Every year we evaluate Assembly members and Senators (and track legislation) on a range of issues, including financial privacy, health care reform, cell phone customer rights, and consumer product safety standards. See how California legislators have fared and read up on legislation we have supported and opposed.
- CFC’s 2015 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2014 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2013 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2012 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2011 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2010 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2009 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2008 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2007 Scorecard
- CFC’s 2006 Scorecard
Legislative Scorecard Press Releases
Consumer Federation Of California Releases 2015 Scorecard For State Lawmakers
The Consumer Federation of California (CFC) has released its 2015 Scorecard for State Legislators, which rates lawmakers on the votes they cast on key issues, including privacy, automobile safety, household toxics, truth in advertising, living wages, reform of the California Public Utilities Commission, and other consumer protection …Read More ›
CFC Releases Its 2014 Scorecard For State Legislators
Assembly Democrats scored an average of 92 percent, with Senate Democrats averaging nearly 91 percent. Assembly Republicans took the side of consumers 32 percent of the time and Senate Republicans scored slightly better, siding with consumers an average of nearly 33 percent of the time. Thirty-two of the 55 Assembly Democrats, and 14 of the 27 Senate Democrats, earned a perfect score of 100 percent on the CFC scorecard. No Republican in either house exceeded a 67 percent pro-consumer score.
Read More ›
CFC releases 2013 Scorecard for State Legislators
The Consumer Federation of California released its 2013 Scorecard for State Legislators, which rates lawmakers on their votes cast on key consumer rights bills.Read More ›
CFC releases 2012 Scorecard for State Legislators
The Consumer Federation of California released its 2012 Scorecard for State Legislators, which rates lawmakers on their votes cast on key consumer rights bills.Read More ›
Scoring the California Legislature: Who Stood With Consumers In 2011?
We hope this scorecard can help Californians evaluate whether their lawmakers voted on behalf of their interests when it comes to issues that affect their pocketbooks, privacy, and health and safety, but often get little news coverage.Read More ›