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Bob Robson's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State House (AZ) - District 18, Republican

Employment and Affirmative Action

2014 Stonewall Democrats of Arizona - Positions 1%

Environment

2014 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation 6%
2013 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation 15%
2012 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation 0%
2011 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Lifetime Score 41%
2011 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 31%
2011 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation 0%
2008 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions on Environmental Conservation 55
2008 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F
2007 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 57%
2007 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation D
2006 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 45%
2006 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F
2005 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 58%
2005 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions 0%
2004 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 53%
2004 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F
2003 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 40%
2003 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F
2002 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 17%
2002 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F
2001 Arizona League of Conservation Voters - Positions 14%
2001 Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter - Positions on Environmental Conservation F

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