HARRISBURG – Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) this week was recognized by the American Conservative Union Foundation (ACU) for his consistent conservative voting record in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
“I am honored to be recognized by the ACU with this award,” said Kauffman. “I am humbled to be elected to represent the people of the 89th District in Franklin County, and will continue to adhere to the conservative values that reflect the overall voice of the district.”
The ACU produced a detailed scorecard for all 50 state legislative bodies across the full spectrum of conservative issues, with scores for over 8,000 individual legislators. The ACU is the only organization in the nation to do this. Pennsylvania legislators with the strongest scores consistently voted with the ideals articulated in the U.S. Constitution.
To view Pennsylvania ratings guide, visit http://acuratings.conservative.org/state-ratings-2016/
and click on “Pennsylvania.”
ACU researches and selects a wide range of bills that reflect a member’s adherence to conservative principles, whether they be economic, social, cultural or government integrity. Legislators who score above 80 percent in each state receive awards for their commitment to conservative principles.
Representative Rob Kauffman
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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