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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Missouri Right to Life

2004 Positions on Pro-Life Policy

Issues: Abortion
State Office District Name Party Rating
MO Commissioner 2 Brian Baker Republican 100
MO Council Member 2 Curt Dougherty Democratic 100
MO U.S. House 3 Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 100
MO State Senate 11 Paul LeVota Democratic 50
MO State Senate 12 Brad Lager Republican 100
MO State Senate 13 Gina Walsh Democratic 100
MO State Senate 18 Brian Munzlinger Republican 100
MO State Senate 20 Jay Wasson Republican 100
MO State Senate 21 David Pearce Republican 100
MO State Senate 23 Tom Dempsey Republican 100
MO State Senate 26 Brian Nieves Republican 100
MO State Senate 30 Bob Dixon Republican 100
MO State Senate 31 Edgar Emery Republican 100
MO State Senate 32 Ron Richard Republican 100
MO State Senate 33 Mike Cunningham Republican 100
MO State Senate 34 Robert Schaaf Republican 100
MO State House 116 Kevin Engler Republican 100
MO Commissioner At-Large Jason Brown Republican 100
MO Commissioner At-Large Steve Hobbs Republican 100
MO Commissioner At-Large Tom Self Republican 100
MO Commissioner At-Large James Viebrock Republican 100
MO Commissioner At-Large Dennis Wood Republican 100
MO Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder Republican 100
MO Treasurer Clint Zweifel Democratic 0
Mark Abel 0
James Avery, Jr. 100
Frank Barnitz 100
Otto Bean, Jr. 100
Carl Bearden 100
Robert Behnen 100
Dan Bishop 0
Walter Bivins, Jr. 100
Lanie Black III 100
Craig Bland 0
Amber Boykins 0
Rachel Bringer 100
Sharon Sanders Brooks 0
Mark Bruns 100
John Patrick Burnett 100
Richard Byrd 100
Victor Callahan 100
Russ Carnahan 0
Maida Coleman 0
Robert Wayne Cooper 100
Shannon Cooper 100
Michael Corcoran 0
Jason Crowell 100
Jane Cunningham 100
Melba Curls 0
Bruce David Darrough 0
Michael Daus 50
Cynthia Davis 100
Bill Deeken 100
Mike Dethrow 100
Margaret Donnelly 0
Gary Dusenberg 100
Yaphett El-Amin 0
Douglas Ervin 100
Kathlyn Fares 0
Barbara Fraser 0
Thomas George 100
Michael Gibbons 100
Jack Goodman 100
Charles Graham 0
Thomas Green 100
Charles Gross 100
Jim Guest 100
Belinda Harris 100
Robert Harris 0
Esther Hill Haywood 0
Wayne Henke 100
Theodore Hoskins 0
Rodney Hubbard 0
Steve Hunter 100
Allen Icet 100
Jack Jackson 100
Kenneth Jacob 0
Rodney Jetton 100
Richard Johnson 0
Robert Thane Johnson 0
Cathy Jolly 0
Gary Kelly 100
Van Kelly 100
Harry Kennedy 100
Gayle Kingery 100
Fred Kratky 100
J.C. Kuessner 100
Jim Lembke 100
Albert Joseph Liese 100
Scott Lipke 100
John William Loudon 100
Jenee Lowe 0
B. J. Marsh 100
Bob May 100
Robert Mayer 100
Timothy Meadows 100
Kate Meiners 100
Danielle Moore 100
Larry Morris 100
Matt Muckler 100
Peter Myers, Jr. 100
Sam Page, Jr. 0
Sherman Parker 100
Susan Phillips 100
Charles Portwood 100
Bryan Pratt 100
Chuck Purgason 100
John Quinn 100
Rex Rector 100
Bradley Roark 100
Marilyn Ruestman 100
Scott Rupp 100
Mike Sager 0
Ray Salva 100
Therese Sander 100
Charles Schlottach 100
Vicki Schneider 100
Sue Schoemehl 100
Harold Selby 100
Wes Shoemyer 100
Trent Skaggs 0
Joseph Smith 100
Todd Smith 100
Michael Spreng 100
Sarah Steelman 100
Jodi Stefanick 100
Bryan Stevenson 100
Stephen Stoll 100
Neal St. Onge 100
Mike Sutherland 100
Terry Swinger 100
Larry Gene Taylor 100
Kevin Threlkeld 100
Thomas Albert Villa 100
Michael Vogt 100
Wes Wagner 100
Vicki Walker 0
Maynard Wallace 100
Juanita Walton 0
Dan Ward 50
James Whorton 50
H. Edward Wildberger 0
Philip Willoughby 0
Kevin Wilson 100
Larry Wilson 100
Yvonne Wilson 0
Terry Witte 0
Mark Wright 100
Robin Wright-Jones 0
Patricia Yaeger 100
Brian David Yates 100
Anita Yeckel 80
Terry Young 0

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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