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As 2020 approaches, presidential hopefuls from business executives to Midwest mayors, are announcing their bids for the country’s highest office. Using Quorum Sheets, we are tracking the Presidential candidates serving in the 116th Congress.

Updated as of: 04/24/19

Average Age: 52 years old

Average Years Served in Congress: 10.6

Total Number of Bills Sponsored: 1659

Total Number of Bills Cosponsored: 17,252

Total Number of Sponsored Bills Enacted: 29

Average Congressional Profile

  • Representatives

    • Age: 57 years old

    • Bills Sponsored: 86.5

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1,154

    • Bills Enacted: 5.63

  • Senators

    • Age: 64

    • Bills Sponsored: 212.8

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1416.8

    • Bills Enacted: 6.6

Party Allegiance

Using how often a candidate votes with their party as a metric of party allegiance, Sen. Klobuchar (D-MN) and Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA-6) are the most allegiant to the party—voting with the Democrats 94.1 percent and 93 .2 percent of the time, respectively. Six legislators -- Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI-2), Tim Ryan (D-OH-13), and Eric Swalwell (D-CA-15) -- vote along party-lines between 88 and 92 percent of the time. Sens. Sanders (I-VT) and Harris (D-CA) vote with the party less than 86 percent of the time.

Bipartisanship

Rep. Gabbard (D-HI-02) cosponsors legislation across the aisle most frequently, cosponsoring 303 Republican-sponsored bills, or 38.4 percent of all bills she has cosponsored. Across the aisle, Gabbard most often cosponsors bills with Rep. Don Young (R-AK-1), including legislation to provide housing services and financial aid to Native Americans in Alaska and Hawaii and the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act which was enacted in December 2018.

Reps. Seth Moulton and Eric Swalwell cosponsor opposite-party bills second and third most often. Rep. Moulton has cosponsored Republican legislation 33.7 percent of the time, cosponsoring Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA-5) most often on Medicare and Medicaid reform legislation. Rep. Swalwell has cosponsored Republicans 29.6 percent of the time, working most often with Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI-5) on voter rights reform. Sens. Gillbrand and Harris only cosponsor Republican-sponsored legislation 12 percent of the time, the lowest rate of the Presidential hopefuls.

Enacting Legislation

Sen. Klobuchar has enacted the most legislation of the presidential candidates in Congress. The Senator has enacted 14 bills, 3.4 percent of all legislation she introduced. Sen. Sanders, Rep. Ryan, and Rep. Moulton follow with three bills enacted. Two legislators, Sens. Warren and Harris have yet to enact legislation as the primary sponsor.

With Quorum Sheets, you can build custom spreadsheets to track ongoing developments in Congress, identify potential champions, and create a legislative scorecard. See how the YMCA used Quorum Sheets to create an alumni database in Congress.

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As 2020 approaches, presidential hopefuls from business executives to Midwest mayors, are announcing their bids for the country’s highest office. Using Quorum Sheets, we are tracking the Presidential candidates serving in the 116th Congress.

Updated as of: 04/24/19

Average Age: 52 years old

Average Years Served in Congress: 10.6

Total Number of Bills Sponsored: 1659

Total Number of Bills Cosponsored: 17,252

Total Number of Sponsored Bills Enacted: 29

Average Congressional Profile

  • Representatives

    • Age: 57 years old

    • Bills Sponsored: 86.5

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1,154

    • Bills Enacted: 5.63

  • Senators

    • Age: 64

    • Bills Sponsored: 212.8

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1416.8

    • Bills Enacted: 6.6

Party Allegiance

Using how often a candidate votes with their party as a metric of party allegiance, Sen. Klobuchar (D-MN) and Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA-6) are the most allegiant to the party—voting with the Democrats 94.1 percent and 93 .2 percent of the time, respectively. Six legislators -- Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI-2), Tim Ryan (D-OH-13), and Eric Swalwell (D-CA-15) -- vote along party-lines between 88 and 92 percent of the time. Sens. Sanders (I-VT) and Harris (D-CA) vote with the party less than 86 percent of the time.

Bipartisanship

Rep. Gabbard (D-HI-02) cosponsors legislation across the aisle most frequently, cosponsoring 303 Republican-sponsored bills, or 38.4 percent of all bills she has cosponsored. Across the aisle, Gabbard most often cosponsors bills with Rep. Don Young (R-AK-1), including legislation to provide housing services and financial aid to Native Americans in Alaska and Hawaii and the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act which was enacted in December 2018.

Reps. Seth Moulton and Eric Swalwell cosponsor opposite-party bills second and third most often. Rep. Moulton has cosponsored Republican legislation 33.7 percent of the time, cosponsoring Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA-5) most often on Medicare and Medicaid reform legislation. Rep. Swalwell has cosponsored Republicans 29.6 percent of the time, working most often with Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI-5) on voter rights reform. Sens. Gillbrand and Harris only cosponsor Republican-sponsored legislation 12 percent of the time, the lowest rate of the Presidential hopefuls.

Enacting Legislation

Sen. Klobuchar has enacted the most legislation of the presidential candidates in Congress. The Senator has enacted 14 bills, 3.4 percent of all legislation she introduced. Sen. Sanders, Rep. Ryan, and Rep. Moulton follow with three bills enacted. Two legislators, Sens. Warren and Harris have yet to enact legislation as the primary sponsor.

With Quorum Sheets, you can build custom spreadsheets to track ongoing developments in Congress, identify potential champions, and create a legislative scorecard. See how the YMCA used Quorum Sheets to create an alumni database in Congress.

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As 2020 approaches, presidential hopefuls from business executives to Midwest mayors, are announcing their bids for the country’s highest office. Using Quorum Sheets, we are tracking the Presidential candidates serving in the 116th Congress.

Updated as of: 04/24/19

Average Age: 52 years old

Average Years Served in Congress: 10.6

Total Number of Bills Sponsored: 1659

Total Number of Bills Cosponsored: 17,252

Total Number of Sponsored Bills Enacted: 29

Average Congressional Profile

  • Representatives

    • Age: 57 years old

    • Bills Sponsored: 86.5

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1,154

    • Bills Enacted: 5.63

  • Senators

    • Age: 64

    • Bills Sponsored: 212.8

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1416.8

    • Bills Enacted: 6.6

Party Allegiance

Using how often a candidate votes with their party as a metric of party allegiance, Sen. Klobuchar (D-MN) and Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA-6) are the most allegiant to the party—voting with the Democrats 94.1 percent and 93 .2 percent of the time, respectively. Six legislators -- Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI-2), Tim Ryan (D-OH-13), and Eric Swalwell (D-CA-15) -- vote along party-lines between 88 and 92 percent of the time. Sens. Sanders (I-VT) and Harris (D-CA) vote with the party less than 86 percent of the time.

Bipartisanship

Rep. Gabbard (D-HI-02) cosponsors legislation across the aisle most frequently, cosponsoring 303 Republican-sponsored bills, or 38.4 percent of all bills she has cosponsored. Across the aisle, Gabbard most often cosponsors bills with Rep. Don Young (R-AK-1), including legislation to provide housing services and financial aid to Native Americans in Alaska and Hawaii and the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act which was enacted in December 2018.

Reps. Seth Moulton and Eric Swalwell cosponsor opposite-party bills second and third most often. Rep. Moulton has cosponsored Republican legislation 33.7 percent of the time, cosponsoring Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA-5) most often on Medicare and Medicaid reform legislation. Rep. Swalwell has cosponsored Republicans 29.6 percent of the time, working most often with Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI-5) on voter rights reform. Sens. Gillbrand and Harris only cosponsor Republican-sponsored legislation 12 percent of the time, the lowest rate of the Presidential hopefuls.

Enacting Legislation

Sen. Klobuchar has enacted the most legislation of the presidential candidates in Congress. The Senator has enacted 14 bills, 3.4 percent of all legislation she introduced. Sen. Sanders, Rep. Ryan, and Rep. Moulton follow with three bills enacted. Two legislators, Sens. Warren and Harris have yet to enact legislation as the primary sponsor.

With Quorum Sheets, you can build custom spreadsheets to track ongoing developments in Congress, identify potential champions, and create a legislative scorecard. See how the YMCA used Quorum Sheets to create an alumni database in Congress.

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The Members of the 116th Congress Running for President

The Members of the 116th Congress Running for President

As 2020 approaches, presidential hopefuls from business executives to Midwest mayors, are announcing their bids for the country’s highest office. Using Quorum Sheets, we are tracking the Presidential candidates serving in the 116th Congress.

Updated as of: 04/24/19

Average Age: 52 years old

Average Years Served in Congress: 10.6

Total Number of Bills Sponsored: 1659

Total Number of Bills Cosponsored: 17,252

Total Number of Sponsored Bills Enacted: 29

Average Congressional Profile

  • Representatives

    • Age: 57 years old

    • Bills Sponsored: 86.5

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1,154

    • Bills Enacted: 5.63

  • Senators

    • Age: 64

    • Bills Sponsored: 212.8

    • Bills Cosponsored: 1416.8

    • Bills Enacted: 6.6

Party Allegiance

Using how often a candidate votes with their party as a metric of party allegiance, Sen. Klobuchar (D-MN) and Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA-6) are the most allegiant to the party—voting with the Democrats 94.1 percent and 93 .2 percent of the time, respectively. Six legislators — Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI-2), Tim Ryan (D-OH-13), and Eric Swalwell (D-CA-15) — vote along party-lines between 88 and 92 percent of the time. Sens. Sanders (I-VT) and Harris (D-CA) vote with the party less than 86 percent of the time.

Bipartisanship

Rep. Gabbard (D-HI-02) cosponsors legislation across the aisle most frequently, cosponsoring 303 Republican-sponsored bills, or 38.4 percent of all bills she has cosponsored. Across the aisle, Gabbard most often cosponsors bills with Rep. Don Young (R-AK-1), including legislation to provide housing services and financial aid to Native Americans in Alaska and Hawaii and the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act which was enacted in December 2018.

Reps. Seth Moulton and Eric Swalwell cosponsor opposite-party bills second and third most often. Rep. Moulton has cosponsored Republican legislation 33.7 percent of the time, cosponsoring Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA-5) most often on Medicare and Medicaid reform legislation. Rep. Swalwell has cosponsored Republicans 29.6 percent of the time, working most often with Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI-5) on voter rights reform. Sens. Gillbrand and Harris only cosponsor Republican-sponsored legislation 12 percent of the time, the lowest rate of the Presidential hopefuls.

Enacting Legislation

Sen. Klobuchar has enacted the most legislation of the presidential candidates in Congress. The Senator has enacted 14 bills, 3.4 percent of all legislation she introduced. Sen. Sanders, Rep. Ryan, and Rep. Moulton follow with three bills enacted. Two legislators, Sens. Warren and Harris have yet to enact legislation as the primary sponsor.

With Quorum Sheets, you can build custom spreadsheets to track ongoing developments in Congress, identify potential champions, and create a legislative scorecard. See how the YMCA used Quorum Sheets to create an alumni database in Congress.