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Timothy 'Tim' R. Miley's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State House (WV) - District 48, Democratic Speaker
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for State House - District 48
Margaret Bailey
(Running)
Republican
Diana Bartley
(Running)
Republican
Danny Hamrick
(Running)
Republican
Richard Iaquinta
(Running)
Democratic
Joe Shaffer
(Running)
Democratic
Patsy Trecost IV
(Running)
Democratic
Theresa Waxman
(Running)
Republican

Conservative

2010 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 20%
2010 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Family Values 14%
2010 West Virginia Family Foundation - Positions 14%
2009 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 0%
2009 West Virginia Family Foundation - Positions 0%
2008 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 20%
2008 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Family Values 36%
2008 West Virginia Family Foundation - Positions 36%
2007 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 0%
2007 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Family Values 30%
2007 West Virginia Family Foundation - Positions 30%
2006 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Conservative Issues 83
2006 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 11.1%
2005 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 0%
2005 West Virginia Family Foundation - Positions 71%
2001-2009 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Taxpayer Issues 9%
2001-2009 West Virginia Family Foundation - Cumulative Score 41%
2001-2008 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Family Values Cumulative Score 50%
2001-2008 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Taxpayer Issues Cumulative Score 11.1%
2001-2007 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Positions on Family Values 57%
2001-2007 West Virginia Conservatives Online - Taxpayer Scorecard Cumulative 4%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

Project Vote Smart displays all known interest group ratings for each candidate and official, regardless of issue or bias.

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