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Do You Care About Getting Money Out of Politics?

Then here is whom to vote for on November 4!

What is it?

  • "Citizens United" refers to a 2010 Supreme Court ruling that overturned campaign finance rules; now, corporations may finance independent campaign ads ("Citizens United" was a non-profit corporation which lobbied for conservative causes) with unlimited money. Recent legislation includes:

  • Some in Congress want to fight Citizens United with a Constitutional Amendment that corporate political spending is not free speech; the Senate vote below addresses that aspect.

  • Some in Congress want to counter-balance corporate spending with vouchers for small campaign contributions or more matching funds but with greater disclosure; opponents push back in the House vote below.

  • A related campaign issue is about who gets to vote: we associate in our lists campaign finance with Voter ID laws. Supporters push for more voters (like they push for more donors); opponents push for requiring photo ID's to vote; this seems likely to become the next big aspect of this issue.

How does it get passed?

It takes 218 Congresspersons to pass campaign finance reform bills in the House of Representatives. It takes 60 Senators in the Senate (a super-majority is needed on this issue, to avoid filibusters).

What's happened so far?

The last major House bill, (Repeals Taxpayer Financing of Presidential Election), passed the House with 235 votes -- this bill would remove the tax form check-off of $3, which would reduce the public money available to presidential candidates.

The last major Senate bill, proposing a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United, was rejected in the Senate with 54 votes in the Senate (60 votes were needed; so 6 more votes needed to break filibuster).

What will the candidates running in my area on November 4 do?

You'll see below the names of everyone running, for whom we can predict their vote on this issue. They are organized alphabetically by State in one of the two lists below!

The PRO list are those running in 2014 who have supported limiting corporate campaigning.

The CON list are those running in 2014 who have opposed limiting corporate campaigning.

An interpretation key appears at the bottom.

Get your friends and family and friends on Facebook and Twitter and elsewhere to help elect 218 and 60 and campaign finance reform will pass!

Candidate Responses

    Getting Money Out of Politics

    PRO: (Supporters of Getting Money Out of Politics)

  1. AK: Mark Begich (AK Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  2. AK: Lisa Murkowski (AK Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  3. AL: Bobby Bright (AL-2 House: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  4. AL: Terri Sewell (AL-7 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  5. AR: Rick Crawford (AR-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  6. AR: Mark Swaney (AR Senatorial: 2014 Green Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  7. AR: Bruce Westerman (AR-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  8. AZ: Ron Barber (AZ-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  9. AZ: Jeff Flake (AZ Senatorial: Republican Challenger): An absolute YES vote
  10. AZ: Trent Franks (AZ-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  11. AZ: Paul Gosar (AZ-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  12. AZ: Raul Grijalva (AZ-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  13. AZ: Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  14. AZ: John McCain (AZ Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  15. AZ: Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-9 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  16. CA: Joe Baca (CA-31 House: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  17. CA: Karen Bass (CA-37 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  18. CA: Xavier Becerra (CA-34 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  19. CA: Ami Bera (CA-7 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  20. CA: Barbara Boxer (CA Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  21. CA: Julia Brownley (CA-26 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  22. CA: Lois Capps (CA-24 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  23. CA: Tony Cardenas (CA-29 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  24. CA: Judy Chu (CA-27 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  25. CA: Jim Costa (CA-16 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  26. CA: Susan Davis (CA-53 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  27. CA: Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  28. CA: Jeff Denham (CA-10 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  29. CA: Anna Eshoo (CA-18 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  30. CA: Sam Farr (CA-20 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  31. CA: Dianne Feinstein (CA Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  32. CA: John Garamendi (CA-3 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  33. CA: Janice Hahn (CA-44 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  34. CA: Mike Honda (CA-17 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  35. CA: Jared Huffman (CA-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  36. CA: Darrell Issa (CA-49 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  37. CA: Barbara Lee (CA-13 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  38. CA: Zoe Lofgren (CA-19 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  39. CA: Alan Lowenthal (CA-47 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  40. CA: Doris Matsui (CA-6 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  41. CA: Kevin McCarthy (CA-23 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  42. CA: Tom McClintock (CA-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  43. CA: Gloria Negrete McLeod (CA-35 House: Democrat (County run 2014)): A likely YES vote
  44. CA: Jerry McNerney (CA-9 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  45. CA: Grace Napolitano (CA-32 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  46. CA: Doug Ose (CA-3 House: Republican challenger): A solid YES vote
  47. CA: Nancy Pelosi (CA-12 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  48. CA: Scott Peters (CA-52 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  49. CA: Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  50. CA: Raul Ruiz (CA-36 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  51. CA: Linda Sanchez (CA-38 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  52. CA: Loretta Sanchez (CA-46 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  53. CA: Adam Schiff (CA-28 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  54. CA: Brad Sherman (CA-30 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  55. CA: Jackie Speier (CA-14 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  56. CA: Eric Swalwell (CA-15 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  57. CA: Mark Takano (CA-41 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  58. CA: Mike Thompson (CA-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  59. CA: Norma Torres (CA-35 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  60. CA: Juan Vargas (CA-51 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  61. CA: Maxine Waters (CA-43 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  62. CO: Michael Bennet (CO Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  63. CO: Mike Coffman (CO-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  64. CO: Diana DeGette (CO-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  65. CO: Cory Gardner (CO Senatorial: Republican Senate challenger): A likely YES vote
  66. CO: Doug Lamborn (CO-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  67. CO: Ed Perlmutter (CO-7 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  68. CO: Jared Polis (CO-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  69. CO: Scott Tipton (CO-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  70. CO: Mark Udall (CO Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator; previously Representative): An absolute YES vote
  71. CT: Richard Blumenthal (CT Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  72. CT: Joe Courtney (CT-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  73. CT: Rosa DeLauro (CT-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  74. CT: Elizabeth Esty (CT-5 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  75. CT: Jim Himes (CT-4 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  76. CT: John Larson (CT-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  77. CT: Chris Murphy (CT Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  78. DC: Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC-Delegate House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  79. DE: John Carney (DE-AL House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  80. DE: Tom Carper (DE Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  81. DE: Chris Coons (DE Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  82. DE: Christine O`Donnell (DE Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  83. DE: Kevin Wade (DE Senatorial: Republican Senate challenger): A likely YES vote
  84. FL: Gus Bilirakis (FL-12 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  85. FL: Corrine Brown (FL-5 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  86. FL: Vern Buchanan (FL-16 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  87. FL: Kathy Castor (FL-14 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  88. FL: Ander Crenshaw (FL-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  89. FL: Ted Deutch (FL-21 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  90. FL: Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  91. FL: Lois Frankel (FL-22 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  92. FL: Joe Garcia (FL-26 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  93. FL: Alan Grayson (FL-9 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  94. FL: Alcee Hastings (FL-20 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  95. FL: Kendrick Meek (FL-17 House: Democratic Gubernatorial): A likely YES vote
  96. FL: John Mica (FL-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  97. FL: Jeff Miller (FL-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  98. FL: Patrick Murphy (FL-18 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  99. FL: Bill Nelson (FL Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  100. FL: Bill Posey (FL-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  101. FL: Tom Rooney (FL-17 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  102. FL: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27 House: Republican): An absolute YES vote
  103. FL: Dennis Ross (FL-15 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  104. FL: Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  105. FL: Frederica Wilson (FL-24 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  106. FL: Ted Yoho (FL-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  107. GA: John Barrow (GA-12 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  108. GA: Bob Barr (GA-11 House: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  109. GA: Sanford Bishop (GA-2 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  110. GA: Paul Broun (GA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  111. GA: Doug Collins (GA-9 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  112. GA: Phil Gingrey (GA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  113. GA: Karen Handel (GA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  114. GA: Johnny Isakson (GA Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative): A likely YES vote
  115. GA: Hank Johnson (GA-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  116. GA: John Lewis (GA-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  117. GA: Michelle Nunn (GA Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  118. GA: Tom Price (GA-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  119. GA: Austin Scott (GA-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  120. GA: David Scott (GA-13 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  121. GA: Lynn Westmoreland (GA-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  122. HI: Charles Djou (HI-1 House: Republican Governor challenger): A likely YES vote
  123. HI: Tulsi Gabbard (HI-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  124. HI: Colleen Hanabusa (HI Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A solid YES vote
  125. HI: Mazie Hirono (HI Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A solid YES vote
  126. HI: Eddie Pirkowski (HI Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  127. HI: Brian Schatz (HI Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator Appointee): A likely YES vote
  128. IA: Bruce Braley (IA Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A solid YES vote
  129. IA: Steve King (IA-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  130. IA: David Loebsack (IA-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  131. ID: Larry LaRocco (ID Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  132. ID: Raul Labrador (ID-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  133. ID: Nels Mitchell (ID Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  134. IL: Cheri Bustos (IL-17 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  135. IL: Danny Davis (IL-7 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  136. IL: Tammy Duckworth (IL-8 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  137. IL: Richard Durbin (IL Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  138. IL: Bill Foster (IL-11 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  139. IL: Luis Gutierrez (IL-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  140. IL: Robin Kelly (IL-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  141. IL: Mark Kirk (IL Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  142. IL: Dan Lipinski (IL-3 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  143. IL: Mike Quigley (IL-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  144. IL: Peter Roskam (IL-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  145. IL: Bobby Rush (IL-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  146. IL: Jan Schakowsky (IL-9 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  147. IL: Bobby Schilling (IL-17 House: Republican challenger 2014): A likely YES vote
  148. IL: Aaron Schock (IL-18 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  149. IL: John Shimkus (IL-15 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  150. IL: Doug Truax (IL Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger (lost primary)): A likely YES vote
  151. IN: Susan Brooks (IN-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  152. IN: Andre Carson (IN-7 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  153. IN: Joe Donnelly (IN Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): An absolute YES vote
  154. IN: Luke Messer (IN-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  155. IN: Peter Visclosky (IN-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  156. IN: Todd Young (IN-9 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  157. KS: Lynn Jenkins (KS-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  158. KS: Greg Orman (KS Senatorial: Independent Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  159. KS: Chad Taylor (KS Senatorial: Democrat Challenger): A likely YES vote
  160. KS: Kevin Yoder (KS-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  161. KY: Alison Grimes (KY Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  162. KY: Brett Guthrie (KY-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  163. KY: Thomas Massie (KY-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  164. KY: Rand Paul (KY Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  165. KY: John Yarmuth (KY-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  166. LA: Charles Boustany (LA-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  167. LA: Bill Cassidy (LA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  168. LA: John Fleming (LA-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  169. LA: Mary Landrieu (LA Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  170. LA: Cedric Richmond (LA-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  171. LA: Steve Scalise (LA-1 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  172. LA: David Vitter (LA Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative): A likely YES vote
  173. MA: Michael Capuano (MA-7 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  174. MA: Katherine Clark (MA-5 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  175. MA: Brian Herr (MA Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  176. MA: Bill Keating (MA-9 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  177. MA: Joe Kennedy III (MA-4 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  178. MA: Steve Lynch (MA-8 House: Democrat (Senate run 2013)): A solid YES vote
  179. MA: Ed Markey (MA Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A solid YES vote
  180. MA: Jim McGovern (MA-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  181. MA: Seth Moulton (MA-6 House: Democratic Nominee): A likely YES vote
  182. MA: Richard Neal (MA-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  183. MA: Bruce Skarin (MA Senatorial: Independent Challenger): A likely YES vote
  184. MA: John Tierney (MA-6 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  185. MA: Niki Tsongas (MA-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  186. MA: Elizabeth Warren (MA Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  187. MD: Benjamin Cardin (MD Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator, previously Representative): A solid YES vote
  188. MD: Elijah Cummings (MD-7 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  189. MD: John Delaney (MD-6 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  190. MD: Donna Edwards (MD-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  191. MD: Steny Hoyer (MD-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  192. MD: Barbara Mikulski (MD Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  193. MD: Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-2 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  194. MD: John Sarbanes (MD-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  195. MD: Chris Van Hollen (MD-8 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  196. ME: Susan Collins (ME Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  197. ME: Angus King (ME Senatorial: Independent Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  198. ME: Chellie Pingree (ME-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  199. MI: John Conyers (MI-13 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  200. MI: Dan Kildee (MI-5 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  201. MI: Sander Levin (MI-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  202. MI: Candice Miller (MI-10 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  203. MI: Gary Peters (MI Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): An absolute YES vote
  204. MI: Mike Rogers (MI-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  205. MI: Debbie Stabenow (MI Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  206. MI: Fred Upton (MI-6 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  207. MI: Tim Walberg (MI-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  208. MI: Matt Wiedenhoeft (MI Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger (withdrawn)): A likely YES vote
  209. MN: Keith Ellison (MN-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  210. MN: Tom Emmer (MN-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  211. MN: Al Franken (MN Senatorial: Democrat/DFL Jr Senator): A solid YES vote
  212. MN: John Kline (MN-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  213. MN: Amy Klobuchar (MN Senatorial: Democrat/DFL Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  214. MN: Betty McCollum (MN-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  215. MN: Rick Nolan (MN-8 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  216. MN: Erik Paulsen (MN-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  217. MN: Collin Peterson (MN-7 House: Democrat/Farmer/Labor): A likely YES vote
  218. MN: Tim Walz (MN-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  219. MO: Roy Blunt (MO Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  220. MO: William Lacy Clay (MO-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  221. MO: Emmanuel Cleaver (MO-5 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  222. MO: Samuel Graves (MO-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  223. MO: Vicky Hartzler (MO-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  224. MO: Billy Long (MO-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  225. MO: Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  226. MO: Claire McCaskill (MO Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator; previously state Auditor): A solid YES vote
  227. MO: Ann Wagner (MO-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  228. MS: Travis Childers (MS Senatorial: Democratic Senate challenger): A likely YES vote
  229. MS: Thad Cochran (MS Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  230. MS: Gregg Harper (MS-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  231. MS: Gene Taylor (MS-4 House: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  232. MS: Bennie Thompson (MS-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  233. MT: John Bohlinger (MT Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  234. MT: Sam Rankin (MT Senatorial: Reform Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  235. MT: Corey Stapleton (MT Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  236. MT: Jon Tester (MT Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  237. MT: John Walsh (MT Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  238. Maine: Shenna Bellows (Maine Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  239. NC: Alma Adams (NC-12 House: Democratic Nominee): A likely YES vote
  240. NC: G.K. Butterfield (NC-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  241. NC: Virginia Foxx (NC-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  242. NC: Kay Hagan (NC Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  243. NC: Richard Hudson (NC-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  244. NC: Walter Beaman Jones (NC-3 House: Republican): An absolute YES vote
  245. NC: David Eugene Price (NC-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  246. NE: Dave Domina (NE Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  247. NE: Deb Fischer (NE Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  248. NE: Jeff Fortenberry (NE-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  249. NE: Adrian Smith (NE-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  250. NE: Lee Terry (NE-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  251. NH: Kelly Ayotte (NH Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  252. NH: Annie Kuster (NH-2 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  253. NH: Andy Martin (NH Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  254. NH: Jim Rubens (NH Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  255. NH: Jeanne Shaheen (NH Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A solid YES vote
  256. NH: Carol Shea-Porter (NH-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  257. NH: Karen Testerman (NH Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  258. NJ: Cory Booker (NJ Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  259. NJ: Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  260. NJ: Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ-11 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  261. NJ: Scott Garrett (NJ-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  262. NJ: Rush Holt (NJ Senatorial: Democratic challenger; U.S. Rep.): An absolute YES vote
  263. NJ: Leonard Lance (NJ-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  264. NJ: Frank LoBiondo (NJ-2 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  265. NJ: Robert Menendez (NJ Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator; previously Representative): A solid YES vote
  266. NJ: Frank Pallone (NJ Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): An absolute YES vote
  267. NJ: Bill Pascrell (NJ-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  268. NJ: Albio Sires (NJ-8 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  269. NJ: Christopher Smith (NJ-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  270. NM: Martin Heinrich (NM Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A solid YES vote
  271. NM: Michelle Lujan-Grisham (NM-1 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  272. NM: Ben Ray Lujan (NM-3 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  273. NM: Tom Udall (NM Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator; previously Representative): An absolute YES vote
  274. NV: Mark Amodei (NV-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  275. NV: Joe Heck (NV-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  276. NV: Dean Heller (NV Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  277. NV: Steven Horsford (NV-4 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  278. NV: Harry Reid (NV Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  279. NV: Dina Titus (NV-1 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  280. NY: Timothy Bishop (NY-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  281. NY: Yvette Clarke (NY-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  282. NY: Joseph Crowley (NY-14 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  283. NY: Eliot Engel (NY-16 House: Democrat/Liberal): An absolute YES vote
  284. NY: Vito Fossella (NY-11 House: Rep./Cons. challenger): A likely YES vote
  285. NY: Chris Gibson (NY-19 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  286. NY: Kirsten Gillibrand (NY Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  287. NY: Brian Higgins (NY-26 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  288. NY: Steve Israel (NY-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  289. NY: Hakeem Jeffries (NY-8 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  290. NY: Nita Lowey (NY-17 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  291. NY: Dan Maffei (NY-24 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  292. NY: Carolyn Maloney (NY-12 House: Democrat/Liberal): An absolute YES vote
  293. NY: Sean Maloney (NY-18 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  294. NY: Gregory Meeks (NY-5 House: Dem./Working-Families): A likely YES vote
  295. NY: Grace Meng (NY-6 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  296. NY: Jerrold Nadler (NY-10 House: Dem./Lib./Working-Families): An absolute YES vote
  297. NY: Charles Rangel (NY-13 House: Dem./Lib./Working-Families): An absolute YES vote
  298. NY: Charles Schumer (NY Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  299. NY: Jose Serrano (NY-15 House: Democrat/Liberal): An absolute YES vote
  300. NY: Louise Slaughter (NY-25 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  301. NY: Paul Tonko (NY-20 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  302. NY: Nydia Velazquez (NY-7 House: Democrat/Working-Families): A solid YES vote
  303. Nebraska: Ben Sasse (Nebraska Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  304. OH: Joyce Beatty (OH-3 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  305. OH: John Boccieri (OH-7 House: Democratic challenger): A likely YES vote
  306. OH: John Boehner (OH-8 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  307. OH: Sherrod Brown (OH Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  308. OH: Steve Chabot (OH-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  309. OH: Marcia Fudge (OH-11 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  310. OH: Bill Johnson (OH-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  311. OH: Jim Jordan (OH-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  312. OH: Marcy Kaptur (OH-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  313. OH: Bob Latta (OH-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  314. OH: Tim Ryan (OH-13 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  315. OH: Pat Tiberi (OH-12 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  316. OK: Dan Boren (OK-2 House: Democratic Governor Challenger): A likely YES vote
  317. OK: Tom Cole (OK-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  318. OK: Connie Johnson (OK Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  319. OK: Matt Silverstein (OK Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  320. OR: Earl Blumenauer (OR-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  321. OR: Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  322. OR: Jason Conger (OR Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  323. OR: Peter Defazio (OR-4 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  324. OR: Jeff Merkley (OR Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): A solid YES vote
  325. OR: Kurt Schrader (OR-5 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  326. OR: Greg Walden (OR-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  327. OR: Monica Wehby (OR Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  328. OR: Ron Wyden (OR Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  329. PA: Brendan Boyle (PA-13 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  330. PA: Robert Brady (PA-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  331. PA: Matt Cartwright (PA-17 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  332. PA: Bob Casey (PA Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator; previously state treasurer): A solid YES vote
  333. PA: Charles Dent (PA-15 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  334. PA: Mike Doyle (PA-14 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  335. PA: Chaka Fattah (PA-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  336. PA: Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky (PA-13 House: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  337. PA: Patrick Meehan (PA-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  338. PA: Tim Murphy (PA-18 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  339. RI: David Cicilline (RI-1 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  340. RI: James Langevin (RI-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  341. RI: Jack Reed (RI Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): An absolute YES vote
  342. RI: Sheldon Whitehouse (RI Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator, previously attorney general): An absolute YES vote
  343. SC: James Clyburn (SC-6 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  344. SC: Joyce Dickerson (SC Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  345. SC: Jeff Duncan (SC-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  346. SC: Trey Gowdy (SC-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  347. SC: Lindsey Graham (SC Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  348. SC: Brad Hutto (SC Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  349. SC: Nancy Mace (SC Senatorial: Republican Senate challenger): A likely YES vote
  350. SC: Tom Rice (SC-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  351. SC: Mark Sanford (SC-1 House: Republican): A solid YES vote
  352. SC: Joe Wilson (SC-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  353. SD: Kristi Noem (SD-AL House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  354. SD: Larry Pressler (SD Senatorial: Independent Challenger): A likely YES vote
  355. SD: Mike Rounds (SD Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  356. SD: John Thune (SD Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative): A likely YES vote
  357. SD: Rick Weiland (SD Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  358. TN: Terry Adams (TN Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  359. TN: Marsha Blackburn (TN-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  360. TN: Steve Cohen (TN-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  361. TN: Jim Cooper (TN-5 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  362. TN: Bob Corker (TN Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  363. TN: Scott DesJarlais (TN-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  364. TN: Jimmy Duncan (TN-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  365. TN: Phil Roe (TN-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  366. TX: David Alameel (TX Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  367. TX: Michael Burgess (TX-26 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  368. TX: John Carter (TX-31 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  369. TX: Joaquin Castro (TX-20 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  370. TX: Henry Cuellar (TX-28 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  371. TX: John Culberson (TX-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  372. TX: Lloyd Doggett (TX-35 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  373. TX: Bill Flores (TX-17 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  374. TX: Pete Gallego (TX-23 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  375. TX: Kay Granger (TX-12 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  376. TX: Al Green (TX-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  377. TX: Gene Green (TX-29 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  378. TX: Jeb Hensarling (TX-5 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  379. TX: Ruben Hinojosa (TX-15 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  380. TX: Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  381. TX: Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  382. TX: Scott Keller (TX-8 House: Independent Challenger): A solid YES vote
  383. TX: Kenny Marchant (TX-24 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  384. TX: Michael McCaul (TX-10 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  385. TX: Randy Neugebauer (TX-19 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  386. TX: Beto O`Rourke (TX-16 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  387. TX: Pete Olson (TX-22 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  388. TX: Ted Poe (TX-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  389. TX: Pete Sessions (TX-32 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  390. TX: Marc Veasey (TX-33 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  391. UT: Jason Chaffetz (UT-3 House: Republican (Senate run 2012)): A likely YES vote
  392. UT: Mike Lee (UT Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  393. VA: Dave Brat (VA-7 House: Republican Nominee): A likely YES vote
  394. VA: Gerry Connolly (VA-11 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  395. VA: Randy Forbes (VA-4 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  396. VA: Bob Goodlatte (VA-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  397. VA: Scott Rigell (VA-2 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  398. VA: Bobby Scott (VA-3 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  399. VA: Mark Warner (VA Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator; previously Governor): A likely YES vote
  400. VA: Robert Wittman (VA-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  401. VI: Donna Christensen (VI-Delegate House: Governor candidate 2014): A likely YES vote
  402. VT: Patrick Leahy (VT Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A solid YES vote
  403. VT: Bernie Sanders (VT Senatorial: Independent Jr Senator, previously Representative): A likely YES vote
  404. VT: Peter Welch (VT-At-Large House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  405. WA: Maria Cantwell (WA Senatorial: Democratic Jr Senator): A solid YES vote
  406. WA: Suzan DelBene (WA-1 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  407. WA: Denny Heck (WA-10 House: Democrat): A likely YES vote
  408. WA: Jaime Herrera (WA-3 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  409. WA: Derek Kilmer (WA-6 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  410. WA: Rick Larsen (WA-2 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  411. WA: Jim McDermott (WA-7 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  412. WA: Patty Murray (WA Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  413. WA: Dave Reichert (WA-8 House: Republican (Governor run 2012)): A likely YES vote
  414. WA: David Adam Smith (WA-9 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  415. WI: Tammy Baldwin (WI Senatorial: Democratic Challenger): A likely YES vote
  416. WI: Sean Duffy (WI-7 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  417. WI: Ron Johnson (WI Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely YES vote
  418. WI: Ron Kind (WI-3 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  419. WI: Gwen Moore (WI-4 House: Democrat): An absolute YES vote
  420. WI: Tom Petri (WI-6 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  421. WI: Mark Pocan (WI-2 House: Democrat): A solid YES vote
  422. WV: Shelley Moore Capito (WV Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely YES vote
  423. WV: Zane Lawhorn (WV Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  424. WV: Joe Manchin III (WV Senatorial: Democratic Senator): A likely YES vote
  425. WV: David McKinley (WV-1 House: Republican): A likely YES vote
  426. WV: Natalie Tennant (WV Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  427. WY: John Barrasso (WY Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely YES vote
  428. WY: Charlie Hardy (WY Senatorial: Democratic Senate Challenger): A likely YES vote
  429. WY: Cynthia Lummis (WY-AL House: Republican): A likely YES vote

    CON: (Opponents of Getting Money Out of Politics)

  1. AK: Joe Miller (AK Senatorial: Challenger and previous Republican Nominee): A likely NO vote
  2. AK: Dan Sullivan (AK Senatorial: Republican challenger): A likely NO vote
  3. AK: Don Young (AK-AL House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  4. AL: Robert Aderholt (AL-4 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  5. AL: Gary Palmer (AL-6 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  6. AL: Jeff Sessions (AL Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely NO vote
  7. AL: Richard Shelby (AL Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A solid NO vote
  8. AR: Mark Pryor (AR Senatorial: Democratic Sr Senator): A likely NO vote
  9. AZ: Matt Salmon (AZ-5 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  10. CA: Doug LaMalfa (CA-1 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  11. CA: Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  12. CA: Ed Royce (CA-39 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  13. CO: Randy Baumgardner (CO Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  14. CO: Owen Hill (CO Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  15. CO: Amy Stephens (CO Senatorial: Republican Challenger (withdrawn)): A likely NO vote
  16. GA: Buddy Carter (GA-1 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  17. GA: Barry Loudermilk (GA-11 House: Republican Nominee): A likely NO vote
  18. GA: Amanda Swafford (GA Senatorial: Libertarian Challenger): A likely NO vote
  19. HI: Cam Cavasso (HI Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  20. IA: Doug Butzier (IA Senatorial: Libertarian Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  21. IA: Sam Clovis (IA Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  22. IA: Joni Ernst (IA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  23. IA: Chuck Grassley (IA Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely NO vote
  24. ID: Michael Crapo (ID Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A solid NO vote
  25. ID: Jim Risch (ID Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator; previously Governor): A likely NO vote
  26. ID: Mike Simpson (ID-2 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  27. IN: Daniel Coats (IN Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely NO vote
  28. KS: Randall Batson (KS Senatorial: Libertarian Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  29. KS: Pat Roberts (KS Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute NO vote
  30. KY: Mitch McConnell (KY Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute NO vote
  31. KY: Ed Whitfield (KY-1 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  32. LA: Rob Maness (LA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  33. MA: Gabriel Gomez (MA Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  34. ME: Scott D`Amboise (ME Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  35. MI: Kerry Bentivolio (MI-11 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  36. MI: Peter Konetchy (MI-4 House: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  37. MI: Terri Lynn Land (MI Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  38. MN: Jim Abeler (MN Senatorial: Republican challenger): A likely NO vote
  39. MS: Chris McDaniel (MS Senatorial: Republican challenger): A likely NO vote
  40. MS: Roger Wicker (MS Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator; previously Representative): A likely NO vote
  41. MT: Champ Edmunds (MT Senatorial: Democrat Challenger): A likely NO vote
  42. MT: Dennis Rehberg (MT-AL House: Republican (Senate run 2014)): A likely NO vote
  43. NC: Richard Burr (NC Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative): A likely NO vote
  44. NC: Sean Haugh (NC Senatorial: Libertarian Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  45. NC: Robert Pittenger (NC-9 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  46. NC: David Rouzer (NC-7 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  47. NC: Thom Tillis (NC Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  48. ND: Kevin Cramer (ND-0 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  49. NE: Shane Osborn (NE Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  50. NJ: Jeff Bell (NJ Senatorial: Republican Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  51. NM: Allen Weh (NM Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  52. NY: Peter King (NY-2 House: Rep./Ind./Cons./Right-To-Life): A likely NO vote
  53. OH: Rob Portman (OH Senatorial: Republican Jr Senator): A likely NO vote
  54. OK: James Inhofe (OK Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute NO vote
  55. OK: Steve Russell (OK-5 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  56. OK: T.W. Shannon (OK Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  57. SC: Lee Bright (SC Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  58. SD: Gordon Howie (SD Senatorial: Independent Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  59. TN: Lamar Alexander (TN Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely NO vote
  60. TN: Joe Carr (TN Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  61. TX: Brian Babin (TX-36 House: Republican Nominee): A likely NO vote
  62. TX: John Cornyn (TX Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A likely NO vote
  63. TX: Ted Cruz (TX Senatorial: Republican Challenger): A likely NO vote
  64. TX: Emily Sanchez (TX Senatorial: Green Party Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  65. TX: Steve Stockman (TX Senatorial: Republican challenger (Lost primary)): A likely NO vote
  66. TX: Randy Weber (TX-14 House: Republican): A likely NO vote
  67. UT: Orrin Hatch (UT Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): An absolute NO vote
  68. VA: Robert Sarvis (VA Senatorial: Libertarian Challenger for Senate): A likely NO vote
  69. WV: John Buckley (WV Senatorial: Libertarian Senate challenger): A likely NO vote
  70. WV: Pat McGeehan (WV Senatorial: Republican Senate Challenger): A likely NO vote
  71. WY: Michael Enzi (WY Senatorial: Republican Sr Senator): A solid NO vote

    How to interpret this page

  • The list above includes candidates for Senate and House seats in 2014.
  • All of the above ratings are based on multiple sources of information.
  • The sources of information include legislative votes; bill sponsorships; group ratings; campaign websites; campaign debates; and biographical books.
  • Each information source is rated as supporting the topic, or opposing the topic.
  • The number of opposing sources is subtracted from the number of supporting sources; if the net sum is positive, the candidate counts as "Pro"; if negative, the candidate counts as "Con."
  • Click on the candidate's name to see the list of information sources, and whether we rate is as supporting or opposing.
  • Click on the date of each information source to see a full excerpt and context.

    Key for Pro votes:
  • An aboslute YES vote: 5 or more net supporting information sources, indicating consistent and long-standing support
  • A solid YES vote: 3 or 4 net supporting information sources, indicating substantive support
  • A likely YES vote: 1 or 2 net supporting information sources, indicating some support but not enough for certitude.
  • If a candidate has a net zero supporting information sources (or no information sources), that candidate is not listed above at all.

    Key for Con votes:
  • An absolute NO vote: 5 or more net opposinginformation sources, indicating consistent and long-standing opposition
  • A solid NO vote: 3 or 4 net opposing information sources, indicating substantive opposition
  • A likely NO vote: 1 or 2 net opposing information sources, indicating some opposition but not enough for certitude.


  • The above list is not fully inclusive; many House challengers are not included, but all House incumbents are eligibla.
  • All major-party Senate candidates (and incumbents) are eligible; and most Senate challengers are, too.
  • Some of the candidates listed above lost in the primary, but are still listed.


                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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