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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Research Institute for Economic Development

2007 Positions on Pro-Business Policy

State Office District Name Party Rating
OK Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb Republican 80
OK State House 6 Chuck Hoskin Democratic 83
OK State House 11 Earl Sears Republican 100
OK State House 14 George Faught Republican 85
OK State House 15 Ed Cannaday Democratic 70
OK State House 17 Brian Renegar Democratic 74
OK State House 25 Todd Thomsen Republican 100
OK State House 31 Jason Murphey Republican 46
OK State House 41 John Enns Republican 86
OK State House 46 Scott Martin Republican 100
OK State House 74 Dale Derby Republican 90
OK State House 77 Eric Proctor Democratic 80
OK State House 79 Weldon Watson Republican 100
OK State House 83 Randy McDaniel Republican 91
OK State House 94 Scott Inman Democratic 86
OK State Senate 16 John Sparks Democratic 68
OK State Senate 24 Anthony Sykes Republican 45
OK State Senate 32 Randy Bass Democratic 76
OK State Senate 36 Bill Brown Republican 55
OK State Senate 38 Mike Schulz Republican 91
OK State Senate 48 Anastasia Pittman Democratic 70
OK Commissioner 2 Mike Thompson 99
OK Commissioner 3 Ron Peters 100
OK Treasurer Ken Miller Republican 80
Tom Adelson 79
Dennis Adkins 99
Cliff Aldridge 67
Patrick Anderson 91
Don Armes 99
John Auffet 71
Roger Ballenger 70
Gary Banz 85
Don Barrington 93
Chris Benge 92
Scott BigHorse 70
Lisa Billy 91
Brian Bingman 100
Gus Blackwell 90
David Braddock 70
Cliff Branan 92
Neil Brannon 74
Randy Brogdon 29
Mike Brown 59
Sean Burrage 75
John Wayne Carey 71
Lance Cargill 100
Harry Coates, Jr. 87
Glenn Coffee 97
Wallace Collins 53
Ann Coody 100
Marian Cooksey 90
Kenneth Corn 68
James Covey 77
Doug Cox 85
Brian Crain 98
Johnnie Crutchfield 87
David Dank 92
Lee Denney 100
Dale DeWitt 84
Joe Dorman 77
Rex Duncan 73
Mary Easley 63
Judy Eason McIntyre 58
Jerry Ellis 75
John Ford 95
Earl Garrison 70
Darrell Gilbert 9
Larry Glenn 87
Jay Paul Gumm 90
Rebecca Hamilton 11
Terry Harrison, Jr. 66
Jeff Hickman 91
Wes Hilliard 73
Terry Hyman 80
Terry Ingmire 64
Tom Ivester 77
Mike Jackson 90
Shane Jett 82
Constance Johnson 56
Dennis Johnson 75
Mike Johnson 95
Rob Johnson 92
Clark Jolley 92
Tad Jones 100
Fred Jordan 84
Charles Joyner 100
Ron Justice 100
Sally Kern 74
Charles Key 82
Ryan Dean Kiesel 66
Lucky Lamons 97
Charlie Laster 81
Owen Laughlin 90
Debbe Leftwich 71
Richard Lerblance 66
Guy Liebmann 90
Al Lindley 38
Ken Luttrell 71
Steve Martin 91
Mike Mazzei 82
Al McAffrey 73
Raymond Gene McCarter 73
Mark McCullough 100
Jeannie McDaniel 70
Ryan McMullen 62
Skye McNiel 95
Jerry McPeak 64
Danny Morgan 80
Mike Morgan 60
Richard Morrissette 48
David Myers 89
Bill Nations 70
Jonathan Nichols 94
Susan Paddack 100
Pam Peterson 92
Ron Peterson 100
Greg Piatt 83
R. C. Pruett 95
Jeff Rabon 62
Jim Reynolds 89
Mike Reynolds 10
Andrew Rice 69
Phil Richardson 100
Nancy Riley 78
Paul Roan 66
Wade Rousselot 71
Colby Schwartz 99
TW Shannon 99
Mike Shelton 54
Ben Sherrer 71
Jerry Shoemake 70
Jabar Shumate 39
Glen Bud Smithson 75
Kris Steele 99
Dan Sullivan 100
Joe Loyd Sweeden 77
Randy Terrill 88
Sue Tibbs 100
John Trebilcock 56
Dale Turner 55
Purcy Walker 76
Paul Wesselhoft 60
Kathleen Wilcoxson 79
James Williamson 89
Jim Wilson 74
Susan Winchester 100
Trebor Worthen 76
John Wright 72
Charles Wyrick 78

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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