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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

2011 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
KY State House 1 Steven Rudy Republican 73%
KY State House 6 Will Coursey Democratic 75%
KY State House 8 John Tilley Democratic 75%
KY State House 9 Myron Dossett Republican 81%
KY State House 10 Ben Waide Republican 81%
KY State House 11 David Watkins Democratic 81%
KY State House 12 Jim Gooch, Jr. Democratic 88%
KY State House 13 James Glenn, Jr. Democratic 81%
KY State House 14 Tommy Thompson Democratic 80%
KY State House 15 Brent Yonts Democratic 81%
KY State House 16 MJ King Democratic 75%
KY State House 17 C.B. Embry, Jr. Republican 69%
KY State House 18 Dwight Butler Republican 81%
KY State House 19 Michael Meredith Republican 69%
KY State House 20 Jody Richards Democratic 75%
KY State House 21 Jim DeCesare Republican 69%
KY State House 22 Wilson Stone Democratic 75%
KY State House 23 Johnny Bell Democratic 81%
KY State House 24 Terry Mills Democratic 81%
KY State House 25 Jimmie Lee Democratic 69%
KY State House 26 Tim Moore Republican 81%
KY State House 27 Jeff Greer Democratic 73%
KY State House 28 Charles Miller Democratic 69%
KY State House 29 Kevin Bratcher Republican 87%
KY State House 30 Thomas Burch Democratic 81%
KY State House 31 Steven Riggs Democratic 75%
KY State House 32 Julie Adams Republican 81%
KY State House 33 Ron Crimm Republican 88%
KY State House 34 Mary Marzian Democratic 87%
KY State House 35 Jim Wayne Democratic 87%
KY State House 39 Bob Damron Democratic 75%
KY State House 40 Dennis Horlander Democratic 75%
KY State House 41 Tom Riner Democratic 81%
KY State House 42 Reginald Meeks Democratic 75%
KY State House 43 Darryl Owens Democratic 75%
KY State House 44 Joni Jenkins Democratic 75%
KY State House 45 Stan Lee Republican 69%
KY State House 46 Larry Clark Democratic 69%
KY State House 47 Rick Rand Democratic 75%
KY State House 48 Bob DeWeese Republican 80%
KY State House 50 David Floyd Republican 75%
KY State House 51 John Carney Republican 81%
KY State House 54 Mike Harmon Republican 69%
KY State House 55 Kim King Republican 75%
KY State House 57 Derrick Graham Democratic 80%
KY State House 58 Brad Montell Republican 81%
KY State House 59 David Osborne Republican 81%
KY State House 60 Sal Santoro Republican 81%
KY State House 62 Ryan Quarles Republican 81%
KY State House 64 Thomas Kerr Republican 81%
KY State House 65 Arnold Simpson Democratic 75%
KY State House 66 Addia Wuchner Republican 75%
KY State House 67 Dennis Keene Democratic 75%
KY State House 68 Joseph Fischer Republican 81%
KY State House 69 Adam Koenig Republican 88%
KY State House 70 Mitchel Denham, Jr. Democratic 75%
KY State House 71 John Stacy Democratic 75%
KY State House 72 Sannie Overly Democratic 75%
KY State House 73 Donna Mayfield Republican 81%
KY State House 74 Richard Henderson Democratic 69%
KY State House 75 Kelly Flood Democratic 81%
KY State House 76 Ruth Palumbo Democratic 75%
KY State House 77 Jesse Crenshaw Democratic 75%
KY State House 78 Thomas McKee Democratic 75%
KY State House 79 Susan Westrom Democratic 81%
KY State House 81 Rita Smart Democratic 75%
KY State House 83 Jeff Hoover Republican 81%
KY State House 84 Fitz Steele Democratic 56%
KY State House 85 Tommy Turner Republican 80%
KY State House 86 Jim Stewart III Republican 75%
KY State House 87 Rick Nelson Democratic 69%
KY State House 89 Marie Rader Republican 81%
KY State House 90 Tim Couch Republican 75%
KY State House 92 John Short Democratic 69%
KY State House 93 Keith Hall Democratic 69%
KY State House 94 Leslie Combs Democratic 67%
KY State House 95 Gregory Stumbo Democratic 75%
KY State House 96 Jill York Republican 81%
KY State House 97 Hubert Collins Democratic 69%
KY State House 98 Tanya Pullin Democratic 75%
KY State House 99 Rocky Adkins Democratic 75%
KY State House 100 Kevin Sinnette Democratic 75%
KY State Senate 2 Bob Leeper Independent 88%
KY State Senate 4 J. Dorsey Ridley Democratic 67%
KY State Senate 5 Carroll Gibson Republican 83%
KY State Senate 6 Jerry Rhoads Democratic 72%
KY State Senate 7 Julian Carroll Democratic 67%
KY State Senate 8 Joe Bowen Republican 89%
KY State Senate 9 David Givens Republican 89%
KY State Senate 10 Dennis Parrett Democratic 78%
KY State Senate 11 John Schickel Republican 83%
KY State Senate 12 Alice Kerr Republican 88%
KY State Senate 14 Jimmy Higdon Republican 83%
KY State Senate 16 Sara Gregory Republican 81%
KY State Senate 17 Damon Thayer Republican 83%
KY State Senate 18 Robin Webb Democratic 56%
KY State Senate 20 Paul Hornback Republican 83%
KY State Senate 22 Tom Buford Republican 78%
KY State Senate 24 Katie Stine Republican 83%
KY State Senate 25 Robert Stivers II Republican 83%
KY State Senate 26 Ernie Harris, Jr. Republican 88%
KY State Senate 27 Walter Blevins, Jr. Democratic 61%
KY State Senate 28 R.J. Palmer II Democratic 71%
KY State Senate 29 Johnny Turner Democratic 61%
KY State Senate 30 Brandon Smith Republican 78%
KY State Senate 31 Ray Jones II Democratic 67%
KY State Senate 32 Mike Wilson Republican 83%
KY State Senate 33 Gerald Neal Democratic 73%
KY State Senate 34 Jared Carpenter Republican 83%
KY State Senate 35 Denise Harper Angel Democratic 50%
KY State Senate 36 Julie Denton Republican 88%
KY State Senate 37 Perry Clark Democratic 59%
KY State Senate 38 Dan Seum Republican 83%
KY Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer, Jr. Republican 73%
Royce Adams 81%
John Arnold, Jr. 79%
Linda Belcher 75%
Dewayne Bunch 75%
Michael Cherry 75%
Ted Edmonds 75%
William Farmer, Jr. 79%
Danny Ford 73%
Melvin Henley 81%
Brent Housman 88%
Wade Hurt 81%
Tom Jensen 83%
Vernie McGaha 83%
Lonnie Napier 75%
Mike Nemes 81%
Fred Nesler 75%
Joey Pendleton 78%
Carl Rollins II 75%
Tim Shaughnessy 75%
Kathy Stein 53%
Alecia Webb-Edgington 80%
John Westwood 83%
David Williams 83%
Kenneth Winters 83%

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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