The August recess is a good time to provide an update on the scores of our Republicans elected to seats in the U.S. House. It’s also a good time to dispel some of the myths from the liar media and political consultants.

It is true that a majority of Americans have a lower opinion of the U.S. House than they did six months ago. The false reason given for this is that the “good Republicans” are being held hostage by the conservative crazies. They go on to suggest that these conservative crazies are just a bunch of white men from the deep south who just want to turn back the clock to the way it was in the 19th century.

The right reason for the lower opinion Americans have for the U.S. House is that nothing has changed. At this time scores from Heritage Action Scorecard reveal that Republicans have been elected to seats in the House from 44 states compared to the 40 states that have elected Democrats to seats in the House. Conservative Republicans have been elected from Blue States, not just the deep south, and they are not just white men. The liberal Democrats who want to destroy the energy sector of the US economy are more Hell-bent on turning back the clock to the way it was in the 19th century.

Majority rules and while conservatives have closed the gap they are not the majority in the U.S. House. The breakdown for the 246 Republicans is 132 Republican and NOT conservative to 114 Republican AND conservative. Until there are a majority of Republican AND conservative members seated in the U.S. House the Speaker is going to be Republican and NOT conservative. This dismays conservatives, but we just need to continue electing more conservatives until we have the majority.

It’s just too time consuming to create tables of all 114 conservative Republicans and all 132 Republicans who are not conservative. You can find your congress critter’s score here. What the tables below provide are a conservative member from each of 33 states that elects conservatives in the first table. The second table has a Republican who is not conservative from 11 states that have not elected a conservative. Cynthia Lummis WY-at-large proves a conservative Republican can be elected into an at-large seat. Jim Sensenbrenner proves a Republican can remain conservative even after 36 years in DC

33 Conservative Republicans Elected from 33 States

Member Score
REP. KEN BUCK CO-4 100%
REP. MO BROOKS AL-5 99%
REP. JIM JORDAN OH-4 96%
REP. JOHN RATCLIFFE TX-4 95%
REP. DAVID BRAT VA-7 95%
REP. JIM BRIDENSTINE OK-1 94%
REP. JIM SENSENBRENNER WI-5 94%
REP. JODY HICE GA-10 92%
REP. RAUL LABRADOR ID-1 92%
REP. SCOTT DESJARLAIS TN-4 92%
REP. PAUL GOSAR AZ-4 91%
REP. JUSTIN AMASH MI-3 91%
REP. TIM HUELSKAMP KS-1 91%
REP. THOMAS MASSIE KY-4 91%
REP. JOHN FLEMING LA-4 91%
REP. MICK MULVANEY SC-5 91%
REP. TOM MCCLINTOCK CA-4 90%
REP. CURT CLAWSON FL-19 88%
REP. ANDY HARRIS MD-1 88%
REP. WALTER JONES NC-3 88%
REP. SCOTT GARRETT NJ-5 87%
REP. MIA LOVE UT-4 87%
REP. SCOTT PERRY PA-4 86%
REP. CYNTHIA LUMMIS WY-at-large 86%
REP. STEVEN PALAZZO MS-4 83%
REP. ALEX MOONEY WV-2 83%
REP. BRUCE WESTERMAN AR-4 79%
REP. JASON SMITH MO-8 79%
REP. STEVE KING IA-4 78%
REP. RANDY HULTGREN IL-14 78%
REP. ADRIAN SMITH NE-3 78%
REP. JACKIE WALORSKI IN-2 77%
REP. STEVE PEARCE NM-2 75%

11 Republicans Elected from 11 States That Have Not Elected Conservatives

Member Score
REP. RICHARD HANNA NY-22 23%
REP. DAVE REICHERT WA-8 35%
REP. DON YOUNG AK-at-large 46%
REP. GREG WALDEN OR-2 47%
REP. BRUCE POLIQUIN ME-2 53%
REP. FRANK GUINTA NH-1 58%
REP. CRESENT HARDY NV-4 59%
REP. RYAN ZINKE MT-at-large 59%
REP. KEVIN CRAMER ND-at-large 59%
REP. JOHN KLINE MN-2 59%
REP. KRISTI NOEM SD-at-large 60%
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I am retired after 36 years of being a state of Indiana employee. I enjoy writing and reading conservative blogs.