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Alida I. Millham's Ratings and Endorsements

Marriage, Family, and Children

2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Family Score 9

Socially Conservative

2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 26
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 26
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Constitutional Score 20
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Constitutional Score 20
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Fiscal Score 55
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Fiscal Score 55
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Life Score 17
2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Life Score 17
2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House Only) 44
2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House Only) 44
2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Interim Score (House Only) 56
2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Interim Score (House Only) 56
2011-2012 Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire - Positions 32%
2011-2012 Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire - Positions 32%
2010 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 57%
2010 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 57%
2009 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 51%
2009 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 51%
2007-2008 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 52
2007-2008 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 52
2007 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 17%
2007 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 17%
2007 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions on Republican Principles 53
2007 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions on Republican Principles 53
2006 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 0%
2006 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 0%
2005-2006 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 36%
2005-2006 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 36%

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