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Election information 2006

Published Nov 8, 2006, 12:00pm




Election Results 2006
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Election 2006 - November 7

General Election: Nov. 7
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Rank Organization Name Total 1989-2006 Cycles 2004 Cycle
Dems Repubs Dems Repubs
26 AFL-CIO $16,166,767 96% 3% 87% 11%
50 AFLAC Inc $11,607,789 43% 56% 42% 57%
49 Air Line Pilots Assn $11,871,147 83% 16% 79% 19%
17 Altria Group $22,017,231 26% 73% 34% 65%
85 American Academy of Ophthalmology $7,683,686 51% 48% 33% 66%
94 American Airlines $7,096,598 47% 52% 30% 69%
24 American Bankers Assn $17,040,480 40% 59% 33% 66%
96 American Council of Life Insurers $6,824,289 35% 64% 42% 56%
41 American Dental Assn $13,048,840 44% 55% 34% 65%
15 American Federation of Teachers $22,374,918 98% 1% 98% 0%
1 American Fedn of State, County & Municipal Employees $37,595,602 98% 1% 97% 1%
60 American Financial Group $10,067,964 20% 79% 1% 98%
42 American Hospital Assn $12,978,544 50% 49% 41% 58%
56 American Institute of CPAs $11,349,769 42% 57% 29% 69%
77 American International Group $8,177,882 47% 52% 47% 48%
84 American Maritime Officers $7,702,381 45% 54% 43% 56%
13 American Medical Assn $23,139,274 38% 61% 31% 68%
68 American Postal Workers Union $9,125,811 94% 4% 95% 4%
87 Amway Corp $7,559,466 0% 99% 0% 100%
99 Andersen $6,266,277 37% 62% 0% 100%
63 Anheuser-Busch $9,455,223 46% 53% 31% 68%
83 Archer Daniels Midland $7,778,389 43% 56% 28% 71%
4 Assn of Trial Lawyers of America $26,599,956 89% 10% 94% 4%
90 Associated General Contractors $7,493,516 12% 87% 12% 87%
2 AT&T Inc $36,473,325 44% 55% 34% 65%
40 Bank of America $13,125,437 45% 54% 42% 57%
34 BellSouth Corp $14,136,220 45% 54% 39% 59%
44 Blue Cross/Blue Shield $12,442,087 37% 62% 41% 57%
59 Boeing Co $10,426,378 43% 56% 40% 58%
100 BP $5,417,954 27% 72% 30% 68%
97 Bristol-Myers Squibb $6,714,837 20% 79% 37% 59%
12 Carpenters & Joiners Union $23,643,087 90% 9% 68% 30%
65 Chevron $9,269,222 25% 74% 17% 82%
20 Citigroup Inc $20,242,139 48% 51% 50% 46%
10 Communications Workers of America $23,718,212 99% 0% 98% 0%
64 Credit Suisse Group $9,270,597 41% 58% 59% 39%
39 Credit Union National Assn $13,134,543 46% 53% 43% 55%
92 CSX Corp $7,405,310 27% 72% 28% 71%
47 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu $12,070,722 31% 68% 29% 70%
91 Eli Lilly & Co $7,425,701 25% 74% 26% 71%
29 EMILY's List $15,690,820 99% 0% 100% 0%
98 Enron Corp $6,572,257 28% 71% 39% 60%
35 Ernst & Young $13,952,811 43% 55% 38% 60%
73 Exxon Mobil $8,806,214 13% 86% 11% 88%
16 FedEx Corp $22,370,240 43% 56% 38% 60%
67 Freddie Mac $9,127,373 42% 57% 46% 52%
74 General Dynamics $8,766,076 43% 55% 37% 60%
43 General Electric $12,970,367 46% 53% 41% 57%
69 General Motors $9,121,758 38% 61% 30% 69%
78 GlaxoSmithKline $8,113,664 24% 75% 30% 68%
8 Goldman Sachs $23,974,107 61% 38% 59% 39%
80 Human Rights Campaign $8,095,597 88% 10% 88% 10%
53 International Assn of Fire Fighters $11,457,443 83% 16% 68% 30%
6 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $25,042,516 97% 2% 96% 2%
62 Ironworkers Union $10,019,188 91% 8% 88% 11%
33 JP Morgan Chase & Co $14,894,775 45% 54% 55% 43%
9 Laborers Union $23,858,957 92% 7% 84% 14%
38 Lockheed Martin $13,630,187 40% 59% 38% 61%
18 Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union $20,999,190 98% 0% 99% 0%
95 Marine Engineers Beneficial Assn $6,847,505 73% 26% 73% 25%
61 MBNA Corp $10,057,806 17% 82% 0% 0%
81 MCI Inc $8,090,372 46% 53% 75% 24%
52 Merrill Lynch $11,490,497 32% 66% 41% 57%
89 Metropolitan Life $7,499,561 54% 45% 48% 51%
31 Microsoft Corp $15,352,503 48% 51% 55% 43%
36 Morgan Stanley $13,796,514 42% 57% 48% 51%
23 National Assn of Home Builders $17,856,765 34% 65% 27% 71%
86 National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors $7,677,430 44% 55% 0% 0%
25 National Assn of Letter Carriers $16,832,034 86% 12% 83% 15%
3 National Assn of Realtors $29,179,673 46% 53% 47% 52%
72 National Assn of Retired Federal Employees $8,927,900 79% 20% 0% 0%
22 National Auto Dealers Assn $19,733,392 31% 68% 32% 67%
28 National Beer Wholesalers Assn $15,728,004 26% 73% 30% 69%
88 National Cmte for an Effective Congress $7,509,774 99% 0% 100% 0%
79 National Cmte to Preserve Social Security & Medicare $8,112,573 79% 19% 85% 13%
5 National Education Assn $26,351,470 93% 6% 85% 14%
76 National Restaurant Assn $8,193,774 15% 84% 11% 88%
30 National Rifle Assn $15,619,488 16% 83% 15% 84%
66 National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn $9,197,057 52% 47% 41% 58%
58 Operating Engineers Union $10,480,150 84% 14% 76% 21%
57 Pfizer Inc $10,663,311 24% 75% 30% 69%
46 Plumbers & Pipefitters Union $12,201,453 94% 4% 91% 8%
54 PricewaterhouseCoopers $11,451,086 33% 66% 26% 73%
75 Prudential Financial $8,318,157 46% 53% 45% 53%
45 RJR Nabisco/RJ Reynolds Tobacco $12,287,847 25% 74% 13% 86%
93 Seafarers International Union $7,135,974 83% 15% 71% 26%
7 Service Employees International Union $23,999,206 95% 3% 91% 6%
37 Sheet Metal Workers Union $13,754,251 97% 1% 95% 3%
82 Southern Co $8,037,288 31% 68% 20% 79%
11 Teamsters Union $23,658,358 92% 7% 88% 10%
27 Time Warner $16,131,569 69% 30% 69% 29%
48 Union Pacific Corp $11,920,458 21% 78% 21% 78%
14 United Auto Workers $22,378,935 98% 0% 98% 0%
19 United Food & Commercial Workers Union $20,656,319 98% 1% 97% 1%
21 United Parcel Service $19,990,790 35% 64% 31% 67%
51 United Steelworkers of America $11,543,547 99% 0% 98% 0%
55 United Transportation Union $11,378,243 88% 11% 87% 11%
70 UST Inc $9,050,402 19% 80% 13% 86%
32 Verizon Communications $14,975,010 38% 61% 40% 58%
101 Vivendi $3,752,543 66% 33% 0% 0%
71 Walt Disney Co $9,012,690 65% 33% 52% 47%

Based on data released by the FEC on Monday, September 11, 2006.


It's easy for politicians to claim to have done well by technology.

Democratic Sen. John Kerry, for instance, made fundraising pilgrimages to Silicon Valley and claimed to have a reasonable tech platform. But in a scorecard rating tech-related votes that we've posted today, Kerry came in second-to-last in the entire U.S. Senate. I don't mean to pick on Democrats (in fact, the Democrats did slightly better overall than Republicans in the House of Representative), just political hypocrisy. And of course most everyone failed. The details follow. -Declan McCullagh ---

Map: http://news.com.com/2009-1040-6130830.html

Article: http://news.com.com/2009-1040-6131719.html

Do politicos' voting records match their rhetoric? To rate who's best and who's worst on technology topics before the November 7 election, CNET News.com has compiled a voter's guide, grading how representatives in the U.S. Congress have voted over the last decade.


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