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Susan M. Collins's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Marriage, Family, and Children

Office: U.S. Senate (ME) - Sr, Republican

Marriage, Family, and Children

2014 FRC Action - Positions 33%
2014 Population Connection - Positions (Jan. 9, 2014) 100%
2013-2014 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 50%
2013-2014 Eagle Forum - Positions 20%
2013 Eagle Forum - Positions 16%
2013 Population Connection - Positions (Sept. 2013) 100%
2012 Eagle Forum - Positions 42%
2011-2012 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 60%
2011 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 60%
2011 Eagle Forum - Positions 40%
2011 Family Research Council - Positions 42%
2010 Eagle Forum - Positions 57%
2009-2010 American Family Association - Positions 32%
2009-2010 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 35%
2009-2010 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 60%
2009-2010 Family Research Council - Positions 29%
2009 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 28%
2009 Eagle Forum - Positions 46%
2009 Population Connection - Committee Votes Score 100%
2008 Eagle Forum - Positions 25%
2007-2008 American Family Association - Positions 33%
2007-2008 Campaign for Working Families - Positions on Conservative Issues 60
2007-2008 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 30%
2007-2008 Family Research Council - Positions 22%
2007-2008 Population Action International - Positions 100%
2007 American Academy of Family Physicians - Positions 100%
2007 Eagle Forum - Positions 35%
2007 Family Research Council - Positions 28
2007 League of Women Voters - Children's Health Issues Score 100%
2007 Population Connection - Positions on Population Stabilization 100%
2006 Eagle Forum - Positions 44%
2006 Family Research Council - Positions 37%
2006 Population Connection - Positions 63%
2005-2006 American Family Association - Positions 0%
2005-2006 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 56%
2005-2006 Population Action International - Positions on Reproductive Health 100%
2005 Eagle Forum - Positions 50%
2005 Population Connection - Positions 67%
2004 American Family Association - Positions 0%
2004 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 66%
2004 Eagle Forum - Positions 80%
2004 Family Research Council - Positions 17%
2003-2004 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 68%
2003-2004 National Parent Teacher Association - Positions 20%
2003-2004 Population Action International - Positions 67%
2003-2004 Population Connection - Positions 86%
2003 American Family Association - Positions 33%
2003 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 78%
2003 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 66%
2003 Eagle Forum - Positions 60%
2003 Family Research Council - Positions 29%
2003 Population Action International - Positions 50%
2003 Population Connection - Positions 86%
2002 American Family Voices - Positions 40%
2002 Eagle Forum - Positions 42%
2002 Population Connection - Positions 40%
2001-2002 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 67%
2001-2002 Family Research Council - Positions 33%
2001-2002 National Parent Teacher Association - Positions 70%
2001 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 60%
2001 Population Connection - Positions 25%
2000 Family Research Council - Positions 50%
2000 Population Connection - Positions 88%
1999-2000 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 31%
1999-2000 Home School Legal Defense Association - Positions 80%
1999 Population Connection - Positions 80%
1997-1998 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 36%
1997-1998 Home School Legal Defense Association - Positions 60%
1997-1998 Population Connection - Positions 83%
1997 Christian Coalition of America - Positions 14%
1997 Population Connection - Positions 75%

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