A report released today by the Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University named Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, as the most bi-partisan member of the Colorado’s Congressional delegation.
The Lugar Center report ranking is based on multiple criteria, including how often a representative’s bills attracted co-sponsors from the other party. More information about the Lugar Center and the full report can be found here.
“When I was sworn into Congress, I made it my mission to work collaboratively across the aisle. Solving the issues Coloradans face everyday should not be partisan issues, and I’ve been proud to work with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to serve the people of our great state,” Neguse said.
Representative Neguse ranked the 11th most bipartisan of the 98 freshmen members of the House, and the 29th most bipartisan out of the 234 Democratic members of Congress.