My Representative – according to Project Vote Smart & Open Secrets: Aug. 2016

Barry Loudermilk
Office: U.S. House (GA) – District 11, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House – District 11

Abortion

2016 Planned Parenthood Action Fund – Positions (Lifetime) [8/26] 0%
2015 NARAL Pro-Choice America – Positions 0%
2015 National Right to Life Committee – Positions 100%

Animals and Wildlife

2015 Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund – Positions 0%
2015 Food Policy Action – Positions 30%
2015 Humane Society Legislative Fund – Positions 11%

Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

2015 American Civil Liberties Union – Positions 0%
2015 Friends Committee on National Legislation – Positions 0%
2015 Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights – Positions 0%

Education

2015 American Library Association – Positions 50%
2015 National Education Association – Positions 0%

Guns

2016 National Rifle Association – Candidate Positions on Gun Rights 93%
2015 Gun Owners of America – Positions 90%
2014 Gun Owners of America – Positions 90%
2012 National Rifle Association – Candidate Positions on Gun Rights 93%
2010 National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund – Positions on Gun Rights A
2008 National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund – Lifetime Score A+
2006 National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund – Lifetime Score A+

Health and Health Care

2016 Planned Parenthood Action Fund – Positions (Lifetime) [8/26] 0%
2015 Food Policy Action – Positions 30%
2015 Planned Parenthood Action Fund – Lifetime Score 0%
2009 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network – Georgia – Positions 0%

K-12 Education

2015 National Education Association – Positions 0%

Women

2015 American Association of University Women – Positions 14%
2015 Federally Employed Women – Positions 30%
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Note: And then one could ask where Rep. Loudermilk gets his campaign money: (which is answered by Open Secrets Website)

Source of Funds (Campaign Cmte Only), 2015-2016

legend
legend
Individual Contributions About Size of Contributions
– Small Individual Contributions
– Large Individual Contributions
$261,341
$22,727 (3%)
$238,613 (36%)
(39%)
legend PAC Contributions $402,850 (61%)
legend Candidate self-financing $0 (0%)
legend Other $-1,100 (-0%)

So, of the $664,190 raised for his 2016 re-election campaign about 3.4% came from small individual contributors.

On a personal note: online analysis of political leanings shows Rep. Loudermilk and I are in agreement on the issues facing the country about 24%, whereas Sen. Clinton and I agree about 87%, but at 91% with Sen. Sanders. Go to Project Vote Smart to see which politician’s ratings and stances on the issues agrees with your preferences.

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