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Glading Blasts Andrews for Anti-Family Voting Record

October 29, 2010

Andrews Receives 0% Rating from FRC


Rob Andrews




First District Candidate Dale Glading (R-Barrington) today criticized Rep. Rob Andrews (D-Haddon Heights) for having one of the most anti-family voting records in the entire U.S. House of Representatives. Andrews recently received a zero rating from the Family Research Council based on his votes on 16 different issues critical to seniors, parents and children. The American Family Association also announced their congressional rankings this week, awarding Andrews a 5% rating. By comparison, Rep. Chris Smith (CD-4) and Rep. Frank LoBiondo (CD-2) received ratings of 94% and 83%, respectively. Even Rep. John Adler managed to outpace Andrews by earning a score of 16% from the AFA. 
“For the past 10 months, I have been telling families across South Jersey that Rob Andrews is not their friend,” Glading said. “Now, the two largest pro-family groups in America have validated my words and issued a similar warning.”

“Since he first came to Congress way back in 1990, Rob Andrews has consistently voted against seniors, parents, and school children,” continued Glading. “Instead, Mr. Andrews votes 99% of the time in lockstep with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco.”
“I think it’s high time that Congressman Andrews re-evaluated who he works for – Nancy Pelosi or the good people of South Jersey,” Glading concluded. “In the meantime, I call on Rob Andrews to apologize to South Jersey families for not putting them first before his out-of-control political ego.”


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