CNET have done a useful guide to the best and worse House and Senate members when it comes to technology issues.
The results were surprisingly mixed: In the Senate, Republicans easily bested Democrats by an average of 10 percent. In the House of Representatives, however, Democrats claimed a narrow but visible advantage on technology-related votes.
Libertarian Ron Paul was the highest scoring House Republican at 80%. In the Senate the second lowest placxe went to John Kerry on 15%.
It’s one of the things I like about the US system – the party whipping is so loose, that you can identify where lawmakers stand on various issues.