2019 Environmental Scorecard for the Oregon Legislature

2019 Oregon Senate

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INCThese legislators voted to send HB 2020 back to committee instead of allowing a vote on the bill itself to take place. Their silence on climate action makes it impossible for us to give them a grade.
A star indicates a senator whose score is 100%
Baertschiger Jr., Herman(R - Grants Pass)INC
Bentz, Cliff(R - Ontario)INC
Beyer, Lee(D - Springfield)INC
Boles, Denyc(R - Salem)INC
Boquist, Brian(R - Dallas)11%
Burdick, Ginny(D - Portland)INC
Courtney, Peter(D - Salem)INC
Dembrow, Michael(D - Portland)88%
Fagan, Shemia(D - Portland)94%
Frederick, Lew(D - Portland)88%
Gelser, Sara(D - Corvallis)94%
Girod, Fred(R - Stayton)14%
senator whose score is 100%Golden, Jeff(D - Ashland)100%
Hansell, Bill(R - Athena)INC
Hass, Mark(D - Beaverton)INC
Heard, Dallas(R - Myrtle Creek)INC
Johnson, Betsy(D - Scappoose)INC
Knopp, Tim(R - Bend)INC
Linthicum, Dennis(R - Klamath Falls)0%
Manning Jr, James(D - Eugene)94%
Monnes Anderson, Laurie(D - Gresham)INC
Olsen, Alan(R - Canby)INC
Prozanski, Floyd(D - Eugene)94%
Riley, Chuck(D - Hillsboro)81%
Roblan, Arnie(D - Coos Bay)INC
Steiner Hayward, Elizabeth(D - Portland)INC
Taylor, Kathleen(D - Portland)88%
Thatcher, Kim(R - Keizer)INC
Thomsen, Chuck(R - Hood River)INC
Wagner, Rob(D - Lake Oswego)94%
senator whose score is 100%Winters, Jackie(R - Salem)100%

About OLCV

The Oregon League of Conservation Voters is a non-partisan organization with a simple mission: to pass laws that protect Oregon's environmental legacy, elect pro-environment candidates to office, and hold all of our elected officials accountable.

For more information about OLCV, visit our website at olcv.org.

About the Scorecard

For more than 40 years, OLCV has protected Oregon's natural legacy. An essential part of our work is holding our elected officials accountable. The OLCV Environmental Scorecard is not only one of our most important accountability tools, but also a tradition. The first scorecard was published in 1973.

By sharing how each member of the Legislature voted on the most critical conservation bills, we help Oregonians understand whether legislators listened to their constituents, or if they listened to special interest groups instead. It also serves as a summary of environmental bills and includes special recognition of the legislative champions.