language unites us, multiple languages will
surely divide us."
- Senator S.I. Hayakawa
publishes the Official English Legislation
Congressional Report Card to help people know
their Congressional representatives' positions on
Official English. The votes graded here are from
1998 Report Card remains posted here because
there is no 2000 Report Card. Congress made only
a few minor decisions on language issues in
1999-2000, leaving us without enough useful data
to produce a meaningful Report Card.
name is preceded by a letter indicating the
Member's grade. A grade of A is the highest
possible -- these Members are good friends and
supporters of English. A grade of F is the lowest
possible -- these Members have voted and
otherwise worked against measures that would
protect and enhance the role of English in our
needs your help to build a majority in Congress
favoring English as our Official Language.
review the candidates' grades listed here.
Support candidates with a high grade and oppose
those who received a low grade.
If you need a tool to
help find out who is representing you in
Congress, see Congress.Org.