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Marshall 'Mark' Clement Sanford, Jr.'s Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Foreign Affairs

Office: U.S. House (SC) - District 1, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 1

Foreign Affairs

2015 Council for a Livable World - Positions 38%
2014 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 100%
2013-2014 Armenian National Committee of America - Positions 50%
2013-2014 Council for a Livable World - Positions (House) 60%
2013-2014 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions 100%
2013-2014 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 60%
2013 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 64%
2013 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy 53%
2013 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy 46%
2000 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 55%
1999 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 57%
1999 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 81%
1999 National Journal - Liberal on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 15%
1999 Peace Action - Positions 54%
1998 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 40%
1998 National Journal - Liberal on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 34%
1998 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 62%
1998 Peace Action - Positions 50%
1997-1998 PeacePAC - Positions 25%
1997 Center for Security Policy - Positions 79%
1997 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 27%
1997 Peace Action - Positions 33%
1996 Center for Security Policy - Positions 64%
1996 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 54%
1996 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign\Defense Policy 45%
1996 Peace Action - Positions 0%
1996 PeacePAC - Positions 40%
1995-1996 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Peace and Justice Score 27%
1995 Peace Action - Positions 17%

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