Rep. Green, Al (D) TX - CD 9
Aggregate Rating 16.89%
21%
10%
20%

Offices held

Office
Party
State
District
Date
U.S. House
Democrat
2006-2008

Elections

Office
State
District
Date
U.S. House
2004
 
Democrat
114,462
 
Republican
42,132
 
Libertarian
1,972

U.S. House (Primary)
2004
 
Democrat
18,034
 
Democrat
8,492
 
Democrat
607
 
Republican
4,836
 
Republican
1,132


Interest Group Data

Interest Group
Year
Rating
Club For Growth
2007
2.00
Club For Growth
2006
18.00

National Right to Life Commitee
2006
9.00

Americans for Better Imigration
2007
35.00
Americans for Better Imigration
2006
25.00
Americans for Better Imigration
2005
16.00

Gun Owners of America
2008
7.00
Gun Owners of America
2007
8.00
Gun Owners of America
2006
50.00
Gun Owners of America
2005
25.00

National Rifle Association
2008
7.00
National Rifle Association
2006
30.00

NARAL Inverse (100 minus rating)
2007
0.00
NARAL Inverse (100 minus rating)
2006
0.00
NARAL Inverse (100 minus rating)
2005
0.00

Citizens Against Government Waste
2006
9.00
Citizens Against Government Waste
2005
9.00

Federation for American Immigration Reform
2005
57.00

U.S. Border Control
2006
0.00

US English
2007
7.00

English First
2007
0.00

Google News

 

WKNO FM

More Memphis Streets Should Honor Great Musicians
WKNO FM
A number of musicians have "honorary" or "memorial" streets named after them in Memphis. The names of Isaac Hayes, Jerry Lee Lewis, Al Green and Sam Phillips can be seen on a handful of special signs, but not on maps. ... And so Pigeon Roost Road ...


Houston Chronicle (subscription)

Metro, Culberson agreement could spur new transit funding
Houston Chronicle (subscription)
Al Green, a Democrat who represents the area the commuter rail line would serve, also attended Monday's event and cheered the agreement. He and Missouri City officials ... Although it wasn't mentioned at the news conference, Metro's agreement with ...

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Notes from near and far on death of blues legend BB King
York Daily Record/Sunday News
We have our own Memphis Music Hall of Fame because this city has been foundational in the careers of icons like Elvis Presley, Al Green, Johnny Cash and Isaac Hayes, to name a few. It is altogether fitting that we will mark the life of B. B. King on ...

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Houston Newsmakers Extra with Lt. Gov Dan Patrick
KPRC Houston
Congressman Al Green on the bill he has introduced that would make police body cameras available for most policing agencies in the United States. In the wake of the Charleston South Carolina shooting by a police officer of an unarmed man, Congressman ...