These Republican Senators Have Underperformed - JAG Senate Scorecard
Updated: Apr 27
This post was originally an email sent on April 26, 2023.
In our last email, we introduced you to our new feature, the Judicial Action Group Senate Scorecard.
This tool will highlight exactly how each senator has votes on judicial nominees and will help voters keep their senators accountable.
Each senator is ranked on a scale of 0 to 100. A senator is awarded a perfect score of 100 points if they voted against every single Biden nominee. A senator is awarded a score of 0 points if they voted for every Biden judicial nominee.
The final score for each senator is based dozens of confirmation votes that take place every session. One of the goals of this tool is to show which Republican senators are most responsible for confirming Biden's radical judicial nominees.
Below is a list of the 5 lowest scoring Republican senators from this session and the previous session of Congress.
118th Session (2023-2024)
1.Lindsey Graham (SC-R) 9.1 2.Lisa Murkowski (AK-R) 18.2 3.Susan M. Collins (ME-R) 24.2 4.Tim Scott (SC-R) 68.8 5.Thom Tillis (NC-R) 71.0
117th Session (2021-2022)
1.Susan M Collins (ME-R) 16.8 2.Lisa Murkowski (AK-R) 18.8 3.Lindsey Graham (SC-R) 18.9 4.Thom Tillis (NC-R) 69.4 5.Mike Rounds (SD-R) 73.9
For more information about the scoring system, the detailed list of the votes, other senator’s scores, and where to call to voice your opinion on each senator's performance, please visit https://www.judicialactiongroup.com/senate-scorecard.
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