Stefanik Named 14th Most Bipartisan Member of Congress out of 435 Members by The Lugar Center; Ranked in Top 5%
Washington, D.C. – The Lugar Center, an independent, nationally-known nonprofit aimed at promoting bipartisanship in governance has announced that Congresswoman Elise Stefanik ranks as the 14th most bipartisan Member of Congress out of 435 Members. Last Congress, Congresswoman Stefanik was ranked as 19th out of 435.
“When I ran for Congress in 2014, I promised to work with anyone with ideas – regardless of party lines – to deliver results to the North Country. I have kept that promise since I was sworn into office,” said Congresswoman Stefanik. “It is a true honor to be ranked in the top 5% most bipartisan Members of Congress by The Lugar Center. I work diligently in Congress and in my district with Members and elected officials on both sides of the aisle in order to secure real results for our region. During the COVID-19 crisis in particular, the ability to work effectively in a bipartisan manner is critical, as so many are suffering both financially and health-wise. I will continue to work tirelessly on issues important to the North Country to ensure my constituents have a seat at the table on the federal level.”
To view the full rankings announced this morning, visit The Lugar Center’s website.