Each year, the Utah Taxpayers Association ranks each legislator based on the votes they cast on key, tax-related bills during the annual legislative session.
The Utah Taxpayers Association annually releases a legislative scorecard ranking Utah’s legislators by their votes on the most important tax-related bills considered during the most recent legislative session. Out of 81 bills the Utah Taxpayers Association tracked during the 2016 Legislature, 19 of the most important tax-related bills were used in rating Utah’s 104 legislators.
In the House, seven bills supported by the Taxpayers Association received no dissenting votes, therefore, the lowest possible score for a Representative (unless there were absences) is 41%. In the Senate, twelve bills supported by the Taxpayers Association passed without a dissenting vote, meaning the lowest possible Senator score (unless there were absences) is 71%.
Take a look at how your legislators scored!