Senator Kevin Lundberg's Special Interest Group Ratings

Biographical

Full Name: Kevin Lundberg
Current Office: State Senate - District 15, Republican
First Elected: 01/15/2009
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State Senate - District 15
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary June 24, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Sandy; 3 Children: Scott, Laura, Christy
Birth Date: 07/29/1952
Birth Place: Denver, CO
Home City: Berthoud, CO
Religion: Baptist
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Budget, Spending and Taxes

2013 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2013 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2013 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 83% 2013 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 83% 2012 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2012 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2012 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 82% 2012 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 82% 2011 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 89% 2011 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 89% 2010 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 96% 2010 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 96% 2009 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2009 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2008 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 78% 2008 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 78% 2007 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 96% 2007 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 96% 2006 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 88% 2006 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 88% 2005 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2005 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2004 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2004 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2003 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2003 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88%

Government Operations

2013 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2013 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2013 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 83% 2013 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 83% 2012 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2012 American Conservative Union (Colorado State Legislature) - Positions 100% 2012 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 82% 2012 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 82% 2011 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 89% 2011 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 89% 2010 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 96% 2010 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 96% 2009 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2009 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2008 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 78% 2008 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 78% 2007 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 96% 2007 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 96% 2006 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 88% 2006 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions on Tax Reduction 88% 2005 Colorado Public Interest Research Group - Positions 11% 2005 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2005 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2004 Colorado Public Interest Research Group - Positions 25% 2004 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2004 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 91% 2003 Colorado Public Interest Research Group - Positions 33% 2003 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88% 2003 Colorado Union of Taxpayers - Positions 88%

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