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Republican U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst continued to be moderate members of the caucus in Washington D.C.

Ernst and Grassley each received a score of 73 percent for their votes in 2023. The average Republican score in the U.S. Senate was 79 percent.

Twenty-two Republican senators finished with a score of 80 percent or higher.

Senator Mike Lee scored 100 percent to rank as the highest GOP senator. Senator Susan Collins ranked last among Republicans with a 54 percent score.

Indiana Sen. Mike Braun scored 98 percent
Missouri Sen. Eric Schmitt scored 98 percent
Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance scored 95 percent
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley scored 90 percent
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul scored 98 percent
Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville scored 95 percent
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn scored 93 percent
Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall scored 93 percent
Wyoming Sen. Cynthia Lummis scored 90 percent
Tennessee Sen. Bill Hagerty scored 89 percent
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz scored 89 percent
Florida Sen. Rick Scott scored 88 percent
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson scored 88 percent
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio scored 85 percent
Montana Sen. Steve Daines scored 85 percent
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso scored 84 percent
Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy scored 83 percent
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan scored 80 percent
Alabama Sen. Katie Britt scored 80 percent
Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith scored 80 percent
Oklahoma Sen. Markwayne Mullin scored 80 percent



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