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« on: June 22, 2012, 09:33:15 pm »
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Surprised no one has posted this yet.

http://nationaljournal.com/2011voteratings/congress-divided-2011-vote-ratings-20120223

Most liberal House (tie):

Grijalva (AZ-7)
Woolsey (CA-6)
Lee (CA-9)
Chu (CA-32)
Napolitano (CA-38)
Filner (CA-51)
Jackson, Jr. (IL-2)
Edwards (MD-4)
Olver (MA-1)
Capuano (MA-8)
Clarke (MI-13)
Ellison (MN-5)
Clay (MO-1)
Pallone (NJ-6)
Payne (NJ-10)
Serrano (NY-16)
Tonko (NY-21)

Most conservative House (tie):

Quayle (AZ-3)
Lamborn (CO-5)
Miller (FL-1)
Ross (FL-12)
Westmoreland (GA-3)
Price (GA-6)
Gingrey (GA-11)
Latta (OH-5)
Black (TN-6)
Fincher (TN-8)

Most liberal Senate:

1. Kirsten Gillibrand, N.Y. (D)
1. Jeff Merkley, Ore. (D)
3. Daniel Akaka, Hawaii (D)
3. Dick Durbin, Ill. (D)
5. Barbara Boxer, Calif. (D)
5. Sherrod Brown, Ohio (D)
5. Tom Harkin, Iowa (D)
5. Barbara Mikulski, Md. (D)
5. Tom Udall, N.M. (D)

Most conservative Senate:

1. Tom Coburn, Okla. (R)
2. Ron Johnson, Wis. (R)
3. Mike Crapo, Idaho (R)
4. Michael Enzi, Wyo. (R)
5. John Barrasso, Wyo. (R)

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If this is accurate, it should be easy to take out Ron Johnson in 2016.
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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2012, 09:41:40 pm »
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If this is accurate, it should be easy to take out Ron Johnson in 2016.

Wisconsin is quickly turning into a Republican bastion.

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« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2012, 09:46:05 pm »
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Miles, by that logic Brown and Udall should be Lincoln'd. Tongue

Otherwise no surprise except that Bernie Sanders, the professed socialist, is to the right of severeal Dem senators.
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« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2012, 04:25:39 am »
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Merkley is kind of like the Sherrod Brown of Oregon.

Republicans really don't have a strong bench here and I doubt they will have a competitive challenger against him (or Kitzhaber assuming he runs for another term) in 2014.
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« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2012, 07:42:03 pm »
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Otherwise no surprise except that Bernie Sanders, the professed socialist, is to the right of severeal Dem senators.

Actually, no, no that is in fact a surprise. I'd be immensely interested to see what metrics and definitions the National Journal is using here.
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« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2012, 08:40:06 pm »
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Otherwise no surprise except that Bernie Sanders, the professed socialist, is to the right of severeal Dem senators.

Actually, no, no that is in fact a surprise. I'd be immensely interested to see what metrics and definitions the National Journal is using here.

Mitch McConnell more conservative than Marco Rubio? CMR more conservative than Paul Ryan? Bob Casey to Bernie Sanders' left? Something is seriously effed up with their methodology.
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« Reply #6 on: June 26, 2012, 08:26:04 pm »
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Otherwise no surprise except that Bernie Sanders, the professed socialist, is to the right of severeal Dem senators.

Actually, no, no that is in fact a surprise. I'd be immensely interested to see what metrics and definitions the National Journal is using here.

These appear to be the votes used (they only count votes, not rhetoric):

http://nationaljournal.com/magazine/key-votes-used-to-calculate-the-ratings-20120223

BTW, here are the least conservative House GOPers:

1. Jones, NC-3
2. LaTourette, OH-14
3. Paul, TX-14
4. Amash, MI-3
5. Johnson, IL-15
6. Smith, NJ-4
7. Bass, NH-2
8. Hanna, NY-24
9. Dold, IL-10
10. Fitzpatrick, PA-8
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