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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Arkansas Citizens First Congress

2009 Environment Score

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
AR State House 14 Walls McCrary Democratic 78%
AR State House 16 James Word Democratic 89%
AR State House 17 Henry Wilkins IV Democratic 94%
AR State House 21 Terry Rice Republican 67%
AR State House 23 Ann Clemmer Republican 94%
AR State House 32 Allen Kerr Republican 78%
AR State House 35 John Edwards Democratic 89%
AR State House 36 Darrin Williams Democratic 78%
AR State House 41 Jim Nickels Democratic 89%
AR State House 42 Mark Perry Democratic 89%
AR State House 43 Davy Carter Republican 56%
AR State House 47 Jody Dickinson Democratic 89%
AR State House 59 Butch Wilkins Democratic 56%
AR State House 63 James McLean Democratic 89%
AR State House 68 Robert Dale Republican 78%
AR State House 71 Andrea Lea Republican 78%
AR State House 76 Denny Altes Republican 89%
AR State House 77 Stephanie Malone Republican 56%
AR State House 87 Jonathan Barnett Republican 100%
AR State House 90 Les Carnine Republican 89%
AR State House 92 Mary Slinkard Republican 89%
AR State House 94 Debra Hobbs Republican 56%
AR State House 96 Duncan Baird Republican 78%
AR State House 98 John Burris Republican 78%
AR State House 100 Karen Hopper Republican 100%
AR State Senate 3 Cecile Bledsoe Republican 89%
AR State Senate 4 Uvalde Lindsey Democratic 100%
AR State Senate 5 Bryan King Republican 28%
AR State Senate 7 Jon Woods Republican 60%
AR State Senate 10 Larry Teague Democratic 83%
AR State Senate 12 Bruce Maloch Democratic 50%
AR State Senate 14 Bill Sample Republican 83%
AR State Senate 19 David Wyatt Democratic 89%
AR State Senate 20 Robert Thompson III Democratic 100%
AR State Senate 24 Keith Ingram Democratic 80%
AR State Senate 25 Stephanie Flowers Democratic 89%
AR State Senate 26 Eddie Cheatham Democratic 89%
AR State Senate 27 Bobby Pierce Democratic 89%
AR State Senate 28 Jonathan Dismang Republican 100%
AR State Senate 31 Joyce Elliott Democratic 100%
AR State Senate 32 David Johnson Democratic 100%
AR State Senate 34 Jane English Republican 78%
AR Secretary of State Mark Martin Republican 80%
Bill Abernathy 70%
Pam Adcock 100%
Fred Allen 80%
Gilbert Baker 89%
Tommy Baker 78%
Monty Betts 89%
Nancy Blount 89%
Paul Bookout 89%
Toni Bradford 89%
Steve Breedlove 89%
Shane Broadway 89%
Jerry Brown 89%
Steve Bryles 94%
Mike Burris 67%
John Paul Capps 100%
Richard Carroll 89%
Joan Cash 89%
Steve Cole 78%
David Cook 89%
Eddie Cooper 90%
Larry Cowling 33%
Dawn Creekmore 100%
Jack Crumbly 89%
Monty Davenport 89%
Otis Davis 89%
David Dunn 80%
Curren Everett 89%
Steve Faris 94%
Ed Garner 78%
Billy Gaskill 78%
Nathan George 78%
Frank Glidewell 70%
Bobby Glover 89%
Rick Green 80%
Daniel Greenberg 89%
Clark Hall 89%
Willie Hardy 80%
Steve Harrelson 89%
Eddie Hawkins 90%
Kim Hendren 78%
Barbara Horn 89%
Jim House 89%
Johnny Hoyt 80%
Donna Hutchinson 67%
Barry Hyde 60%
Gene Jeffress 89%
Jimmy Jeffress 89%
Bob Johnson 94%
Johnny Key 100%
Ray Kidd 89%
Randy Laverty 100%
Wilhelmina Lewellen 70%
Larry Lovell 90%
John Lowery, Jr. 56%
James Luker 94%
Sue Madison 100%
W. Percy Malone 89%
Allen Maxwell 80%
Paul Miller 89%
Robert Moore, Jr. 89%
Barbara Nix 78%
George Overbey, Jr. 89%
Mike Patterson 89%
Tracy Pennartz 89%
David Powers 89%
Bill Pritchard 89%
Beverly Pyle 44%
Roy Ragland 89%
David Rainey 80%
Robert Reep 89%
Lance Reynolds 89%
Johnnie Roebuck 89%
J.R. Rogers 56%
Tiffany Rogers 89%
Mary Salmon 100%
R.D. Saunders 89%
Gene Shelby 89%
Garry Smith 89%
Lindsley Smith 100%
William Smith 89%
Tracy Steele 89%
Randy Stewart 89%
Tim Summers 56%
Jerry Taylor 89%
Sharon Trusty 94%
Linda Tyler 89%
Charolette Wagner 80%
Kathy Webb 100%
John Wells 70%
Ruth Whitaker 89%
James Wilkinson 89%

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.

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