The National Journal’s latest congressional vote analysis is out, and U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa, is the No. 1 conservative in the Senate according to votes cast in 2009. Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee, came in at No. 4. Inhofe graded out at 95.8 percent, meaning he voted more conservative than 95.8 percent of his colleagues. Coburn was at 93 percent. On the House side, three Republicans scored higher than 80 percent in the conservative rankings — Rep. Mary Fallin (87), Rep. Tom Cole (84.2) and Rep. Frank Lucas (83.7). GOP Congressman John Sullivan didn’t participate in enough of the votes analyzed by the Journal to be ranked. Interestingly, the state delegation’s lone Democrat, Rep. Dan Boren, scored 58.2 percent as a conservative and 41.8 percent as a liberal, which is pretty much the definition of a House moderate. The Journal based its ratings on 99 Senate votes and 92 House votes on economic, social and foreign policy issues.