The Club for Growth recently released their annual scorecard, rating members of Congress on how well they defended economic freedom in 2006.  Here’s a description from the press release:

“The awards are based on a study of key economic votes the Club for Growth compiled for its 2006 scorecard, including votes pertaining to taxes, wasteful spending, and tort reform. The study included a comprehensive examination of each lawmaker’s record on pro-growth policies, resulting in an economic growth score ranging from 0 to 100, with a score of 100 indicating the highest support for pro-growth policies.”

See how your favorite politicians scored here.