Illinois' November 2, 2004 General Election
-All incumbents except Rep. Crane won-
|U.S. Senate Open Seat||Barack Obama (D) - NO! Failed to answer questionnaire. HumaneUSA PAC Endorsed. WON
Alan Keys (R)
|1st District||Incumbent Bobby Rush (D) - NO, 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|2nd District||**Incumbent Jesse Jackson Jr. (D) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|3rd District Open Seat||Ryan Chlada (R)
Dan Lipinski (D) - WON
|4th District||Incumbent Luis Gutierrez (D) - NO, 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|5th District||Incumbent Rahm Emanuel (D) -NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|6th District||**Incumbent Henry Hyde (R) - Inconsistent voting record|
|7th District||**Incumbent Danny Davis (D) - NO, 56-75% Animal Extremist Voter|
|8th District||Incumbent Phil Crane (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED - LOST|
|9th District||Incumbent Jan Schakowsky (D) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist Voter|
|10th District||Incumbent Mark Kirk (R) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|11th District||**Incumbent Jerry Weller (R) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|12th District||**Incumbent Jerry Costello (D) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|13th District||**Incumbent Judy Biggert (D) - NO, 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|14th District||Incumbent Denny Hastert (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|15th District||Incumbent Tim Johnson (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|16th District||Incumbent Don Munzullo (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|17th District||Incumbent Lane Evans (D) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|18th District||Incumbent Ray Hood (R) - Modestly improved voting record|
|19th District||Incumbent John Shimkus (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
Springfield politicians consistently sponsoring and supporting animal rightist legislation.
Underlined Senators and all House members stand for reelection in 2004.
* Denotes legislators also voting "No" or "Pass" on the 2004 Hunting Heritage Act.
Senator Don Harmon (D-39) chairs the new Illinois Senate Dog and Cat Population Control Advisory Committee, which seeks pet owner funding of the spay-neuter provisions of ASPCA/HSUS's HB184, perhaps the worst pet owner bill ever passed in the U.S.
U.S. House members voting against hunters and state game departments are shown in italics.
** Denotes professed sportsmen supporters.