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Iowa is one of the rare states with an entire U.S. House delegation consisting of Republicans. Yet the delegation contains zero conservatives, according to the 2023 CPAC ratings.

Congressperson Randy Feenstra scored a 72 percent for his voting record in 2023. Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks recorded a 69 percent. Congresswoman Ashley Hinson scored a 66 percent and Congressman Zach Nunn registered a 64 percent.

The average Republican score for 2023 was 81 percent. Fifteen House Republicans scored a perfect 100 percent:

Rep. Dan Bishop
Rep. Josh Brecheen
Rep. Tim Burchett
Rep. Eric Burlison
Rep. Ben Cline
Rep. Michael Cloud
Rep. Elijah Crane
Rep. Jeff Duncan
Rep. Bob Good
Rep. Paul Gosar
Rep. Harriet Hageman
Rep. Jim Jordan
Rep. Scott Perry
Rep. Chip Roy
Rep. Greg Steube

Other Republicans who scored 90 percent or higher include:

Rep. Jodey Arrington
Rep. Brian Babin
Rep. Jim Banks
Rep. Aaron Bean
Rep. Andy Biggs
Rep. Lauren Boebert
Rep. Kat Cammack
Rep. Andrew Clyde
Rep. Mike Collins
Rep. Warren Davidson
Rep. Scott DesJarlais
Rep. Byron Donalds
Rep. Pat Fallon
Rep. Scott Franklin
Rep. Russell Fry
Rep. Russ Fulcher
Rep. Matt Gaetz
Rep. Lance Gooden
Rep. Mark Green
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Rep. Glenn Grothman
Rep. Andy Harris
Rep. Diana Harshbarger
Rep. Kevin Hern
Rep. Clay Higgins
Rep. Wesley Hunt
Rep. Ronny Jackson
Rep. Mike Johnson
Rep. Trent Kelly
Rep. Debbie Lesko
Rep. Barry Loudermilk
Rep. Anna Paulina Luna
Rep. Morgan Luttrell
Rep. Thomas Massie
Rep. Tom McClintock
Rep. Richard McCormick
Rep. Mary Miller
Rep. Cory Mills
Rep. Alex Mooney
Rep. Barry Moore
Rep. Troy Nehls
Rep. Ralph Norman
Rep. Andy Ogles
Rep. Gary Palmer
Rep. Bill Posey
Rep. Matt Rosendale
Rep. George Santos
Rep. David Schweikert
Rep. Keith Self
Rep. Victoria Spartz
Rep. Tom Tiffany
Rep. William Timmons
Rep. Beth Van Duyne
Rep. Michael Waltz
Rep. Randy Weber
Rep. Roger Williams

Forty-two more Republican House members scored between 80 and 89 percent to earn an award for conservative achievement.


  1. I think the conservative title for all of them is questionable. All of them would have a good democrat voting record. Sad to say but I wanted all of them to be primaried. Sorry just wanted to be honest about it.


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