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Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (md)

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Abortion Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the National Abortion Reproductive Rights Action League considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Right to Life Committee considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Planned Parenthood considered to be the most important from 1995 to 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Abortion Reproductive Rights Action League considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the National Abortion Reproductive Rights Action League considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Right to Life Committee considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Planned Parenthood considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1996-2003 On the votes that the Planned Parenthood (Senate) considered to be the most important, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Agriculture Issues

 

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Farmers Union considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Farm Bureau Federation considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 67 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Farmers Union considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 75 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the American Farm Bureau Federation considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 40 percent of the time.

 

 

Animal Rights and Wildlife Issues

 

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Fund for Animals considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the The Humane Society of the United States considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the American Humane Association considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Animal Protection Institute considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Society for Animal Protective Legislation considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Doris Day Animal League considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Animal Protection Institute considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Doris Day Animal League considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Society for Animal Protective Legislation considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the Fund for Animals considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the American Humane Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorship of legislation the The Humane Society of the United States considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the The Humane Society of the United States considered to be the most important in 2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Society for Animal Protective Legislation considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

 

 

Arts and Humanities

 

 

2000 On the votes that the Americans for the Arts considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

Budget, Spending and Taxes

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Americans for Tax Reform considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 10 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the American Shareholders Association considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 9 percent of the time.

 

2003 According to the National Taxpayers Union, in 2003 Senator Mikulski, on ALL votes dealing with spending, voted to reduce or not increase spending 13 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Citizens Against Government Waste considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 16 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Economic considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 5 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Americans for Tax Reform considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 5 percent of the time.

 

2002 According to the National Taxpayers Union, in 2002 Senator Mikulski, on ALL votes dealing with spending, voted to reduce or not increase spending 9 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Citizens Against Government Waste considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 6 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Taxpayers for Common Sense considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 18 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Economic considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 20 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Tax Limitation Committee considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 3 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes used to calculate its ratings, the Concord Coalition attaches more value to those votes it considers more important. For 2001-2002, the Concord Coalition gave Senator Mikulski a rating of 63 percent.

 

2001 On the votes that the Americans for Tax Reform considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 5 percent of the time.

 

2001 According to the National Taxpayers Union, in 2001 Senator Mikulski, on ALL votes dealing with spending, voted to reduce or not increase spending 5 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Citizens Against Government Waste considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Taxpayers for Common Sense considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 20 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Shareholders Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Americans for Tax Reform considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 10 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes used to calculate its ratings, the Concord Coalition attaches more value to those votes it considers more important. For 2000, the Concord Coalition gave Senator Mikulski a rating of 37 percent.

 

2000 On the votes that the Taxpayers for Common Sense considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 59 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Citizens Against Government Waste considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 5 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Tax Limitation Committee considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 6 percent of the time.

 

1999 According to the National Taxpayers Union, in 1999 Senator Mikulski, on ALL votes dealing with spending, voted to reduce or not increase spending 6 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes used to calculate its ratings, the Concord Coalition attaches more value to those votes it considers more important. For 1999, the Concord Coalition gave Senator Mikulski a rating of 32 percent.

 

 

Business and Consumers

 

 

2003 On the votes that the National Retail Federation considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 25 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Associated Builders & Contractors considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 17 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Business-Industry Political Action Committee considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 13 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 39 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the National Federation of Independent Business considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 37 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Coalition for Ethanol considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 47 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Associated Builders & Contractors considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 22 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Federation of Independent Business considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 25 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Small Business Survival Committee considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Business-Industry Political Action Committee considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 5 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Association of Manufacturers considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 6 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Federation of Independent Business considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 17 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 43 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 40 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Small Business Survival Committee considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Business-Industry Political Action Committee considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 7 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Small Business Survival Committee considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Consumer Federation of America considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 90 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Associated Builders & Contractors considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 46 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Federation of Independent Business considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 8 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Associated Builders & Contractors considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Consumer Federation of America considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 83 percent of the time.

 

 

Civil Liberties

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Personal Liberties considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 30 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Personal considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 28 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the American Civil Liberties Union considered to be the most important in 2001-2002 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 60 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Civil Liberties Union considered to be the most important in 2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 71 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Liberty Lobby considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Liberty Lobby considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 10 percent of the time.

 

 

Civil Rights

 

 

2003 Bsed on legislative votes, sponsorship of legislation not voted upon, and endorsements of special "dear colleague" letters that the Arab American Institute considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski supported their preferred position 25 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 88 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the votes, and co-sponsorships the Human Rights Campaign considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time..

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 97 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Bsed on legislative votes, sponsorship of legislation not voted upon, and endorsements of special "dear colleague" letters that the Arab American Institute considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski supported their preferred position 60 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 95 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Human Rights Campaign considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 91 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 93 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Human Rights Campaign considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Conservative

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Eagle Forum considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 7 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Christian Coalition considered to be the most important in 2003 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Campaign for Working Families considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 3 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the American Conservative Union considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 15 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Center for Reclaiming America considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 33 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Eagle Forum considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 25 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Conservative Union considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Conservative Index - The John Birch Society considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 20 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Campaign for Working Families considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Christian Coalition considered to be the most important in 2001 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Conservative Union considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 12 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Conservative Index - The John Birch Society considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 10 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Conservative Union considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 8 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Conservative Index - The John Birch Society considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 16 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Christian Coalition considered to be the most important in 1999-2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 15 percent of the time.

 

 

Crime Issues

 

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Citizens United for Rehabilition of Errants considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

 

Education

 

 

2003 On the votes that the National Education Association considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the National Education Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the National School Boards Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Education Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the English First considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the National Education Association considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Environmental Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the American Lands Alliance considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 78 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the League of Conservation Voters considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 79 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Sierra Club considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 60 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Parks Consevation Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the League of Conservation Voters considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 88 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Comprehensive US Sustainable Population considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 71 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the League of Conservation Voters considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 75 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Parks Conservation Association considered to be the most important in 1999-2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Comprehensive US Sustainable Population considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 77 percent of the time.

 

 

Family and Children Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Family Research Council considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the National Network for Youth considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Family Voices considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 67 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Children's Defense Fund considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Children's Defense Fund considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Family Research Council considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

 

Foreign Aid and Policy Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Peace Action considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 90 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Jews for Peace in Palestine and Israel considered to be the most important in 2003, a point system was established for both the Senate and the House. In the Senate, total possible points range from a high of +3 and a low of -4. In the House, points range from +9 to -7. The Jews for Peace in Palestine and Israel assigned Senator Mikulski a score of -1.

 

2003 On the votes that the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation considered to be the most important in 2003, a point system was established for both the Senate and the House. In the Senate, total possible points range from a high of +3 and a low of -4. In the House, points range from +9 to -7. The U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation assigned Senator Mikulski a score of -1.

 

2002-2003 On the votes that the Citizens for Global Solutions considered to be the most important in 2002-2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 85 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Security Council considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Peace Action considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Jews for Peace in Palestine and Israel considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, a point system was established for both the Senate and the House. In the Senate, total possible points range from a high of +1 and a low of -5. In the House, points range from +6 to -6. The Jews for Peace in Palestine and Israel assigned Senator Mikulski a score of -5.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the American Foreign Service Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 74 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Campaign for U.N. Reform considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 79 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes , introduction of legislation, sponsorship or co-sponsorship of legislation and public speaking on legislation, for legistation, that the American Muslims for Jerusalem considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski, rated -10.

 

2001 On the votes that the Peace Action considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 14 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Council for a Livable World considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 63 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Peace Action considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 55 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the PeacePac considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 63 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Campaign for U.N. Reform considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

1998-2002 On the votes that the Center for Security Policy considered to be the most important in 1998-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 20 percent of the time.

 

 

Gender Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Business and Professional Women USA considered to be the most important during the 107th Congress, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Concerned Women for America considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the American Association of University Women considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the American Association of University Women considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Business and Professional Women/USA considered to be the most important during the 107th Congress, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 89 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Concerned Women for America considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 25 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002

 

2001 On the votes that the American Association of University Women considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Concerned Women for America considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 40 percent of the time.

 

1998 On the votes that the National Organization for Women considered to be the most important in 1998, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 70 percent of the time.

 

 

Government Reform

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Combined considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 18 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Republican Liberty Caucus - Combined considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 24 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Association of Counties considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 78 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on the co-sponsorship of bills or resolutions that the Radical Middle considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski sponsored their preferred bills or resolutions 30 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Council for Government Reform considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the National Association of Counties considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Gun Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence considered to be the most important as of 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time. These scores are cumulative for each representative's time in their current office. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence considered votes from 1988-2003 in the House and 1991-2003 in the Senate when determining these scores.

 

2003 Based on the results of a questionnaire the Gun Owners of America assigned Senator Mikulski a 0

 

2002 On the votes that the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence considered to be the most important as of 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time. These scores are cumulative for each representative's time in their current office. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence considered votes from 1988-2002 in the House and 1991-2002 in the Senate when determining these scores.

 

2001-2002 Based on the results of a questionnaire the Gun Owners of America assigned Senator Mikulski a grade of F- (with grades ranging from a high of A+ to a low of F-).

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence considered to be the most important in 1999-2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 Based on the results of a questionnaire the Gun Owners of America assigned Senator Mikulski a grade of F- (with grades ranging from a high of A+ to a low of F-).

 

 

Health Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the American Public Health Association considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Public Health Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 Based on legislative votes, sponsorship of legislation not voted upon, and endorsements of special "dear colleague" letters that the National Breast Cancer Coalition considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski supported their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Public Health Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Medical Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 Based on legislative votes, sponsorship of legislation not voted upon, and endorsements of special "dear colleague" letters that the National Breast Cancer Coalition considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski supported their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Public Health Association considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

 

Housing and Property Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the League of Private Property Voters considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the League of Private Property Voters considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the League of Private Property Voters considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the League of Private Property Voters considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 8 percent of the time.

 

 

Immigration

 

 

2002 On the votes that the American Immigration Lawyers Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Californians for Population Stabilization considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1989-2003 Based on the votes, committee votes, co-sponsorships and other leadership actions that the Americans for Better Immigration considered to be the most important in 1989-2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 40 percent of the time.

 

1989-2002 Based on the votes, committee votes, co-sponsorships and other leadership actions that the Americans for Better Immigration considered to be the most important in 1989-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 42 percent of the time.

 

1989-2001 Based on the votes, committee votes, co-sponsorships and other leadership actions that the Americans for Better Immigration considered to be the most important in 1989-2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 42 percent of the time.

 

 

Labor

 

 

2003 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 82 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Non Commissioned Officers Association considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Transportation Communications Union considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the United Auto Workers considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time. Those who supported or provided other assistance in connection with a UAW organizing drive are given an extra 10% bonus.

 

2003 On the votes that the AFL-CIO considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Worker considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 84 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Workplace Fairness considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 60 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Federation of Government Employees considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Transportation Communications Union considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Communications Workers of America considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Worker considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Non Commissioned Officers Association considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 86 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the AFL-CIO considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the United Auto Workers considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Service Employees International Union considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 92 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the American Postal Workers Union considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Association of Social Workers considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Electrical Contractors Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 38 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Transportation Communications Union considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 72 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the American Federation of Government Employees considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Worker considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the United Auto Workers considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 93 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the United Food & Commercial Workers considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Service Employees International Union considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the AFL-CIO considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Non Commissioned Officers Association considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Worker considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the AFL-CIO considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 88 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Teamsters considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the American Federation of Government Employees considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the United Auto Workers considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Communications Workers of America considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 72 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Service Employees International Union considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Association of Social Workers considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the International Association of Fire Fighters considered to be the most important in 1999-2000 , Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Transportation Communications Union considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Communications Workers of America considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Legal Issues

 

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the American Bar Association considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the American Bar Association considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Liberal

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Public Citizen's Congress Watch considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 64 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the National Committee for an Effective Congress considered to be the most important in the first quarter of 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 95 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the U.S. Public Interest Research Group considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 81 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Friends Comm. on Nat'l Leg. considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 89 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Americans for Democratic Action considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 90 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the State PIRGs Working Together considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 81 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the U.S. Public Interest Research Group considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Americans for Democratic Action considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Friends Committee on National Legislation considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 75 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Committee for an Effective Congress considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 95 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Public Citizen's Congress Watch considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 85 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Committee for an Effective Congress considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 96 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the U.S. Public Interest Research Group considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 72 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Americans for Democratic Action considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 95 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Friends Committee on National Legislation considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 85 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Friends Committee on National Legislation considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Americans for Democratic Action considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 95 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the Public Citizen's Congress Watch considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 83 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the U.S. Public Interest Research Group considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 73 percent of the time.

 

 

National Journal

 

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on economic policy issues than 20 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Social Policy's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on social policy issues than 85 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Composite Liberal Score's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on economic, defense and foreign policy issues than 86 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on foreign policy issues than 86 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on economic policy issues than 75 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Conserv. on Foreign Policy calculations, in 2003 Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on foreign policy issues than 10 percent of the [HOUSE].

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Composite Conservative Score's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on economic, defense and foreign policy issues than 14 percent of the Senators.

 

2003 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Social Policy's calculations, in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on social policy issues than 0 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on economic policy issues than 71 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Composite Conservative Score's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on economic, defense and foreign policy issues than 13 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Composite Liberal Score's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on economic, defense and foreign policy issues than 87 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on foreign policy issues than 96 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on economic policy issues than 28 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Social Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on social policy issues than 0 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on foreign policy issues than 0 percent of the Senators.

 

2002 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Social Policy's calculations, in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on social policy issues than 82 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on economic policy issues than 15 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Social Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on social policy issues than 8 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Conservative on Foreign Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more conservative on foreign policy issues than 27 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Economic Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on economic policy issues than 82 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Social Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on social policy issues than 81 percent of the Senators.

 

2001 According to the National Journal - Liberal on Foreign Policy's calculations, in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted more liberal on foreign policy issues than 61 percent of the Senators.

 

 

Science and Medical Research

 

 

2002 On the votes that the Information Technology Industry Council considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 40 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Information Technology Industry Council considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 63 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Information Technology Industry Council considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

 

Senior and Social Security Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the Alliance for Retired Americans considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 90 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Alliance for Retired Americans considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the National Association of Retired Federal Employees considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Alliance for Retired Americans considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the National Association of Retired Federal Employees considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the votes that the United Seniors Association considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 11 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the United Seniors Association considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 0 percent of the time.

 

 

Social Issues

 

 

2004 Based on information available in 2004, National Association of Social Workers chose to [ENDORSE] Senator Mikulski.

 

2003 On the votes that the Population Connection considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 80 percent of the time.

 

2003 On the votes that the Population Action International considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the Population Connection considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2002 On the votes that the NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby considered to be the most important in 2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the Bread for the World considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the People for the American Way considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 92 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the Zero Population Growth considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2001 On the votes that the National Youth Advocacy Coalition considered to be the most important in 2001, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Zero Population Growth considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Bread for the World considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 91 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 91 percent of the time.

 

1999 On the votes that the Bread for the World considered to be the most important in 1999, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 100 percent of the time.

 

 

Trade Issues

 

 

2001-2002 On the votes that the CATO Institute--Center for Trade Policy Studies considered to be the most important in 2001-2002, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 17 percent of the time.

 

1999-2000 On the trade votes that the CATO Trade considered to be the most important in 1999-2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 53 percent of the time.

 

 

Veterans Issues

 

 

2003 On the votes that the The American Legion considered to be the most important in 2003, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 50 percent of the time.

 

2000 On the votes that the Military Officers Association of America considered to be the most important in 2000, Senator Mikulski voted their preferred position 66 percent of the time.

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