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Did your legislator get an A...or an F?

By Mark Ferrulo - May 28, 2020

In the 2020 Florida legislative session, who did your state legislators stand up for? Did they cast their votes on behalf of the people...or powerful special interests?

Find out with our just released People First Report Card. With Florida battling a health and financial crisis it’s more important than ever to know how our legislators are voting on major issues that impact our lives, from health care and environmental protection to supporting working people, civil rights, and our public schools. But getting a comprehensive picture of how our legislators actually vote isn’t easy. That’s why we launched the People First Report Card and are excited to unveil our 2020 report card today.

See how your state legislators scored in the 2020 People First Report Card and then help inform other Floridians by sharing

We scored each legislator and gave them a percentage score and a letter grade from A-F based on a series of key votes on issues that matter to Floridians including: our health, our economy, our public schools, our environment, voting and civil rights, reproductive freedom, and more.

Simply click on a legislator’s profile and you’ll see their report card for the 2020 legislative session. For legislators who served in the 2017, 2018, or 2019 legislative sessions, you can also look at those previous report cards and compare. It looks like this:

(example below, not necessarily your representative)

How did your state legislators vote this past legislative session? See for yourself and then share this important People First Report Card with friends and family.

We know you'll find the People First Report Card to be an invaluable resource to get informed about which legislators are fighting for everyday Floridians, and which ones consistently vote only to enrich powerful special interests.

PS:Floridians need to know who their elected representatives in state government are really working for. With your contribution of $15 or more, you’ll support our efforts to educate even more voters on their legislators’ voting record.