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John Kavanagh's Ratings and Endorsements

Office: State House (AZ) - District 23, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State Senate - District 23

Conservative

2013 Goldwater Institute - Positions 69%
2012 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Constitutional Government 79%
2012 Goldwater Institute - Total Score 86%
2012 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Education 93%
2012 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Regulation 71%
2012 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Tax and Budget 93%
2011 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Tax and Budget 86%
2011 Goldwater Institute - Total Score 65%
2011 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Education 93%
2011 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Constitutional Government 93%
2011 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Regulation 43%
2010 Goldwater Institute - Constitutional Government Score 73%
2010 Goldwater Institute - Tax and Budget Score 63%
2010 Goldwater Institute - Total Score 67%
2010 Goldwater Institute - Education Score 96%
2010 Goldwater Institute - Regulation Score 54%
2009 Goldwater Institute - Regulation Score 52%
2009 Goldwater Institute - Tax and Budget Score 81%
2009 Goldwater Institute - Constitutional Government Score 61%
2009 Goldwater Institute - Education Score 79%
2009 Goldwater Institute - Total Score 66%
2008 Americans for Prosperity - Arizona Chapter - Positions on Conservative Issues 89
2008 Goldwater Institute - Tax and Budget Score 70%
2008 Goldwater Institute - Positions on Conservative Issues 70
2008 Goldwater Institute - Education Score 77%
2008 Goldwater Institute - Regulation Score 65%
2008 Goldwater Institute - Constitutional Government Score 75%
2007 Goldwater Institute - Positions 53%

Employment and Affirmative Action

2014 Stonewall Democrats of Arizona - Positions 0%

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

2014 Stonewall Democrats of Arizona - Positions 0%

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