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William Brady, Jr.'s Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State Senate (IL) - District 44, Republican Assistant Minority Leader
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State Senate - District 44

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2015 Citizen Action Illinois - Lifetime Scores 29%
2015 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 11%
2014 Citizen Action Illinois - Lifetime Score 30%
2014 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 10%
2013-2014 Illinois Churches in Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems- ILLCAAAP - Positions 0%
2013 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 6%
2013 National Association of Social Workers - Illinois Chapter - Positions 50%
2012 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 30
2012 Citizen Action Illinois - Cumulative Score 37%
2011 Citizen Action Illinois - Cumulative Score 38%
2011 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 56%
2011 For the Good of Illinois - Positions 55%
2011 National Association of Social Workers - Illinois Chapter - Positions 63%
2010-2011 For the Good of Illinois - Positions 38%
2010 Citizen Action Illinois - Cumulative Score 38%
2009-2014 Illinois Churches in Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems- ILLCAAAP - Positions 33%
2009-2010 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 47%
2008 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 50
2007 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions on Progressive Policy 43.8
2003 Citizen Action Illinois - Positions 50%
2002 Illinois Churches in Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems- ILLCAAAP - Positions 0%
2002 Illinois Family Institute - Positions 100%
1999-2004 Illinois Churches in Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems- ILLCAAAP - Positions 33%
1998 Illinois Family Institute - Positions 100%
1997-1998 National Association of Social Workers - Illinois Chapter - Positions 60%
1997 Illinois Churches in Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems- ILLCAAAP - Positions 67%

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