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Christian Coalition
Congressional Scorecard

The "non-partisan" Christian Coalition's 1998 US Senate and US House Scorecards are out. Only Republicans received 100% ratings - by either voting, or announcing in favor of, the Christian Coalition's positions on such issues as banning abortion, authorizing school vouchers, and defunding the National Endowment for the Arts. Those incumbents who received a 100% approval rating:

Alabama

  • Sen. Sessions
  • Sen. Shelby
  • Rep. Bachus
  • Rep. Callahan
  • Rep. Everett
  • Rep. Riley
  • Rep Aderholt
Alaska
  • Rep. Young
Arizona
  • Sen. Kyl
  • Rep. Salmon
  • Rep. Stump
  • Rep. Shadegg
  • Rep. Hayworth
Arkansas
  • Sen. Hutchinson
California
  • Rep. Herger
  • Rep. Doolittle
  • Rep. Pombo
  • Rep. Radanovich
  • Rep. Gallegly
  • Rep. McKeon
  • Rep. Rogan
  • Rep. Dreier
  • Rep. Royce
  • Rep. Kim
  • Rep. Calvert
  • Rep. Rohrabaher
  • Rep. Cox
  • Rep. Packard
  • Rep. Cunningham
  • Rep. Hunter
Colorado
  • Sen. Allard
  • Rep. Schaffer
  • Rep. Hefley
  • Rep. Schaefer
Florida
  • Rep. Scarborough
  • Rep. Stearns
  • Rep. Mica
  • Rep. Bilirakis
  • Rep. Goss
  • Rep. Weldon
Georgia
  • Rep. Kingston
  • Rep. Gingrich
  • Rep. Barr
  • Rep. Deal
  • Rep. Norwood
  • Rep. Linder
Idaho
  • Rep. Chenoweth
  • Rep. Crapo
Illinois
  • Rep. Crane
  • Rep. Weller
  • Rep. Hastert
  • Rep. Manzullo
  • Rep. Shimkus
Indiana
  • Sen. Coats
  • Rep. McIntosh
  • Rep. Souder
  • Rep. Burton
  • Rep. Pease
Iowa
  • Rep. Nussle
  • Rep. Latham
Kansas
  • Sen. Brownback
  • Rep. Ryun
  • Rep. Snowbarger
  • Rep. Tiahrt
Kentucky
  • Rep. Whitfield
  • Rep. Lewis
  • Rep. Northup
  • Rep. Bunning
  • Rep. Rogers
Louisiana
  • Rep. Livingston
  • Rep. Baker
Maryland
  • Rep. Bartlett
Michigan
  • Rep. Hoekstra
  • Rep. Smith
  • Rep. Knollenberg
Minnesota
  • Sen. Grams
  • Rep. Gutknecht
Mississippi
  • Rep. Wicker
  • Rep. Pickering
  • Rep. Parker
Missouri
  • Sen. Ashcroft
  • Rep. Talent
  • Rep. Emerson
Nebraska
  • Sen. Hagel
  • Rep. Christiansen
Nevada
  • Rep. Ensign
New Hampshire
  • Sen. Smith
  • Rep. Sununu
New Jersey
  • Rep. Pappas
New Mexico
  • Rep. Redmond
New York
  • Rep. King
  • Rep. Fossella
  • Rep. Solomon
  • Rep. Paxon
North Carolina
  • Sen. Helms
  • Rep. Jones
  • Rep. Coble
  • Rep. Myrick
  • Rep. Ballenger
  • Rep. Taylor
Ohio
  • Rep. Chabot
  • Rep. Portman
  • Rep. Boehner
  • Rep. Kasich
Oklahoma
  • Sen. Inhofe
  • Sen. Nickles
  • Rep. Largent
  • Rep. Coburn
  • Rep. Watkins
  • Rep. Watts
  • Rep. Istook
  • Rep. Lucas
Oregon
  • Rep. Smith
Pennsylvania
  • Rep. Peterson
  • Rep. Pitts
  • Rep. Goodling
South Carolina
  • Rep. Inglis
  • Rep. Sanford
  • Rep. Spence
  • Rep. Graham
Tennessee
  • Rep. Wamp
  • Rep. Hilleary
  • Rep. Bryant
Texas
  • Sen. Gramm
  • Rep. Johnson (Sam)
  • Rep. Barton
  • Rep. Archer
  • Rep. Brady
  • Rep. Granger
  • Rep. Combest
  • Rep. Smith
  • Rep. DeLay
  • Rep. Sessions
  • Rep. Bonila
  • Rep. Armey
Utah
  • Rep. Hansen
Virginia
  • Rep. Bliley
  • Rep. Wolf
Washington
  • Rep. Metcalf
  • Rep. Smith (Linda)
  • Rep. Hastings
Wisconsin
  • Rep. Neumann
  • Rep. Petri
  • Rep. Sensenbrenner
Wyoming
  • Sen. Enzi
  • Rep. Cubin
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