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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

2001 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
SC U.S. House 6 Jim Clyburn Democratic 75%
Robert Cramer 75%
James Davis 75%
Chet Edwards 75%
NY U.S. House 16 Eliot Engel Democratic 75%
Harold Ford, Jr. 75%
Wayne Gilchrest 75%
Benjamin Gilman 75%
Bart Gordon 75%
TX U.S. House 29 Gene Green Democratic 75%
James Greenwood 75%
FL U.S. House 20 Alcee Hastings, Sr. Democratic 75%
Baron Hill 75%
Darlene Hooley 75%
Stephen Horn 75%
Amory Houghton, Jr. 75%
NY U.S. House 3 Steve Israel Democratic 75%
William Jefferson 75%
Nancy Johnson 75%
WA U.S. House 2 Rick Larsen Democratic 75%
UT U.S. House 4 Jim Matheson Democratic 75%
NY U.S. House 4 Carolyn McCarthy Democratic 75%
Michael McNulty 75%
NY U.S. House 5 Gregory Meeks Democratic 75%
Patsy Takemoto Mink 75%
NY U.S. House 10 Jerry Nadler Democratic 75%
Doug Ose 75%
NJ U.S. House 9 Bill Pascrell, Jr. Democratic 75%
Earl Pomeroy 75%
Deborah Pryce 75%
James Ramstad 75%
Silvestre Reyes 75%
Mike Ross 75%
Marge Roukema 75%
VT U.S. Senate Jr Bernie Sanders Independent 75%
Christopher Shays 75%
CA U.S. House 30 Brad Sherman Democratic 75%
Robert Ruhl Simmons 75%
John Spratt, Jr. 75%
Pete Stark 75%
Ted Strickland 75%
John Tanner 75%
MS U.S. House 2 Bennie Thompson Democratic 75%
Ed Towns 75%
Stephanie Tubbs Jones 75%
James Turner 75%
NY U.S. House 7 Nydia Velázquez Democratic 75%
David Wu 75%
Albert Wynn 75%
James Barcia 50%
Marion Berry 50%
NA Vice President Joe Biden, Jr. Democratic 50%
Robert Borski, Jr. 50%
WV U.S. House 2 Shelley Capito Republican 50%
ME U.S. Senate Sr Susan Collins Republican 50%
Thomas Davis III 50%
PA U.S. House 14 Mike Doyle, Jr. Democratic 50%
Jennifer Dunn 50%
Mark Foley 50%
NJ U.S. House 11 Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican 50%
TX U.S. House 12 Kay Granger Republican 50%
Tony Hall 50%
Thomas Holden 50%
GA U.S. Senate Jr Johnny Isakson Republican 50%
James Merrill Jeffords 50%
Christopher John 50%
Paul Kanjorski 50%
Sue Kelly 50%
Dale Kildee 50%
IL U.S. Senate Jr Mark Kirk Republican 50%
James Kolbe 50%
Dennis Kucinich 50%
John LaFalce 50%
RI U.S. House 2 Jim Langevin Democratic 50%
Frank Mascara 50%
Dan Miller 50%
Alan Mollohan 50%
Jack Murtha 50%
Ben Nelson 50%
Jim Oberstar 50%
Solomon Ortiz, Sr. 50%
WV U.S. House 3 Nick Rahall II Democratic 50%
Timothy Roemer 50%
Ike Skelton 50%
Gordon Smith 50%
Olympia Snowe 50%
Arlen Specter 50%
Charles Stenholm 50%
Bart Stupak 50%
John Sweeney 50%
William Thomas 50%
MI U.S. House 6 Fred Upton Republican 50%
OR U.S. House 2 Greg Walden Republican 50%
John Warner 50%
PA U.S. House 9 Bill Shuster Republican 33%
AL U.S. House 6 Spencer Bachus Republican 25%
Richard Hugh Baker 25%
Cass Ballenger 25%
Michael Bilirakis 25%
OH U.S. House 8 John Boehner Republican 25%
Henry Bonilla 25%
Mary Bono Mack 25%
NC U.S. Senate Sr Richard Burr Republican 25%
Steve Buyer 25%
Herbert Callahan 25%
CA U.S. House 42 Ken Calvert Republican 25%
MI U.S. House 4 Dave Camp Republican 25%
GA U.S. Senate Sr Saxby Chambliss Republican 25%
NC U.S. House 6 Howard Coble Republican 25%
Michael Collins 25%
John Cooksey 25%
Jerry Costello 25%
Christopher Cox 25%
Philip Crane 25%
Randall Cunningham 25%
GA Governor Nathan Deal Republican 25%
Lincoln Diaz-Balart 25%
David Dreier 25%
Vern Ehlers 25%
Jo Ann Emerson 25%
Philip English 25%
Elton Gallegly 25%
John Ganske 25%
George Gekas 25%
Jim Gibbons 25%
Porter Goss 25%
MO U.S. House 6 Sam Graves Republican 25%
TX U.S. House 4 Ralph Hall Republican 25%
WA U.S. House 4 Doc Hastings Republican 25%
Wally Herger, Jr. 25%
David Lee Hobson 25%
Pete Hoekstra 25%
Kenny Hulshof 25%
CA U.S. House 49 Darrell Issa Republican 25%
Tim Johnson 25%
Mark Kennedy 25%
NY U.S. House 2 Pete King Republican 25%
Joseph Knollenberg 25%
IA U.S. House 3 Tom Latham Republican 25%
Steve LaTourette 25%
Jerry Lewis 25%
NJ U.S. House 2 Frank LoBiondo Republican 25%
OK U.S. House 3 Frank Lucas Republican 25%
James McCrery III 25%
Scott McInnis 25%
NC U.S. House 7 Mike McIntyre Democratic 25%
George Nethercutt, Jr. 25%
Robert William Ney 25%
Anne Northup 25%
Charles Norwood, Jr. 25%
James Nussle 25%
Thomas William Osborne 25%
ID Governor Butch Otter Republican 25%
Michael Oxley 25%
Ron Paul 25%
MN U.S. House 7 Collin Peterson Democratic/Farmer/Labor 25%
David Phelps 25%
Todd Platts 25%
OH U.S. Senate Jr Rob Portman Republican 25%
FL Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Adam Putnam Republican 25%
Jack Quinn 25%
Ralph Regula 25%
Denny Rehberg 25%
Thomas Reynolds 25%
KY U.S. House 5 Hal Rogers Republican 25%
MI U.S. House 8 Mike Rogers Republican 25%
FL U.S. House 27 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican 25%
Jim Saxton 25%
E. Clay Shaw, Jr. 25%
Donald Sherwood 25%
Ronnie Shows 25%
ID U.S. House 2 Mike Simpson Republican 25%
Joseph Skeen 25%
NJ U.S. House 4 Chris Smith Republican 25%
Nick Smith 25%
John Sununu 25%
William Tauzin 25%
Gene Taylor 25%
TX U.S. House 13 Mac Thornberry Republican 25%
SD U.S. Senate Jr John Thune Republican 25%
PA U.S. Senate Jr Pat Toomey Republican 25%
James Traficant, Jr. 25%
James Walsh 25%
W. Curtis Weldon 25%
Gerald Weller 25%
Heather Wilson 25%
Bill Young 25%
AK U.S. House At-Large Don Young Republican 25%
AL U.S. House 4 Robert Aderholt Republican 0%
Todd Akin 0%
Wayne Allard 0%
George Allen 0%
Richard Armey 0%
Bob Barr, Jr. 0%
Roscoe Bartlett 0%
TX U.S. House 6 Joe Barton Republican 0%
Bob Bennett 0%
Douglas Bereuter 0%
MO U.S. Senate Jr Roy Blunt Republican 0%
Kit Bond 0%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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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