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115th United States Congress - Representatives [January 2017-December 2018]
Mick Mulvaney left February 16, 2017 to become Director of the Office of Management and Budget for the Trump administration. Ryan Zinke left March 1, 2017 to become Secretary of the Interior for Trump administration. Greg Gianforte won special election to replace Ryan Zinke May 25, 2017. Karen Handel won special election to replace Tom Rice June 20, 2017. Jason Chaffetz resigned June 30, 2017. Tom Murphy resigned after allegedly encouraging his mistress to have an abortion October 21, 2017. John Conyers resigned amid allegations he used public money to settle a sexual harassment claim December 5, 2017. Louise Slaughter passed away March 16, 2018. Blake Farenthold resigned amid reports he used public funds to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit April 6, 2018. Ron DeSantis resigned to focus on campaign for Governor of Florida September 10, 2018.
Vote
Ranking
  
1
U.S. Congressman
70.83% (17 of 24 votes)
2
U.S. Congressman
60.91% (268 of 440 votes)
3
U.S. Congressman
59.92% (891 of 1487 votes)
4
U.S. Congressman
58.97% (23 of 39 votes)
5
U.S. Congressman
58.60% (5163 of 8810 votes)
6
U.S. Congressman
58.33% (7 of 12 votes)
7
U.S. Congressman
57.77% (212 of 367 votes)
8
U.S. Governor
57.59% (740 of 1285 votes)
9
U.S. Congressman
56.91% (1190 of 2091 votes)
10
U.S. Congressman
56.58% (43 of 76 votes)
11
U.S. Congressman
56.04% (51 of 91 votes)
12
U.S. Congressman
55.95% (47 of 84 votes)
13
U.S. Congressman
55.79% (53 of 95 votes)
14
U.S. Congressman
55.56% (110 of 198 votes)
15
U.S. Congressman
55.56% (30 of 54 votes)
16
U.S. Congressman
55.42% (46 of 83 votes)
17
U.S. Congressman
55.41% (82 of 148 votes)
18
U.S. Congressman
55.03% (82 of 149 votes)
19
U.S. Congressman
54.75% (167 of 305 votes)
20
U.S. Congressman
54.69% (402 of 735 votes)
21
U.S. Congressman
54.69% (105 of 192 votes)
22
U.S. Congressman
54.69% (35 of 64 votes)
23
Commentator
54.55% (18 of 33 votes)
24
U.S. Congressman
54.52% (199 of 365 votes)
25
U.S. Congressman
54.29% (57 of 105 votes)
26
U.S. Congressman
54.23% (77 of 142 votes)
27
U.S. Congressman
53.82% (169 of 314 votes)
28
U.S. Congressman
53.73% (36 of 67 votes)
29
Politician
53.68% (102 of 190 votes)
30
U.S. Congressman
53.57% (75 of 140 votes)
31
U.S. Governor
53.49% (23 of 43 votes)
32
U.S. Congressman
53.41% (47 of 88 votes)
33
Politician
53.37% (388 of 727 votes)
34
Politician
53.32% (209 of 392 votes)
35
Politician
53.22% (124 of 233 votes)
36
Politician
53.20% (108 of 203 votes)
37
U.S. Congressman
53.03% (35 of 66 votes)
38
U.S. Congressman
52.94% (45 of 85 votes)
39
U.S. Congressman
52.78% (95 of 180 votes)
40
U.S. Congressman
52.63% (50 of 95 votes)
41
U.S. Governor
52.63% (130 of 247 votes)
42
U.S. Congressman
52.48% (53 of 101 votes)
43
U.S. Governor
52.38% (99 of 189 votes)
44
U.S. Congressman
52.38% (11 of 21 votes)
45
U.S. Congressman
52.27% (46 of 88 votes)
46
U.S. Congressman
52.17% (12 of 23 votes)
47
U.S. Congressman
52.13% (49 of 94 votes)
48
Politician
52.05% (38 of 73 votes)
49
U.S. Congressman
52.00% (65 of 125 votes)
50
U.S. Congressman
52.00% (13 of 25 votes)
51
U.S. Congressman
51.98% (92 of 177 votes)
52
U.S. Congressman
51.74% (104 of 201 votes)
53
U.S. Congressman
51.70% (564 of 1091 votes)
54
U.S. Congressman
51.61% (16 of 31 votes)
55
U.S. Congressman
51.39% (37 of 72 votes)
56
U.S. Congressman
51.22% (21 of 41 votes)
57
U.S. Governor
51.00% (204 of 400 votes)
58
U.S. Congressman
50.98% (26 of 51 votes)
59
U.S. Congressman
50.98% (26 of 51 votes)
60
U.S. Congressman
50.85% (179 of 352 votes)
61
U.S. Congressman
50.77% (99 of 195 votes)
62
U.S. Congressman
50.68% (37 of 73 votes)
63
U.S. Congressman
50.47% (54 of 107 votes)
64
U.S. Congressman
50.0% (36 of 72 votes)
65
U.S. Congressman
50.0% (31 of 62 votes)
66
U.S. Congressman
50.0% (56 of 112 votes)
67
U.S. Congressman
50.0% (6 of 12 votes)
68
U.S. Congressman
50.0% (2 of 4 votes)
69
U.S. Congressman
49.32% (36 of 73 votes)
70
U.S. Congressman
49.28% (34 of 69 votes)
71
U.S. Congressman
49.15% (116 of 236 votes)
72
U.S. Congressman
48.60% (505 of 1039 votes)
73
U.S. Governor
48.39% (30 of 62 votes)
74
U.S. Congressman
48.37% (370 of 765 votes)
75
U.S. Congressman
48.15% (13 of 27 votes)
76
U.S. Congressman
47.59% (79 of 166 votes)
77
U.S. Congressman
47.58% (236 of 496 votes)
78
U.S. Congressman
47.44% (37 of 78 votes)
79
U.S. Congressman
47.06% (256 of 544 votes)
80
U.S. Congressman
46.94% (23 of 49 votes)
81
U.S. Congressman
46.72% (57 of 122 votes)
82
U.S. Congressman
45.86% (155 of 338 votes)
83
U.S. Congressman
45.80% (120 of 262 votes)
84
U.S. Congressman
45.45% (5 of 11 votes)
85
U.S. Congressman
45.24% (38 of 84 votes)
86
U.S. Congressman
44.53% (61 of 137 votes)
87
U.S. Congressman
42.99% (46 of 107 votes)
88
U.S. Congressman
42.86% (6 of 14 votes)
89
U.S. Congressman
42.70% (38 of 89 votes)
90
U.S. Senator
42.25% (90 of 213 votes)
91
U.S. Congressman
41.67% (25 of 60 votes)
92
U.S. Congressman
41.38% (24 of 58 votes)
93
U.S. Congressman
39.87% (63 of 158 votes)
94
U.S. Congressman
39.22% (40 of 102 votes)
95
U.S. Congressman
38.60% (22 of 57 votes)
96
U.S. Congressman
37.93% (11 of 29 votes)
97
U.S. Congressman
37.70% (23 of 61 votes)
98
U.S. Congressman
37.50% (3 of 8 votes)
99
U.S. Congressman
37.50% (6 of 16 votes)
100
U.S. Congressman
37.17% (42 of 113 votes)
101
U.S. Congressman
37.01% (94 of 254 votes)
102
U.S. Congressman
36.10% (100 of 277 votes)
103
U.S. Congressman
35.10% (53 of 151 votes)
104
U.S. Congressman
33.33% (4 of 12 votes)
105
U.S. Senator
22.22% (2 of 9 votes)
106
U.S. Congressman
20.0% (2 of 10 votes)
107
U.S. Congressman
20.0% (2 of 10 votes)
108
U.S. Senator
14.29% (1 of 7 votes)
 
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