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

 

CNNMoney

House Dems want NY Fed hearings, too
CNNMoney
Maxine Waters of California, Al Green of Texas and Keith Ellison of Minnesota — signed a letter Tuesday urging hearings on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and whether it's too close with the banks it supervises. ... that additional scrutiny is ...


El Paso Inc.

Texas NAACP to meet in El Paso
El Paso Inc.
The meeting opens at noon Thursday in the Wyndham Airport Hotel and wraps up Saturday evening with an address by U.S. Rep. Al Green, who represents Texas' 9th Congressional District in Houston. Harold Howell, chair of the El Paso chapter, said about ...

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78th Annual Texas State NAACP Conference to celebrate milestones at ...
El Paso Times
Featured speakers will include Cornell William Brooks, president and chief executive officer of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, D-California, Congressman Al Green, D-Texas, and Marceo Dailey ...


Washington Examiner

Two-thirds of House members miss most committee meetings, GPO minutes show
Washington Examiner
Dozens of members of the U.S. House of Representatives have missed two-thirds of this session's committee meetings, where much of the nuts-and-bolts work of Congress gets done, a Washington Examiner analysis found. Rep. Niki Tsongas, D-Mass., is a ...