Lt. Governor Todd Lamb was once a state senator. He was first elected in 2004, and became Majority Floor Leader in 2009. He voted on hundreds of bills and authored several. While this all happened in the past decade
The good journalists at the Oklahoma Constitution have provided the voters of Oklahoma with a record of key legislative voting records since the early 1980s. Steve Byas and Ron McWhirter have worked with the members of Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee, to catalog some of the most significant bills deliberated at the legislature each year, and then they identify how each member voted.
Senator Lamb's legacy as a senator has been indexed and given a number. He was declared in 2010 to have the 16th best voting record during that year. His score was 73. Brian Bingman and Mike Schultz, by comparison, had each scored 80, that year.
Lamb's accumulative score is 66 out of 100. Randy Brogdon, by comparison, has a 93, and Jim Halligan had a 50, at the time. Brogdon & Lamb both left the legislature at the end of 2010, Halligan, Bingman, & Schultz continued to serve in the senate for several more years, and their scores went down precipitously..