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 Rep J.D. Hayworth (R) AZ-05 Defeated
Rep Richard Pombo (R) CA-11 Defeated
Rep Bob Beauprez (R) CO-Governor Defeated
Rep Katherine Harris (R) FL-Senate Defeated
Sen Jim Talent (R) MO-Senate Defeated
Sen Conrad Burns (R) MT-Senate Defeated
Rep Heather Wilson (R) NM-01 Victory
Rep Charles Taylor (R) NC-11 Defeated
Rep Deborah Pryce (R) OH-15 Victory
Rep Dan Boren (D) OK-02 Victory
Sen Rick Santorum (R) PA-Senate Defeated
Sen George Allen (R) VA-Senate Defeated
Rep Bob Ney (R) OH-18 Defeated
Rep Tom DeLay (R) TX-22 Defeated
Rep Henry Cuellar (D) TX-28 (Primary) Victory

Below are the announcements of the 2006 Dirty Dozen members.

LCV Names Former U.S. Rep. Bob Schaffer to 2008 "Dirty Dozen"
01/24/08

LCV Names Senator Inhofe and Rep. Knollenberg to 2008 "Dirty Dozen"
10/09/07

LCVAF Names Rep. Bob Beauprez, First Gubernatorial Candidate Ever, to 2006 "Dirty Dozen" List
09/27/06

LCVAF Names Senator George Allen to 2006 "Dirty Dozen"
09/21/06

LCVAF Names Rep. Deborah Pryce to 2006 "Dirty Dozen" List
09/21/06

LCVAF Names Rep. Dan Boren to 2006 "Dirty Dozen" List
09/21/06

LCVAF Announces Next Four Members of 2006 "Dirty Dozen"
09/21/06

LCVAF Names Rep. J.D. Hayworth to 2006 "Dirty Dozen" List
09/21/06

Voters Select North Carolina's Charles Taylor as 10th Member of "Dirty Dozen" in LCVAF Online Poll
09/14/06

LCVAF Enlists Blogs To Help Identify and Name New Member of 2006 "Dirty Dozen" List
09/07/06

LCVAF Names Next 7 "Dirty Dozen" Members
06/13/06

League of Conservation Voters Statement on Rep. Tom DeLay's Decision To Resign, Also Names Him to "Dirty Dozen"
04/04/06



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