Overall, the New Hampshire General Court moved left in the last year, but Republican members stood opposed to the left’s radical agenda.
The North Carolina General Assembly earned a more conservative ranking last year, moving up three percentage points over the state’s 2019 score, according to data released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
The Nebraska Legislature gained 10 new conservatives last year, but overall, the legislature’s conservative rating dropped five percentage points from the previous year, according to data released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
The ACU ratings data conclude that Colorado lawmakers have the most liberal voting records on personal liberty, labor issues, health care, and welfare.
A total of 39 lawmakers in the Virginia General Assembly qualified as conservatives during the 2020 legislative session — a dramatic increase from the 16 who qualified as conservatives the prior year, according to scores released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
After a superb year of standing for conservative principles, the Indiana General Assembly has risen to be among the top 10 conservative legislatures in the country, according to the American Conservative Union Foundation’s annual ratings of state legislatures.
Republicans in Minnesota stood strong and opposed Governor Walz’s excessively harsh economic lockdown. These lawmakers were a vital voice for economic freedom and personal liberty in the midst of heavy-handed government policies from the governor’s office.
The state continues to lead in conservative health care innovations, including lowering health care costs by expanding access to association health plans.
The Mississippi State Legislature has gotten more conservative over the past year, earning its best ranking since 2016, according to the American Conservative Union Foundation’s annual ratings of state legislatures.
House Republicans (79%) once again had more conservative voting records than their Republican colleagues in the Senate, supporting the conservative position on nearly eight of ten issues.
The state’s rating was helped in large part by Democrats in the state legislature who received an average score of forty-eight percent — significantly higher than where Democrats are scoring in other states.
The Wisconsin State Legislature last year had one of the largest partisan divides in the country, according to the American Conservative Union Foundation’s annual ratings of state legislatures.