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Scott P. Brown's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

2012 Arab American Institute - Positions on Arab-American Issues 13%
2012 Armenian National Committee of America - Positions 92%
2012 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score 33%
2012 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 67%
2012 National Journal - Senate Conservative (Foreign) 51%
2012 Peace Action - Positions 25%
2011-2012 ACT! for America - Positions 100%
2011-2012 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights 44%
2011-2012 USA Engage - Positions 88%
2011 Arab American Institute - Positions on Arab-American Issues 14%
2011 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score 36%
2011 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 40%
2011 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 44%
2011 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 55%
2011 Peace Action West - Positions 11%
2010 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 80%
2010 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 67%
2010 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 30%
2010 Peace Action - Positions 7%
2010 Peace Action West - Positions 7%
2009-2012 Council for a Livable World - Positions (Senate) 67%
2009-2010 ACT! for America - Positions 0%
2009-2010 Council for a Livable World - Positions 33%
2009-2010 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -2%
2009-2010 USA Engage - Positions 100%
2009-2010 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 33%
2009 Latin America Working Group - Positions 50%
2009 Resolve Uganda - Lifetime Score 0%
2006-2012 Global Exchange - Percent Loyalty to Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Lobby 75%

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