At the end of every legislative session, MPA releases a legislative scorecard that evaluates legislators on where they stand not just on the individual issues, but also on their fundamental values, including where they stand on community, investing in the future, fairness, equality, and justice for all Maine people.
The scorecard is meant to show the nuanced distinctions between legislators, not necessarily the history of a bill’s life or death. Each scorecard roll call was carefully picked and reviewed by MPA and its allies to demonstrate the definitive struggles within each bill.
Click here to understand more about the values reflected in MPA's scorecards.
Click here to understand more about how to interperate MPA's scorecards.
For the full Senate scorecard, including the breakdown of individual votes, click here. Descriptions for scored legislation can be found here.
|ALFOND of Cumberland||D||95%||94%|
|BAKER of Sagadahoc||R||\||28%|
|BRAKEY of Androscoggin||R||\||12%|
|BREEN of Cumberland||D||\||89%|
|BURNS of Washington||R||18%||18%|
|COLLINS of York||R||19%||24%|
|CUSHING of Penobscot||R||10%||6%|
|CYRWAY of Kennebec||R||\||23%|
|DESCHAMBAULT of York||D||\||75|
|DAVIS of Piscataquis||R||\||24%|
|DIAMOND of Cumberland||D||\||71%|
|DILL of Penobscot||D||95%||89%|
|EDGECOMB of Aroostook||R||\||13%|
|GERZOFSKY of Cumberland||D||100%||100%|
|GRATWICK of Penobscot||D||95%||90%|
|HAMPER of Oxford||R||9%||0%|
|HASKELL of Cumberland||D||95%||94%|
|HILL of York||D||95%||84%|
|JOHNSON of Lincoln||D||95%||94%|
|KATZ of Kennebec||R||33%||45%|
|LANGLEY of Hancock||R||33%||33%|
|LIBBY of Androscoggin||D||96%||89%|
|MASON of Androscoggin||R||9%||6%|
|McCORMICK of Kennebec||R||\||18%|
|MILLET of Cumberland||D||86%||100%|
|MIRAMANT of Knox||D||\||89%|
|PATRICK of Oxford||D||91%||89%|
|ROSEN of Hancock||R||\||28%|
|SAVIELLO of Franklin||R||52%||46%|
|THIBODEAU of Waldo||R||5%||13%|
|VALENTINO of York||D||87%||80%|
|VOLK of Cumberland||R||23%||19%|
|WHITTEMORE of Somerset||R||14%||23%|
|WILLETTE of Aroostook||R||\||18%|
|WOODSOME of York||R||\||42%|