Jenkins votes against conservative RSC alternative budget

Moran and Tiahrt voted against it.  Of course, Moore voted against it.

Club for Growth:

The House rejected the Republican Study Committee’s alternative budget yesterday, 111-322.

This is an important vote for fiscal conservatives to scrutinize.

The RSC almost always offers an alternative budget each year so that it can propose…well, an alternative…to either a tax-hiking Democratic budget or a big-spending GOP budget, depending on which party is in the majority.

I personally analyze the vote tally with extra care to see where everyone voted. While voting YES on the RSC budget doesn’t necessarily mean a House member is conservative, it does help make the case. And the opposite is true. While voting NO on the RSC budget doesn’t necessarily mean a House member is not conservative, it provides more evidence that that might actually be the case.

Either way, check out the vote tally for yourself and see where everybody stands.

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