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John Zerwas's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State House (TX) - District 28, Republican

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

2013 Equality Texas - Positions 29%

Socially Conservative

2013 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 54%
2013 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 54%
2013 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 59%
2013 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 40%
2013 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 59%
2013 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 40%
2012 Texas Conservative Roundtable - Positions 96%
2012 Texas Conservative Roundtable - Positions 96%
2011 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 36%
2011 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 36%
2011 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 66%
2011 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 66%
2011 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 60%
2011 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 60%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Other Conservative Issues Score 61%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Total Score 67%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Total Score 67%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Social Issues 67%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Social Issues 67%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Economic Issues 71%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Economic Issues 71%
2009 Heritage Alliance - Other Conservative Issues Score 61%
2009 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 67%
2009 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 67%
2009 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 61%
2009 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions 61%
2009 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 69%
2009 Young Conservatives of Texas - Lifetime Score 69%
2007 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Conservative Issues 87
2007 Heritage Alliance - Positions on Conservative Issues 87
2007 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 72%
2007 Texas Eagle Forum - Positions 72%
2007 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions on Conservative Issues 77
2007 Young Conservatives of Texas - Positions on Conservative Issues 77

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