Scorecard Case Studies


Idaho Freedom Foundation

Migrating from a manual scorecard rating process to our web-based scorecard has had a big impact in Idaho. State lawmakers and their staff actively check the mobile-friendly scorecard before their floor votes and engage with the Foundation now to better understand Idaho voters.

Find out how we simplify over 40,000 votes per year into this easy-to-understand, mobile-friendly layout.

This scorecard gains a lot of attention in Idaho politics, in online articles, and has been featured on Ballotpedia.

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Viante New Mexico

Viante chooses 15 state bills to focus on for each session. Then they score based on the legislators attendance, voting position, and other factors.

They have gained a lot of traction these past two years. Our scorecard, along with their organization, has been featured on the news, on Sante Fe Public radio, and podcasts.

Learn how our scorecard is helping them gain the attention of legislators and increase their membership base.

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Forward Kentucky

Forward Kentucky is a progressive media operation whose focus is on Kentucky politics, politicians, and policies, with the goal of helping their state move forward and be all that it can be.

The Founder, Bruce Maples, says, “the scorecard ended up being really fun and people enjoyed it. It’s a very effective tool.”

This was apparent in Kentucky’s recent governor primary, since our scorecard was used against the incumbent’s challenger and the incumbent won.

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Additional Live Examples

Our scorecard has helped our clients gain traction and attention on important issues. They even have legislators call them directly and are being featured on the news. So we’re working on compiling case studies from them. In the meantime, view their live scorecards below.


Nevada legislator scorecard exampleBattle Born Progress

As the Nevada state partner organization of ProgressNow, Battle Born Progress is a 501(c)4 organization advocating for a progressive state legislature. Their 20,000 members will be using our scorecard to track how legislators vote on issues important to them.

They were featured in the Las Vegas Review-Journal the day of their release!

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Rio Grande Foundation

The Rio Grande Foundation is a research institute dedicated to increasing liberty and prosperity for all of New Mexico’s citizens. They do this by informing New Mexicans of the importance of individual freedom, limited government, and economic opportunity.

Even though they’ve had a significant impact on New Mexico politics and policy, they started using our scorecard as a means to get information out more quickly.

When we asked what benefit the scorecard brings them, they said, “It’s an opportunity for organizations ours to say, “this is a tool, it’s available to anyone, no matter who you are. It’s totally free. You can see that we’re actively looking at and rating legislation that’s happening in your state.” “

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Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) Legislator ScorecardOklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA)

The OCPA has advocated for a free market for the past 25 years. Their legislative scorecard is an effort to inform Oklahoma citizens how their state legislators voted at the state Capitol on issues related to free markets, limited government, individual initiative, and personal responsibility.

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RLCCO Colorado Liberty ScorecardRepublican Liberty Caucus of Colorado

RLCCO’s goal is to measure how Colorado state lawmakers vote according to Constitutional Principles: Individual Rights, Free Markets and Limited Government. Listen to their interview on the Kim Monson show about the scorecard launch and recent Colorado bill activity.

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Conservation Voters for Idaho

Their mission is to protect Idaho’s quality of life by electing pro-conservation candidates, advocating for sound environmental policies and by holding politicians accountable for their votes on conservation issues. Until their scorecard launches, please visit their website for more info.

 



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