Congressional Member Profiles

Sen. Martha McSally

Sen. Martha McSally

Republican, Arizona
Office 202-224-2235 | @SenMcSallyAZ | Facebook




Votes for Children


Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored


Actions Against the Interests of Children

Sen. McSally represents a state with a child poverty rate of 20.1 percent. 8.1 percent of children in this state are in extreme poverty, 21.3 percent are food insecure, and 8.4 percent lack health insurance. During the 116th Congress, Sen. McSally has taken 2 votes that would help the children in her state. She has introduced 1 bill and cosponsored 7 bills to help children. Sen. McSally has taken 3 actions in support of legislation we believe to be against the interests of children.

This report card includes information on more than 800 bills introduced during this Congress. So far, Sen. McSally has taken the following action during this Congress:

  • voted against H.R.3401 the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, 2019.

  • voted for H.R.6074 the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020.

  • voted for H.R.6201 the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

  • co-sponsored S.1494 the Secure and Protect Act of 2019.

  • co-sponsored S.1703 the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act of 2019.

  • co-sponsored S.1918 the Hunger-Free Summer for Kids Act of 2019.

  • co-sponsored S.2160 the CO ALERTS Act of 2019.

  • co-sponsored S.2282 the Tribal Access to Homeless Assistance Act of 2019.

  • co-sponsored S.2630 the Davis-Bacon Repeal Act.

  • co-sponsored S.2976 the Advancing Support for Working Families Act.

  • co-sponsored S.4071 the American Citizen Coronavirus Relief Act.

  • co-sponsored S.749 the PACE Act.

  • As with any scorecard, this tool is inherently limited. Some members may score differently than they might expect because a committee assignment requires they work primarily on issues outside the scope of CDF’s portfolio. Additionally, because the important work done by leadership in Congress is not entirely captured by our model, Members of Congress in leadership roles tend to appear near the middle of our range of grades. There are some data limitations as well. A truly comprehensive measure of action taken on behalf of children would likely include things like floor statements, committee votes, votes on amendments, public leadership, and much more. An expansion of this Report Card to include those additional data may be possible in the future.

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