When you pull up the "progressive" scorecard (progressive means liberal, really liberal) it says, Nancy Boyda scored only a 40%, sounds like she's in the center, right? Wrong. She scores 0% on the "conservative" side of the ledger.
In fact, on every vote that's taken place on the progressive/liberal agenda, Boyda-Pelosi voted with the liberals. Her score has only gone down because she hasn't co-sponsored (lent her name to) pieces of legislation that they want to push forward. But, when the rubber meets the road and Boyda has to vote, it's liberals 100% to conservatives 0%.
In fact, there are more Boyda scores (based on actual votes):
Service Employees International Union - 89%
The uber-liberal Americans for Democratic Action - 80%
League of Conservation Voters 70%ACLU - 67%
If you combine these 5 with the Progressive scorecard above, based on actual votes taken, Boyda scores 84.3% liberal.
What about conservative group ratings:
Americans for Prosperity - 0 %
Club for Growth - 0%
Family Research Council - 6%
If you combine these 3 with the Progessive scorecard above, based on actual votes taken, Boyda scores a 1.5% conservative.
The verdict is in, Boyda has an 84.3% average liberal score versus 1.5% average conservative score. When it counts, Nancy votes liberal.