Search Form
First, enter a politician or zip code
Now, choose a category

Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: National Rifle Association

2010 Candidate Positions on Gun Rights

Issues: Guns
State Office District Name Party Rating
Carla Ascencio-Savola 0%
Kevin Burns 0%
Bart Carmichael 0%
Edward Case 0%
Elizabeth Coulson 0%
Johnny Ford 0%
Holly Galloway 0%
Jeremiah Guccione 0%
Jodi Guerin 0%
Albert Hamburg, Sr. 0%
Louis Irwin 0%
R.G. Kekich 0%
Alan Kelso 0%
John Labriola 0%
John Nash 0%
Joe Pishgar 0%
Ted Prezelski 0%
Curtis Richardson 0%
Richard Robb 0%
Ferdinand Salomon 0%
Mark Schulte 0%
John Self 0%
Mike Slaton 0%
Robert Tilford 0%
Chris Zachary 0%
Ann Adcook 8%
AZ State House 24 Chad Campbell Democratic 8%
Ron Schultz 8%
Andrew Zukowski 8%
Jack Allen 17%
Dave Aronberg 17%
James Austin 17%
Patricia Barbieri-Lightner 17%
Neil Billington 17%
D.J. DeRenzo 17%
Jorge Garcia 17%
Irvin Harrison 17%
A. Jones 17%
Alan Klein 17%
David Lujan 17%
Craig McCarthy 17%
John McGoff 17%
Paul Mezo 17%
Joseph Moreland, Jr. 17%
Jeff Paulin 17%
Jill Quigley 17%
Kevin Regan 17%
Paul Rogers 17%
Jim Ryan 17%
Rodney Smith 17%
Barry Wong 17%
Whilly Bermudez 33%
Brian Blair 33%
Cloves Campbell, Jr. 33%
Nancy Cardone 33%
James DeCocq 33%
Tony Japour 33%
Sheldon Klasfeld 33%
David Maymon 33%
Dora Olivo 33%
Ralph Rosado 33%
Tom Shellenberg 33%
Kathryn Starkey 33%
James Christopher Braswell 42%
Chad Crouch 42%
Dwaine Curran 42%
Elizabeth Ensley 42%
Don Godfrey 42%
Bill Haas 42%
Shawn Johnson 42%
Donald Jones 42%
Trey Joy 42%
IL State Senate 27 Matt Murphy Republican 42%
John Schwartz 42%
Leonard Steinman 42%
Joseph St. Pierre 42%
Randy Surline 42%
AZ State House 23 Michelle Ugenti Republican 42%
Jim Wilson 42%
Ronald Witt 42%
Daniel Blake 50%
Al Faulstich, Sr. 50%
Aaron Jahneke 50%
Al Lawson, Jr. 50%
Denise Barnhill 58%
IN Council Member Ward 2 Richard Hardaway 58%
Barbara Harmon-Schamberger 58%
John Lim 58%
Brose McVey 58%
Charles Scoma 58%
Adam Andrzejewski 67%
Glenn Bailey 67%
Beverly Barber 67%
Bruce Barilla 67%
Michael Blaire 67%
Stephen Bryant 67%
Al Edwards 67%
Adam Futrell 67%
Lee Anne Gills 67%
Douglas Harrington 67%
Sue Hewitt 67%
Cathy Hinson 67%
Scott Hughes 67%
Delwin Jones 67%
Joshua Kowert 67%
Ryan Lambert 67%
Brenda McCants 67%
Bill McCollum 67%
Patrick McGeehan 67%
Vernon Messer 67%
Patrick Murphy 67%
Randall Rapp 67%
Lorraine Rea 67%
Philip Skinner 67%
Thomas Stephens 67%
Gene Taliercio 67%
James Taylor 67%
Frank Thompson 67%
Phillip Troyer 67%
Chuck Williams 67%
Ronald Young 67%
David Zellers 67%
IN Council Member At-Large Art Anderson 75%
Suzanne Bassi 75%
WY State House 53 Gregg Blikre Republican 75%
Ron Boger 75%
Joelle Davis 75%
Gary Dunn 75%
William Easterling, Jr. 75%
Ted Ellis 75%
Michael Farrar 75%
Jim Francis 75%
J. Jednoralski 75%
Bill Konopnicki 75%
David Miller 75%
Abe Munfakh 75%
Roger Obrist 75%
Timothy O'Donnell 75%
Scott Perkinson 75%
Alma Aguado 83%
Jim Barnett 83%
Craig Barton 83%
Jean Berkey 83%
Shawnna Bolick 83%
Marilyn Boyd 83%
Noel Campbell 83%
Phil Christopherson 83%
Jacqueline Clements 83%
Michael Coskun 83%
Janice Davis 83%
William Dear 83%
Steve Emert 83%
Harry Freeman 83%
D. Goforth 83%
Bob Green 83%
James Herford 83%
KS State Board of Education 6 Deena Horst Republican 83%
WY State House 42 Lynn Hutchings Republican 83%
Ronald Justice 83%
Jay Kleberg 83%
Shawn Kohner 83%
Ronald Leadbetter 83%
Marian Ann McClure 83%
Harold Mohlman 83%
Dusti Morris 83%
Robert Morris, Jr. 83%
Roy Oeser 83%
Robert Palmer 83%
Lindsay Patterson 83%
SD State House 21 Lee Qualm Republican 83%
Rick Robinson 83%
Matt Sakalosky 83%
Parralee Schneider 83%
Blake Waldrop 83%
Ron West 83%
Lori Wiersma 83%
Denny Worman 83%
Brad Aborn 92%
Keith Alexander 92%
Jason Allen 92%
Allen Alley 92%
Ronald Alligood 92%
Karl Allred 92%
Frank Amador 92%
Jerry Amante 92%
Kevin Ambler 92%
Kyle Amos 92%
David Andrews 92%
Frank Angotti, Jr. 92%
Arthur Argenio 92%
Janice Arnold-Jones 92%
Joseph Ashby 92%
Chevon Baccus 92%
Jason J. Bagnell 92%
Geoff Bailey 92%
R. Bain 92%
James Baker 92%
Jack Ballard 92%
Michael Banks 92%
Allen Barker 92%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

Keep in mind that ratings done by special interest groups often do not represent a non-partisan stance. In addition, some groups select votes that tend to favor members of one political party over another, rather than choosing votes based solely on issues concerns. Nevertheless, they can be invaluable in showing where an incumbent has stood on a series of votes in the past one or two years, especially when ratings by groups on all sides of an issue are compared. Website links, if available, and descriptions of the organizations offering performance evaluations are accessible by clicking on the name of the group.

Most performance evaluations are displayed in a percentage format. However, some organizations present their ratings in the form of a letter grade or endorsement based on voting records, interviews, survey results and/or sources of campaign funding. For consistency and ease in understanding, Project Vote Smart converts all scores into a percentage when possible. Please visit the group's website or call 1-888-VOTESMART for more specific information.

Skip to top
Back to top