224 years since the Bill of Rights was adopted, the interpretation of Americans' right to "keep and bear Arms" remains a hotly debated topic in the halls of Congress. So who are the members that talk about the issue the most often? To find out, we performed a text analysis of Congressional floor records, websites and twitter data and found representatives on both ends of the political spectrum who talk about the issue frequently. It turns out California and Texas are leading when it comes to the members of Congress most vocal on the issue. They are: Mike Thompson (D-CA5), Sheila Lee (D-TX18), Ted Poe (R-TX2), Diane Feinstein (D-CA), and Jason Chaffetz (R-UT3).
See the breakdown below:
But what about other key issues? Guess who talks about net neutrality the most?