|97%||Republican||Worcester and Norfolk|
|95%||Republican||Second Hampden and Hampshire|
|94%||Republican||First Essex and Middlesex|
|94%||Republican||Plymouth and Norfolk|
|94%||Republican||Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex|
Every two years candidates across the Commonwealth pledge to make government more transparent, hold the line on taxes, and support small business. Have you ever wondered if they actually vote that way? With each vote cast in the State House, our economic freedom either advances or recedes. The Key Votes that appear on our Legislative Scorecard allow Massachusetts residents to hold their elected officials accountable. Find out how your local representatives actually voted.
|Vote #||Bill Description||Yes Votes||No Votes||Status||Mass Fiscal's Stance|
|H4375.490||Conference Committee Report on Environmental Bond Bill (House Vote)||151||2||Passed||No|
|H4375.490S||Conference Committee Report on Environmental Bond Bill (Senate Vote)||39||0||Passed||No|
|H4366.469||Conference Committee Report on Campaign Finance Bill (House Vote)||142||10||Passed||No|
|H4366.458||Conference Committee Report on Campaign Finance Bill (Senate Vote)||38||1||Passed||No|
|S2264.417||Closing Union Donation Loophole (Senate Vote)||10||28||Failed||Yes|
Note: Some votes are labeled (Indefinite Study). Frequently, when legislators propose amendments, other lawmakers try to add a section which says that the amendment cannot take effect until a study of the impact has been completed. These studies are rarely intended to be completed. In many cases, this tactic is used to prevent votes on the original proposals.