Representative Peter 'Pete' T. King's Special Interest Group Ratings

Biographical

Full Name: Peter 'Pete' T. King
Current Office: U.S. House - District 2, Republican
First Elected: 11/03/1992
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Rosemary; 2 Children: Sean, Erin
Birth Date: 04/05/1944
Birth Place: Manhattan, NY
Home City: Seaford, NY
Religion: Roman Catholic
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2013 Bread for the World - Positions 50% 2013 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 43% 2013 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy 67% 2013 Peace Action West - Positions (Nov. 20, 2013) 3% 2012 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 90% 2012 Arab American Institute - Positions on Arab-American Issues 0% 2012 Armenian National Committee of America - Positions 54% 2012 Bread for the World - Positions 25% 2012 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score 50% 2012 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 7% 2012 National Journal - House Liberal (Foreign) 48% 2012 Peace Action - Positions 4% 2011-2012 ACT! for America - Positions 100% 2011-2012 PeacePAC - Positions (PeacePAC is sister organization of Council for a Livable World rating House Only) 8% 2011-2012 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights 31% 2011-2012 USA Engage - Positions 75% 2011 Arab American Institute - Positions on Arab-American Issues 0% 2011 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score 36% 2011 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 17% 2011 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 43% 2011 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 54% 2011 Peace Action West - Positions 8% 2010 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 100% 2010 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score C- 2010 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 61% 2010 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 38% 2010 Peace Action - Positions 25% 2010 Peace Action West - Positions 25% 2009-2010 ACT! for America - Positions 90% 2009-2010 Council for a Livable World - Positions 16% 2009-2010 PeacePAC - Positions (PeacePAC is sister organization of Council for a Livable World rating House Only) 16% 2009-2010 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -11% 2009-2010 USA Engage - Positions 60% 2009-2010 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 0% 2009 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 100% 2009 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 25% 2009 Latin America Working Group - Positions 0% 2009 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 63% 2009 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 37% 2009 NewPolicy.org - Positions on International Middle East Policy Advocacy 0% 2009 Peace Action West - Positions 0% 2009 Resolve Uganda - Lifetime Score 0% 2009 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -4% 2008 Armenian National Committee of America - Positions on Armenian American Issues B- 2008 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score D+ 2008 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 0% 2008 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 39% 2008 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 60% 2008 Peace Action West - Positions 0% 2008 Resolve Uganda - Lifetime Score F 2007-2009 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score C- 2007-2008 ACT! for America - Positions 100% 2007-2008 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 100% 2007-2008 Council for a Livable World - Positions 0% 2007-2008 National Foreign Trade Council - Positions 50% 2007-2008 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation - Positions 0% 2007-2008 Population Action International - Positions 100% 2007-2008 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -4 2007-2008 USA Engage - Positions on Trade and Engagement B 2007-2008 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions -2 2007 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score D 2007 Council for a Livable World - Positions 21% 2007 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 20% 2007 Latin America Working Group - Positions 10% 2007 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 0% 2007 Peace Action West - Positions 9% 2007 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -2 2007 United To End Genocide - Positions on Darfur B 2007 Voices for Creative Nonviolence - Iraq-Afghanistan Supplemental Spending Score 17% 2006-2012 Global Exchange - Percent Loyalty to Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Lobby 100% 2006 Church World Service - Positions 33 2006 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score D+ 2006 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 17% 2006 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 73% 2006 Peace Action - Positions 7% 2006 Peace Action West - Positions 7% 2006 United To End Genocide - Positions on Darfur C 2006 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 13% 2005-2006 ACT! for America - Positions 94% 2005-2006 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 13% 2005-2006 National Foreign Trade Council - Positions 50% 2005-2006 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation - Positions 8% 2005-2006 Population Action International - Positions on Reproductive Health 0% 2005-2006 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -10 2005 Church World Service - Positions 25 2005 Citizens for Global Solutions - Global Issues Score C 2005 Council on American-Islamic Relations - Positions 0% 2005 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 23% 2005 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 73% 2005 Peace Action - Positions 25% 2005 PeacePAC - Positions 15% 2004 Center for International Policy - Positions 0% 2004 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 0% 2004 Latin America Working Group - Positions 0% 2004 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 8% 2004 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 92% 2004 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation - Positions 33% 2004 Peace Action - Positions 0% 2003-2004 ACT! for America - Positions 100% 2003-2004 American Muslims for Jerusalem - Positions on International Middle East Policy Advocacy -3 2003-2004 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 100% 2003-2004 Bread for the World - Positions 75% 2003-2004 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 20% 2003-2004 National Foreign Trade Council - Positions 50% 2003-2004 PeacePAC - Positions 18% 2003-2004 Population Action International - Positions 50% 2003-2004 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -4 2003-2004 USA Engage - Positions 60% 2003-2004 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 25% 2003 Bread for the World - Positions 100% 2003 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 22% 2003 Latin America Working Group - Positions 0% 2003 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 65% 2003 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 31% 2003 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation - Positions 0% 2003 Peace Action - Positions 22% 2003 Population Action International - Positions 50% 2003 United States Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - Positions on International Middle East Human Rights -2 2002-2003 Citizens for Global Solutions - Positions 36% 2002 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 75% 2002 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 78% 2002 Peace Action - Positions 0% 2001-2002 American Foreign Service Association - Positions 75% 2001-2002 American Muslims for Jerusalem - Positions on International Middle East Policy Advocacy -2 2001-2002 Bread for the World - Positions 100% 2001-2002 Council for a Livable World - Positions 0% 2001-2002 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 0% 2001-2002 USA Engage - Positions 40% 2001 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 7% 2001 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 74% 2001 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 21% 2001 Peace Action - Positions 0% 2001 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) - Positions 33% 2000 Bread for the World - Positions 50% 2000 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 0% 2000 National Foreign Trade Council - Positions 17% 2000 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 57% 2000 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 39% 2000 Peace Action - Positions 0% 1999-2000 PeacePAC - Positions 14% 1999 Bread for the World - Positions 100% 1999 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 50% 1999 National Foreign Trade Council - Positions 17% 1999 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 47% 1999 Peace Action - Positions 9% 1998-2002 Center for Security Policy - Positions 92% 1998 Bread for the World - Positions 100% 1998 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 25% 1998 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 48% 1998 National Journal - Liberal on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 49% 1998 Peace Action - Positions 25% 1997-1998 PeacePAC - Positions 38% 1997 Bread for the World - Positions 50% 1997 Center for Security Policy - Positions 75% 1997 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Positions 27% 1997 Peace Action - Positions 8% 1996 Bread for the World - Positions on Addressing World Hunger 17% 1996 Center for Security Policy - Positions 92% 1996 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign\Defense Policy 37% 1996 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 62% 1996 Peace Action - Positions 20% 1996 PeacePAC - Positions 10% 1995-1996 Friends Committee on National Legislation - Peace and Justice Score 31% 1995 Peace Action - Positions 0% 1993-1994 American Security Council Foundation - Positions 100%

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