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Mark W. Neumann

Mark W. Neumann's Ratings and Endorsements

Full Name: Mark W. Neumann

Business and Consumers

1997-1998 American Association of University Women - Positions 0%
1997 American Association of University Women - Positions 0%
1997 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 100%
1997 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 91%
1997 Consumer Federation of America - Positions 33%
1997 National Council of Senior Citizens - Positions 30%
1997 National Education Association - Positions 29%
1997 National Education Association - Positions 29%
1997 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 100%
1997 Population Connection - Positions 0%
1997 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions 64%
1997 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 8%
1997 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 90%
1996 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 93%
1996 Consumer Federation of America - Positions 31%
1996 National Council of Senior Citizens - Positions 30%
1996 National Education Association - Positions 0%
1996 National Education Association - Positions 0%
1996 Population Connection - Positions 0%
1996 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 31%
1996 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 69%
1995-1996 American Association of University Women - Positions 0%
1995-1996 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 86%
1995-1996 National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare - Positions 44%
1995-1996 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 92%
1995-1996 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions 46%
1995-1996 United States Public Interest Research Group - Positions 26%
1995-1996 United States Student Association - Positions 9%
1995 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 92%
1995 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions on Workplace Rights 0%

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

1995-1996 Human Rights Campaign - Positions 000%

Social

1997-1998 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 100%
1997-1998 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 100%
1997-1998 National Right to Life Committee - Positions 100%
1997 Americans for Democratic Action - Positions 10%
1997 Bread for the World - Positions 33%
1997 Children's Defense Fund - Positions 33%
1997 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 89%
1997 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 89%
1997 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 0%
1997 National Right to Life Committee - Positions 100%
1997 The John Birch Society - Positions 62%
1997 The John Birch Society - Positions 62%
1996 Americans for Democratic Action - Positions 15%
1996 Bread for the World - Positions on Addressing World Hunger 17%
1996 Children's Defense Fund - Positions 7%
1996 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 0%
1996 National Journal - Liberal on Social Policy Score 10%
1996 National Journal - Conservative on Social Policy Score 86%
1996 National Right to Life Committee - Positions 100%
1996 NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby - Positions 47%
1996 NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby - Positions 47%
1995-1996 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 100%
1995-1996 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 100%
1995-1996 Concerned Women for America - Positions 75%
1995-1996 Concerned Women for America - Positions 75%
1995-1996 National Committee for an Effective Congress - Positions 5%
1995-1996 The John Birch Society - Positions 74%
1995-1996 The John Birch Society - Positions 74%
1995 Legion for the Survival of Freedom, Inc. (formerly Liberty Lobby) - Positions 50%

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