Do GOP Leaders Need Spanish Lessons?
The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) has put out their annual Congressional Scorecard and the results don’t look good for Republican leaders.
CapitolBuzz with the story:
The average score for Senate Republicans was 34 percent, and the three top Senate Republican leaders have cast votes that earned them below-average scores from NHLA. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) voted against the interest of Hispanic families two out of three times, with a score of 33 percent; Republican Conference Chair Rick Santorum (R-PA) and Republican Whip Mitch McConnell scored 17 percent on the NHLA Scorecard.
The Democrats faired considerably better, garnering an average score of 95 percent.
You can download the entire report here.