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Mike Morrell's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State Senate (CA) - District 23, Republican

Arts, Entertainment, and History

2011-2012 California Park and Recreation Society - Positions 67%

Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Womens Issues 74%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Womens Issues 81%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on African Americans 75%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Latino Issues 19%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on LGBT 67%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Economic Justice 47%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Economic Justice 68%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on People of Color 29%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on People of Color 63%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Overall Positions (House Only) 46%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on LGBT 25%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on HIV/AIDS 43%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on African Americans 29%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions 46%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Asians and Pacific Islanders 75%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Asians and Pacific Islanders 22%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Native Americans 83%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Latino Issues 75%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on HIV/AIDS 43%
2011 California Communities United Institute - Positions 29
2011 Republican Liberty Caucus of California - Overall Score 83%
2011 Republican Liberty Caucus of California - Civil Liberties Score 79%
2011 Republican Liberty Caucus of California - Economic Liberties Score 87%

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on HIV/AIDS 43%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions 46%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Overall Positions (House Only) 46%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Womens Issues 81%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Womens Issues 74%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on People of Color 63%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on People of Color 29%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on HIV/AIDS 43%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Economic Justice 68%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Economic Justice 47%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Latino Issues 19%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on LGBT 67%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on LGBT 25%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on African Americans 75%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on African Americans 29%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Asians and Pacific Islanders 75%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Asians and Pacific Islanders 22%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Native Americans 83%
2013 California Communities United Institute - Positions on Latino Issues 75%
2013 Equality California - Positions 0%
2012 Equality California - Positions 0%
2011 California Communities United Institute - Positions 29
2011 Equality California - Positions 0%

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Keep in mind that ratings done by special interest groups often do not represent a non-partisan stance. In addition, some groups select votes that tend to favor members of one political party over another, rather than choosing votes based solely on issues concerns. Nevertheless, they can be invaluable in showing where an incumbent has stood on a series of votes in the past one or two years, especially when ratings by groups on all sides of an issue are compared. Website links, if available, and descriptions of the organizations offering performance evaluations are accessible by clicking on the name of the group.

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