The Republican Liberty Caucus has published its 2023 liberty-focused scorecard for the U.S. House.

The Liberty Index scores Republican members of Congress on 20 pivotal bills/votes from 2023 that either advance liberty or diminish liberty. For information on the bills selected, see the bill explanations on pages three and four of the document.

The Liberty Score is obtained by calculating the percentage that a Representative votes in line with the RLC. For example, the highest possible Liberty Score is 100. This is achieved if a Representative voted with the RLC 100% of the time. Bonus points are also available (see the list of bills).

A high score on this scorecard does not equate to an automatic endorsement from the RLC. This scorecard simply evaluates the voting record of each Republican member of Congress during the 2023 calendar year.

The Top Defenders of Liberty demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the principles of individual liberty, limited government and free markets. This means they voted against wasteful spending, they stood up for our constitutional rights, they voted to repeal unneeded laws/regulations, and they supported a non-interventionist foreign policy that keeps American troops out of undeclared wars.

This year only one Representative earned a perfect score: Congressman Thomas Massie. Congressmen Andy Biggs and Eli Crane also earned exceptional scores, at a nearly perfect 97. Other top scorers included Andrew Ogles (95), Anna Paulina Luna (94), Alex Mooney (94), Matt Gaetz (92), Bob Good (92), Paul Goasr (92), Scott Perry (92) Matt Rosendale (92), and Dan Bishop (91).

Liberty Index 2023 – RLC Sc… by RLC-AZ


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