The legacy of those who gave their life in war is a legacy of liberty. But in the ongoing debate over intelligence and surveillance, Americans are asking what 'freedom' means in the 21st century.
We performed a text analysis of congressional floor records, websites and twitter data to determine which members of Congress talk the most about issues surrounding "intelligence and surveillance" and used our Crowdpac scoring system to determine where each of them stand on the issue (you can find candidates who champion your position on the issue here).
These are the Members who are the most wary of laws such as "The Patriot Act":
These Members are the most supportive of laws such as "The Patriot Act":
What about the presidential candidates? Where do they stand on this issue? Find out on our exclusive guide to the 2016 elections.