Rating Group: California Labor Federation

2009 Committee Votes Score

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
CA U.S. House-11 Mark DeSaulnier D 100
CA U.S. House-25 Steve Knight R 33
CA U.S. House-26 Julia Brownley D 100
CA U.S. House-33 Ted Lieu D 100
CA U.S. House-45 Mimi Walters R 0
CA U.S. House-47 Alan Lowenthal D 100
CA State Senate-1 Ted Gaines R 0
CA State Senate-3 Lois Wolk D 100
CA State Senate-4 Jim Nielsen R 50
CA State Senate-11 Mark Leno D 100
CA State Senate-15 Jim Beall, Jr. D 100
CA State Senate-17 Bill Monning D 100
CA State Senate-22 Ed Hernandez D 67
CA State Senate-24 Kevin de Leon D 100
CA State Senate-25 Carol Liu D 100
CA State Senate-27 Fran Pavley D 100
CA State Senate-35 Isadore Hall III D 50
CA State Senate-39 Martin Block D 50
CA Secretary of State Alex Padilla D 50
CA Mayor-At-Large Mary Salas 50
CA Council Member-1 Gilbert Cedillo 100
CA Council Member-2 Paul Krekorian 100
CA Council Member-7 Felipe Fuentes 100
CA State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Other 100
Samuel Aanestad 0
Anthony Adams 0
Elaine Alquist 100
Tom Ammiano 100
Juan Arambula 0
Bill Berryhill 50
Joan Buchanan 100
Anna Caballero 100
Ron Calderon 50
Amina Carter 50
Wesley Chesbro 100
David Cogdill 20
Connie Conway 33
Ellen Corbett 67
Lou Correa 67
Dave Cox 0
Mike Davis 100
Hector De La Torre 100
Denise Ducheny 100
Michael Duvall 0
Bill Emmerson 0
Mike Eng 100
Noreen Evans 100
Mike Feuer 100
Nathan Fletcher 0
Dean Florez 80
Warren Furutani 86
Martin Garrick 0
Tom Harman 25
Mary Hayashi 0
Dennis Hollingsworth 0
Dave Jones 100
Christine Kehoe 100
Dan Logue 0
Bonnie Lowenthal 100
Fiona Ma 100
Pedro Nava 100
Gloria Negrete McLeod 100
Brian Nestande 0
Jenny Oropeza 0
John Pérez 100
Manuel Pérez 100
Anthony Portantino, Jr. 100
Gloria Romero 100
George Runner, Jr. 0
Nancy Skinner 100
Jose Solorio 0
Tony Strickland 0
Audra Strickland 50
Alberto Torrico 100
Van Tran 50
Mark Wyland 22
Leland Yee 100

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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