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Scorecard 2020

Tracy Kraft-Tharp

Tracy Kraft-Tharp


Democrat, House District 29


2020 Score 69%
Lifetime Score 89%
2019 Score 88% 2018 Score 100% 2017 Score 100%
How it works

2020 Score determined by: Bill Votes, Legislative Leadership and Engagement with Educators, and Collective Progress Towards Fully Funding Public Schools in Colorado.

2020 Voting Record

Pro-Education VoteAnti-Education VoteNo vote taken
Bill NumberBill NameVote
HB 20-1005Enhance Safe2tellPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1007Diverse Kindergarten Through 12th Grade Educator Workforce ReportPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1032Timing K-12 Education Standards ReviewPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1048Race Trait Hairstyle Anti-discrimination ProtectPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1062Colorado Student Free Expression LawPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1125Eligible Educator Supplies Tax CreditPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1127Extend Public Employees' Retirement Association Retiree Work After Retirement LimitPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1135Replace High School Social Studies AssessmentPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1153Colorado Partnership For Quality Jobs And Services ActPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1204Tax Deduction For Donation To Scholarship OrganizationPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1241Issue Professional License Lawful United States PresencePro-Education Vote
HB 20-1301Electronic Attendance In School District Board MeetingPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1312Behavioral Health Training Requirements Educator License No vote taken
HB 20-1336Holocaust And Genocide Studies In Public SchoolsPro-Education Vote
HB 20-1407College Admission Use Of National Test ScoreNo vote taken
HB 20-1409CDPHE Inspections Of Penal InstitutionsNo vote taken
HB 20-1415Whistleblower Protection Public Health EmergenciesNo vote taken
HB 20-1420*Adjust Tax Expenditures For State Education FundAnti-Education Vote
SB 20-014Excused Absences In Public Schools For Behavioral HealthPro-Education Vote
SB 20-081School Information For Apprenticeship DirectoryPro-Education Vote
SB 20-083Prohibit Courthouse Civil ArrestPro-Education Vote
SB 20-095Middle School Students Concurrent Enrollment InformationPro-Education Vote
SB 20-175Assessment Score On A Student's TranscriptPro-Education Vote
SB 20-205Sick Leave For EmployeesPro-Education Vote
SB 20-207Unemployment InsurancePro-Education Vote
SB 20-211Limitations On Extraordinary Collection ActionsPro-Education Vote
SB 20-217Enhance Law Enforcement IntegrityPro-Education Vote
SCR 20-001Repeal Property Tax Assessment RatesPro-Education Vote

* Legislator voted against the original House version of HB20-1420. The original version of HB20-1420 reduced more corporate tax loopholes and would have provide more to funding to public education. However, legislator did vote to ‘repass’ the version which was passed by the Senate; this version does provide funding for public education but less than the original, and it closed fewer corporate tax loopholes.