Legislative scorecard

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A legislative scorecard, in North American parlance, refers to any ranked balanced scorecard used by advocacy groups to rank sitting legislators or candidates for legislative office on their voting record. It is also used to refer to ranked indexes of introduced or ratified legislation on certain criteria.

Scorecards are usually aggregated on an annual basis, and are often composed by political advocacy groups as educative tools for voters in their decision-making at the ballot box. They are also useful for endorsement of candidates by other organizations.

Notable legislative scorecards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Legislative Scorecard - AFL–CIO
  2. ^ ACLU's Legislative Scorecard 2018 - American Civil Liberties Union
  3. ^ "Legislative Ratings | The American Conservative Union". Conservative.org. Retrieved 2012-07-17.
  4. ^ ADA Voting Records - Americans for Democratic Action
  5. ^ AFP Scorecard - Americans for Prosperity
  6. ^ FRC Action Vote Scorecard - Family Research Council
  7. ^ Congressional Scorecards - FreedomWorks
  8. ^ Scorecard - Heritage Action
  9. ^ Congressional Scorecard - Human Rights Campaign
  10. ^ Humane Scorecard
  11. ^ National Environmental Scorecard - League of Conservation Voters
  12. ^ Civil Rights Legislative Report Cards - NAACP
  13. ^ NTU Rates Congress - National Taxpayers Union
  14. ^ Congressional Scorecard Archived 2014-06-14 at the Wayback Machine.
  15. ^ Progressive Public Health and Environmental Scorecard - National Nurses United