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Jim Cooper

Jim Cooper's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Women

Full Name: Jim Cooper
Current Office: U.S. House - District 5, Democratic
First Elected: 11/05/2002
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 5
Primary Aug. 7, 2014
Chris Carter
(Running)
Republican
Paul Deakin
(Running)
Independent
Ronnie Holden
(Running)
Republican
Bob Ries
(Running)
Republican
Big John Smith IV
(Running)
Republican

Women

2013 Concerned Women for America - Positions 0%
2013 Federally Employed Women - Positions 60%
2013 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 100%
2012 Federally Employed Women - Positions 80%
2012 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 50%
2011-2012 American Association of University Women - Positions 80
2011-2012 Concerned Women for America - Positions 20%
2011 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists - Positions (House Only) 100%
2011 Concerned Women for America - Positions 18%
2011 Federally Employed Women - Positions 100%
2011 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 100%
2011 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions (House Only) 46
2010 Federally Employed Women - Positions 40%
2010 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 100%
2009-2010 American Association of University Women - Positions 73%
2009-2010 Concerned Women for America - Positions 22%
2009 American Association of University Women - Positions 67%
2009 Federally Employed Women - Positions 80%
2009 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 50%
2009 Women Employed - Positions 50%
2007-2008 American Association of University Women - Positions 90%
2007-2008 Concerned Women for America - Positions 27%
2007-2008 Federally Employed Women - Equality in Government Score 50
2007-2008 National Organization for Women - Positions 100%
2007 American Association of University Women - Positions 100
2007 Federally Employed Women - Positions 70%
2007 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 100%
2006 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 35%
2006 United States Women's Chamber of Commerce - Positions 89%
2006 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions 100%
2005-2006 American Association of University Women - Positions 90%
2005-2006 Business and Professional Women USA - Positions 0%
2005-2006 Concerned Women for America - Positions 46%
2005-2006 Federally Employed Women - Positions 60%
2005-2006 National Organization for Women - Positions 73%
2005 American Association of University Women - Positions 100%
2005 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 60%
2005 National Organization for Women - Positions 86%
2004 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 100%
2004 United States Women's Chamber of Commerce - Positions 50%
2003-2004 American Association of University Women - Positions 100%
2003-2004 Business and Professional Women USA - Positions 62%
2003-2004 Concerned Women for America - Positions 36%
2003-2004 Federally Employed Women - Positions 60%
2003-2004 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions 72%
2003 American Association of University Women - Positions 100%
2003 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists - Positions 0%
2003 Business and Professional Women USA - Positions 43%
2003 Concerned Women for America - Positions 38%
2003 NARAL Pro-Choice America - Positions 30%

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