Rating Group: Conservative Review

2019 Lifetime Positions

Issues: Conservative

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State Office Name Party Rating
AZ U.S. House - 5 Andy Biggs Republican 100%
TX U.S. House - 21 Chip Roy Republican 100%
UT U.S. Senate - Sr Mike Lee Republican 98%
KY U.S. House - 4 Thomas Massie Republican 98%
AZ U.S. House - 4 Paul Gosar Republican 96%
TX U.S. House - 1 Louie Gohmert Republican 94%
OH U.S. House - 8 Warren Davidson Republican 93%
OH U.S. House - 4 Jim Jordan Republican 92%
NE U.S. Senate - Jr Ben Sasse Republican 91%
Justin Amash 90%
SC U.S. House - 3 Jeff Duncan Republican 90%
Mark Meadows 90%
KY U.S. Senate - Jr Rand Paul Republican 90%
CO U.S. House - 4 Ken Buck Republican 86%
GA U.S. House - 10 Jody Hice Republican 86%
Walter Jones, Jr. 86%
AL U.S. House - 6 Gary Palmer Republican 86%
PA U.S. House - 10 Scott Perry Republican 84%
AZ U.S. House - 6 David Schweikert Republican 84%
AL U.S. House - 5 Mo Brooks Republican 83%
TN U.S. House - 4 Scott DesJarlais Republican 83%
TX U.S. Senate - Jr Ted Cruz Republican 82%
MD U.S. House - 1 Andy Harris Republican 82%
ID U.S. Senate - Jr James Risch Republican 82%
NC U.S. House - 13 Ted Budd Republican 81%
CA U.S. House - 4 Tom McClintock Republican 80%
SC U.S. House - 5 Ralph Norman, Jr. Republican 78%
John Ratcliffe 78%
Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr. 78%
FL U.S. House - 8 Bill Posey Republican 77%
George Holding 76%
CO U.S. House - 5 Doug Lamborn Republican 76%
WV U.S. House - 2 Alex Mooney Republican 76%
Ted Yoho 76%
AR U.S. Senate - Jr Tom Cotton Republican 75%
Mark Walker 74%
SC U.S. Senate - Jr Tim Scott Republican 73%
TX U.S. House - 14 Randy Weber, Sr. Republican 73%
MT U.S. Senate - Jr Steve Daines Republican 72%
Steve King 72%
MO U.S. House - 8 Jason Smith Republican 71%
IN U.S. House - 9 Trey Hollingsworth III Republican 70%
MS U.S. House - 1 Trent Kelly Republican 70%
Kenny Marchant 70%
ID U.S. Senate - Sr Mike Crapo Republican 69%
VA U.S. House - 9 Morgan Griffith Republican 69%
TX U.S. House - 25 Roger Williams Republican 69%
GA U.S. House - 11 Barry Loudermilk Republican 68%
FL U.S. Senate - Sr Marco Rubio Republican 68%
IN U.S. House - 3 Jim Banks Republican 67%
State Office Name Party Rating
AZ U.S. House - 5 Andy Biggs R 100%
TX U.S. House - 21 Chip Roy R 100%
UT U.S. Senate - Sr Mike Lee R 98%
KY U.S. House - 4 Thomas Massie R 98%
AZ U.S. House - 4 Paul Gosar R 96%
TX U.S. House - 1 Louie Gohmert R 94%
OH U.S. House - 8 Warren Davidson R 93%
OH U.S. House - 4 Jim Jordan R 92%
NE U.S. Senate - Jr Ben Sasse R 91%
Justin Amash 90%
SC U.S. House - 3 Jeff Duncan R 90%
Mark Meadows 90%
KY U.S. Senate - Jr Rand Paul R 90%
CO U.S. House - 4 Ken Buck R 86%
GA U.S. House - 10 Jody Hice R 86%
Walter Jones, Jr. 86%
AL U.S. House - 6 Gary Palmer R 86%
PA U.S. House - 10 Scott Perry R 84%
AZ U.S. House - 6 David Schweikert R 84%
AL U.S. House - 5 Mo Brooks R 83%
TN U.S. House - 4 Scott DesJarlais R 83%
TX U.S. Senate - Jr Ted Cruz R 82%
MD U.S. House - 1 Andy Harris R 82%
ID U.S. Senate - Jr James Risch R 82%
NC U.S. House - 13 Ted Budd R 81%
CA U.S. House - 4 Tom McClintock R 80%
SC U.S. House - 5 Ralph Norman, Jr. R 78%
John Ratcliffe 78%
Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr. 78%
FL U.S. House - 8 Bill Posey R 77%
George Holding 76%
CO U.S. House - 5 Doug Lamborn R 76%
WV U.S. House - 2 Alex Mooney R 76%
Ted Yoho 76%
AR U.S. Senate - Jr Tom Cotton R 75%
Mark Walker 74%
SC U.S. Senate - Jr Tim Scott R 73%
TX U.S. House - 14 Randy Weber, Sr. R 73%
MT U.S. Senate - Jr Steve Daines R 72%
Steve King 72%
MO U.S. House - 8 Jason Smith R 71%
IN U.S. House - 9 Trey Hollingsworth III R 70%
MS U.S. House - 1 Trent Kelly R 70%
Kenny Marchant 70%
ID U.S. Senate - Sr Mike Crapo R 69%
VA U.S. House - 9 Morgan Griffith R 69%
TX U.S. House - 25 Roger Williams R 69%
GA U.S. House - 11 Barry Loudermilk R 68%
FL U.S. Senate - Sr Marco Rubio R 68%
IN U.S. House - 3 Jim Banks R 67%
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