This is a follow up to a post about keeping score on all of the elected in the U.S. Senate that have a (R) after their name. There are only 15 U.S. House members who are Democrats with a (R) after their name. This is two less than in the U.S. Senate. However, there are 246 members in the U.S. House and just 54 in the U.S. Senate, and this makes the number a bigger factor in the Senate than in the House.

This report is based on the Heritage Action Scorecard scores, NumbersUSA Grades and the National Right to Life scores.

Sometimes the voters can only find one good thing about voting for the Republican instead of the Democrat, and that one thing is that the Republican is 100% pro-life and with the National Right to Life Committee every time. If the Republican is not 100% pro-life and supports the status quo on immigration, then the choice for the voter is vote for the Democrat with a (R) or with a (D) after their name. This tables indicates that in only 8 of the 44 states that elect Republicans to the U.S.House have they elected Democrats with a (R) after their name.

U.S. House Democrats with a (R) after their name

State and District Member HA Score NRLC Score NumbersUSA Grade
AZ-2 REP. MARTHA MCSALLY 58% 80% D
CO-6 REP. MIKE COFFMAN 48% 80% D
FL-13 REP. DAVID JOLLY 48% 80% C
FL-26 REP. CARLOS CURBELO 27% 80% F
IL-10 REP. BOB DOLD 23% 40% F
ME-2 REP. BRUCE POLIQUIN 53% 75% B
NJ-11 REP. RODNEY FRELINGHUYSEN 47% 80% C
NY-19 REP. CHRIS GIBSON 43% 80% D
NY-21 REP. ELISE STEFANIK 31% 80% C
NY-22 REP. RICHARD HANNA 23% 40% D
NY-23 REP. TOM REED 43% 80% C
NY-24 REP. JOHN KATKO 35% 60% D
PA-6 REP. RYAN COSTELLO 39% 80% D
PA-7 REP. PAT MEEHAN 43% 80% D
PA-15 REP. CHARLIE DENT 31% 60% D
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