The main reason for this website is to give voters access to data about their legislators and how they vote. I’m continually trying to find new ways to relate information about legislators voting tendencies and patterns. One area that always bugs me is the small margins of many votes in the House of Representatives. It… Read More »New legislative Statistic – Critical Defections
There is a new tool available on Evidence-Based Wyoming, the Legislative Transparency Tool. The tool determines legislative transparency by calculating the percentage of votes that are roll call votes. Roll call votes let you know how your legislator voted. A voice vote isn’t recorded anywhere. There is no history of how a legislator voted for… Read More »Legislative Transparency – Why it Matters
So the Frontier Republicans are demanding civility in Wyoming’s political discourse. Is that what they want, or are their motives more sinister? Recently an email was sent out from the Frontier Republicans calling for civility while in different forums they vilifyied others as extremists and implied they are cockroaches. (Yeah, they really did that, they… Read More »Frontier Republicans – about civility or control?
A lot of chatter has been generated lately by a new group calling themselves ‘Frontier Republicans.’ This group believes that the Republican Party has been taken over by extremists. These ‘Frontier Republicans’ claim they represent the ‘real Republican Party’ and demand that there ‘should be no litmus test to be a Republican.’ Frontier Republicans are… Read More »Frontier Republicans – the new way to avoid accountability
If you want to see historical information about a Wyoming Legislator, or perhaps review a particular legislative session from 2009-2019 you have two options. 1. Download a spreadsheet to see how each legislator voted, even in committee by downloading a particular year’s summary reports for the session from 2009-2019. 2. Use the new legislator voting… Read More »Looking for voting history data on a Wyoming Legislator?
Get any legislators voting record from 2009 until today! To view a legislator’s voting record, go to the Legislator Analysis Tool, select a legislator and click on ‘View’. Every bill, every recorded vote from every committee and the committee of the whole going back until 2009.
This is a first. In the eight years I’ve done this analysis I’ve never seen a Republican agree with the Democrats more often than any Democrat. Until yesterday the 17th of February. Representative Sweeney (R?-Natrona) set a record by out agreeing with Minority Floor Leader Connolly votes. Rep. Sweeney did so by out agreeing with… Read More »Rep. Sweeney The 10th Democrat
Looking to see the action on various bills on a day a by day bases? Each file’s date is the date the file was generated. New reports are updated daily for the prior day‘s session. The report summarizes all roll call votes the previous day as recorded by the LSO, including committee votes. In addition,… Read More »2020 Wyoming Legislature Budget Session End of Day Report
This post will show the latest analysis in table form comparing each legislator against the Minority Floor Leader Rep Connolly as the representative of the Democrats and Speaker of the House Harshman as the representative of the Republicans. Links 2020 Voting Record – Wyoming House Republicans 2020 Voting Record Wyoming House of Representatives 2020 Legislative… Read More »2020 Voting Record – Wyoming House Democrats
This post will show the latest analysis in table form comparing each legislator against the Minority Floor Leader Rep Connolly as the representative of the Democrats and Speaker of the House Harshman as the representative of the Republicans. Links 2020 Voting Record – Wyoming House Democrats 2020 Voting Record Wyoming House of Representatives 2020 Legislative… Read More »2020 Voting Record – Wyoming House Republicans