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Albio Sires
110th leadership None +
American Conservative Union 2007 score 0  +
Americans for Democratic Action 2007 agreement ratio 19/20 +
Americans for Democratic Action 2007 score 95 +
Americans for Democratic Action 2008 agreement ratio 18/20 +
Americans for Democratic Action 2008 score 90 +
Congressional address 2342 Rayburn House Office Building  +
Current office U.S. House of Representatives  +
DOB 26 January 1951  +
District 08  +
District 1 fax 201-222-0188  +
District 2 fax 201-617-2809  +
District 3 fax 732-969-9167  +
District 4 fax 201-858-7139  +
District office 1 address 35 Journal Square, Suite 906, Jersey City, NJ 07306  +
District office 1 phone 201-222-2828  +
District office 2 address 5500 Palisades Avenue, Suite A, West New York, NJ 07093  +
District office 2 phone 201-558-0800  +
District office 3 address 100 Cooke Avenue, 2nd Floor, Carteret, N.J. 07008  +
District office 3 phone 732-969-9160  +
District office 4 address Bayonne City Hall, 630 Avenue C, Room 4, Bayonne, N.J. 07002  +
District office 4 phone 201-823-2900  +
District short 8  +
Fax 202-226-0792  +
First elected 7 November 2006  +
First name Albio  +
Freshman No +
Full party name Democratic +
Full state name New Jersey +
Govtrack id 412186  +
Last name Sires  +
Middle name M. +
Next election 4 November 2008  +
Party D  +
Phone 202-225-7919  +
Previous political work Mayor  + , West New York; New Jersey General Assembly  +
State NJ  +
Term start 13 November 2006  +
Title Rep  +
Twitter ID Rep_Albio_Sires  +
U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2007 agreement ratio 11/20 +
U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2007 score 55 +
Webform email https://forms.house.gov/sires/webforms/issue_subscribe.htm  +
Website http://sires.house.gov  +
YouTubeID http://youtube.com/RepSiresNJ13  +
Has improper value forThis property is a special property in this wiki. American Conservative Union 2007 agreement ratio  + , District office coordinates  +
Categories Congresspedia  + , Members of the U.S. House of Representatives  + , Members of Congress  + , 2006 challenger  + , 2006 winners of open congressional seats  + , Freshman members of the 110th Congress  + , Members of U.S. House of Representatives  + , Members of the U.S. Congress from New Jersey  + , Democratic Party (USA)  + , Politicians  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 9 April 2009 22:02:31  +
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