Civil Rights Scorecard Report
The U.S. Senate Civil Rights Scorecard is designed to allow civil rights advocates to provide their supporters with clear insights into the voting patterns of their Senate delegations.
A coalition of civil rights organizations, in conjunction with HIT Strategies, calculated grades for U.S. senators based on their votes on the American Rescue Plan Act, the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, the For the People Act, and their commitment to end the filibuster.
Learn more about how the grades were calculated.
- Civil Rights Scorecard Logic