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Adam Smith's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Defense

Office: U.S. House (WA) - District 9, Democratic

Defense

2014 Peace Action West - Positions (June 3, 2014) 50%
2013-2014 Center for Security Policy - Positions 11%
2013-2014 Council for a Livable World - Positions (House) 70%
2013 Peace Action West - Positions (Nov. 20, 2013) 50%
2011-2012 Center for Security Policy - Positions 32%
2011-2012 PeacePAC - Positions (PeacePAC is sister organization of Council for a Livable World rating House Only) 83%
2009-2010 Center for Security Policy - Positions 25%
2009-2010 Council for a Livable World - Positions 50%
2009-2010 PeacePAC - Positions (PeacePAC is sister organization of Council for a Livable World rating House Only) 50%
2007-2008 Center for Security Policy - Positions 29%
2007-2008 Council for a Livable World - Positions 62%
2007 Council for a Livable World - Positions 78%
2007 Voices for Creative Nonviolence - Iraq-Afghanistan Supplemental Spending Score 83%
2006 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions 100%
2005-2006 Center for Security Policy - Positions 37%
2005 PeacePAC - Positions 92%
2003-2004 PeacePAC - Positions 91%
2003-2004 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions 88%
2002-2006 Voices for Creative Nonviolence - Iraq War Resolution and Funding 80%
2001-2010 Keep America Safe - Positions 33%
2001-2002 Council for a Livable World - Positions 56%
2001-2002 Women's Action for New Directions (WAND) and-WILL - Positions 76%
1999-2000 PeacePAC - Positions 14%
1999 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 42%
1998-2002 Center for Security Policy - Positions 48%
1998 National Journal - Conservative on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 5%
1998 National Journal - Liberal on Defense/Foreign Policy Score 90%
1997-1998 PeacePAC - Positions 75%
1997 Center for Security Policy - Positions 30%

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