FRC releases congressional rankings, including MA

Family Research Council (FRC), the leading national pro-family organization and MFI’s national policy affiliate, has released its 2012 Vote Scorecard for the members of the U.S. House and Senate. Of our state’s 10 members of the U.S. House, all but one received a 10% ranking. The other, Rep. William Keating (D-10), received 0%.

On the U.S. Senate side, John Kerry earned a big goose egg, while Scott Brown sports a 42 percent ranking. For more information on the votes that factored into the FRC’s rankings and the percentages for other states, CLICK HERE. FRC also makes it easy for you to contact your member of Congress, as well as Sens. Kerry and Brown, about their votes.

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