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Candidate Notes on 05n-NCJA

 


05n-NCJA on Dec 31, 2005

OnTheIssues.org interprets the 2005 NCJA scores as follows: About the NCJA (from their website, www.ncja.org):

The National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) exists to promote the development of justice systems in states, tribal nations, and units of local government that enhance public safety; prevent and reduce the harmful effects of criminal and delinquent behavior on victims, individuals and communities; adjudicate defendants and sanction offenders fairly and justly; and that are effective and efficient.

Toward this end, the Association:

  • Represents state, tribal, and local criminal and juvenile justice system concerns to the federal government;
  • Provides support for the development of criminal and juvenile justice policy for the nation's governors and tribal leaders;
  • Supports the public and all levels of government in the achievement of public safety by the coordination of education, community and social service systems, in addition to law enforcement and criminal justice measures;
  • Serves as a catalyst for the careful consideration and promotion of effective and efficient criminal and juvenile justice policies and practices;
  • Advocates for the commitment of adequate resources to support all components of the criminal and juvenile justice systems; and
  • Coordinates between the different branches and levels of government and promotes broad philosophical agreement.
  • Participating counts on VoteMatch question 9.



    Democrats participating in 05n-NCJA

    Neil Abercrombie s1n61%Hawaii Democrat
    Gary Ackerman s1n66%New York Dem./Ind./Lib./Working-Fam.
    Daniel Akaka s2n75%HI Democrat Jr Senator
    Rodney Alexander s3n88%Louisiana Democrat
    Tom Allen s1n61%Maine Democrat
    Robert Andrews s2n83%NJ Former Democratic challenger; U.S. Rep.
    Joe Baca s2n83%California Democrat
    Brian Baird s1n72%Washington Democrat
    Tammy Baldwin s1n44%Wisconsin Democrat
    John Barrow s3n94%Georgia Democrat
    Max Baucus s1n66%MT Democrat Sr Senator
    Evan Bayh s2n75%IN Democratic Jr Senator
    Melissa Bean s3n88%Illinois Democrat
    Xavier Becerra s1n50%California Democrat
    Shelley Berkley s1n68%Nevada Democrat
    Howard Berman s1n70%California Democrat
    Marion Berry s2n77%Arkansas Democrat
    Joe Biden s2n75%DE Democrat Jr Senator
    Jeff Bingaman s2n75%NM Democrat Jr Senator
    Sanford Bishop s3n100%Georgia Democrat
    Timothy Bishop s1n72%New York Democrat
    Earl Blumenauer s1n57%Oregon Democrat
    Dan Boren s3n100%Oklahoma Democrat
    Leonard Boswell s3n91%Iowa Democrat
    Rick Boucher s2n77%Virginia Democrat
    Barbara Boxer s2n75%CA Democratic incumbent
    Allen Boyd s3n94%Florida Democrat
    Robert Brady s2n76%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Corrine Brown s2n76%Florida Democrat
    Sherrod Brown s2n75%OH Democratic challenger, U.S. Rep.
    G.K. Butterfield s2n83%North Carolina Democrat
    Robert Byrd s1n62%WV Democrat Sr Senator
    Maria Cantwell s3n87%WA Democrat Jr Senator
    Lois Capps s1n70%California Democrat
    Michael Capuano s1n55%Massachusetts Democrat
    Benjamin Cardin s2n83%Maryland Democrat
    Dennis Cardoza s3n88%California Democrat
    Russ Carnahan s3n88%Missouri Democrat
    Tom Carper s2n75%DE Democrat Jr Senator
    Ben Chandler s3n100%Kentucky Democrat
    William Lacy Clay s1n58%Missouri Democrat
    Emmanuel Cleaver s1n72%Missouri Democrat
    Hillary Clinton s2n75%NY Democrat Jr Senator
    James Clyburn s1n72%South Carolina Democrat
    Kent Conrad s1n71%ND Democrat Sr Senator
    John Conyers s1n44%Michigan Democrat
    Jim Cooper s2n83%Tennessee Democrat
    Jim Costa s3n94%California Democrat
    Jerry Costello s2n77%Illinois Democrat
    Bud Cramer s3n100%Alabama Democrat
    Joseph Crowley s1n70%New York Democrat
    Henry Cuellar s3n94%Texas Democrat
    Elijah Cummings s1n61%Maryland Democrat
    Artur Davis s3n88%Alabama Democrat
    Danny Davis s1n55%Illinois Democrat
    Lincoln Davis s3n100%Tennessee Democrat
    Susan Davis s1n72%California Democrat
    Peter Defazio s1n72%Oregon Democrat
    Diana DeGette s1n70%Colorado Democrat
    Bill Delahunt s1n60%Massachusetts Democrat
    Rosa DeLauro s1n66%Connecticut Democrat
    Norm Dicks s1n70%Washington Democrat
    John Dingell s1n72%Michigan Democrat
    Chris Dodd s1n71%CT Democratic incumbent
    Lloyd Doggett s1n64%Texas Democrat (Re-elected 2006)
    Byron Dorgan s2n75%ND Democratic incumbent
    Mike Doyle s2n77%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Richard Durbin s2n75%IL Democrat Sr Senator
    Chet Edwards s3n100%Texas Democrat (Until 2004)
    Rahm Emanuel s2n83%Illinois Democrat
    Eliot Engel s1n72%New York Democrat/Liberal
    Anna Eshoo s2n76%California Democrat
    Bob Etheridge s3n94%North Carolina Democrat
    Sam Farr s1n61%California Democrat
    Chaka Fattah s1n52%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Russell Feingold s2n75%POTUS Democrat
    Dianne Feinstein s2n75%CA Democrat Sr Senator
    Bob Filner s1n44%California Democrat
    Barney Frank s1n55%Massachusetts Democrat
    Bart Gordon s3n88%Tennessee Democrat
    Al Green s1n72%Texas Democrat
    Gene Green s3n88%Texas Democrat
    Raul Grijalva s1n50%Arizona Democrat
    Luis Gutierrez s1n46%Illinois Democrat
    Ralph Moody Hall s3n88%Texas Democrat
    Tom Harkin s1n71%IA Democrat Jr Senator
    Jane Harman s3n86%California Democrat
    Alcee Hastings s1n66%Florida Democrat
    Stephanie Herseth s3n88%South Dakota Democratic Challenger
    Brian Higgins s2n83%New York Democrat
    Maurice Hinchey s1n52%New York Dem./Ind./Lib./Working-Fam.
    Ruben Hinojosa s3n93%Texas Democrat
    Tim Holden s3n100%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Rush Holt s1n50%New Jersey Democrat
    Mike Honda s1n56%California Democrat
    Darlene Hooley s2n77%Oregon Democrat
    Steny Hoyer s2n77%Maryland Democrat
    Daniel Inouye s3n100%HI Democratic incumbent
    Jay Inslee s1n61%Washington Democrat
    Steve Israel s1n66%New York Democrat
    Jesse Louis Jackson s1n61%Illinois Democrat
    William Jefferson s1n72%Louisiana Democrat
    Eddie Bernice Johnson s1n66%Texas Democrat
    Tim Johnson s2n75%SD Democrat Sr Senator
    Stephanie Tubbs Jones s1n66%Ohio Democrat
    Paul Kanjorski s3n88%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Marcy Kaptur s1n72%Ohio Democrat
    Patrick Kennedy s1n70%Rhode Island Democrat
    Ted Kennedy s2n75%MA Democrat Sr Senator
    John Kerry s2n75%MA Democrat Jr Senator, ran for President 2004
    Dale Kildee s2n77%Michigan Democrat
    Carolyn Kilpatrick s1n64%Michigan Democrat
    Ron Kind s1n66%Wisconsin Democrat
    Herbert Kohl s2n75%WI Democrat Sr Senator
    Dennis Kucinich s1n50%Ohio Democrat
    Mary Landrieu s3n87%LA Democrat Sr Senator
    James Langevin s1n72%Rhode Island Democrat
    Tom Lantos s2n76%California Democrat
    Rick Larsen s1n72%Washington Democrat
    John Larson s1n69%Connecticut Democrat
    Frank Lautenberg s2n75%NJ Democrat Sr Senator
    Patrick Leahy s1n62%VT Democratic incumbent
    Barbara Lee s1n47%California Democrat
    Sheila Jackson Lee s1n64%Texas Democrat
    Carl Levin s3n87%MI Democrat Sr Senator
    Sander Levin s1n72%Michigan Democrat
    John Lewis s1n40%Georgia Democrat
    Joseph Lieberman s3n87%CT Democratic Jr Senator; Gore's VP nominee; ran for Pres. 2004
    Blanche Lambert Lincoln s2n75%AR Democratic incumbent
    Dan Lipinski s3n94%Illinois Democrat
    Zoe Lofgren s1n61%California Democrat
    Nita Lowey s1n66%New York Democrat
    Steve Lynch s2n76%Massachusetts Democrat
    Carolyn Maloney s1n55%New York Democrat/Liberal
    Ed Markey s1n44%Massachusetts Democrat
    Jim Marshall s3n100%Georgia Democrat
    Jim Matheson s1n72%Utah Democrat
    Doris Matsui s1n68%California Democrat
    Carolyn McCarthy s2n77%New York Dem./Ind./Working-Families
    Betty McCollum s1n56%Minnesota Democrat
    Jim McDermott s1n41%Washington Democrat
    Jim McGovern s1n55%Massachusetts Democrat
    Mike McIntyre s3n94%North Carolina Democrat
    Michael McNulty s3n88%New York Democratic/Ind./Cons.
    Kendrick Meek s1n61%Florida Democrat
    Gregory Meeks s1n53%New York Dem./Working-Families
    Robert Menendez s1n72%New Jersey Democrat
    Michael Michaud s1n61%Maine Democrat
    Barbara Mikulski s2n80%MD Democratic incumbent
    Brad Miller s2n83%North Carolina Democrat
    George Miller s1n50%California Democrat
    Alan Mollohan s2n77%West Virginia Democrat
    Dennis Moore s2n77%Kansas Democrat
    Gwen Moore s1n61%Wisconsin Democrat
    James Moran s1n70%Virginia Democrat
    Patty Murray s3n87%WA Democratic incumbent
    John Murtha s2n83%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Jerrold Nadler s1n55%New York Dem./Lib./Working-Families
    Grace Napolitano s1n61%California Democrat
    Richard Neal s1n66%Massachusetts Democrat
    Ben Nelson s3n87%NE Democrat Jr Senator
    Bill Nelson s3n87%FL Democrat Sr Senator
    Barack Obama s2n75%IL Democratic Jr Senator
    James Oberstar s1n58%Minnesota Democrat/Farmer/Labor
    David Obey s1n61%Wisconsin Democrat
    John Olver s1n52%Massachusetts Democrat
    Solomon Ortiz s3n94%Texas Democrat
    Frank Pallone s1n61%New Jersey Democrat
    Bill Pascrell s2n77%New Jersey Democrat
    Ed Pastor s1n55%Arizona Democrat
    Donald Payne s1n50%New Jersey Democrat
    Nancy Pelosi s1n70%California Democrat
    Collin Peterson s3n88%Minnesota Democrat/Farmer/Labor
    Earl Pomeroy s3n94%North Dakota Democrat
    David Eugene Price s1n72%North Carolina Democrat
    Mark Pryor s3n87%AR Democrat Challenger (Former)
    Nick Rahall s2n77%West Virginia Democrat
    Jack Reed s2n75%RI Democrat Sr Senator
    Harry Reid s2n75%NV Democratic incumbent
    Silvestre Reyes s3n94%Texas Democrat
    John Rockefeller s2n75%WV Democratic Jr Senator
    Steven Rothman s3n87%New Jersey Democrat
    Lucille Roybal-Allard s1n58%California Democrat
    Dutch Ruppersberger s3n88%Maryland Democrat
    Bobby Rush s1n47%Illinois Democrat
    Tim Ryan s2n83%Ohio Democrat
    John Salazar s3n88%Colorado Democrat
    Ken Salazar s3n87%CO Democratic Jr Senator
    Linda Sanchez s1n55%California Democrat
    Loretta Sanchez s1n73%California Democrat
    Jan Schakowsky s1n44%Illinois Democrat
    Adam Schiff s1n72%California Democrat
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz s1n58%Florida Democrat
    Charles Schumer s2n75%NY Democratic incumbent
    Allyson Schwartz s1n72%Pennsylvania Democrat
    Bobby Scott s1n66%Virginia Democrat
    David Scott s3n94%Georgia Democrat
    Jose Serrano s1n61%New York Democrat/Liberal
    Brad Sherman s1n72%California Democrat
    Ike Skelton s3n100%Missouri Democrat
    Louise Slaughter s1n61%New York Democrat
    David Adam Smith s2n76%Washington Democrat
    Vic Snyder s2n77%Arkansas Democrat
    Hilda Solis s1n56%California Democrat
    John Spratt s3n94%South Carolina Democrat
    Debbie Stabenow s3n87%MI Democrat Jr Senator
    Pete Stark s1n50%California Democrat
    Bart Stupak s2n82%Michigan Democrat
    John Tanner s2n83%Tennessee Democrat
    Ellen Tauscher s1n66%California Democrat
    Gene Taylor s3n88%Mississippi Democrat
    Bennie Thompson s1n72%Mississippi Democrat
    Mike Thompson s1n66%California Democrat
    John Tierney s1n44%Massachusetts Democrat
    Ed Towns s1n66%New York Democrat/Liberal
    Mark Udall s1n72%CO Democratic Senate Challenger; US Rep.
    Tom Udall s1n66%New Mexico Democrat
    Chris Van Hollen s1n66%Maryland Democrat
    Nydia Velazquez s1n41%New York Democrat/Working-Families
    Peter Visclosky s1n70%Indiana Democrat
    Maxine Waters s1n47%California Democrat
    Diane Watson s1n56%California Democrat
    Mel Watt s1n50%North Carolina Democrat
    Henry Waxman s1n52%California Democrat
    Anthony Weiner s1n66%New York Democrat/Liberal
    Robert Wexler s1n58%Florida Democrat
    Lynn Woolsey s1n50%California Democrat
    David Wu s1n61%Oregon Democrat
    Ron Wyden s3n87%OR Democratic incumbent
    Albert Wynn s2n77%Maryland Democrat



    Republicans participating in 05n-NCJA

    Robert Aderholt s3n88%Alabama Republican
    Todd Akin s3n88%Missouri Republican
    Lamar Alexander s2n75%TN Republican Jr Senator
    Wayne Allard s2n75%CO Republican Jr Senator
    Spencer Bachus s3n88%Alabama Republican
    Richard Hugh Baker s3n88%Louisiana Republican
    Gresham Barrett s3n88%South Carolina Republican
    Roscoe Bartlett s2n76%Maryland Republican
    Joe Linus Barton s3n87%Texas Republican
    Robert Bennett s2n75%UT Republican incumbent
    Judy Biggert s2n83%Illinois Republican
    Rob Bishop s2n77%Utah Republican
    Marsha Blackburn s3n88%Tennessee Republican
    Roy Blunt s3n88%Missouri Republican
    John Boehner s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Kit Bond s2n75%MO Republican incumbent
    Jo Bonner s3n88%Alabama Republican
    Mary Bono s3n88%California Republican
    John Boozman s3n88%Arkansas Republican
    Charles Boustany s3n88%Louisiana Republican
    Kevin Brady s3n88%Texas Republican
    Henry Brown s3n88%South Carolina Republican
    Ginny Brown-Waite s3n87%Florida Republican
    Sam Brownback s2n75%KS Republican incumbent
    Jim Bunning s2n75%KY Republican incumbent
    Michael Burgess s3n88%Texas Republican
    Richard Burr s2n75%NC Republican Jr Senator; previously US Representative
    Dan Burton s3n88%Indiana Republican
    Steve Buyer s3n88%Indiana Republican
    Ken Calvert s3n88%California Republican
    Dave Camp s3n88%Michigan Republican
    John Campbell s3n100%California Republican
    Chris Cannon s3n88%Utah Republican
    Eric Cantor s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Shelley Moore Capito s3n88%West Virginia Republican
    John Carter s3n87%Texas Republican
    Michael Castle s2n82%Delaware Republican
    Steve Chabot s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Saxby Chambliss s2n75%GA Republican Sr Senator
    John Howard Coble s2n83%North Carolina Republican
    Tom Coburn s1n62%OK Republican Jr Senator; previously US Rep
    Thad Cochran s2n75%MS Republican Sr Senator
    Tom Cole s3n88%Oklahoma Republican
    Norm Coleman s3n87%MN Republican Jr Senator
    Susan Collins s3n87%ME Republican Jr Senator
    Mike Conaway s3n86%Texas Republican
    John Cornyn s2n75%TX Republican Jr Senator
    Larry Craig s2n75%ID Republican Sr Senator
    Michael Crapo s2n75%ID Republican incumbent
    Ander Crenshaw s3n88%Florida Republican
    Barbara Cubin s2n82%Wyoming Republican
    John Culberson s3n93%Texas Republican
    Geoff Davis s3n88%Kentucky Republican
    Tom Davis s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Nathan Deal s3n88%Georgia Republican
    Jim DeMint s1n66%SC Republican Jr Senator; previously US Representative
    Lincoln Diaz-Balart s2n82%Florida Republican
    Mario Diaz-Balart s2n81%Florida Republican
    Elizabeth Dole s3n87%NC Republican Sr Senator
    Pete Domenici s2n75%NM Republican Sr Senator
    John Doolittle s3n88%California Republican
    Thelma Drake s3n88%Virginia Republican
    David Dreier s2n83%California Republican
    Jimmy Duncan s1n61%Tennessee Republican
    Vernon Ehlers s2n77%Michigan Republican
    Jo Ann Emerson s3n88%Missouri Republican
    Phil English s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    John Ensign s3n87%NV Republican Jr Senator
    Michael Enzi s2n75%WY Republican Jr Senator
    Terry Everett s3n88%Alabama Republican
    Tom Feeney s3n88%Florida Republican
    Mike Ferguson s3n87%New Jersey Republican
    Jeff Flake s1n66%Arizona Republican
    Randy Forbes s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Jeff Fortenberry s3n88%Nebraska Republican
    Vito Fossella s3n88%New York Rep./Cons./Right-To-Life
    Virginia Foxx s3n88%North Carolina Republican
    Trent Franks s3n88%Arizona Republican
    Rodney Frelinghuysen s3n88%New Jersey Republican
    Elton Gallegly s3n88%California Republican
    Scott Garrett s3n88%New Jersey Republican
    Jim Gerlach s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    Wayne Gilchrest s2n77%Maryland Republican
    Phil Gingrey s3n88%Georgia Republican
    Louie Gohmert s3n88%Texas Republican
    Virgil Goode s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Bob Goodlatte s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Lindsey Graham s2n75%SC Republican Jr Senator
    Kay Granger s3n88%Texas Republican
    Chuck Grassley s2n75%IA Republican incumbent
    Samuel Graves s3n88%Missouri Republican
    Judd Gregg s1n57%NH Republican incumbent
    Chuck Hagel s2n75%NE Republican Jr Senator
    Doc Hastings s3n88%Washington Republican
    Orrin Hatch s1n62%UT Republican Sr Senator
    Robin Hayes s3n88%North Carolina Republican
    Jeb Hensarling s3n88%Texas Republican
    Wally Herger s3n88%California Republican
    Dave Hobson s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Peter Hoekstra s2n83%Michigan Republican
    Kenny Hulshof s3n88%Missouri Republican
    Duncan Hunter s3n93%California Republican
    Kay Bailey Hutchison s3n87%TX Republican Jr Senator
    Bob Inglis s3n88%South Carolina Republican
    James Inhofe s2n75%OK Republican Sr Senator
    Johnny Isakson s3n87%GA Republican Jr Senator; previously US Representative
    Bobby Jindal s3n88%LA Republican
    Sam Johnson s3n88%Texas Republican
    Timothy Johnson s2n77%Illinois Republican
    Walter Beaman Jones s2n83%North Carolina Republican
    Ric Keller s3n88%Florida Republican
    Peter King s3n88%New York Rep./Ind./Cons./Right-To-Life
    Steve King s3n88%Iowa Republican
    Jack Kingston s3n87%Georgia Republican
    Mark Kirk s2n83%Illinois Republican
    John Kline s3n88%Minnesota Republican
    Joe Knollenberg s3n88%Michigan Republican
    Randy Kuhl s3n88%New York Republican
    Jon Kyl s2n75%AZ Republican Jr Senator
    Ray LaHood s2n83%Illinois Republican
    Tom Latham s3n88%Iowa Republican
    Steven LaTourette s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Jerry Lewis s3n88%California Republican
    Ron Lewis s3n88%Kentucky Republican
    John Linder s3n88%Georgia Republican
    Frank LoBiondo s3n88%New Jersey Republican
    Trent Lott s2n80%MS Republican Jr Senator
    Frank Dean Lucas s2n75%Oklahoma Republican
    Richard Lugar s3n87%IN Republican Sr Senator
    Dan Lungren s3n88%California Republican
    Connie Mack s2n77%FL Former Republican Senator
    Donald Manzullo s2n77%Illinois Republican
    Kenny Marchant s3n88%Texas Republican
    Mel Martinez s3n87%FL Republican Jr Senator; previously US Housing Secretary
    John McCain s3n85%AZ Republican incumbent
    Michael McCaul s3n88%Texas Republican
    Mitch McConnell s2n75%KY Republican Sr Senator
    Thad McCotter s3n88%Michigan Republican
    Jim McCrery s3n88%Louisiana Republican
    Patrick McHenry s3n88%North Carolina Republican
    John McHugh s3n88%New York Republican/Conservative
    Buck McKeon s3n88%California Republican
    John Mica s3n88%Florida Republican
    Candice Miller s3n88%Michigan Republican
    Gary Miller s3n88%California Republican
    Jeff Miller s2n83%Florida Republican
    Jerry Moran s3n88%Kansas Republican
    Lisa Murkowski s3n87%AK Republican incumbent
    Tim Murphy s2n83%Pennsylvania Republican
    Marilyn Musgrave s3n93%Colorado Republican
    Sue Myrick s3n88%North Carolina Republican
    Randy Neugebauer s3n88%Texas Republican
    Devin Nunes s3n88%California Republican
    Ron Paul s1n11%POTUS Republican (Libertarian 1988)
    Steve Pearce s3n88%New Mexico Republican
    Mike Pence s3n87%Indiana Republican
    John Peterson s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    Tom Petri s2n83%Wisconsin Republican
    Charles Pickering s3n88%Mississippi Republican
    Joseph Pitts s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    Todd Platts s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    Ted Poe s3n86%Texas Republican
    Jon Porter s3n88%Nevada Republican
    Tom Price s2n76%Georgia Republican
    Deborah Pryce s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Adam Putnam s3n88%Florida Republican
    George Radanovich s3n88%California Republican
    Jim Ramstad s3n88%Minnesota Republican
    Ralph Regula s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Dennis Rehberg s3n88%Montana Republican
    Dave Reichert s3n88%Washington Republican
    Rick Renzi s3n88%Arizona Republican
    Thomas Reynolds s3n88%New York Republican/Cons. (Until 2004)
    Pat Roberts s3n87%KS Republican Jr Senator
    Hal Rogers s3n88%Kentucky Republican
    Michael Rogers s3n88%Alabama Republican
    Mike Rogers s3n88%Michigan Republican
    Dana Rohrabacher s2n77%California Republican
    Ileana Ros-Lehtinen s2n82%Florida Republican
    Ed Royce s3n88%California Republican
    Paul Ryan s3n88%Wisconsin Republican
    Jim Saxton s3n88%New Jersey Republican
    Jean Schmidt s3n100%Ohio Republican
    James Sensenbrenner s3n88%Wisconsin Republican
    Jeff Sessions s2n75%AL Republican Sr Senator
    Pete Sessions s3n85%Texas Republican
    John Shadegg s2n83%Arizona Republican
    Christopher Shays s2n80%Connecticut Republican
    Richard Shelby s2n75%AL Republican incumbent
    John Shimkus s3n88%Illinois Republican
    Bill Shuster s3n88%Pennsylvania Republican
    Mike Simpson s3n88%Idaho Republican
    Christopher Smith s2n83%New Jersey Republican
    Gordon Harold Smith s2n75%OR Republican Jr Senator
    Lamar Smith s3n88%Texas Republican
    Olympia Snowe s3n87%ME Republican Sr Senator
    Mark Souder s3n88%Indiana Republican
    Arlen Specter s3n100%PA Republican incumbent
    Cliff Stearns s2n77%Florida Republican
    Ted Stevens s2n75%AK Republican Sr Senator
    John Sullivan s3n88%Oklahoma Republican
    John Sununu s2n75%New Hampshire Republican
    Tom Tancredo s2n76%Colorado Republican
    Lee Terry s3n88%Nebraska Republican
    Mac Thornberry s3n88%Texas Republican
    John Thune s3n100%SD Republican Jr Senator; previously US Representative
    Todd Tiahrt s3n88%Kansas Republican
    Pat Tiberi s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Mike Turner s3n88%Ohio Republican
    Fred Upton s3n88%Michigan Republican
    David Vitter s3n87%LA Republican Jr Senator; previously US Representative
    George Voinovich s2n75%OH Republican incumbent
    Greg Walden s3n88%Oregon Republican
    Jim Walsh s3n88%New York Rep./Ind./Conservative
    Zach Wamp s3n88%Tennessee Republican
    John Warner s3n87%VA Republican Sr Senator
    Dave Weldon s3n88%Florida Republican
    Jerry Weller s3n88%Illinois Republican
    Lynn Westmoreland s3n88%Georgia Republican
    Ed Whitfield s3n88%Kentucky Republican
    Roger Wicker s3n88%Mississippi Republican
    Heather Wilson s2n82%New Mexico Republican
    Joe Wilson s3n88%South Carolina Republican
    Frank Wolf s3n88%Virginia Republican
    Bill Young s3n87%Florida Republican
    Don Young s1n68%Alaska Republican



    Independents participating in 05n-NCJA

    Darrell Issa s3n88%CAL Former Initiator of Recall
    Bernie Sanders s1n61%Vermont Independent



    Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

    Democrats: 230
    Republicans: 226
    Independents: 2

















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