Politician Scorecards

Federal Legislators Taking a Stand Against the FCC Steamroll of 5G. 

This page is always in flux. Green highlighting is a green light added to politicians who have sponsored relevant bills or have historically supported legislation to protect consumers from electromagnetic exposures.

    • * = Sponsored HR 530/ S. 2012 for state zoning rights
    • % = Signed letter asking FCC to reconsider 5G Upgrade Order
    • ? = Mixed bag: Signed letter asking for 5G Technologies.
  • Arizona: Representative Raul Grijalva*
  • California: Senators Diane Feinstein*, Kamala Harris*; Representatives Anne Eshoo*% (?), Jackie Speier*, Eric Swalwell*, Mark DeSaulnier*, Jared Huffman*, Mike Thompson* (?), Jerry McNerney*% (?), Karen Bass*, Ro Khanna* (?), Gilbert Cisneros*, Jimmy Panetta*, Salud Carbahal*, Zoe Lofgren*, Barbara Lee*, TJ Cox*, Peter Aguilar*, Ted Lieu* (?), Lucille Roybal-Allard*, Julia Brownley*, Judy Chu*, Hardy Rouda* (?), Ami Bera*, Katie Porter*, Grace Napolitano, Doris Matsui%, Tony Cárdenas%
  • Colorado: Senator Michael Bennet*; Representatives Joe Neguse* (?), Jason Crow* (?), Eleanor Norton*, Diane DeGette%
  • Connecticut: Senator Richard Blumenthal*
  • Delaware: Lisa Blunt Rochester%
  • Florida:  Rep. Kathy Castor%, Theodore Deutch*, Darren Soto%
  • Illinois: Bobby Rush, Senator Richard Durbin*; Representatives Janice Shakowsky*%, Kathleen Rice*, Sean Casten*, Jesus Garcia*, Robin Kelly%
  • Iowa: Dave Loebsack%
  • Maine: Chellie Pingree*, Betty McCollum*
  • Maryland: Senator Benjamin Cardin*; Representatives David Trone*, Jamie Raskin*
  • Massachusetts: Senators Richard Neal*, James McGovern*, Representative Joe Kennedy III%
  • Michigan: Andy Levin*, Rashida Tlaib*, Debbie Dingell%
  • Minnesota: Ilhan Omar*, Angie Craig*
  • Montana: Emmanuel Cleaver*
  • North Carolina: GK Butterfield%
  • New Mexico:  Sen. Ben Ray Luján%
  • Pennysylvania:  Mike Doyle%
  • New Hampshire: Chris Pappas*
  • New Jersey: Frank Pallone, Jr.%
  • New York: Senator Charles “Chuck” Schumer*; Representatives Thomas Suozzi*, Eliot Engel*, Anthony Brindisi*, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez*, Nydia Velasquez*, Adriano Espaillat*, Eliot Engel%, Paul Tonko%, Yvette D. Clarke%
  • Ohio: Tim Ryan*
  • Oregon: Senators Ron Wyden*, Jeff Merkley*; Representatives Susan Bonamici*, Earl Blumenhauer*, Peter DeFazio*
  • Tennessee: Steve Cohen*
  • Texas: Lloyd Dogget, Vicente Gonzalez*, Marc Veasey%
  • Vermont: Peter Welch%
  • Virginia: A. Donald McEachin%
  • Wisconsin: Gwen Moore, Mark Pocan*

Other legislators with a history of supporting wireless consumer protections: Grace Napolitano (CA).

Federal Legislators Supporting 5G.

This is a new and incomplete list – a work in progress. After the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, sponsored as S. 652 by Sen. Larry Pressley (SD), authored by Sen. Ed Markey (MA) and passed with bi-partisan support, hardly anything else needs to be done to let the FCC do as it chooses.

# = Sent letter to FCC in support of 5G Upgrade Order

  • FL Rep. Gus Bilirakis#
  • GA Rep. Buddy Carter#
  • IL Rep. Adam Kinzinger#
  • IN Rep. Larry Bucshon#, Susan Brooks#
  • LA Rep. Steve Scalise#
  • MA Sen. Markey
  • MI Rep. Tim Walberg#
  • MO Rep. Billy Long#
  • NC Rep Richard Hudson#
  • OH Rep Bill Johnson#, Bill Flores#
  • OK Rep. Markwayne Mullin#
  • SC Rep. Jeff Duncan#
  • TX Rep. Pete Olson#
  • VA Rep. Morgan Griffith#
  • WV Rep.David McKinley#

Federal Scorecards:

    • American Civil Liberty Union
      • ACLU dot org/scorecard
    • Human Rights Campaign
      • HRC dot org/resources/congressional-scorecard
    • League of Conservation Voters
      • Scorecard dot LCV dot org
    • Progressive Punch
      • ProgressivePunch dot org/scores.htm
    • National Education Association
      • NEA dot org/home/19413.htm
    • National Federal of Independent Business (Commercial Organization – Sells Advertising to its Members via Subsidiary)
      • NFIB dot com/state-voting-records
    • National Parks
      • NationalParksAction dot org/scorecard
    • National Taxpayers Union (Focused on cutting taxes)
      • NTU dot org/ratecongress
    • Vote Smart (Campaign Funding Information)
      • Votesmart dot org

Massachusetts Scorecards:

• ProgressiveMass dot com/scorecards_and_roll_calls (Progressive Massachusetts)
• AnimalScorecard dot com (Animal Cruelty)