Washington, D.C. - For the seventh time, The American Conservative Union today named Representative Thaddeus G. McCotter (MI) a winner of the American Conservative Union Ratings Award for 2010, which requires an ACU rating of 80 or above for 2010; and recognizes recipients' commitment to liberty, personal responsibility, traditional virtues, and national security.
“I thank the ACU for their award; and for all they do to preserve and promote Americans' liberty, sovereignty, security, prosperity, and cherished way of life.”
The ACU scored Congress on 24 House votes in 2010, including health care reconciliation, ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ repeal, campaign finance disclosure, and financial regulatory overhaul. To view a complete list of 2010 U.S. House vote descriptions, please click here.
The ACU, the nation’s largest grassroots conservative organization, was founded in 1964 and serves as the umbrella organization for conservatives in America.