REPORT: Rosen Named One of The Top 10 Most Bipartisan Senators Third Year In A Row, Rises in Rankings Again

Senator Rosen’s Strong Record Of Working Across Party Lines To Deliver For Nevadans Puts Her As Fourth Most Bipartisan Democratic Senator

She Has Been Previously Recognized For Her Political Independence From Her Party, And For Being One Of The Most Effective Senators

WASHINGTON, DC – The Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University released a new bipartisan index report that named U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) as one of the most bipartisan members of the Senate in the 118th Congress. The nonpartisan ranking of how often each Member of Congress worked across party lines in 2023 found that Senator Rosen was the fourth most bipartisan Senate Democrat, and sixth most bipartisan senator overall. She has consistently been rising in the bipartisan index – being ranked the seventh most bipartisan senator for her work in 2022, and the ninth most bipartisan senator for her work in 2021.

“Nevadans sent me to the U.S. Senate to stand up to the business-as-usual politics of Washington and work across the aisle on common-sense legislation that delivers for hardworking families in our state,” said Senator Rosen. “I’m proud to be recognized as one of the top 10 most bipartisan senators for the third year in a row for my work with Republicans, Democrats, and Independents to help lower costs, support our state’s economy, and protect our national security. I’ll always put our state first, above politics and party loyalty, to see that Nevadans get ahead.”

Senator Rosen has also been named one of the most effective Democratic Senators and the most centrist member of the Nevada congressional delegation. In 2023, 97% of the legislation Rosen introduced was bipartisan. She recently broke with her party in voting to block the Biden Administration’s effort that would hurt Nevada’s ranchers and cattlemen, was one of only eight Democrats to vote to strike down policies that would have adversely affected law enforcement’s ability to address crime, introduced bipartisan legislation to lower the cost of prescription drugs, and worked across the aisle to advance legislation to hold Iran accountable.

The Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University bipartisan index scorecard can be viewed HERE.