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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

1999-2000 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
OH U.S. Senate Jr Rob Portman Republican 33%
George Radanovich 33%
James Ramstad 33%
Ralph Regula 33%
Thomas Reynolds 33%
James Rogan 33%
KY U.S. House 5 Hal Rogers Republican 33%
CA U.S. House 48 Dana Rohrabacher Republican 33%
Marge Roukema 33%
WI U.S. House 1 Paul Ryan Republican 33%
Jim Ryun 33%
SC U.S. House 1 Mark Sanford, Jr. Republican 33%
Jim Saxton 33%
WI U.S. House 5 Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr. Republican 33%
TX U.S. House 32 Pete Sessions Republican 33%
John Shadegg 33%
E. Clay Shaw, Jr. 33%
Christopher Shays 33%
Donald Sherwood 33%
IL U.S. House 15 John Shimkus Republican 33%
E.G. Shuster 33%
Joseph Skeen 33%
Mark Souder 33%
Floyd Spence, Sr. 33%
Cliff Stearns 33%
Bob Stump 33%
John Sununu 33%
James Talent 33%
Tom Tancredo 33%
William Tauzin II 33%
Lee Terry 33%
TX U.S. House 13 Mac Thornberry Republican 33%
SD U.S. Senate Sr John Thune Republican 33%
Todd Tiahrt 33%
PA U.S. Senate Jr Pat Toomey Republican 33%
MI U.S. House 6 Fred Upton Republican 33%
OR U.S. House 2 Greg Walden Republican 33%
Zach Wamp 33%
Wesley Watkins 33%
David Weldon 33%
Gerald Weller 33%
Ed Whitfield 33%
MS U.S. Senate Jr Roger Wicker Republican 33%
Heather Wilson 33%
Frank Wolf 33%
AK U.S. House At-Large Donald Young Republican 33%
Edmond Spencer Abraham 31%
Conrad Burns 31%
OH Attorney General Mike DeWine Republican 31%
James Merrill Jeffords 31%
Philip Crane 30%
Tillie Fowler 30%
AR Governor Asa Hutchinson Republican 30%
Jack Metcalf 30%
Richard Armey 27%
Douglas Bereuter 27%
Steve Buyer 27%
CA U.S. House 42 Ken Calvert Republican 27%
Dave Camp 27%
FL Justice of the Supreme Court Charles Canady 27%
GA Governor Nathan Deal Republican 27%
Jay Dickey 27%
Robert Franks 27%
Paul Gillmor 27%
Doc Hastings 27%
Dick Lugar 27%
AZ U.S. Senate Sr John McCain III Republican 27%
CO Commissioner 2 Scott McInnis 27%
John Mica 27%
Deborah Pryce 27%
Bob Riley 27%
FL U.S. House 27 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican 27%
CA U.S. House 39 Ed Royce Republican 27%
Matt Salmon 27%
NJ U.S. House 4 Chris Smith Republican 27%
John Sweeney 27%
James Walsh 27%
W. Curtis Weldon 27%
Ben Campbell 25%
John Doolittle 25%
James Hansen 25%
Y. Tim Hutchinson 25%
KS U.S. Senate Jr Jerry Moran Republican 25%
William Roth, Jr. 25%
Wayne Allard 23%
John Ashcroft 23%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 23%
Bob Bennett 23%
Sam Brownback 23%
Jim Bunning 23%
MS U.S. Senate Sr Thad Cochran Republican 23%
ME U.S. Senate Sr Susan Collins Republican 23%
Larry Craig 23%
ID U.S. Senate Sr Mike Crapo Republican 23%
WY U.S. Senate Sr Mike Enzi Republican 23%
William Frist 23%
Slade Gorton 23%
William Phillip Gramm 23%
Rodney Grams 23%
IA U.S. Senate Sr Chuck Grassley Republican 23%
Judd Gregg 23%
Charles Hagel 23%
Jesse Helms 23%
OK U.S. Senate Sr Jim Inhofe Republican 23%
Jon Kyl 23%
Trent Lott, Sr. 23%
Connie Mack 23%
KY U.S. Senate Sr Mitch McConnell Republican 23%
Frank Murkowski 23%
Don Nickles 23%
KS U.S. Senate Sr Pat Roberts Republican 23%
Rick Santorum 23%
Gordon Smith 23%
Bob Smith 23%
Olympia Snowe 23%
Ted Stevens 23%
Craig Thomas 23%
Fred Thompson 23%
Strom Thurmond 23%
George Voinovich 23%
John Warner 23%
John Linder 20%
Charles Norwood, Jr. 20%
Charles Taylor 20%
Chris Cannon 18%
TX U.S. House 3 Sam Johnson Republican 18%
Kit Bond 17%
Pete Domenici, Jr. 17%
J. Dennis Hastert 17%
UT U.S. Senate Sr Orrin Hatch Republican 17%
NA U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions III Republican 17%
AL U.S. Senate Sr Richard Shelby Republican 17%
Joe Scarborough 11%
David McIntosh 10%

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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