|Full Name:||Harold Ford, Jr.|
|Birth Place:||Memphis, TN|
|Home City:||Memphis, TN|
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Dec. 6, 2006 - Requires the physician to provide the woman with the following information or material (Sec. 3): The approximate age of the fetus; The "Unborn ...
Sept. 29, 2006 - Creates a military commission to try any offense committed by an "unlawful enemy combatant," which is defined as a non-US citizen who "purposefully and ...
Sept. 29, 2006 - Appropriates $8.04 billion for customs and border protection, including $1.19 billion for border security fencing, infrastructure, and technology. Appropriates $362.5 million for ...
Nov. 16, 2006 - And joining us now, Congressman Harold Ford Jr., Democrat of Tennessee. You lost, what about 1.7 million votes cast. You lost by about 50,000. Is ...
Nov. 8, 2006 - AP/Johnson City Press: Ford contrasts his record on taxes with Corker's NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Harold Ford Jr., touting his own ...
Nov. 6, 2006 - CNN Larry King Live - Transcript BREAK IN TRANSCRIPT ING: Let me check in with someone who may be worried, Representative Harold Ford, Jr. Harold ...
|1999||International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Positions||100%|
|2005-2006||Society for Animal Protective Legislation U.S. House Score||33%|
|2005-2006||Information Technology Industry Council Positions||67%|
|Cash On Hand||$0.00|
Harold Ford, Jr. REPEATEDLY REFUSED TO PROVIDE ANY RESPONSES TO CITIZENS ON ISSUES THROUGH THE 2006 NATIONAL POLITICAL AWARENESS TEST WHEN ASKED TO DO SO BY Key national leaders of both major parties including: John McCain, Republican Senator Geraldine Ferraro, Former Democratic Congresswoman Michael Dukakis, Former Democratic Governor Bill Frenzel, Former Republican Congressman Richard Kimball, Project Vote Smart President Over 100 news organizations throughout the nation also urged their candidates to supply their issue positions through the National Political Awareness Test.
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