Legislator Scores

Conservative Review
Liberty Scores

Heritage Action
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These scores reflect Congress voting records concerning thrifty spending and pro-liberty record, as of 10 December 2017.

These scores reflect Congress voting records in accordance with the Heritage Foundation's aims, as of August 2017.

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U.S. Senator Rand Paul

92% Liberty

91% Conservative

(Top 10% most pro-liberty senator)

85%-90%
Conservative

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U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell

42% Liberty

59% Conservative

(strong on 2nd Amendment;
weak on budget)

40%-56%
Conservative

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Representative Andy Barr

KY 6th District: Central Kentucky (Lexington and Frankfort)

42% Liberty

59% Conservative

(strong on 2nd Amendment;
weak on budget)

40%-56%
Conservative

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Representative Harold Rogers

KY 5th District: Eastern Kentucky

42% Liberty

59% Conservative

(strong on 2nd Amendment;
weak on budget)

40%-56%
Conservative

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Representative Thomas Massie

KY 4th District: Northern Kentucky

97% Liberty
91% Conservative
(Top 5% pro-liberty U.S. House Member)

86%-91%
Conservative

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Representative John Yarmuth

KY 3rd District: Louisville

Representative John Yarmuth

KY 3rd District: Louisville

14% Liberty
13% Conservative

14% Liberty
13% Conservative

11%
Conservative

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Representative Brett Guthrie

KY 2nd District: Owensboro

43% Liberty
64% Conservative

61%-67%
Conservative

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Representative James Comer Jr.

KY 1st District: Paducah

As of December 2017, James Comer has not been in office long enough for a substantial enough of a record to be properly evaluated.

As of December 2017, James Comer has not been in office long enough for a substantial enough of a record to be properly evaluated.

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