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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Clean Wisconsin

1997-1998 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
WI U.S. House 4 Gwen Moore Democratic 100%
WI Governor Scott Walker Republican 50%
WI State Assembly 3 Alvin Ott Republican 57%
WI State Assembly 16 Leon Young Democratic 93%
WI State Assembly 33 Stephen Nass Republican 43%
WI State Assembly 55 Dean Kaufert Republican 64%
WI State Senate 1 Frank Lasee Republican 50%
WI State Senate 2 Robert Cowles Republican 56%
WI State Senate 3 Timothy Carpenter Democratic 86%
WI State Senate 8 Alberta Darling Republican 56%
WI State Senate 13 Scott Fitzgerald Republican 44%
WI State Senate 14 Luther Olsen Republican 43%
WI State Senate 17 Dale Schultz Republican 56%
WI State Senate 19 Michael Ellis Republican 56%
WI State Senate 20 Glenn Grothman Republican 36%
WI State Senate 21 John Lehman Democratic 93%
WI State Senate 22 Robert Wirch Democratic 100%
WI State Senate 25 Robert Jauch Democratic 100%
WI State Senate 26 Fred Risser Democratic 100%
WI State Senate 28 Mary Lazich Republican 33%
WI Supervisor 10 John Ainsworth 50%
WI Supervisor 13 Joe Plouff 86%
WI Railroad Commissioner Jeffrey Plale Democratic 79%
Sheryl Albers 50%
James Baumgart 93%
Spencer Black 93%
Peter Bock 93%
Frank Boyle 93%
David Brandemuehl 54%
Roger Breske 56%
Brian Burke 100%
Charles Chvala 100%
Alice Clausing 100%
G. Spencer Coggs 93%
David Cullen 86%
Russell Decker 100%
Gary Francis Drzewiecki 33%
Marc Duff 57%
Margaret Farrow 56%
Steven Foti 50%
Stephen Freese 36%
John Gard 50%
Gary George 78%
Robert Goetsch 43%
Richard Grobschmidt 100%
Barbara Gronemus 46%
Scott Gunderson 50%
Eugene Hahn 43%
Joe Handrick 57%
Donald Hasenohrl 79%
Tom Hebl 86%
Timothy Hoven 62%
Gregory Huber 93%
Mary Hubler 86%
Michael Huebsch 58%
Joanne Huelsman 44%
David Hutchison 50%
Scott Richard Jensen 43%
Suzanne Jeskewitz 57%
DuWayne Johnsrud 43%
Neal Kedzie 43%
Carol Kelso 50%
Judith Klusman 50%
Robin Kreibich 43%
James Kreuser 86%
Shirley Krug 85%
Margaret Krusick 90%
Bonnie Ladwig 50%
John La Fave 93%
Alan Lasee 25%
Michael Lehman 64%
Mark Meyer 93%
Rodney Moen 89%
Johnnie Morris 79%
Terry Musser 36%
Carol Owens 50%
Mary Panzer 56%
Kimberly Plache 100%
Cloyd Porter 38%
Michael Powers 36%
Martin Reynolds 86%
Antonio Riley 86%
Judith Robson 86%
Carol Roessler 56%
Peggy Rosenzweig 56%
Brian Rude 56%
John Joseph Ryba 86%
Marlin Schneider 79%
Lorraine Seratti 29%
Kevin Shibilski 89%
Rick Skindrud 43%
Tony Staskunas 92%
John Steinbrink 79%
Tom Sykora 50%
David Travis 86%
Robert Turner 100%
Gregg Underheim 57%
Frank Urban 57%
Daniel Vrakas 50%
Joan Wade Spillner 50%
David Ward 43%
Sheldon Wasserman 93%
Robert Welch 44%
Steve Wieckert 36%
Annette Williams 75%
Wayne Wood 86%
Robert Ziegelbauer 86%
David Zien 44%

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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