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Kevin Van De Wege's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State House (WA) - 24 Position 1, Democratic Majority Whip
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for State Senate - District 24

Business and Consumers

2015 Association of Washington Business - Positions 31%
2015 Association of Washington Business - Lifetime Score 38%
2015 Association of Washington Business - Labor Score 100%
2014 Associated General Contractors of Washington - Positions 33%
2014 Association of Washington Business - Labor Score 90%
2014 Association of Washington Business - Lifetime Score 39%
2014 Association of Washington Business - Positions 21%
2013-2014 Washington National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 10%
2013 Association of Washington Business - Labor Score 84%
2013 Association of Washington Business - Positions 50%
2013 Association of Washington Business - Lifetime Score 41%
2012 Association of Washington Business - Positions 38%
2011-2012 Washington National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 20%
2011 Association of Washington Business - Positions 64%
2010 Association of Washington Business - Positions 27%
2010 Association of Washington Business - Lifetime Score 34%
2009-2010 Washington National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 8%
2009 Association of Washington Business - Positions 42%
2008 Association of Washington Business - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 35
2007-2008 Washington National Federation of Independent Business - Positions on Pro-Small Business Policy 42
2007 Association of Washington Business - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 32
2007 Building Industry Association of Washington - Housing Industry Advocacy Score 29
2007 JobMakers - Job Creation Score 25%

Employment and Affirmative Action

2007 JobMakers - Job Creation Score 25%

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