Congressional Report Card

Looking at how effective our congress is. We evaluated all congress-persons from the 113, 114, and 115th sessions up congress gave them a grade based on their relative ranking compared to their peers.

Range breakdowns are as follows:
A range = 8%, B range = 22%, C range = 36%, D = 18%, F = 16% (Note: Average = C grade, A being best, F being worst)

Grades are calculated based on rankings that take into account committee membership, committee leadership, voting alignment (bipartisan voting strategies favored), votes missed (high # of votes missed penalized), bills sponsored, and bills sponsored that passed.
All data was collected from ProPublica's congress API

Created by Abhinav Suri, Katie Jiang, Lutong Cai, and Loujeine Boutar

Daniel M. Donovan

Party Republican
Currently in office? Yes
Role
State NY
Effectiveness Score B
Committees

Committee Rank: 322/530

Committee Chair Rank: 88/88

Committee Code Title Rank in Committee
House Committee on Foreign Affairs HSFA Member 19
House Committee on Homeland Security HSHM Member 11
Votes & Bills
% Votes with Party Line 89.36% (114th congress. Rank is 60/537)
92.6% (115th congress. Rank is 126/537)
Missed Votes 28 (114th congress. Rank is 242/537)
3 (115th congress. Rank is 318/537)
Bills Sponsored 3 (Bill ranking is 50/537,537/537)
Bill Information
Bill ID Title Congress Is Active? House Passage Senate Passage Enacted
hr5150-114 To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 3031 Veterans Road West in Staten Island, New York, as the "Leonard Montalto Post Office Building". 114 house True 2016-09-20 2016-12-10 2016-12-14
hr5943-114 To amend the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 to clarify certain allowable uses of funds for public transportation security assistance grants and establish periods of performance for such grants, and for other purposes. 114 house True 2016-09-26 False
hr5459-114 To amend the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to enhance preparedness and response capabilities for cyber attacks, bolster the dissemination of homeland security information related to cyber threats, and for other purposes. 114 house True 2016-09-26 False