State Sen. Scott Wilk (21st District) has announced that the state’s leading taxpayer protection organization has given him a perfect score. The Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association (HJTA) released its 2019 Legislative Report Card and Wilk’s voting record received a score of 100 percent.

“My priority in Sacramento is to ensure our tax dollars are used sensibly,” Wilk said. “Folks from the Victor Valley, the Antelope Valley all the way to the Santa Clarita Valley struggle to provide for their families every month. Every dime the state collects in taxes from these hard working Californians should be spent with that in mind and not wasted.”

The HJTA report card is a non-partisan tool designed to help Californians gauge how their state representatives are actually performing on taxpayer-related issues, including but not limited to tax increases and direct attacks on Proposition 13.

Fifteen out of 120 legislators received a perfect score. For more information about the HJTA scoring system, visit

To review the Report Card in its entirety and to see how individual representatives scored, visit: