The Scorecard provides insight into how elected officials in Washington, DC take action on public lands and waters in wild Alaska. Alaska Wilderness Action staff track legislation and other Congressional actions and give priority to legislation or actions that—in whole or in part—has a specific impact on Alaska’s land and waters. You can find officials with the highest scores, who have done the most to keep Alaska’s public lands wild and free, by sorting the data below by “Total Score.” 

For more specific information on methodology and how each score was tallied, view the full PDF here.

Find archived issues of the scorecard here.

Alaska Wilderness Action Statement on 2016 National Congressional Scorecard (March 8, 2017)

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