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Georgia Congressional delegation vote summary on trade agreements

Since this is an election year, we thought that you might be interested in how our Congressional delegation has voted on the endless streak of so called free trade agreements. Since NAFTA was passed our country's trade deficit has mushroomed and our manufacturing base has moved to foreign countries. The trade agreements also open the door to increased immigration.

This article provides the official roll call votes on Bahrain, CAFTA and Oman trade agreements. We will do the same for our US Senators next, then list the roll call votes on H-1B visa bills and finally votes on amnesty proposals. There will be some surprises in the results which will be part of the basis for our voter guised for November.

The following is the total votes on CAFTA by Party (2005)

  Yes NO
Republican 6 1
Democratic 0 6

The following is the total votes on the Bahrain Expensive Trade Agreement by Party (2005)

  Yes NO
Republican 7 0
Democratic 5 1

The following is the total votes on the Oman Expensive Trade Agreement by Party (Election year vote)

  Yes NO
Republican 4 3
Democratic 0 5
McKinney not voting

The following is the combined vote by Party for all three Expensive Trade Agreements

  Yes NO
Republican 17 4
Democratic 5 12
McKinney not voting on Oman
Total for delegation 22 16

The following table is the recorded vote for CAFTA, Bahrain, Oman Expensive Trade Agreement by the Georgia Delegation.

Member Name CAFTA
Bahrain Vote Oman  Vote Email
Jack Kingston (R - 01) YES YES YES jack.kingston@mail.house.gov
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. (D - 02) NO YES NO http://www.house.gov/writerep/
Jim Marshall (D - 03) NO YES NO http://www.house.gov/writerep/
Cynthia McKinney (D - 04) NO NO no vote None Currently Available
John Lewis (D - 05) NO YES NO http://www.house.gov/johnlewis/contact.html
Tom Price (R - 06) YES YES YES http://tomprice.house.gov/html/contact_form_email.cfm
John Linder (R - 07) YES YES YES Home
Lynn Westmoreland (R - 08) YES YES YES http://www.house.gov/writerep/
Charlie Norwood (R - 09) NO YES NO http://www.house.gov/writerep/
Nathan Deal (R - 10) YES YES NO http://www.house.gov/deal/contact/default.shtml
Phil Gingrey (R - 11) YES YES NO http://www.house.gov/formgingrey/IMA/issue.htm
John Barrow (D - 12) NO YES NO
David Scott (D - 13) NO YES NO http://www.house.gov/writerep/
FINAL CAFTA VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 443 click here for House Clerk page
FINAL Bahrain VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 443 click here for House Clerk page
FINAL Oman VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 443 click here for House Clerk page

For more information on the impact these Expensive Trade Agreements have on you and your future generations see: Another step toward globalization ... every month a step closer!

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