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2014 Congressional Arts Report Card

Is your Member of Congress an A+ arts champion or a F arts threat? Click on your state to find out!

View the full 2014 Congressional Arts Report Card to discover more stats, facts and the grading scale to help you make arts-informed decisions.

View the full 2012 Congressional Arts Report Card to discover more stats, facts and the grading scale to help you make arts-informed decisions.

View the full 2010 Congressional Arts Report Card to discover more stats, facts and the grading scale to help you make arts-informed decisions.

View the full 2008 Congressional Arts Report Card to discover more stats, facts and the grading scale to help you make arts-informed decisions.



The 2014 Congressional Arts Report Card is a one-stop guide to help you make informed decisions at the ballot box. We’ve used metrics and analysis based on previous congression voting records, sponsorship of key arts legislation, and participation in the cultural caucuses. Because there were not enough recorded votes to assign traditional grades in 2014, we have provided a “Thumbs Up” for those members who have exhibited pro-arts support.


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ALABAMA

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COLORADO



CONNECTICUT



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FLORIDA




GEORGIA




HAWAII




IDAHO




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INDIANA




IOWA




KANSAS




KENTUCKY




LOUISIANA




MAINE




MARYLAND




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MICHIGAN




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MISSISSIPPI




MISSOURI




MONTANA




NEBRASKA




NEVADA




NEW HAMPSHIRE




NEW JERSEY




NEW MEXICO




NEW YORK




NORTH CAROLINA




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OHIO




OKLAHOMA




OREGON




PENNSYLVANIA




RHODE ISLAND




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SOUTH DAKOTA




TENNESSEE




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UTAH




VERMONT




VIRGINIA




WASHINGTON




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WISCONSIN




WYOMING




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