Party Name Grade
Alabama back to top
Aderholt (R AL-4)
Bachus, S. (R AL-6)
Bonner (R AL-1)
Brooks (R AL-5)
Roby (R AL-2)
Rogers, Mike D. (R AL-3)
Sewell (D AL-7)
Alaska back to top
Young, D. (R AK-At Large)
American Samoa back to top
Faleomavaega (D At Large)
Arizona back to top
Flake (R AZ-6)
Franks, T. (R AZ-2)
Giffords (D AZ-8)
Gosar (R AZ-1)
Grijalva (D AZ-7)
Pastor (D AZ-4)
Quayle (R AZ-3)
Schweikert (R AZ-5)
Arkansas back to top
Crawford (R AR-1)
Griffin (R AR-2)
Ross, M. (D AR-4)
Womack (R AR-3)
California back to top
Baca (D CA-43)
Bass, K. (D CA-33)
Becerra (D CA-31)
Berman (D CA-28)
Bilbray (R CA-50)
Bono Mack (R CA-45)
Calvert (R CA-44)
Campbell (R CA-48)
Capps (D CA-23)
Cardoza (D CA-18)
Chu (D CA-32)
Costa (D CA-20)
Davis, S. (D CA-53)
Denham (R CA-19)
Dreier (R CA-26)
Eshoo (D CA-14)
Farr (D CA-17)
Filner (D CA-51)
Gallegly (R CA-24)
Garamendi (D CA-10)
Hahn (D CA-36)
Harman (D CA-36)
Herger (R CA-2)
Honda (D CA-15)
Hunter (R CA-52)
Issa (R CA-49)
Lee (D CA-9)
Lewis, Jerry (R CA-41)
Lofgren (D CA-16)
Lungren (R CA-3)
Matsui (D CA-5)
McCarthy, K. (R CA-22)
McClintock (R CA-4)
McKeon (R CA-25)
McNerney (D CA-11)
Miller, George (D CA-7)
Miller, Gary (R CA-42)
Napolitano (D CA-38)
Nunes (R CA-21)
Pelosi (D CA-8)
Richardson (D CA-37)
Rohrabacher (R CA-46)
Roybal-Allard (D CA-34)
Royce (R CA-40)
Sánchez, Linda (D CA-39)
Sanchez, Loretta (D CA-47)
Schiff (D CA-29)
Sherman (D CA-27)
Speier (D CA-12)
Stark (D CA-13)
Thompson, M. (D CA-1)
Waters (D CA-35)
Waxman (D CA-30)
Woolsey (D CA-6)
Colorado back to top
Coffman (R CO-6)
DeGette (D CO-1)
Gardner (R CO-4)
Lamborn (R CO-5)
Perlmutter (D CO-7)
Polis (D CO-2)
Tipton (R CO-3)
Connecticut back to top
Courtney (D CT-2)
DeLauro (D CT-3)
Himes (D CT-4)
Larson, J. (D CT-1)
Murphy, C. (D CT-5)
Delaware back to top
Carney (D DE-At Large)
District of Columbia back to top
Norton (D DC-At Large)
Florida back to top
Adams (R FL-24)
Bilirakis (R FL-9)
Brown, C. (D FL-3)
Buchanan (R FL-13)
Castor (D FL-11)
Crenshaw (R FL-4)
Deutch (D FL-19)
Diaz-Balart (R FL-21)
Hastings, A. (D FL-23)
Mack (R FL-14)
Mica (R FL-7)
Miller, J. (R FL-1)
Nugent (R FL-5)
Posey (R FL-15)
Rivera (R FL-25)
Rooney (R FL-16)
Ros-Lehtinen (R FL-18)
Ross, D. (R FL-12)
Southerland (R FL-2)
Stearns (R FL-6)
Wasserman Schultz (D FL-20)
Webster (R FL-8)
West, A. (R FL-22)
Wilson, F. (D FL-17)
Young, C.W. (R FL-10)
Georgia back to top
Barrow (D GA-12)
Bishop, S. (D GA-2)
Broun (R GA-10)
Gingrey (R GA-11)
Graves, T. (R GA-9)
Johnson, H. (D GA-4)
Kingston (R GA-1)
Lewis, John (D GA-5)
Price, T. (R GA-6)
Scott, A. (R GA-8)
Scott, D. (D GA-13)
Westmoreland, L. (R GA-3)
Woodall (R GA-7)
Guam back to top
Bordallo (D GU-At Large)
Hawaii back to top
Hanabusa (D HI-1)
Hirono (D HI-2)
Idaho back to top
Labrador (R ID-1)
Simpson (R ID-2)
Illinois back to top
Biggert (R IL-13)
Costello (D IL-12)
Davis, D. (D IL-7)
Dold (R IL-10)
Gutierrez (D IL-4)
Hultgren (R IL-14)
Jackson, J. (D IL-2)
Johnson, Timothy (R IL-15)
Kinzinger (R IL-11)
Lipinski (D IL-3)
Manzullo (R IL-16)
Quigley (D IL-5)
Roskam (R IL-6)
Rush (D IL-1)
Schakowsky (D IL-9)
Schilling (R IL-17)
Schock (R IL-18)
Shimkus (R IL-19)
Walsh (R IL-8)
Indiana back to top
Bucshon (R IN-8)
Burton (R IN-5)
Carson (D IN-7)
Donnelly (D IN-2)
Pence (R IN-6)
Rokita (R IN-4)
Stutzman (R IN-3)
Visclosky (D IN-1)
Young, T. (R IN-9)
Iowa back to top
Boswell (D IA-3)
Braley (D IA-1)
King, S. (R IA-5)
Latham (R IA-4)
Loebsack (D IA-2)
Kansas back to top
Huelskamp (R KS-1)
Jenkins (R KS-2)
Pompeo (R KS-4)
Yoder (R KS-3)
Kentucky back to top
Chandler (D KY-6)
Davis, G. (R KY-4)
Guthrie (R KY-2)
Rogers, H. (R KY-5)
Whitfield (R KY-1)
Yarmuth (D KY-3)
Louisiana back to top
Alexander, R. (R LA-5)
Boustany (R LA-7)
Cassidy (R LA-6)
Fleming (R LA-4)
Landry, J. (R LA-3)
Richmond (D LA-2)
Scalise (R LA-1)
Maine back to top
Michaud (D ME-2)
Pingree (D ME-1)
Maryland back to top
Bartlett (R MD-6)
Cummings (D MD-7)
Edwards (D MD-4)
Harris (R MD-1)
Hoyer (D MD-5)
Ruppersberger (D MD-2)
Sarbanes (D MD-3)
Van Hollen (D MD-8)
Massachusetts back to top
Capuano (D MA-8)
Frank, B. (D MA-4)
Keating (D MA-10)
Lynch (D MA-9)
Markey (D MA-7)
McGovern (D MA-3)
Neal (D MA-2)
Olver (D MA-1)
Tierney (D MA-6)
Tsongas (D MA-5)
Michigan back to top
Amash (R MI-3)
Benishek (R MI-1)
Camp (R MI-4)
Clarke (D MI-13)
Conyers (D MI-14)
Dingell (D MI-15)
Huizenga (R MI-2)
Kildee (D MI-5)
Levin, S. (D MI-12)
McCotter (R MI-11)
Miller, C. (R MI-10)
Peters (D MI-9)
Rogers, Mike (R MI-8)
Upton (R MI-6)
Walberg (R MI-7)
Minnesota back to top
*Bachmann (R MN-6)

*Due to the schedule of the Republican Presidential Primary, in which she participated, Representative Bachmann missed some votes we scored during the 112th Congress. Her office has indicated that she would have voted “yes” on each of those she missed, in line with ACT! for America’s position. Representative Bachmann’s work to protect the nation, in particular against radical Islam, has been strong and consistent. We do not consider her letter grade in this Scorecard to be an accurate representation of her commitment to national security issues in U.S. House of Representatives.

Cravaack (R MN-8)
Ellison (D MN-5)
Kline, J. (R MN-2)
McCollum (D MN-4)
Paulsen (R MN-3)
Peterson (D MN-7)
Walz (D MN-1)
Mississippi back to top
Harper (R MS-3)
Nunnelee (R MS-1)
Palazzo (R MS-4)
Thompson, B. (D MS-2)
Missouri back to top
Akin (R MO-2)
Carnahan (D MO-3)
Clay (D MO-1)
Cleaver (D MO-5)
Emerson (R MO-8)
Graves, S. (R MO-6)
Hartzler (R MO-4)
Long (R MO-7)
Luetkemeyer (R MO-9)
Montana back to top
Rehberg (R MT-At Large)
Nebraska back to top
Fortenberry (R NE-1)
Smith, Adrian (R NE-3)
Terry (R NE-2)
Nevada back to top
Amodei (R NV-2)
Berkley (D NV-1)
Heck (R NV-3)
New Hampshire back to top
Bass, C. (R NH-2)
Guinta (R NH-1)
New Jersey back to top
Andrews (D NJ-1)
Frelinghuysen (R NJ-11)
Garrett (R NJ-5)
Holt (D NJ-12)
Lance (R NJ-7)
LoBiondo (R NJ-2)
Pallone (D NJ-6)
Pascrell (D NJ-8)
Payne (D NJ-10)
Rothman (D NJ-9)
Runyan (R NJ-3)
Sires (D NJ-13)
Smith, C. (R NJ-4)
New Mexico back to top
Heinrich (D NM-1)
Luján (D NM-3)
Pearce (R NM-2)
New York back to top
Ackerman (D NY-5)
Bishop, T. (D NY-1)
Buerkle (R NY-25)
Clarke (D NY-11)
Crowley (D NY-7)
Engel (D NY-17)
Gibson, C. (R NY-20)
Grimm (R NY-13)
Hanna (R NY-24)
Hayworth (R NY-19)
Higgins (D NY-27)
Hinchey (D NY-22)
Hochul (D NY-26)
Israel (D NY-2)
King, P. (R NY-3)
Lee, C. (R NY-26)
Lowey (D NY-18)
Maloney (D NY-14)
McCarthy, C. (D NY-4)
Meeks, G. (D NY-6)
Nadler (D NY-8)
Owens (D NY-23)
Rangel (D NY-15)
Reed, T. (R NY-29)
Serrano (D NY-16)
Slaughter (D NY-28)
Tonko (D NY-21)
Towns (D NY-10)
Turner, B. (R NY-9)
Velázquez (D NY-12)
Weiner (D NY-9)
North Carolina back to top
Butterfield (D NC-1)
Coble (R NC-6)
Ellmers (R NC-2)
Foxx (R NC-5)
Jones (R NC-3)
Kissell (D NC-8)
McHenry (R NC-10)
McIntyre (D NC-7)
Miller, B. (D NC-13)
**Myrick (R NC-9)

**Representative Myrick was absent for several votes scored due to illness. Her office has indicated that she would have voted “yes” on each of them, in line with ACT! for America’s position. We do not consider Representative Myrick’s grade on this Scorecard to be an accurate representation of her strong commitment to national security issues in U.S. House of Representatives.

Price, D. (D NC-4)
Shuler (D NC-11)
Watt (D NC-12)
North Dakota back to top
Berg (R ND-At Large)
Northern Mariana Islands back to top
Sablan (D MP-At Large)
Ohio back to top
Austria (R OH-7)
***Boehner (R OH-8)

***The Speaker of the House traditionally does not vote on legislation.

Chabot (R OH-1)
Fudge (D OH-11)
Gibbs, B. (R OH-18)
Johnson, B. (R OH-6)
Jordan (R OH-4)
Kaptur (D OH-9)
Kucinich (D OH-10)
LaTourette (R OH-14)
Latta (R OH-5)
Renacci (R OH-16)
Ryan, T. (D OH-17)
Schmidt (R OH-2)
Stivers (R OH-15)
Sutton (D OH-13)
Tiberi (R OH-12)
Turner (R OH-3)
Oklahoma back to top
Boren (D OK-2)
Cole (R OK-4)
Lankford (R OK-5)
Lucas (R OK-3)
Sullivan (R OK-1)
Oregon back to top
Blumenauer (D OR-3)
Bonamici (D OR-1)
DeFazio (D OR-4)
Schrader (D OR-5)
Walden (R OR-2)
Wu (D OR-1)
Pennsylvania back to top
Altmire (D PA-4)
Barletta (R PA-11)
Brady, R. (D PA-1)
Critz (D PA-12)
Dent (R PA-15)
Doyle (D PA-14)
Fattah (D PA-2)
Fitzpatrick (R PA-8)
Gerlach (R PA-6)
Holden (D PA-17)
Kelly (R PA-3)
Marino (R PA-10)
Meehan (R PA-7)
Murphy, T. (R PA-18)
Pitts (R PA-16)
Platts (R PA-19)
Schwartz (D PA-13)
Shuster (R PA-9)
Thompson, G. (R PA-5)
Puerto Rico back to top
Pierluisi (D PR-At Large)
Rhode Island back to top
Cicilline (D RI-1)
Langevin (D RI-2)
South Carolina back to top
Clyburn (D SC-6)
Duncan (R SC-3)
Gowdy (R SC-4)
Mulvaney (R SC-5)
Scott, T. (R SC-1)
Wilson, J. (R SC-2)
South Dakota back to top
Noem (R SD-At Large)
Tennessee back to top
Black, D. (R TN-6)
Blackburn, M. (R TN-7)
Cohen (D TN-9)
Cooper (D TN-5)
DesJarlais (R TN-4)
Duncan (R TN-2)
Fincher (R TN-8)
Fleischmann (R TN-3)
Roe (R TN-1)
Texas back to top
Barton (R TX-6)
Brady, K. (R TX-8)
Burgess (R TX-26)
Canseco (R TX-23)
Carter (R TX-31)
Conaway (R TX-11)
Cuellar (D TX-28)
Culberson (R TX-7)
Doggett (D TX-25)
Farenthold (R TX-27)
Flores (R TX-17)
Gohmert (R TX-1)
Gonzalez (D TX-20)
Granger (R TX-12)
Green, A. (D TX-9)
Green, G. (D TX-29)
Hall, R. (R TX-4)
Hensarling (R TX-5)
Hinojosa (D TX-15)
Jackson Lee (D TX-18)
Johnson, S. (R TX-3)
Johnson, E. (D TX-30)
Marchant (R TX-24)
McCaul (R TX-10)
Neugebauer (R TX-19)
Olson (R TX-22)
Paul, Ron (R TX-14)
Poe (R TX-2)
Reyes (D TX-16)
Sessions, P. (R TX-32)
Smith, Lamar (R TX-21)
Thornberry (R TX-13)
Utah back to top
Bishop, R. (R UT-1)
Chaffetz (R UT-3)
Matheson (D UT-2)
Vermont back to top
Welch (D VT-At Large)
Virgin Islands back to top
Christensen (D VI-At Large)
Virginia back to top
Cantor (R VA-7)
Connolly (D VA-11)
Forbes (R VA-4)
Goodlatte (R VA-6)
Griffith (R VA-9)
Hurt (R VA-5)
Moran, James (D VA-8)
Rigell (R VA-2)
Scott, R. (D VA-3)
Wittman (R VA-1)
Wolf (R VA-10)
Washington back to top
Dicks (D WA-6)
Hastings, D. (R WA-4)
Herrera Beutler (R WA-3)
Inslee (D WA-1)
Larsen, R. (D WA-2)
McDermott (D WA-7)
McMorris Rodgers (R WA-5)
Reichert (R WA-8)
Smith, Adam (D WA-9)
West Virginia back to top
Capito (R WV-2)
McKinley (R WV-1)
Rahall (D WV-3)
Wisconsin back to top
Baldwin (D WI-2)
Duffy (R WI-7)
Kind (D WI-3)
Moore (D WI-4)
Petri (R WI-6)
Ribble (R WI-8)
Ryan, P. (R WI-1)
Sensenbrenner (R WI-5)
Wyoming back to top
Lummis (R WY-At Large)
*Due to the schedule of the Republican Presidential Primary, in which she participated, Representative Bachmann missed some votes we scored during the 112th Congress. Her office has indicated that she would have voted “yes” on each of those she missed, in line with ACT! for America’s position. Representative Bachmann’s work to protect the nation, in particular against radical Islam, has been strong and consistent. We do not consider her letter grade in this Scorecard to be an accurate representation of her commitment to national security issues in U.S. House of Representatives.
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**Representative Myrick was absent for several votes scored due to illness. Her office has indicated that she would have voted “yes” on each of them, in line with ACT! for America’s position. We do not consider Representative Myrick’s grade on this Scorecard to be an accurate representation of her strong commitment to national security issues in U.S. House of Representatives.
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***The Speaker of the House traditionally does not vote on legislation.
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