions for the 2017 law that would otherwise sunset after 2025.

Passed 220-191: R 217-10; D 3-181, 9/28/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Fund Border Wall

Passage of the appropriations bill that provides funding for a border wall.

Passed 217-185: R 217-8; D 0-177, 12/20/18. A “yea” vote is the conservative position.

  1. Extension of National Flood Insurance Program

Passage of the bill extending the national flood insurance program with no market reforms.

Passed 315-48: R 152-47; D 163-1, 12/21/18. A “nay” vote is the conservative position.

 

SENATE
ALABAMA % MONTANA %
Shelby R 80 Daines R 84
Jones D 24 Tester D 8
ALASKA NEBRASKA
Murkowski R 56 Fischer R 88
Sullivan R 84 Sasse R 96
ARIZONA NEVADA
Flake R 78 Heller R 91
McCain R NR Cortez Masto D 8
Kyl R 100 NEW HAMPSHIRE
ARKANSAS Hassan D 8
Boozman R 80 Shaheen D 13
Cotton R 100 NEW JERSEY
CALIFORNIA Booker D 0
Feinstein D 0 Menendez D 8
Harris D 4 NEW MEXICO
COLORADO Heinrich D 8
Gardner R 80 Udall D 8
Bennet D 8 NEW YORK
CONNECTICUT Gillibrand D 0
Blumenthal D 4 Schumer D 4
Murphy D 4 NORTH CAROLINA
DELAWARE Burr R 88
Carper D 8 Tillis R 78
Coons D 8 NORTH DAKOTA
FLORIDA Hoeven R 80
Rubio R 88 Heitkamp D 24
Nelson D 17 OHIO
GEORGIA Portman R 80
Isakson R 71 Brown D 4
Perdue R 88 OKLAHOMA
HAWAII Inhofe R 100
Hirono D 0 Lankford R 96
Schatz D 4 OREGON
IDAHO Merkley D 0
Crapo R 88 Wyden D 0
Risch R 96 PENNSYLVANIA
ILLINOIS Toomey R 100
Duckworth D 4 Casey D 0
Durbin D 0 RHODE ISLAND
INDIANA Reed D 8
Young R 84 Whitehouse D 8
Donnelly D 28 SOUTH CAROLINA
IOWA Graham R 70
Ernst R 88 Scott R 88
Grassley R 80 SOUTH DAKOTA
KANSAS Rounds R 76
Moran R 64 Thune R 88
Roberts R 76 TENNESSEE
KENTUCKY Alexander R 75
McConnell R 84 Corker R 92
Paul R 79 TEXAS
LOUISIANA Cornyn R 88
Cassidy R 88 Cruz R 92
Kennedy R 88 UTAH
MAINE Hatch R 71
Collins R 44 Lee R 84
King I 12 VERMONT
MARYLAND Leahy D 0
Cardin D 4 Sanders I 0
Van Hollen D 0 VIRGINIA
MASSACHUSETTS Kaine D 8
Markey D 0 Warner D 12
Warren D 0 WASHINGTON
MICHIGAN Cantwell D 0
Peters D 8 Murray D 0
Stabenow D 12 WEST VIRGINIA
MINNESOTA Capito R 84
Klobuchar D 4 Manchin D 40
Smith D 4 WISCONSIN
MISSISSIPPI Johnson R 100
Cochran R 100 Baldwin D 0
Hyde-Smith R 79 WYOMING
Wicker R 84 Barasso R 96
MISSOURI Enzi R 96
Blunt R 84
McCaskill D 20
HOUSE
ALABAMA % MISSOURI %
1 Byrne R 84 1 Clay D 0
2 Roby R 67 2 Wagner R 100
3 Rogers R 76 3 Luetkemeyer R 83
4 Aderholt R 72 4 Hartzler R 84
5 Brooks R 88 5 Cleaver D 4
6 Palmer R 96 6 Graves R 76
7 Sewell D 10 7 Long R 76
ALASKA 8 Smith R 88
AL Young R 63 MONTANA
ARIZONA AL Gianforte R 80
1 O’Halleran D 16 NEBRASKA
2 McSally R 80 1 Fortenberry R 64
3 Grijalva D 4 2 Bacon R 68
4 Gosar R 92 3 Smith R 80
5 Biggs R 96 NEVADA
6 Schweikert R 100 1 Titus D 8
7 Gallego D 8 2 Amodei R 64
8 Lesko R 100 3 Rosen D 22
9 Sinema D 29 4 Kihuen D 8
ARKANSAS NEW HAMPSHIRE
1 Crawford R 80 1 Shea-Porter D 10
2 Hill R 80 2 Kuster D 13
3 Womack R 72 NEW JERSEY
4 Westerman R 88 1 Norcross D 4
CALIFORNIA 2 LoBiondo R 58
1 LaMalfa R 72 3 MacArthur R 60
2 Huffman D 0 4 Smith R 48
3 Garamendi D 8 5 Gottheimer D 20
4 McClintock R 100 6 Pallone D 12
5 Thompson D 0 7 Lance R 52
6 Matsui D 0 8 Sires D 4
7 Bera D 12 9 Pascrell D 8
8 Cook R 76 10 Payne D 8
9 McNerney D 0 11 Frelinghuysen R 67
10 Denham R 65 12 Watson Coleman D 4
11 DeSaulnier D 4 NEW MEXICO
12 Pelosi D 4 1 Lujan Grisham D 14
13 Lee D 8 2 Pearce R 81
14 Speier D 19 3 Lujan D 8
15 Swalwell D 4 NEW YORK
16 Costa D 26 1 Zeldin R 74
17 Khanna D 0 2 King R 61
18 Eshoo D 0 3 Suozzi D 12
19 Lofgren D 13 4 Rice D 17
20 Panetta D 8 5 Meeks D 12
21 Valadao R 56 6 Meng D 4
22 Nunes R 72 7 Velazquez D 4
23 McCarthy R 76 8 Jeffries D 4
24 Carbajal D 10 9 Clarke D 4
25 Knight R 76 10 Nadler D 8
26 Brownley D 4 11 Donovan R 57
27 Chu D 0 12 Maloney, C. D 4
28 Schiff D 8 13 Espaillat D 4
29 Cardenas D 5 14 Crowley D 0
30 Sherman D 8 15 Serrano D 0
31 Aguilar D 13 16 Engel D 4
32 Napolitano D 4 17 Lowey D 4
33 Lieu D 9 18 Maloney, S. D 12
34 Gomez D 8 19 Faso R 40
35 Torres D 8 20 Tonko D 4
36 Ruiz D 4 21 Stefanik R 44
37 Bass D 13 22 Tenney R 64
38 Sanchez D 0 23 Reed R 54
39 Royce R 80 24 Katko R 44
40 Roybal-Allard D 4 25 Slaughter D NR
41 Takano D 0 25 Morelle D NR
42 Calvert R 68 26 Higgins D 8
43 Waters D 0 27 Collins R 72
44 Barragan D 12 NORTH CAROLINA
45 Walters R 95 1 Butterfield D 4
46 Correa D 17 2 Holding R 96
47 Lowenthal D 4 3 Jones R 76
48 Rohrabacher R 83 4 Price D 4
49 Issa R 91 5 Foxx R 96
50 Hunter R 91 6 Walker R 100
51 Vargas D 10 7 Rouzer R 84
52 Peters D 25 8 Hudson R 92
53 Davis D 8 9 Pittenger R 83
COLORADO 10 McHenry R 80
1 DeGette D 4 11 Meadows R 96
2 Polis D 18 12 Adams D 4
3 Tipton R 71 13 Budd R 100
4 Buck R 95 NORTH DAKOTA
5 Lamborn R 92 AL Cramer R 71
6 Coffman R 76 OHIO
7 Perlmutter D 8 1 Chabot R 100
CONNECTICUT 2 Wenstrup R 96
1 Larson D 8 3 Beatty D 5
2 Courtney D 4 4 Jordan R 100
3 DeLauro D 4 5 Latta R 92
4 Himes D 24 6 Johnson R 80
5 Esty D 4 7 Gibbs R 84
DELAWARE 8 Davidson R 100
AL Blunt Rochester D 12 9 Kaptur D 4
FLORIDA 10 Turner R 56
1 Gaetz R 79 11 Fudge D 0
2 Dunn R 84 12 Balderson R 67
3 Yoho R 88 13 Ryan D 4
4 Rutherford R 68 14 Joyce R 63
5 Lawson D 12 15 Stivers R 64
6 DeSantis R 100 16 Renacci R 79
7 Murphy D 16 OKLAHOMA
8 Posey R 92 1 Bridenstine R 100
9 Soto D 4 1 Hern R NR
10 Demings D 8 2 Mullin R 84
11 Webster R 96 3 Lucas R 68
12 Bilirakis R 84 4 Cole R 60
13 Crist D 8 5 Russell R 96
14 Castor D 0 OREGON
15 Ross R 79 1 Bonamici D 4
16 Buchanan R 68 2 Walden R 64
17 Rooney, T. R 74 3 Blumenauer D 13
18 Mast R 60 4 DeFazio D 4
19 Rooney, F. R 92 5 Schrader D 24
20 Hastings D 9 PENNSYLVANIA
21 Frankel D 4 1 Brady D 4
22 Deutch D 4 2 Evans D 4
23 Wasserman-Schultz D 4 3 Kelly R 64
24 Wilson D 0 4 Perry R 92
25 Diaz-Balart R 56 5 Thompson R 68
26 Curbelo R 42 6 Costello R 52
27 Ros-Lehtinen R 38 7 Meehan R 50
GEORGIA 7 Scanlon D NR
1 Carter R 92 8 Fitzpatrick R 40
2 Bishop D 26 9 Shuster R 71
3 Ferguson R 84 10 Marino R 72
4 Johnson D 0 11 Barletta R 70
5 Lewis D 0 12 Rothfus R 92
6 Handel R 88 13 Boyle D 5
7 Woodall R 92 14 Doyle D 4
8 Scott R 76 15 Dent R 83
9 Collins R 88 15 Wild D NR
10 Hice R 100 16 Smucker R 84
11 Loudermilk R 96 17 Cartwright D 8
12 Allen R 88 18 Lamb D 14
13 Scott D 18 RHODE ISLAND
14 Graves R 96 1 Cicilline D 8
HAWAII 2 Langevin D 13
1 Hanabusa D 19 SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Gabbard D 0 1 Sanford R 88
IDAHO 2 Wilson R 72
1 Labrador R 94 3 Duncan R 100
2 Simpson R 64 4 Gowdy R 86
ILLINOIS 5 Norman R 96
1 Rush D 9 6 Clyburn D 4
2 Kelly D 4 7 Rice R 88
3 Lipinski D 12 SOUTH DAKOTA
4 Gutierrez D 10 AL Noem R 83
5 Quigley D 12 TENNESSEE
6 Roskam R 57 1 Roe R 92
7 Davis D 9 2 Duncan R 92
8 Krishnamoorthi D 4 3 Fleischmann R 80
9 Schakowsky D 4 4 DesJarlais R 96
10 Schneider D 17 5 Cooper D 40
11 Foster D 20 6 Black R 82
12 Bost R 68 7 Blackburn R 93
13 Davis R 68 8 Kustoff R 91
14 Hultgren R 83 9 Cohen D 8
15 Shimkus R 67 TEXAS
16 Kinzinger R 67 1 Gohmert R 91
17 Bustos D 8 2 Poe R 88
18 LaHood R 76 3 Johnson, S. R 100
INDIANA 4 Ratcliffe R 96
1 Visclosky D 8 5 Hensarling R 100
2 Walorski R 80 6 Barton R 79
3 Banks R 96 7 Culberson R 83
4 Rokita R 100 8 Brady R 83
5 Brooks R 76 9 Green, A. D 4
6 Messer R 96 10 McCaul R 76
7 Carson D 8 11 Conaway R 84
8 Bucshon R 76 12 Granger R 72
9 Hollingsworth R 80 13 Thornberry R 72
IOWA 14 Weber R 80
1 Blum R 88 15 Gonzalez D 20
2 Loebsack D 8 16 O’Rourke D 4
3 Young R 68 17 Flores R 88
4 King R 76 18 Jackson-Lee D 4
KANSAS 19 Arrington R 92
1 Marshall R 64 20 Castro D 4
2 Jenkins R 91 21 Smith R 79
3 Yoder R 71 22 Olson R 83
4 Estes R 88 23 Hurd R 60
KENTUCKY 24 Marchant R 79
1 Comer R 88 25 Williams R 96
2 Guthrie R 84 26 Burgess R 84
3 Yarmuth D 4 27 Farenthold R 100
4 Massie R 88 27 Cloud R 100
5 Rogers R 61 28 Cuellar D 40
6 Barr R 84 29 Green, G. D 4
LOUISIANA 30 Johnson, E.B. D 8
1 Scalise R 91 31 Carter R 72
2 Richmond D 6 32 Sessions R 88
3 Higgins R 82 33 Veasey D 20
4 Johnson R 84 34 Vela D 16
5 Abraham R 88 35 Doggett D 8
6 Graves R 88 36 Babin R 84
MAINE UTAH
1 Pingree D 0 1 Bishop R 84
2 Poliquin R 72 2 Stewart R 88
MARYLAND 3 Curtis R 92
1 Harris R 92 4 Love R 79
2 Ruppersberger D 13 VERMONT
3 Sarbanes D 4 AL Welch D 4
4 Brown D 10 VIRGINIA
5 Hoyer D 5 1 Wittman R 96
6 Delaney D 16 2 Taylor R 75
7 Cummings D 9 3 Scott D 8
8 Raskin D 4 4 McEachin D 8
MASSACHUSETTS 5 Garrett R 100
1 Neal D 4 6 Goodlatte R 92
2 McGovern D 0 7 Brat R 100
3 Tsongas D 9 8 Beyer D 9
4 Kennedy D 4 9 Griffith R 88
5 Clark D 0 10 Comstock R 71
6 Moulton D 13 11 Connolly D 12
7 Capuano D 0 WASHINGTON
8 Lynch D 4 1 DelBene D 4
9 Keating D 5 2 Larsen D 8
MICHIGAN 3 Herrera Beutler R 72
1 Bergman R 68 4 Newhouse R 72
2 Huizenga R 96 5 McMorris-Rodgers R 76
3 Amash R 88 6 Kilmer D 8
4 Moolenaar R 68 7 Jayapal D 0
5 Kildee D 4 8 Reichert R 63
6 Upton R 64 9 Smith D 12
7 Walberg R 96 10 Heck D 12
8 Bishop R 84 WEST VIRGINIA
9 Levin D 4 1 McKinley R 56
10 Mitchell R 76 2 Mooney R 96
11 Trott R 68 3 Jenkins R 65
12 Dingell D 0 WISCONSIN
13 Jones D NR 1 Ryan R NR
14 Lawrence D 8 2 Pocan D 0
MINNESOTA 3 Kind D 23
1 Walz D 25 4 Moore D 9
2 Lewis R 88 5 Sensenbrenner R 92
3 Paulsen R 63 6 Grothman R 88
4 McCollum D 4 7 Duffy R 76
5 Ellison D 0 8 Gallagher R 96
6 Emmer R 80 WYOMING
7 Peterson D 42 AL Cheney R 74
8 Nolan D 5
MISSISSIPPI
1 Kelly R 84
2 Thompson D 4
3 Harper R 68
4 Palazzo R 77

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