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Frank Guinta's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: U.S. House (NH) - District 1, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 1
Richard Ashooh
(Running)
Republican
Michael Callis
(Running)
Republican
Jamieson Gradert
(Running)
Republican
Robert Risley
(Running)
Republican
Carol Shea-Porter
(Running)
Democratic

Conservative

2015 Americans for Prosperity - Positions 82%
2015 Americans for Prosperity - Lifetime Score 84%
2015 The John Birch Society - Positions 70
2012 American Conservative Union - Ratings of Congress 88%
2012 American Conservative Union - Lifetime Score 86%
2012 Eagle Forum - Positions 100%
2012 National Journal - House Conservative (Composite Score) 76%
2012 National Journal - House Conservative (Foreign) 73%
2012 The Club for Growth - Positions 73%
2012 The John Birch Society - Positions 73%
2011-2012 Americans for Prosperity - Positions 86%
2011-2012 Americans for Prosperity - Lifetime score 86%
2011-2012 Campaign for Working Families - Positions 100%
2011-2012 Concerned Women for America - Positions 100%
2011-2012 Heritage Action for America - Positions 68%
2011-2012 Irregular Times/Progressive Patriots/That's My Congress - Conservative Action Score 74%
2011 American Conservative Union - Lifetime Score 84%
2011 American Conservative Union - Positions 84%
2011 Concerned Women for America - Positions 100%
2011 Eagle Forum - Positions 61%
2011 Heritage Action for America - Positions (House Only) 76%
2011 National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy Score 0%
2011 National Journal - Conservative Composite Score 87%
2011 National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy Score 91%
2011 The John Birch Society - Positions (Spring-Summer) 90%
2011 The John Birch Society - Positions (Summer-Fall) 85%
2011 The New American - Positions on Conservative Issues 85%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

Project Vote Smart displays all known interest group ratings for each candidate and official, regardless of issue or bias.

Keep in mind that ratings done by special interest groups often do not represent a non-partisan stance. In addition, some groups select votes that tend to favor members of one political party over another, rather than choosing votes based solely on issues concerns. Nevertheless, they can be invaluable in showing where an incumbent has stood on a series of votes in the past one or two years, especially when ratings by groups on all sides of an issue are compared. Website links, if available, and descriptions of the organizations offering performance evaluations are accessible by clicking on the name of the group.

Most performance evaluations are displayed in a percentage format. However, some organizations present their ratings in the form of a letter grade or endorsement based on voting records, interviews, survey results and/or sources of campaign funding. For consistency and ease in understanding, Project Vote Smart converts all scores into a percentage when possible. Please visit the group's website or call 1-888-VOTESMART for more specific information.

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