Hillary Rodham Clinton's Special Interest Group Ratings

Biographical

Full Name: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Gender: Female
Family: Husband: William; 1 Child: Chelsea
Birth Date: 10/26/1947
Birth Place: Chicago, IL
Home City: Chappaqua, NY
Religion: Methodist
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2009-2010 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2009 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2008-2011 Global Exchange - Percent Loyalty to Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Lobby 100% 2008 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2008 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 67% 2008 United States Chamber of Commerce - Lifetime Score 46% 2007-2008 American Association of University Women - Positions 60% 2007-2008 American Council of Engineering Companies - Positions 38% 2007-2008 American Forest and Paper Association - Forest Products Advocacy Score 100% 2007-2008 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 25% 2007-2008 Associated General Contractors of America - Positions 60% 2007-2008 International Foodservice Distributors Association - Positions 14% 2007-2008 National Association for College Admission Counseling - Positions 100% 2007-2008 National Education Association - Positions on Public Education Teaching Profession Issues A 2007-2008 National Education Association - Positions on Public Education Teaching Profession Issues A 2007-2008 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 50 2007-2008 National Restaurant Association - Positions on Restaurant Advocacy 42 2007-2008 National Small Business Association - Positions 0% 2007-2008 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association - Positions 75% 2007-2008 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 100% 2007 American Association of University Women - Positions 66 2007 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 7% 2007 National Association for College Admission Counseling - Positions 100% 2007 National Education Association - Positions on Public Education Teaching Profession Issues A 2007 National Education Association - Positions on Public Education Teaching Profession Issues A 2007 Population Connection - Positions on Population Stabilization 100% 2007 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 91% 2007 The National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association - Positions 33% 2007 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 25% 2006 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 27% 2006 National Association for College Admission Counseling - Positions 100% 2006 National Association of Government Contractors - Positions 100% 2006 National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors - Positions 100% 2006 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association - Positions 71% 2006 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2006 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 94% 2006 State PIRGs Working Together - Positions 91% 2006 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 67% 2006 United States Public Interest Research Group - Positions 91% 2005-2006 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2005-2006 American Forest and Paper Association - Positions 42% 2005-2006 Associated General Contractors of America - Positions 50% 2005-2006 International Warehouse Logistics Association - Positions 33% 2005-2006 National Association of Manufacturers - Positions 16% 2005-2006 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2005-2006 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2005-2006 National Electrical Contractors Association - Positions 33% 2005-2006 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 12% 2005-2006 National Restaurant Association - Positions 25% 2005-2006 National Retail Federation - Positions 0% 2005-2006 National Small Business Association - Positions 37% 2005-2006 Partnership for America - Positions 10% 2005-2006 Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association - Positions 20% 2005-2006 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions on Population Stabilization 92% 2005 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2005 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 11% 2005 International Sleep Products Association - Positions 0% 2005 Maryland Business for Responsive Government - Positions 19% 2005 National Association for College Admission Counseling - Positions 83% 2005 National Association of Elementary School Principals - Positions 0% 2005 National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors - Positions 0% 2005 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 20% 2005 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2005 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2005 Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council - Positions 9% 2005 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 35% 2004 American Shareholders Association - Positions 10% 2004 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association - Positions 58% 2004 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2004 Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council - Positions 21% 2004 State PIRGs Working Together - Positions 95% 2004 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 50% 2004 United States Public Interest Research Group - Positions 95% 2003-2004 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2003-2004 American Forest and Paper Association - Positions 41% 2003-2004 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 30% 2003-2004 Associated General Contractors of America - Positions 57% 2003-2004 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 13% 2003-2004 National Association for the Self-Employed - Positions 0% 2003-2004 National Association of Manufacturers - Positions 32% 2003-2004 National Education Association - Positions 85% 2003-2004 National Education Association - Positions 85% 2003-2004 National Electrical Contractors Association - Positions 42% 2003-2004 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 0% 2003-2004 National Parent Teacher Association - Positions 93% 2003-2004 National Restaurant Association - Positions 29% 2003-2004 National Retail Federation - Positions 38% 2003-2004 National School Boards Association - Positions 67% 2003-2004 National Small Business Association - Positions 0% 2003-2004 Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association - Positions 33% 2003-2004 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2003-2004 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions 76% 2003 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2003 American Shareholders Association - Positions 9% 2003 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 17% 2003 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 13% 2003 Maryland Business for Responsive Government - Positions 17% 2003 National Association of Government Contractors - Positions 0% 2003 National Education Association - Positions 82% 2003 National Education Association - Positions 82% 2003 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 0% 2003 National Retail Federation - Positions 38% 2003 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2003 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions 91% 2003 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2003 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 35% 2003 United States Public Interest Research Group - Positions 81% 2002 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2002 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2002 National School Boards Association - Positions 100% 2002 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association - Positions 36% 2002 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2002 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2002 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 45% 2002 United States Public Interest Research Group - Positions 85% 2001-2002 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2001-2002 Associated Builders & Contractors - Positions 11% 2001-2002 Associated General Contractors of America - Positions 16% 2001-2002 Business-Industry Political Action Committee - Positions 5% 2001-2002 National Association for the Self-Employed - Positions 0% 2001-2002 National Association of Manufacturers - Positions 6% 2001-2002 National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare - Positions 100% 2001-2002 National Electrical Contractors Association - Positions 42% 2001-2002 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 25% 2001-2002 National Parent Teacher Association - Positions 90% 2001-2002 Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association - Positions 0% 2001-2002 Public Citizen's Congress Watch - Positions 96% 2001-2002 Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council - Positions 7% 2001 American Association of University Women - Positions 100% 2001 American Shareholders Association - Positions 0% 2001 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2001 National Education Association - Positions 100% 2001 National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 17% 2001 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association - Positions 40% 2001 Population Connection - Positions 100% 2001 Service Employees International Union (SEIU) - Positions 100% 2001 Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council - Positions 0% 2001 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 100% 2001 United States Chamber of Commerce - Positions 43% 1999-2006 National Ready Mixed Concrete Association - Positions 57% 1999-2004 National Ready Mixed Concrete Association - Positions 20%

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