Americans for Prosperity, the premier free market grassroots organization committed to smaller government and free enterprise, just released its congressional key vote scorecard summarizing how Members of Congress voted on the most important economic issues in the first session of the 112th Congress.
The scorecard included critical votes on such issues as the repeal of President Obama’s new health care law, preempting EPA’s purported authority to regulate greenhouse gases, the Ryan budget framework, ending ethanol subsidies, several Congressional Review Act resolutions of disapproval to overturn new regulations and the fiscal year 2012 appropriations bills.
For a complete list of votes that were scored in the first session and how each Member of Congress performed on each vote, visit: www.AmericansforProsperity.org/Scorecard.
Members of Congress with A+ Grade (100%) for the First Session of the 112th Congress
U.S. Senators (5)
Tom Coburn, Mike Crapo, Orrin Hatch, Marco Rubio, Ron Johnson
U.S. Representatives (39)
Todd Akin, Justin Amash, Mo Brooks, Ann Marie Buerkle, Dan Burton, Steve Chabot,
Tom Graves, Andy Harris, Wally Herger, Tim Huelskamp, Bill Huizenga, Jim Jordan,
Kenny Marchant. Mick Mulvaney, Randy Neugebauer, Mike Pence, Benjamin Quayle,
Reid Ribble, Jason Chaffetz, Raul Labrador, Jean Schmidt, Mike Coffman, Jeff Flake,
John Fleming, Trent Franks, Scott Garrett, Trey Gowdy, Doug Lamborn, Jeff Landry,
Cynthia Lummis, Tom McClintock, Patrick McHenry, Donald Manzullo, Dave Schweikert,
Steve Southerland, Marlin Stutzman, Tim Walberg, Joe Walsh, Joe Wilson
So, again, I ask: how will Wenstrup better this score if elected? The only thing I see him doing is mismanaging Board of health so bad the state removes a 30 year old grant...and giving taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood...Doesn't sound more conservative to me.....
Note: This is NOT an endorsement, but a score card rating....