OEA Legislative Scorecard
A Legislative scorecard for each member of the Ohio General Assembly
OEA Government Relations has developed and will maintain a online legislative scorecard for each member of the Ohio General Assembly.
The scorecard tracks floor votes on bills for which OEA has taken a position (support/oppose) and notified legislators of this position.
Additionally, the scorecard tracks co-sponsors for bills OEA has intense interest in (for/against).
The 134th General Assembly began in January 2021. No OEA scorecard votes have been recorded thus far. Below is a summary of key actions in the 133rd General Assembly (2019-2020):
OEA Interactive Scorecard
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133rd House & Senate Vote Summary
- House Bill 154: House Floor vote to repeal the failed state takeover law and Restore local control. OEA supports this bill. It passed by a vote of 83-12.
- House Bill 239: House Floor vote on HB 239 the Testing Reduction Act. The bill would reduce state-required testing and establish workgroups aimed at reducing he testing load on students. OEA supports this bill. It passed 78-14.
- House Bill 305: House vote on HB 305 the Fair School Funding Plan. OEA supports this bill. It passed the House 87-9.
- Senate Bill 89: House and Senate votes on the conference committee report for SB 89. The bill expanded performance-based eligibility for the EdChoice voucher program beyond 2019-20 levels and permanently increased income-based eligibility. OEA opposes this bill. It passed the House 53-36 and the Senate 23-8.
- Vouchers Amendment: Senate floor vote to table an amendment to remove harmful voucher provisions from HB 166. The motion was passed 21-12. OEA opposed tabling the amendment.
133rd Co-Sponsorship of Key Legislation
- House Bill 239: Co-sponsor of HB 239 the Testing Reduction Act. The bill would reduce state-required testing and establish local work groups including teachers and parents aimed at reducing the testing load on students. OEA Supports this bill.
- House Bill 322: Co-sponsor of HB 322. This bill would revise the Ohio Teacher Residency Program to be a two-year mentoring program and eliminate the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA). OEA supports this bill.
- Senate Bill 378: Co-sponsor of SB 376. This is a companion bill to HB 305 the Fair School Funding Plan. OEA supports this bill.