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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Concord Coalition

1995 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
Solomon Ortiz, Sr. 36%
Earl Pomeroy 36%
Jay Rockefeller IV 36%
VT U.S. Senate Jr Bernie Sanders Independent 36%
Jim Saxton 36%
VA U.S. House 3 Bobby Scott Democratic 36%
Mark Souder 36%
Bart Stupak 36%
Esteban Edward Torres 36%
Michael Ward 36%
Mel Watt 36%
Paul Wellstone 36%
OR U.S. Senate Sr Ron Wyden Democratic 36%
Albert Wynn 36%
Dale Bumpers 35%
OH U.S. House 9 Marcy Kaptur Democratic 35%
Charlie Rangel 35%
IL U.S. House 1 Bobby Rush Democratic 35%
Harold Ford, Sr. 33%
Harry Johnston 33%
Jim McDermott 33%
ME Councilor At-Large Joseph Baldacci Democratic 32%
Max Baucus 32%
Tom Bevill 32%
GA U.S. House 2 Sanford Bishop, Jr. Democratic 32%
Sherwood Boehlert 32%
SC U.S. House 6 Jim Clyburn Democratic 32%
William Coyne 32%
Thomas Daschle 32%
Ronald Dellums 32%
IL U.S. Senate Sr Dick Durbin Democratic 32%
Chaka Fattah, Sr. 32%
Victor Fazio 32%
Floyd Flake 32%
Barney Frank 32%
Bart Gordon 32%
IL U.S. House 4 Luis Gutiérrez Democratic 32%
Willie Hefner 32%
TX U.S. House 18 Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic 32%
Paul Kanjorski 32%
Barbara Bailey Kennelly 32%
Ronald Klink 32%
Joe Lieberman 32%
NY U.S. House 17 Nita Lowey Democratic 32%
MA U.S. Senate Jr Ed Markey Democratic 32%
NJ U.S. Senate Sr Bob Menendez Democratic 32%
George Miller 32%
Patsy Takemoto Mink 32%
Jack Murtha 32%
NY U.S. House 10 Jerry Nadler Democratic 32%
Major Owens 32%
Donald Payne 32%
Harry Reid 32%
Lynn Nancy Rivers 32%
Paul Sarbanes 32%
NY U.S. Senate Sr Chuck Schumer Democratic 32%
Ike Skelton 32%
NJ U.S. House 4 Chris Smith Republican 32%
NY U.S. House 7 Nydia Velázquez Democratic 32%
Lynn Woolsey 32%
NY U.S. House 15 José Serrano Democratic 30%
Howard Berman 29%
Bob Filner 29%
Thomas Foglietta 29%
GA U.S. House 5 John Lewis Democratic 29%
NY U.S. House 12 Carolyn Maloney Democratic 29%
CA U.S. House 12 Nancy Pelosi Democratic 29%
Gerry Studds 29%
Henry Waxman 29%
Daniel Inouye 28%
Neil Abercrombie 27%
William Clay, Sr. 27%
TX U.S. House 35 Lloyd Doggett II Democratic 27%
NY U.S. House 16 Eliot Engel Democratic 27%
Lane Evans 27%
Thomas Holden 27%
Tom Lantos 27%
MI U.S. House 9 Sandy Levin Democratic 27%
CA U.S. House 19 Zoe Lofgren Democratic 27%
Robert Matsui 27%
Carrie Meek 27%
MA U.S. House 1 Richard Neal Democratic 27%
Ed Pastor 27%
RI U.S. Senate Sr Jack Reed Democratic 27%
CA U.S. House 40 Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic 27%
Louis Stokes 27%
CA U.S. House 43 Maxine Waters Democratic 27%
Barbara-Rose Collins 26%
Earl Hilliard, Sr. 26%
Cynthia Ann McKinney 26%
Sidney Yates 26%
William Jefferson 25%
Robert Torricelli 25%
Ed Towns 25%
Charles Wilson 25%
CA Attorney General Xavier Becerra Democratic 24%
Julian Dixon 24%
Wendell Ford 24%
David Edward Bonior 23%
CT U.S. House 3 Rosa DeLauro Democratic 23%
Chet Edwards 23%
Sam Farr 23%
Jonas Frost III 23%
Sam Gejdenson 23%
TX U.S. House 29 Gene Green Democratic 23%
Maurice Hinchey 23%
Patrick Kennedy 23%
Owen Pickett 23%
Nick Rahall II 23%
Charles Rose III 23%
MS U.S. House 2 Bennie Thompson Democratic 23%
Karen Thurman 23%
Cleo Fields 22%
Richard Andrew Gephardt 20%
Pat Williams 19%
Robert Borski, Jr. 18%
Ronald Coleman 18%
Henry Gonzalez 18%
John Moakley 18%
Alan Mollohan 18%
Bob Wise, Jr. 18%
Rick Boucher 15%
Corrine Brown 14%
FL U.S. House 20 Alcee Hastings, Sr. Democratic 14%
TX U.S. House 30 Eddie Johnson Democratic 14%
Frank Tejeda 14%
James Traficant, Jr. 9%
Thomas Manton 5%

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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