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John Delaney's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: U.S. House (MD) - District 6, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 6
Terry Baker
(Running)
Republican
Xiangfei Cheng
(Running)
Republican
Robin Ficker
(Running)
Republican
Amie Hoeber
(Running)
Republican
Franklin Howard, Jr.
(Running)
Republican
Christopher Mason
(Running)
Republican
Harold Painter, Jr.
(Running)
Republican
Anthony Patrick Puca
(Running)
Democratic
Dave Vogt III
(Running)
Republican

Conservative

2015 The John Birch Society - Positions 20%
2014 American Conservative Union - Positions 0%
2014 American Conservative Union - Lifetime Scores 10%
2014 Americans for Prosperity - Positions (Jan. 7, 2014) 10%
2014 Americans for Prosperity - Lifetime Score (June 23, 2014) 8%
2014 Americans for Prosperity - Lifetime Score 10%
2014 Americans for Prosperity - Positions (June 23, 2014) 8%
2014 Conservative Review - Positions 6
2014 Heritage Action for America - Positions (Jan. 9, 2014) 20%
2014 Heritage Action for America - Positions (113th Congress) 12%
2014 The John Birch Society - Lifetime Score 21%
2014 The John Birch Society - Positions 21%
2013-2014 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 0%
2013-2014 Eagle Forum - Positions 0%
2013-2014 Faith and Freedom Coalition - Positions 10
2013-2014 Irregular Times/Progressive Patriots/That's My Congress - Conservative Action Score 22
2013-2014 The John Birch Society - Positions (113th Congress, full session) 15%
2013-2014 The New American - Positions (captured September 2, 2014) 17%
2013 American Conservative Union - Positions 20%
2013 American Conservative Union - Lifetime Score 20%
2013 Concerned Women for America - Positions 30%
2013 Eagle Forum - Positions 0%
2013 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy 32%
2013 National Journal - Conservative (Composite) 29%
2013 National Journal - Conservative on Economic Policy 36%
2013 The John Birch Society - Positions 10%
2013 The New American - Positions on Conservative Issues 21

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