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Legislator Voting Scorecards

How did your Legislators Vote while in Washington DC

Do their votes align with your position on the issues important to you?

U.S. Senate

The table below is a portion of a downloadable PDF file that shows how each Senator voted on:

  • Supreme Court confrimations

  • Abortion

  • Gun Reform

  • Historical Gun Reform votes

Data was sourced from either the official US Senate website or from NPR article published in 2018.​

US Senate Legislator Voting Scorecards_Vote 4 Change

“N.I.O.” means the Senator was not in office on the day this vote took place

No Vote” means the Senator entered “No Vote” versus Yea or Nay when voting

Senator’s Re-election status for 2022 is also listed

Download complete

scorecard here

U.S. House of Representatives
House of Rep Vote Scorecard 2022

Here is a portion of the US House of Representatives Scorecard.  Brief descriptions of the law are listed below the table.  Click on the links to see a full description sourced from

The complete scorecard can be downloaded here

Legislation [Bills/Laws] covered on the Scorecard indicating the Representatives Vote

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HR 7910 Protecting our Kids  provides for an increased age limit on the purchase of certain firearms, prevent gun trafficking, modernize the prohibition on untraceable firearms, encourage the safe storage of firearms, and for other purposes.

S. 2938: Bipartisan Safer Communities Act. Gun Reform to include Red Flag laws, closes boyfriend loophole, limited enhanced background checks, & mental health program funding.

HR 2377: Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Act provides Red Flag laws to provide a reporting mechanism to prevent gun permits for  a person demonstrates dangerous behavior 

HR 6833: Affordable Insulin Act A bill to force insurance companies to negotiate like Medicare to drive down the cost of Insulin

HR 5746: Freedom to Vote : John R. Lewis Act: This bill addresses voter registration and voting access, election integrity and security, redistricting, campaign finance, and voting rights.

HR 5314: Protecting our Democracy Act: To protect our democracy by preventing abuses of presidential power, restoring checks and balances and accountability and transparency in government, and defending elections against foreign interference, and for other purposes

HR 3755 Women’s Health Protection Act: To protect a person's ability to determine whether to continue or end a pregnancy, and to protect a health care provider's ability to provide abortion services.

HR 4 John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act: To amend the Voting Rights Act of 1965 to revise the criteria for determining which States and political subdivisions are subject to section 4 of the Act, and for other purposes.

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