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Legislative Report Card

Did your state Senator or Representative make the Apple Card Honor Roll? To hold our elected officials accountable, The SCEA tracks how members of the Legislature vote on our issues.
Honor Roll Banner - 2022 Legislative session

The SCEA is proud to issue the Apple Card, the Honor Roll of our legislative report card for legislators who voted to support issues related to public education and educators 80% or more of the time in their votes on the House or Senate floor.

Every member of the legislature gets a percentage grade. Votes cast on important bill motions and bill passage on the House and Senate floor are the criteria for these grades.

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Senate Honor Roll

Senator Score: Votes Scored Supporting Votes Not Voting Excused
Allen, Karl 90% 28 25 1 0
Fanning, Mike 110% 29 29 0 0
Hutto, Brad 90% 29 26 0 0
Jackson, Darrell 90% 25 22 1 3
Johnson, Kevin 90% 28 25 1 0
Kimpson, Marlon 80% 14 11 3 12
Malloy, Gerald 89% 27 24 1 1
Matthews, Margie 100% 26 26 1 2
McElveen, III, J. Thomas 92% 26 24 2 1
McLeod, Mia 100% 25 25 0 4
Sabb, Ronnie 84% 25 21 0 3
Scott, Jr., John 85% 20 17 5 4
Setzler, Nikki 83% 23 19 6 0
Stephens, Vernon 96% 27 26 0 2
Williams, Kent 80% 28 22 0 1

Bills and motions scored include but not limited to: Unencumbered Time (S.946), School Lunch Debt (H.3006), Non-certified teacher hiring (H.3590), Private School Voucher Schemes (S.935), Anti-Truth Legislation and bill amendments (H.5183, amendments to S.945), budgetary amendments for the educator shortage task force, breach of contract leniency and more.

House of Representatives Honor Roll

Representative Score: Votes Scored Supporting Votes Not Voting Excused
Alexander, Terry 94% 35 33 20 0
Anderson, Carl 96% 50 48 5 0
Atkinson, Lucas 97% 30 29 25 0
Bamberg, Justin 96% 27 26 28 0
Bernstein, Beth 96% 55 53 0 0
Brawley, Wendy 98% 54 53 1 0
Clyburn, Bill 98% 52 51 3 0
Cobb-Hunter, Gilda 100% 53 53 2 0
Dillard, Chandra 98% 40 39 15 0
Garvin, Kambrell 98% 54 53 1 0
Gilliard, Wendell 100% 55 55 0 0
Govan, Jr., Jerry 94% 52 49 1 2
Hart, Chris 100% 15 15 40 0
Hayes, Jackie 87% 31 27 7 17
Henderson-Myers, Rosalyn 100% 53 53 1 1
Henegan, Pat 100% 51 51 4 0
Hosey, Lonnie 98% 47 46 8 0
Howard, Leon 98% 46 45 9 0
Jefferson, Jr., Joseph 94% 52 49 1 2
Johnson, Jermaine 100% 48 48 7 0
Johnson, Kimberly 96% 55 53 0 0
King, John Richard 96% 53 51 2 0
Kirby, Roger 96% 50 48 5 0
Matthews, Krystle 100% 44 44 11 0
McDaniel, Annie 98% 51 50 4 0
McKnight, Cezar 91% 34 31 5 16
Moore, JA 97% 34 33 21 0
Murray, Chardale 100% 55 55 0 0
Ott, Russell 98% 48 47 7 0
Parks, Anne 100% 14 14 38 3
Pendarvis, Marvin 100% 50 50 5 0
Rivers, Sr., Michael 98% 52 51 3 0
Robinson, Leola 96% 26 25 28 1
Rose, Seth 98% 52 51 2 1
Rutherford, Todd 98% 44 43 11 0
Tedder, Deon 98% 52 51 3 0
Thigpen, Ivory 100% 30 30 25 0
Weeks, David 91% 22 20 33 0
Wetmore, Elizabeth "Spencer" 93% 45 42 10 0
Wheeler, III, William 95% 42 40 13 0
Williams, Robert 96% 52 50 3 0
Williams, Shedron 100% 22 22 2 31

Bills and motions scored include but not limited to: Unencumbered Time (S.946), School Lunch Debt (H.3006), Non-certified teacher hiring (H.3590), Private School Voucher Schemes (S.935), Anti-Truth Legislation and bill amendments (H.5183, amendments to S.945), budgetary amendments for the educator shortage task force, breach of contract leniency and more.

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