Rating Group: Pennsylvania League of Conservation Voters

1997-1998 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office Name Party Rating
PA U.S. House-6 Jim Gerlach R 80%
PA U.S. House-13 Allyson Schwartz D 100%
PA U.S. House-18 Tim Murphy R 80%
PA State House-9 Chris Sainato D 57%
PA State House-18 Gene DiGirolamo R 29%
PA State House-25 Joseph Markosek D 54%
PA State House-26 Timothy Hennessey R 36%
PA State House-32 Anthony DeLuca D 64%
PA State House-33 Frank Dermody D 64%
PA State House-36 Harry Readshaw III D 64%
PA State House-40 John Maher R 29%
PA State House-49 Peter Daley II D 71%
PA State House-53 Robert Godshall R 21%
PA State House-55 Joseph Petrarca, Jr. D 64%
PA State House-58 R. Ted Harhai D 100%
PA State House-66 Samuel Smith R 29%
PA State House-68 Matthew Baker R 43%
PA State House-73 Gary Haluska D 62%
PA State House-76 Michael Hanna, Sr. D 71%
PA State House-80 Jerry Stern R 14%
PA State House-94 Stanley Saylor R 21%
PA State House-96 P. Michael Sturla D 86%
PA State House-105 Ronald Marsico R 36%
PA State House-111 Sandra Major R 29%
PA State House-120 Phyllis Mundy D 93%
PA State House-127 Thomas Caltagirone D 57%
PA State House-145 Paul Clymer R 29%
PA State House-158 Chris Ross R 46%
PA State House-159 Thaddeus Kirkland D 58%
PA State House-160 Steve Barrar R 29%
PA State House-163 Nicholas Micozzie R 29%
PA State House-165 William Adolph, Jr. R 31%
PA State House-166 Gregory Vitali D 79%
PA State House-171 Kerry Benninghoff R 21%
PA State House-173 Michael McGeehan D 43%
PA State House-177 John Taylor R 29%
PA State House-181 W. Thomas D 50%
PA State House-183 Julie Harhart R 21%
PA State House-184 William Keller D 36%
PA State House-188 James Roebuck, Jr. D 71%
PA State House-192 Louise Williams Bishop D 54%
PA State House-198 Rosita Youngblood D 57%
PA State House-202 Mark Cohen D 86%
PA State House-203 Dwight Evans D 64%
PA State Senate-2 Tina Tartaglione D 100%
PA State Senate-3 Shirley Kitchen D 100%
PA State Senate-4 LeAnna Washington D 42%
PA State Senate-6 Robert Tomlinson R 80%
PA State Senate-7 Vincent Hughes D 80%
PA State Senate-8 Anthony Williams D 80%
PA State Senate-10 Charles McIlhinney, Jr. R 33%
PA State Senate-12 Stewart Greenleaf R 80%
PA State Senate-16 Pat Browne R 36%
PA State Senate-21 Scott Hutchinson R 7%
PA State Senate-27 John Gordner R 71%
PA State Senate-29 Dave Argall R 57%
PA State Senate-31 Patricia Vance R 36%
PA State Senate-32 Richard Kasunic D 60%
PA State Senate-34 Jacob Doyle Corman III R 0%
PA State Senate-35 John Wozniak D 40%
PA State Senate-43 Jay Costa, Jr. D 100%
PA State Senate-50 Robert Robbins R 0%
PA Council Member-At-Large Mario Civera, Jr. R 36%
PA Commissioner-At-Large Merle Phillips R 23%
Bob Allen 38%
Gibson Armstrong 40%
Thomas Armstrong 14%
Ellen Bard 43%
John Barley 14%
Joseph Battisto 64%
Linda Bebko-Jones 69%
Albert Belan 100%
Fred Belardi 57%
Robert Belfanti, Jr. 64%
Clarence Bell 80%
Jerry Birmelin 23%
Kevin Blaum 64%
Leonard Bodack 80%
Karl Boyes 36%
David Brightbill 0%
Raymond Bunt, Jr. 23%
Alan Butkovitz 50%
Ronald Buxton 36%
Italo Cappabianca 79%
Andrew Carn 62%
James Casorio, Jr. 79%
Gaynor Cawley 62%
J. Scot Chadwick 29%
Daniel Clark 23%
Lita Indzel Cohen 36%
Nicholas Colafella 43%
Joe Conti 100%
Roy Cornell 36%
Thomas Corrigan, Sr. 54%
Jeffrey Coy 71%
Lawrence Curry 86%
Craig Dally 31%
Thomas Dempsey 14%
H. William DeWeese 43%
Robert Donatucci 57%
Thomas Druce 29%
Todd Eachus 79%
Jane Earll 60%
Allan Egolf 36%
Russell Fairchild 64%
Howard Fargo 7%
Brett Feese 29%
John Fichter 29%
Patrick Elvin Fleagle 29%
Robert Flick 36%
Vincent Fumo 75%
Thomas Gannon 29%
Richard Geist 21%
Camille George 86%
Frank Gigliotti 71%
Joseph Gladeck, Jr. 36%
Michael Gruitza 43%
Jeffrey Earl Habay 29%
Melissa Hart 20%
George Hasay 29%
Edward Helfrick 20%
Lynn Herman 50%
Arthur Hershey 7%
Dick Hess 21%
Edwin Holl 80%
Michael Horsey 67%
Kenneth Jadlowiec 21%
Harold James 54%
Babette Josephs 79%
Robert Jubelirer 20%
Ralph Kaiser 62%
George Kenney, Jr. 36%
Edward Krebs 36%
Allen Kukovich 100%
Frank LaGrotta 55%
Susan Laughlin 57%
Gerald LaValle 100%
John Lawless 29%
Marie Lederer 36%
Dennis Leh 7%
Charles Lemmond, Jr. 40%
Victor John Lescovitz 43%
David Levdansky 93%
F. Joseph Loeper 80%
Edward Lucyk 57%
Jim Lynch 14%
Roger Madigan 0%
Stephen Maitland 21%
Kathy Manderino 57%
Albert Masland 71%
David Mayernik 64%
Keith McCall 71%
Eugene McGill 36%
Fred McIlhattan 43%
Mark Steven McNaughton 21%
Anthony Melio 86%
Robert Mellow 60%
Thomas Michlovic 79%
Sheila Miller 29%
Harold Mowery Jr. 60%
Raphael Musto 40%
John Myers 57%
Jerry Nailor 43%
Steven Nickol 27%
Dennis O'Brien 29%
Frank Oliver, Sr. 43%
Michael O'Pake 0%
Jane Clare Orie 29%
John Perzel 21%
Timothy Pesci 64%
Thomas Petrone 64%
Jeffrey Piccola 60%
John Pippy 36%
Frank Pistella 57%
Todd Platts 50%
Joseph Preston, Jr. 50%
Terry Punt 80%
Benjamin Ramos 57%
Ronald Raymond 21%
Roy Reinard 29%
James Rhoades 0%
William Rieger 57%
Lawrence Roberts 50%
William Russell Robinson 71%
Samuel Rohrer 23%
T.J. Rooney 71%
Carole Rubley 62%
Matthew Ryan 21%
Frank Salvatore 40%
Dante Santoni, Jr. 64%
Larry Sather 21%
Curt Schroder 43%
Jere Schuler 21%
Thomas Scrimenti 86%
Paul Semmel 14%
Frank Serafini 36%
Tracy Seyfert 14%
James Shaner 69%
William Slocum 20%
Bruce Smith 36%
Donald William Snyder 23%
Edward Staback 50%
Jess Stairs 43%
Patrick Stapleton 40%
Sara Steelman 93%
David Steil 43%
Stephen Stetler 85%
Thomas Stevenson 29%
J. Barry Stout 60%
Jere Strittmatter 29%
Dan Surra 93%
Thomas Tangretti 71%
Elinor Taylor 36%
Robert Thompson 0%
Thomas Tigue 64%
Richard Tilghman 60%
Guy Travaglio, Jr. 55%
Fred Trello 57%
Leo Trich, Jr. 57%
Katie True 21%
Frank Tulli, Jr. 21%
Terry Van Horne 77%
Michael Veon 57%
Jack Wagner 60%
Don Walko 86%
Noah Wenger 0%
Mary Jo White 20%
Constance Williams 50%
Rod Wilt 14%
Chris Wogan 29%
Edward Wojnaroski, Sr. 79%
Matthew Wright 36%
Thomas Yewcic 57%
Leroy Zimmerman 21%
Peter Zug 29%

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