Hover over each Member of Congress (MOC) dot to see if they exceed or fall below their district’s expectations. If their dot is above their expected line, it means they’re voting more progressive than their colleagues in similar districts; if they are below the line, it means the opposite. Beyond being above or below their […]
Please enjoy our site now including updated PVIs and Scores for the 115th congress! As always, please remember to check the ticker on the map for its most recent update:
Even though we can’t write blog posts as much as we used to for this site, please continue using our site for all of our scores to better know how your representatives and senators are performing relative to their district. We will update the scores semi-regularly! You can see when our site and scores get […]
If you were still a Republican at the end of the Bush administration, we have a hard time buying that you’re a Democrat now. Filemon Vila stuck with the Republican party during the worst of times, and then he stuck with it some more, through the first two years of the Obama administration, which was […]
Christopher Ingraham points out that conservatives are, of course, dead wrong about this, but it explains quite a bit about American politics. Particularly when you consider who conservatives think the poor people are, the racial angle here jumps out. Read more from Pew’s awesome new political typology report.