Senator Margaret Hassan


photo of Senator Margaret Hassan
Party:Democratic
State:New Hampshire
Joined the Senate:2017
Left the Senate:Incumbent (term ends 2023)
Birth Date:February 27, 1958
Phone:202-224-3324
Contact:Web form
URL:Official site
Fundraising History:Open Secrets
Election History:Ballotpedia
Biography:Wikipedia


Summary of voting record: Senator Hassan opposes financial sector regulation and supports consumer protection, gun control, public health, internet freedom, racial equality, women's rights.
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Voting Record: Margaret Hassan


Favors
the middle class
50% of the time
 
 
Economics scale
 
Favors
the wealthy
50% of the time


 
Favors
broad civil rights
100% of the time
 
 
Social Policy scale
 
Favors
narrow civil rights
0% of the time


 

Specific Policy Areas


supports
Racial Equality
100% of the time
 
Racial Equality scale
Title: Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 roll call s141)
Vote: Aye (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2018-06-28 Weight: 2
Scoring explanation: Improving access to agricultural programs for minority and other under-served populations.

Title: Rescinding CFPB rule that extended anti-discrimination protections to auto loans (2018 roll call s76)
Vote: Nay (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2018-04-18 Weight: 3

supports
Women's Rights
100% of the time
 
Women's Rights scale
Title: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (2018 roll call s25)
Vote: Nay (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2018-01-29 Weight: 6
Scoring explanation: Prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks except in very narrow circumstances such as a case of incest that had been reported the law enforcement, cases of rape where the woman received medical treatment for the rape and cases where the pregnancy poses particular kinds of threats to the life of the mother, but prohibits abortion in other cases of rape, incest or threat to the life of the mother.

supports
Internet Freedom
100% of the time
 
Internet Freedom scale
Title: Nullifying FCC rule that prevented ISPs from selling usage data (2017 roll call s94)
Vote: Nay (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-03-23 Weight: 8

Title: Nullifying FCC rule that eliminated net neutrality (2018 roll call s97)
Vote: Aye (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2018-05-16 Weight: 10

supports
Public Health
100% of the time
 
Public Health scale
Title: Amendment to allow Americans to buy prescription drugs from Canada (2017 roll call s20)
Vote: Aye (increases score) Type: amendment Date: 2017-01-11 Weight: 4

supports
Consumer Protection
100% of the time
 
Consumer Protection scale
Title: Amendment to allow Americans to buy prescription drugs from Canada (2017 roll call s20)
Vote: Aye (increases score) Type: amendment Date: 2017-01-11 Weight: 2

supports
Gun Control
100% of the time
 
Gun Control scale
Title: Resolution to block measures to prevent the mentally ill from buying firearms (2017 roll call s66)
Vote: Nay (increases score) Type: passage Date: 2017-02-15 Weight: 8

supports
Financial Sector Regulation
0% of the time
 
Financial Sector Regulation scale
Title: Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (2018 roll call s54)
Vote: Aye (decreases score) Type: passage Date: 2018-03-14 Weight: 1
Scoring explanation: Providing for a modest lessening of regulation of the financial sector, but including some consumer protection compromises.



Updated: July 22, 2018Methodology


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