Once again, that's the question asked by the Children's Defense Fund Action Council® 2011 Nonpartisan Congressional Scorecard. We tracked votes that Senators and Representatives cast on important concerns affecting children and families in 2011, and each Member of Congress received a score based on how often his or her votes helped protect children.
How Your State Delegation Scored
Preface (66 KB, .pdf)
Best and Worst U.S. Senators for Children (33 KB, .pdf)
Best and Worst U.S. Representatives for Children (40 KB, .pdf)
The Taxpayer Protection Pledge (48 KB, .pdf)
Votes Used in the Scorecard (32 KB, .pdf)