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When people in Washington want to solve a problem, they turn to the senior United States Senator from Maine, Susan Collins. First elected in 1996, Senator Collins has earned a national reputation as an effective legislator who works across party lines to seek consensus on our nation’s most important issues. For the past seven consecutive years, Senator Collins has ranked as the most bipartisan member of the U.S. Senate by the Lugar Center and Georgetown University.

 Senator Collins ranks eleventh in Senate seniority and is the most senior Republican woman.  She serves on the Appropriations Committee, and she is the Ranking Member of the Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee.  She also serves on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee; the Aging Committee; and the Intelligence Committee.

 Known for her Maine work ethic, Senator Collins has never missed a vote in her 24 years in office.  In June 2019, she cast her 7,000th consecutive roll call vote.  She holds the longest perfect voting record in the history of the U.S. Senate.

 Senator Collins is recognized as a skillful legislator, which is one reason why Elle magazine named her one of the most powerful women in Washington.  Her record demonstrates significant legislative accomplishments in such critical areas as homeland security, national defense, disaster response, education, business development, health care, and issues of particular interest to our nation’s seniors.  Along with Senator Joe Lieberman, Senator Collins authored a major overhaul of our nation’s intelligence community after the September 11th attacks, improving its effectiveness while protecting civil liberties. She was also the lead Republican in the successful effort to repeal the discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law in December 2010.   Senator Collins is the founder of the Common Sense Coalition, a bipartisan group of senators who wrote the framework of the plan that ended the 16-day government shutdown in October 2013 as well as the shutdown in February 2018. 

  1. Rate her overall performance as an elected official

    1. Totally Disapprove. She's Terrible
    2. I really don't care... I'm Neutral
    3. I approve! She's doing a great job.
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  2. She properly represents my views on Abortion Rights

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  3. She properly represents my views on Balancing the Budget

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  4. She properly represents my views on the Gun Rights (2nd Amendment)

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  5. She properly represents my views on Military & Defense Spending

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  6. She properly represents my views on the Economy

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  7. She properly represents my views on Education

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  8. She properly represents my views on Healthcare

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  9. She properly represents my position on Immigration

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  10. She properly represents my views on Energy Policy

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  11. She properly represents my views on Environmental matters

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  12. She properly represents my views on Crime and Law Enforcement

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
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    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  13. She properly represents my views on National Security

    1. Nope! She doesn't get me
    2. Meh. Whatever, don't care
    3. Yep! She totally gets me
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  14. If She runs for office again, I would vote for her

    1. Uhhh, No chance!
    2. Heck Yeah!
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