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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Missouri AFL-CIO

2003 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office District Name Party Rating
MO U.S. House 3 Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 0%
MO State House 116 Kevin Engler Republican 0%
MO State Senate 13 Gina Walsh Democratic 100%
MO State Senate 18 Brian Munzlinger Republican 0%
MO State Senate 20 Jay Wasson Republican 0%
MO State Senate 21 David Pearce Republican 0%
MO State Senate 23 Tom Dempsey Republican 0%
MO State Senate 30 Bob Dixon Republican 0%
MO State Senate 31 Edgar Emery Republican 0%
MO State Senate 32 Ron Richard Republican 0%
MO State Senate 33 Mike Cunningham Republican 0%
MO State Senate 34 Robert Schaaf Republican 0%
MO Director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Ryan McKenna Democratic 100%
MO Alderman Ward 11 Thomas Villa 100%
MO Council Member 2 Curt Dougherty 100%
MO Commissioner At-Large Steve Hobbs 0%
MO Commissioner At-Large Dennis Wood 0%
MO Treasurer Clint Zweifel Democratic 100%
MO County Council 2 Sam Page 100%
Mark Abel 100%
Ray Adams 100%
Randy Angst 0%
James Avery, Jr. 0%
Brian Baker 25%
Frank Barnitz 75%
Otto Bean, Jr. 0%
Carl Bearden 0%
Robert Behnen 0%
Dan Bishop 100%
Walter Bivins, Jr. 0%
Lanie Black III 0%
Craig Bland 100%
Jerry Bough 0%
Amber Boykins 100%
Rachel Bringer 75%
Sharon Sanders Brooks 100%
Jason Brown 0%
Mark Bruns 0%
John Patrick Burnett 100%
Richard Byrd 0%
Marsha Campbell 100%
Russ Carnahan 100%
Robert Wayne Cooper 0%
Shannon Cooper 0%
Michael Corcoran 100%
Larry Crawford 0%
Jason Crowell 0%
Jane Cunningham 0%
Melba Curls 100%
Bruce David Darrough 100%
Michael Daus 100%
Cynthia Davis 0%
Dahlman Davis 100%
Bill Deeken 0%
Mike Dethrow 0%
Margaret Donnelly 100%
Gary Dusenberg 0%
Yaphett El-Amin 75%
Douglas Ervin 0%
Kathlyn Fares 0%
Barbara Fraser 100%
Thomas George 100%
Jack Goodman 0%
Charles Graham 100%
Thomas Green 100%
Jim Guest 0%
Mark Hampton 75%
Catherine Hanaway 0%
Belinda Harris 100%
Robert Harris 100%
Esther Hill Haywood 100%
Wayne Henke 100%
Robert Hilgemann 100%
Roy Holand 0%
Theodore Hoskins 100%
Rodney Hubbard 100%
Steve Hunter 0%
Allen Icet 0%
Jack Jackson 0%
Rodney Jetton 0%
Connie Johnson 100%
Richard Johnson 100%
Robert Thane Johnson 0%
Cathy Jolly 100%
Gary Kelly 100%
Van Kelly 0%
Jerry King 0%
Gayle Kingery 0%
Fred Kratky 100%
J.C. Kuessner 75%
Brad Lager 0%
Maurice Lawson 100%
Jim Lembke 25%
Paul LeVota 100%
Albert Joseph Liese 100%
Scott Lipke 0%
Jenee Lowe 100%
B. J. Marsh 50%
Bob May 0%
Robert Mayer 0%
Kate Meiners 100%
Ronnie Miller 0%
Danielle Moore 0%
Larry Morris 0%
Matt Muckler 100%
Peter Myers, Jr. 0%
Brian Nieves 0%
Sherman Parker 0%
Susan Phillips 0%
Charles Portwood 0%
Bryan Pratt 0%
Chuck Purgason 0%
John Quinn 0%
Bill Ransdall 100%
Rex Rector 0%
Annie Reinhart 0%
Bradley Roark 0%
Marilyn Ruestman 0%
Scott Rupp 0%
Mike Sager 100%
Ray Salva 100%
Therese Sander 0%
Charles Schlottach 0%
Vicki Schneider 25%
Sue Schoemehl 100%
James Seigfreid 100%
Harold Selby 100%
Tom Self 0%
Chris Shoemaker 25%
Wes Shoemyer 100%
Trent Skaggs 100%
Joseph Smith 0%
Todd Smith 0%
Michael Spreng 100%
Jodi Stefanick 0%
Bryan Stevenson 0%
Neal St. Onge 0%
Mike Sutherland 0%
Larry Gene Taylor 50%
Betty Thompson 100%
Kevin Threlkeld 0%
Merrill Townley 0%
James Viebrock 25%
Michael Vogt 100%
Wes Wagner 100%
Vicki Walker 100%
Maynard Wallace 0%
Juanita Walton 75%
Dan Ward 100%
James Whorton 100%
H. Edward Wildberger 100%
Philip Willoughby 100%
Kevin Wilson 0%
Larry Wilson 0%
Vicky Riback Wilson 100%
Yvonne Wilson 100%
Terry Witte 100%
Mark Wright 0%
Robin Wright-Jones 100%
Patricia Yaeger 100%
Brian David Yates 0%
Terry Young 100%

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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