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US SENATE WEB  or use the new GOA site its very good GOA WEB
 
Virtual Reference Desk: A clearinghouse of Senate information on the Web and guides to resources in libraries and archives.
*** History of Florida Senators found HERE ***

Find How the Senate Voted here   -   Senate Glossary of Terms

Heritage Action Scorecard for Florida's politicos of the 114 Congress

 U. S. SENATE
Senators terms are from Jan 3 to Jan 3 for 6 years
You can call your Senators at the Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121

Marco Rubio - (R-FL) - GOA Rating "A"
- US Senate
- Address his mail as: The Honorable Marco Rubio


Elected to the US Senate in November 2010 - 2016

Rubio local pages
Washington Office
United States Senate
WASHINGTON DC, 20510
Phone: 202-224-3041   Fax: 202-228-0285

Rubio Staff

Rubio web mail   -   Rubio Facebook
Jacksonville, FL
1650 Prudential Drive
Suite 220
Jacksonville, FL 32207
adele_griffen@rubio.senate.gov
Phone: (904) 398-8586
 
Miami
8669 NW 36th Street
Suite 110
Miami, FL 32207
Phone: (305) 418-8553
 
Orlando
1201 South Orange Avenue
Suite 350
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 254-2573 or toll free in Florida 1-866-630-7106
 
Pensacola, FL
1 N. Palafox Street
Suite 159
Pensacola, FL 32502
Phone: (850) 433-2603
 
Tampa, FL
3802 Spectrum Boulevard
Suite 106
Tampa, FL 33612
Phone: (813) 977-6450
 
 
Observations:
- There was a time when Democrats needed to be countered - no longer,  now their defeat in all they do must be the only objective.

Rubio: "I would vote against anything that grants amnesty because I think it destroys your ability to enforce the existing law and I think it's unfair to the people who are standing in line and waiting to come in legally. I would vote against anything that has amnesty in it."  LIE

Numbers USA is a staunch anti-illegal alien organization.  They have graded Rubio as a "D"
Gun Owners of America has graded Yoho as an "A"

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Senator Rick Scott (R-FL)

Elected of Jan 2019
- US Senate
- Address his mail as; The Honorable Rick Scott

Elected to US Senate Janusry 2019 for 6 years

 

Senator Scott's web mail
 

Washington Office

Rick Scott (R-FL)
716 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-5274

(R - FL) Class I

 

Tallahassee Office

111 N. Adams St.
Suite 208,
Tallahassee FL  32301
Phone: (850) 942-8415
 
 
   
   
Observations:
- The NRA rating for Scott is less that desired but it is much better that the "F" of Nelson the Demon-crat.

- There was a time when Democrats needed to be countered - no longer,  now their defeat in all they do must be the only objective.

US SENATE -- Leaders

Senator McConnell - Republican Leader
Mitch McConnell Republican Leader  Link includes: 
Senator Kyl - Republican Whip
Senator Thune - Republican Conference Chair
Senator Barrasso - Republican Party Committee Chair
Senator Blunt - Republican Conference vice chair

 U. S. HOUSE
U.S. House of Representatives // Washington, DC 20515  // P (202) 224-3121 // TTY: (202)-225-1904  // House Operating Status
 

US HOUSE web link    --   Bills and Repository   --   New GOA site about US House


  Ted Yoho - (R-FL)  
  -  US 3rd District Florida
  -  Website: yoho.house.gov   
  -  Web-Mail: Ted's Web mail
  -  Address Representatives as:
     The Honorable
  -  Second Term 2015-2016
Washington Office
511 Cannon House Office Building,
District of Columbia 20515-0607

Phone (202) 225-5744
F (202) 225-3973
hours: M-F 9-5:30pm
 
See map of new district 3

Local web Page about Ted
Gainesville Office:
5000 NW 27th Court, Suite E
Gainesville, Florida 32606

Phone: 352-505-0838
Fax: 352-505-3511
 
Orange Park Office:
35 Knight Boxx Road
Suite 1
Orange Park, FL 32065

Phone: 904-276-9626
Fax: 904-276-9336

Local Staff:  greg.rawson@mail.house.gov
hours: M-F 0830-1730
Teds 2016 Campaign Web

Snail Mail:
Ted Yoho for Congress
5745 SW 75th #283
Gainesville, Florida 32608

Phone: (352) 585-9646 (YOHO)
Email:  Ted's Campaign e-mail
Observations of Yoho

2nd term Republican from the NEW Florida 3rd District. GOA Rating "A"
Residence: Gainesville // Married // no prior elected office //
BA University of Florida; DVM University of Florida, 1983 // Prev. Occupation: Veterinarian //
Birthdate: 04/13/1955  // Birthplace: Minneapolis, MN  //
Religion: Catholic // Percentage in Last Election: 65%

Gun Owners of America has graded Yoho as an "A"


 

Paul Ryan
Paul Ryan

Web Mail the Speaker no address yet

He took the job to represent the entire U.S., it's time for him to do so -- I phoned in a complaint, no answer so far. -- I think he trying to ignore us. 
DC Office of the Speaker

H-232 The Capitol (Press Office)
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-0600
Fax: (202) 225-5117

- See more at: http://www.speaker.gov/contact#sthash.JPLtrFO1.dpuf


 

 

Observations:

Federal House of Representatives From Florida as of Election 11/06/2012
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There will be a "contact" or "e-mail me" form to fill out -- Also their phone numbers and Fax numbers

Alphabetically with GOA Rating By District with percent of 2012 vote captured
District Candidate Party Votes Received GOA
Rating
12 Bilirakis, Gus Michael REP 208,943 A
5 Brown Corrine DEM 188,256 F-
16 Buchanan, Vern REP 186,743 A
14 Castor, Kathy DEM 195,598 F-
19 Clawson, Curt REP    
4 Crenshaw, Ander REP 235,942 A
26 Curbelo, Carlos REP   A
13 David Jolly REP    
6 Michael Waltz REP 195,621 A
21 Deutch, Ted DEM 209,420 F-
25 Diaz-Balart, Mario REP 150,284 A
22 Frankel, Lois DEM 160,759 F
2 Graham, Gwen DEM   NR
9 Grayson, Alan DEM 164,475 F
20 Hastings, Alcee L. DEM 203,868 F-
7 Mica, John REP 184,493 A

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Miller, Jeff REP 237,946 A
18 Murphy, Patrick DEM 160,328 NR
11 Nugent, Richard REP 218,064 A
8 Posey, Bill REP 205,059 A
17 Rooney, Tom REP 165,117 A-
27 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana REP 137,948 B
15 Ross Spano REP   A
23 Wasserman-Schultz DEM 168,696 F-
10 Webster, Daniel REP 164,535 A
24 Wilson, Frederica DEM   F-
3 Yoho, Ted REP 203,800 A
District Candidate Party Votes Received Percent Received

1

Miller, Jeff REP 237,946 69.63%
2 Gwen Graham Dem    
3 Yoho, Ted REP 203,800 64.78%
4 Crenshaw, Ander REP 235,942 76.18%
5 Brown Corrine DEM 188,256 70.71%
6 Michael Waltz REP 195,621 57.25%
7 Mica, John REP 184,493 58.87%
8 Posey, Bill REP 205,059 58.91%
9 Grayson, Alan DEM 164,475 62.48%
10 Webster, Daniel REP 164,535 51.79%
11 Nugent, Richard B. REP 218,064 64.49%
12 Bilirakis, Gus Michael REP 208,943 63.53%
13 David Jolly REP   48.5%
14 Castor, Kathy DEM 195,598 70.22%
15 Ross Spano REP    
16 Buchanan, Vern REP 186,743 53.64%
17 Rooney, Tom REP 165,117 58.67%
18 Murphy, Patrick DEM 160,328 50.39%
19 Clawson, Curt REP    
20 Hastings, Alcee L. DEM 203,868 87.94%
21 Deutch, Ted DEM 209,420 77.70%
22 Frankel, Lois DEM 160,759 54.59%
23 Wasserman-Schultz DEM 168,696 63.26%
24 Wilson, Frederica DEM    
25 Diaz-Balart, Mario REP 150,284 75.69%
26 Curbelo, Carlos REP    
27 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana REP 137,948 60.17%
A+ Pro-Gun Leader: introduces pro-gun legislation.
A & A- Pro-Gun Voter: philosophically sound.
B & B- Pro-Gun Compromiser: generally leans our way.
C & C- Leans Our Way: occasionally.

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D & D- Leans Anti-Gun: usually against us.
F Anti-Gun Voter: a philosophically committed anti-gunner.
F- Anti-Gun Leader: outspoken anti-gun advocate who carries anti-gun legislation.
NR Not rated: Refused to answer his or her questionnaire; no track record. 
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Other than the President the constitution requires that officials "shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation to support this constitution".  In compliance the Senate rule requires the following oath:   "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God."

The Constitution states that a judicial nominee is to be confirmed by a majority of the Senate, that's 51 votes.  Given the above oath does a filibuster against a nominee (which requires 60 votes to break) violate that oath?  What about attempting to pass laws that infringe on other amendments such as the 2nd, 4th, and 10th?

The big question is:  Is there a Senator that gives a damn what the Constitution says?

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 Heritage Action Scorecard for Florida's politicos of the 114 Congress

Last Updated on: 12/15/2016

The Percent column showns how often they vote conservative per Heritage criterion

District Names Party Percent
6 Rep. Ron DeSantis R 88%
19 Rep. Curt Clawson R 84%
1 Rep. Jeff Miller R 83%
3 Rep. Ted Yoho R 83%
8 Rep. Bill Posey R 81%
Senate Sen. Marco Rubio R 73%
10 Rep. Daniel Webster R 73%
12 Rep. Gus Bilirakis R 71%
17 Rep. Tom Rooney R 71%
15 Rep. Dennis Ross R 65%
7 Rep. John Mica R 64%
11 Rep. Richard Nugent R 62%
16 Rep. Vern Buchanan R 53%
4 Rep. Ander Crenshaw R 44%
13 Rep. David Jolly R 39%
25 Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart R 35%
27 Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R 31%
26 Rep. Carlos Curbelo R 26%
20 Rep. Alcee Hastings D 17%
5 Rep. Corrine Brown D 16%
2 Rep. Gwen Graham D 15%
9 Rep. Alan Grayson D 15%
18 Rep. Patrick Murphy D 15%
22 Rep. Lois Frankel D 14%
24 Rep. Frederica Wilson D 13%
14 Rep. Kathy Castor D 12%
21 Rep. Ted Deutch D 12%
23 Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz D 11%
Senate Sen. Bill Nelson D 2%