The NAACP released its annual report card looking at how federal lawmakers voted on civil rights issues, such as hate crimes, D.C. voting rights, and expanding children’s health insurance. Glenn Thrush looks at some of the main points from the report:
— All Senate Republicans got an F but two (Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins, Maine — they got C’s)
— All Senate Democrats and Independents got A’s, B’s or Incompletes
— Senator Arlen Specter, R-to-D-Penn., got a B
— All House Republicans but 6 got an F — 5 of those 6 got D’s — 1 got a C: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida. — House Republicans scored the lowest of an sub group.
— All BUT 23 House Democrats got A’s, B’s or Incompletes
— All Congressman who scored a 100% were Democrats
— Of the CBC Members ALL but 2 got A’s, Rep. Artur Davis, D-Ala., who is moderating his stances in prep for a gubernatorial run, got a B.