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This summer, 2011, Rep. Gwen Moore and local democrats sponsored a rally that originally was billed as “Jobs Not War”. Here is a sampling of the military voting record of some of the congresspersons present and a few others.

Voting Record on No More War Spending

‘’‘2 points for each No More War Spending Votes on 5 war spending bills. Perfect Score 10.
‘’‘
Rep. Kucinich 10; Rep. Lee 8: Rep. Sensebrenner 8; Rep. Baldwin 6 Rep. Grijelva 4; Rep. Schakowsky 2; Representative Moore 1/2

Everyone is for more jobs but on a few vote No on More War Spending Records. Here are the No More War Spending Records for those Representatives that will rally tomorrow night and those that were going to be there. I also added for these five votes the records of Rep. Dennis Kuicinch who has a perfect record saying No to War Spending and our local Repubican representative Rep.Sensenbrenner

No More War Spending Record

1. To limit the use of funds to support NATO Operation Unified Protector with respect to Libya - Vote Failed (180–238, 13 Not Voting)

House Resolution 2378
To limit the use of funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for United States Armed Forces in support of North Atlantic Treaty Organization Operation Unified Protector with respect to Libya, unless otherwise specifically authorized by law
Lee Grijelva. Schakowsky Moore Sensenbrenner Kucinich Baldwin
Yes No No No No Yes No

2. Libya Troop Withdrawal - Vote Failed

(148–265, 19 Not Voting)
The House failed to pass this resolution

that would have forced the withdrawal of

U.S. combat forces from Libya within 15 days.

10 Million of Day on this war

Lee Grijelva Schakowsky Moore Sensenbrenner Kucinich Baldwin

Yes Yes N0 NV Yes Yes Yes

3. Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009

 Vote Passed (226–202, 6 Not Voting)
The House approved this bill funding the wars
 in Afghanistan and Iraq.  06/16/11

Lee Grijelva Schakowsky Moore Sensenbrenner Kucinich Balwin
No No Yes Yes No No No


4. Pakistan Enduring Assistance and Cooperation Enhancement (PEACE) Act - t 6/11/09

included major military spending for Pakistan.

 H.R. 1866 was passed by House on 234–185 vote

Lee Grijelva Schakowsky Moore Sensenbrenner Kucinich Balwin
Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes

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