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Jason Carter on Jobs
Democratic Gubernatorial Challenger: Click here for the full quote OR click here for Jason Carter on other issues.
  • Employers need skilled workers: more technical schools. (Feb 2014)
Nathan Deal on Jobs
Republican Governor; previously Representative (GA-10): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Nathan Deal on other issues.
  • Employment is primary goal of education: more HOPE Grants. (Jan 2013)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Member of the Congressional Rural Caucus. (Jan 2001)
  • Rated 20% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)

Senate:

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Paul Broun on Jobs
Republican: Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Paul Broun on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted NO on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Phil Gingrey on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-11): Click here for 8 full quotes OR click here for Phil Gingrey on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted NO on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Karen Handel on Jobs
Republican Challenger: Click here for Karen Handel on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Johnny Isakson on Jobs
Republican Jr Senator; previously Rep (GA-6): Click here for 12 full quotes OR click here for Johnny Isakson on other issues.
  • Invest in our workforce. (Aug 2004)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Nov 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on terminating legal challenges to English-only job rules. (Mar 2008)
  • Voted NO on limiting farm subsidies to people earning under $750,000. (Dec 2007)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Jun 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Feb 2007)
  • Voted YES on raising the minimum wage to $7.25 rather than $6.25. (Mar 2005)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Jack Kingston on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-1): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Jack Kingston on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Michelle Nunn on Jobs
Democratic Challenger: Click here for Michelle Nunn on other issues.
    No stance on record.
David Perdue on Jobs
Republican challenger: Click here for David Perdue on other issues.
    No stance on record.

House:


John Barrow on Jobs
Democratic Representative (GA-12): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for John Barrow on other issues.
  • Voted NO on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Allow an Air Traffic Controller's Union. (Jan 2006)
  • Rated 17% by CEI, indicating a pro-worker rights voting record. (May 2012)
  • Ban discriminatory compensation; allow 2 years to sue. (Jan 2009)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
Sanford Bishop on Jobs
Democratic Representative (GA-2): Click here for 15 full quotes OR click here for Sanford Bishop on other issues.
  • Voted NO on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted NO on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Member of the Congressional Rural Caucus. (Jan 2001)
  • Rated 100% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Allow an Air Traffic Controller's Union. (Jan 2006)
  • Form unions by card-check instead of secret ballot. (Mar 2009)
  • Rated 0% by CEI, indicating a pro-worker rights voting record. (May 2012)
  • Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2016. (Jan 2014)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
Doug Collins on Jobs
Republican (District 9): Click here for the full quote OR click here for Doug Collins on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
Tom Graves on Jobs
Republican (District 14): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Tom Graves on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Jody Hice on Jobs
Republican Nominee (District 10): Click here for Jody Hice on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Hank Johnson on Jobs
Democrat: Click here for 11 full quotes OR click here for Hank Johnson on other issues.
  • Voted NO on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Form unions by card-check instead of secret ballot. (Mar 2009)
  • Rated 0% by CEI, indicating a pro-worker rights voting record. (May 2012)
  • Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2016. (Mar 2013)
  • Extend unemployment compensation during recession. (Jan 2008)
  • Ban discriminatory compensation; allow 2 years to sue. (Jan 2009)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
John Lewis on Jobs
Democratic Representative (GA-5): Click here for 16 full quotes OR click here for John Lewis on other issues.
  • Voted NO on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted NO on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted NO on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 100% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Allow an Air Traffic Controller's Union. (Jan 2006)
  • Form unions by card-check instead of secret ballot. (Mar 2009)
  • Rated 0% by CEI, indicating a pro-worker rights voting record. (May 2012)
  • Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2016. (Mar 2013)
  • Extend unemployment compensation during recession. (Jan 2008)
  • Ban discriminatory compensation; allow 2 years to sue. (Jan 2009)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
Barry Loudermilk on Jobs
Republican Nominee (District 11): Click here for Barry Loudermilk on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Tom Price on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-6): Click here for 6 full quotes OR click here for Tom Price on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Austin Scott on Jobs
Republican (District 8): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Austin Scott on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Member of House Committee on Agriculture. (Mar 2011)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
David Scott on Jobs
Democratic Representative (GA-13): Click here for 15 full quotes OR click here for David Scott on other issues.
  • Voted NO on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Rated 87% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Allow an Air Traffic Controller's Union. (Jan 2006)
  • Form unions by card-check instead of secret ballot. (Mar 2009)
  • Member of House Committee on Agriculture. (Mar 2011)
  • Rated 0% by CEI, indicating a pro-worker rights voting record. (May 2012)
  • Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2016. (Jan 2014)
  • Extend unemployment compensation during recession. (Jan 2008)
  • Ban discriminatory compensation; allow 2 years to sue. (Jan 2009)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
Lynn Westmoreland on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-8): Click here for 5 full quotes OR click here for Lynn Westmoreland on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Rob Woodall on Jobs
Republican (District 7): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Rob Woodall on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)

Former candidates & officeholders:


Sonny Perdue on Jobs
Republican GA Governor: Click here for Sonny Perdue on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Saxby Chambliss on Jobs
Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative (GA-8): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Saxby Chambliss on other issues.
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on terminating legal challenges to English-only job rules. (Mar 2008)
  • Voted NO on limiting farm subsidies to people earning under $750,000. (Dec 2007)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Jun 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Feb 2007)
  • Voted YES on raising the minimum wage to $7.25 rather than $6.25. (Mar 2005)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 15% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Bob Barr on Jobs
Republican Challenger (District 11): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Bob Barr on other issues.
  • Voted NO on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Paul Broun on Jobs
Republican: Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Paul Broun on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted NO on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Phil Gingrey on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-11): Click here for 8 full quotes OR click here for Phil Gingrey on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted NO on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
Mike Keown on Jobs
Former GOP Challenger (2010) (District 2): Click here for Mike Keown on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Jack Kingston on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-1): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Jack Kingston on other issues.
  • Voted YES on allowing compensatory time off for working overtime. (Apr 2013)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Rated 100% by CEI, indicating a pro-workplace choice voting record. (May 2012)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Roy Barnes on Jobs
Former Democratic Governor (1999-2002): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Roy Barnes on other issues.
  • More R&D & tax incentives for small farmers. (Sep 2001)
  • Repeal the federal unemployment "temporary surtax". (Feb 2001)
Allen Buckley on Jobs
Libertarian challenger (2008): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Allen Buckley on other issues.
  • Deductions for foreign labor only to balance foreign sales. (Aug 2004)
  • Allow lower minimum wage for manufacturer profit-sharing. (Jun 2004)
  • Reduce manufacturing minimum wage & use it to increase EITC. (Jun 2004)
Max Burns on Jobs
Republican (Until 2004) (District 12): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Max Burns on other issues.
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Rated 7% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Max Cleland on Jobs
Democratic Senator (Former): Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Max Cleland on other issues.
  • Opposed DHS hiring practices; use civil service rules. (Sep 2009)
  • Voted NO on repealing Clinton's ergonomic rules on repetitive stress. (Mar 2001)
  • Voted NO on killing an increase in the minimum wage. (Nov 1999)
  • Voted NO on allowing workers to choose between overtime & comp-time. (May 1997)
Mac Collins on Jobs
2004 former Republican challenger; US Representative: Click here for 5 full quotes OR click here for Mac Collins on other issues.
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 7% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Mac Collins on Jobs
Former Republican (until 2005) (District 3): Click here for 5 full quotes OR click here for Mac Collins on other issues.
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 7% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Paul Coverdell on Jobs
Republican Senator (Former): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Paul Coverdell on other issues.
  • Voted YES on killing an increase in the minimum wage. (Nov 1999)
  • Voted YES on allowing workers to choose between overtime & comp-time. (May 1997)
  • Voted YES on replacing farm price supports. (Feb 1996)
Newt Gingrich on Jobs
Republican Former (1994-) (District 6): Click here for 16 full quotes OR click here for Newt Gingrich on other issues.
  • Auto bailout was unprecedented capitulation to unions. (Feb 2012)
  • Bigger government lead to more food stamps, not more jobs. (Jan 2012)
  • Create transitional program for returning vets, like in WWII. (Jan 2012)
  • Go to college instead of 99 weeks of unemployment. (Nov 2011)
  • Fundamentally wrong to give unemployment pay for 99 weeks. (Sep 2011)
  • The American people create jobs; not government. (Sep 2011)
  • Jobs & Prosperity Plan: cut business taxes & regulations. (Jul 2011)
  • Defund National Labor Relations Board; favor right-to-work. (Jun 2011)
  • Number one job today is to create jobs. (Feb 2011)
  • Jobs plan: lower taxes; lower spending; domestic energy. (May 2010)
  • Card Check strips workers of right to secret ballot. (May 2010)
  • Union power games the system to minimize work. (May 2010)
  • Unions want to take away right to secret-ballot elections. (Dec 2007)
  • Union leaders prefer protection over competition. (Sep 2007)
  • Unions focus on politics; corporations on doing business. (Jul 1998)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Denise Majette on Jobs
2004 former Democratic challenger; US Representative: Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Denise Majette on other issues.
  • Fund job training and small business development. (Aug 2004)
  • Increase the minimum wage. (Jul 2002)
  • Rated 87% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Denise Majette on Jobs
Democrat (Until 2004) (District 4): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Denise Majette on other issues.
  • Fund job training and small business development. (Aug 2004)
  • Increase the minimum wage. (Jul 2002)
  • Rated 87% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Zell Miller on Jobs
Former Democratic Senator; retired 2004: Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Zell Miller on other issues.
  • Freedom to Farm Bill provided opportunity to fail. (Jan 2001)
  • Voted YES on repealing Clinton's ergonomic rules on repetitive stress. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 8% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Sam Nunn on Jobs
Democratic Senator (Former): Click here for the full quote OR click here for Sam Nunn on other issues.
  • Voted YES on replacing farm price supports. (Feb 1996)
Mary Squires on Jobs
2004 former Democratic challenger; State Senator: Click here for Mary Squires on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Dale Cardwell on Jobs
Democratic Senate Challenger: Click here for Dale Cardwell on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Saxby Chambliss on Jobs
Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative (GA-8): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Saxby Chambliss on other issues.
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on terminating legal challenges to English-only job rules. (Mar 2008)
  • Voted NO on limiting farm subsidies to people earning under $750,000. (Dec 2007)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Jun 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Feb 2007)
  • Voted YES on raising the minimum wage to $7.25 rather than $6.25. (Mar 2005)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 15% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Nathan Deal on Jobs
Republican Governor; previously Representative (GA-10): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Nathan Deal on other issues.
  • Employment is primary goal of education: more HOPE Grants. (Jan 2013)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Member of the Congressional Rural Caucus. (Jan 2001)
  • Rated 20% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Johnny Isakson on Jobs
Republican Jr Senator; previously Rep (GA-6): Click here for 12 full quotes OR click here for Johnny Isakson on other issues.
  • Invest in our workforce. (Aug 2004)
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Nov 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on terminating legal challenges to English-only job rules. (Mar 2008)
  • Voted NO on limiting farm subsidies to people earning under $750,000. (Dec 2007)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Jun 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Feb 2007)
  • Voted YES on raising the minimum wage to $7.25 rather than $6.25. (Mar 2005)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
Vernon Jones on Jobs
Democratic Senate challenger: Click here for the full quote OR click here for Vernon Jones on other issues.
  • Include gender identity in federal anti-discrimination laws. (Jul 2008)
Rand Knight on Jobs
Democrat Challenger: Click here for Rand Knight on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Josh Lanier on Jobs
Democratic Senate challenger: Click here for Josh Lanier on other issues.
    No stance on record.
John Linder on Jobs
Republican Representative (GA-7): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for John Linder on other issues.
  • Voted NO on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted NO on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted NO on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Voted NO on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Jim Marshall on Jobs
Democratic Representative (GA-3): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Jim Marshall on other issues.
  • Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
  • Voted YES on overriding presidential veto of Farm Bill. (Jun 2008)
  • Voted YES on restricting employer interference in union organizing. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted YES on increasing minimum wage to $7.25. (Jan 2007)
  • Voted YES on end offshore tax havens and promote small business. (Oct 2004)
  • Rated 87% by the AFL-CIO, indicating a pro-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Allow an Air Traffic Controller's Union. (Jan 2006)
  • Ban discriminatory compensation; allow 2 years to sue. (Jan 2009)
  • Stronger enforcement against gender-based pay discrimination. (Jan 2009)
Jim Martin on Jobs
Democratic Senate Challenger: Click here for Jim Martin on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Cynthia McKinney on Jobs
Democrat (District 4): Click here for 8 full quotes OR click here for Cynthia McKinney on other issues.
  • If minimum wage kept up with CEO pay, itd be $22/hour. (Mar 2008)
  • Authored a living wage bill. (Feb 2008)
  • Gainful employment at a guaranteed income for every family. (Jan 2008)
  • Unions essential to protecting wages & worker safety. (Dec 2007)
  • Debt relief for black farmers who were cheated in 80s loans. (Nov 2006)
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted NO on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Sponsored bill requiring disclosure of outsourced employees. (Feb 2001)
Charlie Norwood on Jobs
Republican (District 10): Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Charlie Norwood on other issues.
  • Voted YES on $167B over 10 years for farm price supports. (Oct 2001)
  • Voted YES on zero-funding OSHA's Ergonomics Rules instead of $4.5B. (Mar 2001)
  • Rated 27% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record. (Dec 2003)
  • Incentives to businesses create jobs & raise wages. (Sep 1994)
Mike Thurmond on Jobs
2010 Democratic Challenger: Click here for Mike Thurmond on other issues.
    No stance on record.

                                                                                                                                                                               
  


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