How Charles Taylor Votes! From Project Vote Smart

Representative Charles H. Taylor (NC)

Current Office: U.S. Representative
Current District: 11
Office Seeking: U.S. Representative
District Seeking: 11
First Elected: 11/06/1990
Last Elected: 11/02/2004
Next Election: 2006
Party: Republican

Veterans Issues
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2005 Representative Taylor supported the interests of the Disabled American Veterans 0 percent in 2005.
2004 Representative Taylor supported the interests of the Disabled American Veterans 0 percent in 2004.
2004 On the votes that the The Retired Enlisted Association considered to be the most important in 2004, Representative Taylor voted their preferred position 33 percent of the time.

Charles Taylor,The War on Terror & Hurricane Recovery

EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT FOR DEFENSE, THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR, AND HURRICANE RECOVERY, 2006 -- (House of Representatives - March 16, 2006)

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with me once information is provided from the Louisiana Army National Guard to make sure that these facilities are indeed rebuilt and repaired.

Mr. WALSH. Mr. Chairman, will the gentleman yield?
Mr. JINDAL. I yield to the gentleman from New York.

Mr. WALSH. Mr. Chairman, I thank the gentleman for yielding, and I appreciate his great concern for the National Guard facilities in the City of New Orleans and the State of Louisiana. We will continue to work on this issue as we move towards conference, and I am convinced we can resolve all the questions as we complete the work in the conference.

Charles Taylor on the Superfund

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2006 -- (House of Representatives - May 19, 2005)

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k the gentlemen from North Carolina (Mr. Taylor) and Washington (Mr. Dicks) for the $11 million Superfund increase in the committee-approved bill, but I believe more should be done.

[Page: H3639] GPO's PDF My amendment provides Superfund with an additional $130 million. This extra funding is offset from the EPA's Science and Technology Account which received $765 million in the committee-approved bill.

Does Taylor Have a Son in the Military?

Blame Paul on the Forum for this. He got me started. Does anyone know if Charles Taylor has a son in the Military? However ,I did acess their voteing records.

Charles Robert Taylor /Brevard
Election Label Election Desc Voted Method 11/02/2004 11/02/2004 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/05/2002 11/05/2002 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/07/2000 2000 GENERAL ABSENTEE 05/02/2000 2000 PRIMARY IN-PERSON

Bryan Taylor/Brevard
11/02/2004 11/02/2004 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/05/2002 11/05/2002 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/07/2000 2000 GENERAL ABSENTEE

Owen Taylor/Brevard
11/02/2004 11/02/2004 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/05/2002 11/05/2002 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/07/2000 2000 GENERAL ABSENTEE 11/03/1998 1998 GENERAL Legacy

From Heath Shuler on Minimum Wage

“In North Carolina, the state Democratic Party complained that Rep. Charles Taylor (R-N.C.), "one of the richest members of Congress, ... cares little for those at the bottom of the economic ladder." Taylor voted against raising the minimum wage as a member of the House Appropriations Committee on two occasions.”(Chicago Tribune, June 22, 2006)

Friends, I wanted to write to you today to make sure you heard that within the past week Charles Taylor voted twice against raising the federal minimum wage.

Since the last minimum wage increase, over nine years ago, Congress has seen its salaries RISE by nearly $35,000. That’s more than what a person working full time at minimum wage makes in three years…in RAISES ALONE!

Barry Saunders on the Men Who Would Beat Nifong

Barry Saunders shows why he has a paying gig as a columnist for the N&O and I don't by covering in his column today pretty much the ground that I covered here yesterday, and doing a much better job of it. It's a good column in substance and tone, and confirms what I thought—that Monks and Cheek have nothing going for them but the fact that they're not Mike Nifong.

I do have one tiny (very tiny) quibble with the column, though. Saunders wrote:

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