This year two lawmakers agreed with the Secular Coalition for Maryland (SCMD) more often than anyone else. They were Delegates Alfred C. Carr Jr. of District 18 in Montgomery county and Eric Ebersole of District 12 in Baltimore and Howard counties. Eighteen additional Delegates and one Senator frequently agreed with SCMD. Two Delegates disagreed with SCMD more often than anyone else. They were Delegates Susan K. McComas of District 34B in Harford county and Tony McConkey of District 33 in Anne Arundel county. Three additional Delegates and three Senators often disagreed with SCMD. A 2016 legislative recap describes some of this year's issues.
The SCMD recently published a Maryland 2016 GA Report Card spreadsheet with scores ranging from 8 to -4 for each lawmaker so that you can see how your elected representative fared. Senators are identified by light blue rows. Delegate Zucker became Senator Zucker in February. He is identified as a Senator but on some bills he voted as Delegate. The House bills opposed by the SCMD are followed by the Senate bills we opposed. Then the House bills and Senate bills we supported are listed.
Bold bill numbers indicate a final floor vote. Underlined indicates final floor votes in both chambers. Italics indicates the floor votes were unanimous. Unanimous floor votes in either or both chambers are not counted. Sponsorship and cosponsorship are counted when there was no final floor vote in the originating chamber. Committee votes are counted separately. Committee votes are prefixed or suffixed with a "c".
No vote and no sponsorship or cosponsorship is assigned a zero. If SCMD agrees with the vote or sponsorship or cosponsorship then it is assigned a one, otherwise it is assigned negative one.