State Office Name Party Rating
AZ U.S. House-1 Ann Kirkpatrick D 23%
AZ U.S. House-9 Kyrsten Sinema D 14%
AZ State House-7 Albert Hale D 28%
AZ State House-12 Eddie Farnsworth R 83%
AZ State House-15 John Allen R 82%
AZ State House-18 Bob Robson R 72%
AZ State House-27 Rebecca Rios D 28%
AZ State House-30 Debbie McCune Davis D 15%
AZ State Senate-3 Olivia Cajero Bedford D 26%
AZ State Senate-10 Dave Bradley D 25%
AZ State Senate-12 Andy Biggs R 84%
AZ State Senate-17 Steven Yarbrough R 69%
AZ State Senate-22 Judy Burges R 86%
AZ State Senate-30 Robert Meza D 30%
AZ Secretary of State Michele Reagan R 63%
AZ Mayor-At-Large Jay Tibshraeny N/A 70%
AZ Supervisor-1 Peter Rios D 18%
AZ Supervisor-2 Cheryl Chase 42%
AZ Council Member-2 Jim Waring 76%
Amanda Aguirre 21%
Linda Aguirre 32%
Carolyn Allen 44%
Manny Alvarez 21%
Mark Anderson 71%
Marsha Arzberger 40%
Ray Barnes 81%
Timothy Bee 69%
Ken Bennett 68%
Robert Blendu 70%
Tom Boone 71%
William Brotherton 30%
Jack Brown 32%
Jennifer Burns 55%
Robert Burns 74%
Meg Burton Cahill 28%
Robert Cannell 42%
Ted Carpenter 71%
Ken Cheuvront 47%
Ted Downing 30%
Franklin Flake 67%
Steve Gallardo 16%
Jorge Garcia 29%
Martha Garcia 18%
Gabrielle Giffords 31%
Pamela Gorman 87%
Ron Gould 89%
Chuck Gray 82%
Linda Gray 71%
Trish Groe 79%
Jack Harper 86%
Toni Hellon 47%
Pete Hershberger 50%
Steve Huffman 55%
John Huppenthal 74%
Marilyn Jarrett 77%
Karen Johnson 78%
Russ Jones 65%
Laura Knaperek 73%
Bill Konopnicki 59%
Leah Landrum Taylor 21%
Barbara Leff 73%
Phil Lopes 16%
Linda Lopez 16%
David Lujan 15%
Dean Martin 80%
Lucy Mason 68%
Marian Ann McClure 51%
John McComish 63%
Nancy McLain 67%
Ben Miranda 18%
Harry Mitchell 27%
Rick Murphy 84%
John Nelson 65%
Warde Nichols 78%
Tom O'Halleran 52%
Jonathan Paton 58%
Russell Pearce 84%
Gary Pierce 74%
Thomas Prezelski, Jr. 16%
Doug Quelland 75%
Colette Rosati 85%
David Smith 74%
Victor Soltero 31%
Bob Stump 83%
Albert Tom 25%
Stephen Tully 73%
Thayer Verschoor 78%
Jim Weiers 78%
Jerry Weiers 76%

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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