11 Biggest House RINOs – #1 Richard Hanna



Who Are The Biggest 11 RINOs In The United States Senate? Go Here To Find Out

Heritage Ranking: 20%
American Conservative Union Ranking: 42%
Conservative Review Ranking: 31%

Key Votes:

Hanna voted no on the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2015 (H.R. 7). According to the Heritage Foundation, “the bill, sponsored by Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ), would establish a permanent, government-wide prohibition on federal taxpayer funding of abortion and health benefits plans that include coverage of abortion, as well as prevent federal tax dollars from being entangled in abortion coverage under Obamacare.” Hanna voted yes on giving Barack Obama fast-track Trade Promtion Authority. According to the Heritage Foundation, “H.R. 1314 combines President Obama’s request for fast track authority or Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) with a stimulus-level extension of the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program. The vote for this bill was spilt into two parts, one on TAA and the other on TPA.” Hanna also voted no the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; legislation would protect unborn children by preventing abortions five months after fertilization, at which time scientific evidence suggests the child can feel pain.

Richard Hanna: Brief Biography

Born the grandson of dairy farmers January 25, 1951 in Utica, New York, Richard Hanna was raised with four sisters in Marcy, New York, where he attended Whitesboro High School. After graduation, Hanna attended Reed University in Portland Oregon, graduating with honors in 1976 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science.

Following college, Hanna returned to his home state of New York to start his company Hanna Construction, which began as a construction company for small residential projects and grew over the next twenty-seven years to complete multi-million dollar municipal and commercial projects.

Hanna was elected to the House of Representatives in 2010 representing New York’s 24th Congressional District, following an unsuccessful campaign in 2008. After redistricting occurred, Hanna was elected to represent New York’s 22nd Congressional District in 2012 and was reelected to this position on November 4, 2014, which began his current term.

As a representative for the 114th Congress, Hanna currently serves on the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, (including Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Material, Subcommittee on Highways and Transit, and Subcommittee on Aviation) and the Committee on Small Business (including Subcommittee on Contracting and Workforce and Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access.)

Hanna also serves as Co-Chair for the Congressional Organic Caucus, the New York Defense Working Group Caucus, the STEM Education Caucus and on the Joint Economic Committee, which is represented with members from both Congress and the Senate.

Hanna currently lives in Barneveld, in his home state of New York, with his wife Kim and two children, Emerson and Grace. He is a licensed air pilot and a member of the National Rifle Association. Richard Hanna is a member of the Republican Party and a 25-year member of the Operating Engineers Local 545.

These rankings were compiled and primarily based upon the Senate rankings from Heritage Action (the 501c4 arm of the Heritage Foundation) Scorecard and secondarily using rankings from the American Conservative Union and Conservative Review Scorecards.  We encourage you to visit those sites for more detailed information.


  • Pingback: 11 Biggest House RINOs – #2 Robert Dold()

  • http://NONE Mynickelsworth

    Where is Boehner???? I thought he was the biggest Socialist in the HOUSE and worse than a RINO.

    • Sherry Files

      HE IS! Why was this limited to the odd #11 instead of the usual top 15 or top 20??? “Bonner” should have been #1! I keep reading these stupid “lists” and never am satisfied with their views as they skirt the real issues and the real phoney conservatives list! I’m DONE with these stupid lists!

      • GrumpyOleMan

        Obmama’s Bitch McConnell was missing also, but he’s Senate.

    • Clay Fitzgerald

      Boehner quit last October 31, that’s the most likely reason he’s not listed. His former position is vacant until a new representative is elected.

    • CL Carmouche

      We based this ranking on the voting records and ratings complied by three different organizations and Boehner is not on the list because these 11 people are to his left. There are a few more who are to Boehner’s left as well but we chose to initially limit the list to 11 people. We may expand the list at some point, but I’m sure people will then ask “Why is so-and-so so far down on the list.”

  • Kitty Overcast

    they all need fired, if you ask me, because nobody in Washington is doing their damn job, or Obama would not be going against our constitutional rights, and all the other shit he does,….and still be in the White house! I believe everyone in Washington is sitting on their ass with their foot in their mouth afraid to say anything against anything that the POTUS is doing, for fear of losing their cushy little jobs ! So to hell with us…the American people, because our congress and senate and everyone up there are afraid of Obama….I hope Trump gets in, and fires them all!!!…We need to clean house!!!!!!

  • Gnowark

    As an aside, Hanna ran unopposed by any democrats (I guess they were happy with his performance) , so he was able to put his war chest (and the casino developers and gay unity-PAC which each outspent his own fund to keep him elected) to work to defeat the 9to1 outspent challenger.

  • Lillyhammer Lip

    Come on! List the rest of them. There are many more and some of them are in the presidential race. Those listed are only a drop in the bucket of corrupt phony republican/conservatives. Most if not all are rinos to some extent and a great deal are close to the democrat way of thinking. If the republicans are that afraid of the democrats/socialists/communists then this country is sunk. They have had a chance to redeem themselves with the 2014 election and what have they done? Yes they are very good at “talking the talk” but nowhere “walking the walk.”

  • 1 Fed Up American

    Great representation of Political Hacks who say one thing and do the opposite. Hopefully the voters are wise to these RINO’S and vote them out of office. This is way the Republican Party is going down the shitter. GO TRUMP. If the republicans continue down there path there will be a 3rd party evolve that will kick there as .

  • GrumpyOleMan

    Almost all of these come from the “parenthesis” states, ie, east and west coast liberal core area. Some from the north coast (Great Lakes) Illinois and Pennsylvania. You can’t really expect much more from these people. After all, their choice of living arrangements are to live in boxes stacked up on top of each other, and have everything done for them by either condo commandos or government. They are no longer capable of doing much of anything for themselves harder that operating a remote control. And Speaker Bonehead comes from Ohio, another north coast state. It’s all predictable.

  • liberty49

    Did anyone notice all the Hispanic names?

    • taldock

      The Cuban delegation from South Florida is leading the way (left). It should be noted that Marco Rubio leads the pack.

      • liberty49

        One of the many reasons I do not support Marco Rubio.

  • rapunzel972

    I just hope all these RINOS are voted out when their terms are up. Why did they vote with the damnocrats? They had the power to stop Ovomit & they didn’t. Shame on them!