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  Wayne Allard - Congresspedia
Allard was born in Fort Collins, Colorado on December 2, 1943 and raised on a ranch near Walden, Colorado.
Allard served in the House of Representatives from Colorado's Fourth Congressional District from 1991 to 1996, when he was elected to the Senate.
In 1996, Allard ran for and won a Senate seat and in January 2003, Allard accepted an assignment by Senate Majority Whip Mitch McConnell to serve as a Deputy Majority Whip.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Wayne_Allard   (1093 words)

  Wayne Allard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alan Wayne Allard (born December 2, 1943) is a United States Senator from Colorado and a member of the Republican Party.
Allard was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and raised on a ranch near Walden, Colorado.
Allard served in the United States House of Representatives from Colorado's Fourth Congressional District from 1991 to 1996, when he was elected to the United States Senate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wayne_Allard   (592 words)

 U.S. Senator Wayne Allard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Wayne Allard: I would support it provided that we had some firm commitments to change their economic policies to allow for free enterprise to flourish in their countries.
Wayne Allard: I think that the appropriate role is to have the issue resolved in custody court, and I support granting residency to Elian for that to happen.
Wayne Allard: I'm not sure whether they'll ever develop enough evidence to bring them to trial or not; that remains to be seen.
www.senate.gov /member/co/allard/general/features/s2220/washpost.html   (721 words)

 Colorado Senate Race   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Allard managed to dispatch his opponent, Tom Strickland, in 1996 by a narrow margin, and most recent polls show that Colorado voters are in for a close rematch this year.
Allard had supposedly led by 16 in a January poll that was mentioned, although as long ago as last June Democrats were highlighting state polls that showed the two in a statistical tie.
Allard has also helped to better position himself for this year's challenge with his policy of visiting each of the state's counties at least once a year, as well as holding plenty of town meetings.
www.evote.com /features/2002-04/040302colorado.asp   (976 words)

 Online NewsHour: The Colorado Senate Race -- Wayne Allard Biography
Allard was born in 1943 in Fort Collins, Colorado and raised on a ranch near the rural town of Walden.
Allard defends his record, saying it is up to the states to decide many of these issues.
Allard pointed to the fact that Colorado voters had already endorsed a similar law as proof it need not be a national issue.
www.pbs.org /newshour/vote2002/races/co_allard.html   (697 words)

 Allard shares views at meeting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Wayne Allard, R-Colo., avoided any talk about his campaign for the November 2002 vote, but on Friday in Durango he fielded a plethora of political ideas.
Allard also said he favored a reduction in capital-gains taxes, saying lowering the rate is one of the best things to do to jump-start a faltering economy.
Allard also said it might be appropriate to give tax credits to energy companies just starting out, but that most natural-gas companies had told him the market "feels right" without any taxpayer subsidies.
www.durangoherald.com /archives/1news5020.htm   (847 words)

 Wayne Allard News
U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., met Thursday with the Japanese Ambassador to personally request an immediate reopening of the Japanese market to U.S. beef, but he didn't express much optimism that it will...
U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard moved Thursday to block possible budget cuts at Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs, saying the command could be "gutted" by cost-saving moves.
The amendment [text], sponsored by Sen. Wayne Allard [official website] and co-sponsored by 29 others, defines marriage as "the union of a man and a woman." Committee members [list] approved the amendment 10-8,...
www.topix.net /us-senate/wayne-allard   (654 words)

 Wayne Allard: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Allard served in the United States House of Representatives[For more info, click on this link] from Colorado's Fourth Congressional District from 1991 to 1996, EHandler: no quick summary.
Allard is currently a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject].
Allard also was selected to serve on the Senate Budget Committee[For more facts and a topic of this subject, click this link].
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/w/wa/wayne_allard.htm   (697 words)

 Allard gets earful from gravel, monument foes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
WAYNE ALLARD (near the far right) poses Thursday with children and volunteers with the Helping Hands House of Cortez while the senator was on a visit to Dolores’ Joe Rowell Park.
Another woman asked why Allard supported wilderness designations, and Allard responded, "I work with local elected officials, and if they think that wilderness is beneficial to the local economy than we’ll work with you," said Allard, who introduced legislation in March to designate the Spanish Peaks in the San Isabel National Forest a wilderness area.
Allard told residents concerned about the gravel pits that it was a state and county manner and that gravel pits "have to be treated on an individual basis."
www.cortezjournal.com /archives/1news1594.htm   (664 words)

 American Conservative Union
Allard enthusiastically supports school vouchers, military spending and the death penalty; he just as enthusiastically opposes affirmative action, background checks at gun shows and a woman's right to choose an abortion.
Allard decided in sixth grade that he wanted to be a veterinarian, a logical path for a boy who grew up on a ranch in Walden, working with cattle and piling hay into perfect squares.
Allard happily joined into a summer of practical jokes when his daughters were in junior high.
www.conservative.org /pressroom/story_5.asp   (1498 words)

 United States Senator - Wayne Allard
U.S. Senator Wayne Allard is a Colorado veterinarian committed to cutting taxes, eliminating the deficit, returning power to state and local governments and assuring the security of America both at home and abroad.
Senator Allard is a member of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee, where he has worked to shape the nation’s spending priorities and to ensure that Colorado’s people and projects receive federal support where it is most needed.
Senator Allard served in the U.S. House of Representatives from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District from 1991 to 1996, when he was elected to the United States Senate.
allard.senate.gov /public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Biography.Home   (749 words)

 Wayne's World - Sierra Club
In the real world: Wayne Allard voted to use taxpayer money to reimburse hazardous waste polluters for their own cleanup costs.
In the real world: Wayne Allard opposed informing homebuyers of radon problems and providing them with information on protection from radon, a gas linked to lung cancer.
Wayne Allard might be an environmentalist in Wayne’s World, but in the real world he has failed to protect Colorado’s environment.
www.sierraclub.org /waynesworld   (407 words)

 9NEWS.com - @Issue   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Wayne is on the road so often he's been called the "travelin" man. It's a name he's proud of because as a citizen legislator, staying in touch with the people he represents is Wayne's most important responsibility.
Wayne was born in Fort Collins in 1943 and raised on a ranch near Walden.
Wayne is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee where he is the Ranking Member of the Strategic Subcommittee; the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee where he is the Ranking Member of the Housing and Transportation Subcommittee; the Senate Budget Committee; and the Senate Agriculture Committee.
www.9news.com /storyfull/decision-candidate.asp?id=6901   (509 words)

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) considers Colorado’s U.S. Senator Wayne Allard a legislative hero for his on-going willingness to stick his name on virtually any piece of legislation sought by the multi-million dollar animal rights and environmental activist group.
Senator Allard, a conservative during his days in the House of Representatives, is still a commodity that animal rights groups cherish: a Republican.
But, as eager as Allard is to do HSUS’ bidding, he also has the support of an NGO that is the antithesis to HSUS, namely, the National Rifle Association (NRA).
biotech.ifcnr.com /article.cfm?NewsID=338   (530 words)

 Project Vote Smart - Senator Allard - Interest Group Ratings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
For 2001-2002, the Concord Coalition gave Senator Allard a rating of 43 percent.
Fall 2004 Senator Allard supported the interests of the Conservative Index - The John Birch Society 100 percent in Fall 2004.
The Jews for Peace in Palestine and Israel assigned Senator Allard a score of -4.
www.vote-smart.org /issue_rating_category.php?can_id=H0632103   (9298 words)

 Sen. Wayne Allard (R): Dirty Dozen 2002
Senator Allard returns to the Dirty Dozen after six years of voting against the environment.   In fact, Wayne Allard cast one lone pro-environment vote during his entire Senate tenure -- in 39 chances.
Ozone, a primary component of smog, is also linked to increases in asthma attacks and other respiratory problems.  Children are the especially vulnerable to the effects of smog.  Allard also voted against the right of communities to know about their compliance with smog standards under the Clean Air Act.
Nevertheless, Allard twice voted for legislation that would make it more difficult for communities to curb sprawl, thus limiting their ability to control growth.  He voted for legislation requiring the federal government to pay landowners to comply with environmental laws and he supported legislation that would interfere with the ability of local government to limit growth.
lcv.org /campaigns/dirty-dozen/sen-wayne-allard-r-dirty-dozen-2002.html   (263 words)

 Sign The Pledge
The national Republican strategy to mislead voters about Social Security is on a real roll with Senator Wayne Allard, who, in a current ad, refutes Strickland’s charge that he supports privatization by claiming that that there has “never been a vote” on privatizing Social Security in the Senate.
Allard also voted in favor of an amendment that called for using the budget surplus to establish private accounts, and to reduce the Social Security tax in the same amount as the private accounts.  This would have the affect of replacing Social Security’s guaranteed benefits with income from risk-based private investments.
The Allard plan’s private investment accounts were mandatory.  Even workers who did not wish to take the risk of investing their own Social Security taxes would have been forced to do so – and would have been forced to go along with the cuts in guaranteed Social Security benefits that these investment accounts would require.
www.signthepledge.org /lies/readlie8.cfm   (847 words)

 Irregular Times Rating and Contact Information for Senator Wayne Allard of CO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Allard failed to oppose the Graham Amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act.
A score of 100 means that Senator Allard has acted to support 100% of a slate of conservative, wrongheaded policies in the 109th Congress.
Rather, Senator Allard cravenly accepted the bizarre notion that a man with an anti-constitutional record, and who is unwilling to share his point of view regarding the constitution, is worthy of being elevated to the position of Chief Justice.
www.irregularbin.com /senate/senAllardCO.html   (2346 words)

 Wayne's World - Sierra Club
Wayne Allard may think he's an environmentalist in Wayne's World, but in the real world we know the truth...
Senator Allard's campaign falsely claimed to the Denver Post that the Senator received an honorary membership from the Sierra Club.
Sierra Club's member service records show that while Senator Allard was the recipient of solicitation mail from the Sierra Club, he is not, and never has been a Sierra Club member, either through honorary membership or through paying any dues to the Sierra Club.
www.sierraclub.org /waynesworld/tenways.asp   (386 words)

 CNN.com - Allard re-elected in Colorado - Nov. 6, 2002
Wayne Allard, shown here with President Bush earlier this year, won re-election on Tuesday.
Allard won their 1996 match up 51 percent to 46 percent, and he did little since then to alienate voters.
Allard, a veterinarian, labeled Strickland a "millionaire-lawyer-lobbyist," while Strickland attacked Allard as voting outside the mainstream on issues like the environment and health care.
edition.cnn.com /2002/ALLPOLITICS/11/06/elec02.co.s.hotrace   (267 words)

 Wayne Allard Supports Torture | Democracy for Colorado
Wayne Allard, a Colorado Republican, was one of only 9 Senators who approves of such treatment.
Allard talked last year to Major General Anthony Taguba, who led the investigation into abuses at Abu Ghraib.
Despite this, Senator Allard believes that we should ignore the Geneva Convention and anger the world by continuing to torture and kill foreign nationals, although such cruelty has not led to any significant terrorist conviction.
democracyforcolorado.com /node/501   (333 words)

 Share and Discover Wayne Allard Bio, Pictures, News at BlinkBits.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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www.blinkbits.com /blinks/wayne_allard   (867 words)

 Wayne Allard | Congress votes database | washingtonpost.com
See how Wayne Allard voted on key votes -- the most important bills, nominations and resolutions that have come before Congress, as determined by washingtonpost.com.
Wayne Allard has voted with a majority of his Republican colleagues 92.4% of the time during the current Congress.
View Wayne Allard's official financial disclosure statements, which describe the sources, types and amounts of income earned in a given year.
projects.washingtonpost.com /congress/members/a000109   (664 words)

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