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Jim Wilson's Ratings and Endorsements

Business and Consumers

2012 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 56%
2012 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 52%
2011-2012 Oklahoma National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 38%
2011 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 51%
2011 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 52%
2010 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 5%
2010 Research Institute for Economic Development - Lifetime Score 36%
2009 OKWatchdog - Positions on Consumer and Patient Advocacy 90%
2009 Research Institute for Economic Development - Cumulative Score 43%
2008 Oklahoma Center for Consumer and Patient Safety - Positions 83%
2008 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 28%
2007 Oklahoma Center for Consumer and Patient Safety - Positions on Consumer and Patient Advocacy 88
2007 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 74
2006 Oklahoma National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 67%
2006 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 75
2005 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 56
2004 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 28
2002 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 75
2001-2002 Oklahoma National Federation of Independent Business - Positions 43%
2001 Research Institute for Economic Development - Positions on Pro-Business Policy 72

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

1999-2002 Gay Rights Information - Positions on LGBT Rights 0%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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