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Rep. Mark Sanford

Full Name:  Marshall Clement Sanford Jr.
Office: S.C. 1st District, U.S. House of Representatives
Party: Republican
Sworn into Office: May 15, 2013
Next Election:  Nov. 4, 2014
Salary: $174,000.00
Committees: Homeland Security
  Transportation and Infrastructure

Key Votes:

Date: Issue: Vote:
Oct. 2013 Re-open Government, Raise Debt Ceiling No
Sept. 2013 Fund Government, defund Obamacare
Yes
June 2013 FARM Bill
No
June 2013 Ban Abortion after 20 Weeks in D.C. Yes

Recent Travel Documents:

Date Destination Paid for by
Aug. 2013 Israel American Israel Education Foundation
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