Congresswoman Stefanik Ranked Top 3% of House for Bipartisanship, According to Lugar Center
Washington, DC – Today, the Lugar Center and McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University released their Bipartisan Index Rankings for the 116th Congress (2019-2020). Congresswoman Stefanik was named the 13th most bipartisan representative of all 435 members, ranking higher than her previous two terms where she ranked 19th and 14th, respectively.
“I am honored to be ranked in the top 3% most bipartisan Members of Congress by the Lugar Center. Since taking office, I have kept my promise to my constituents to work to deliver results to the North Country. From supporting our small businesses to empowering the American worker, to increasing access to rural broadband and supporting our military families, soldiers at Fort Drum, farmers and families – I will continue to ensure that the North Country has a seat at the table at the federal level,” said Congresswoman Stefanik.
Read the Lugar Center’s full report here.