Rating Group: Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

2003 Revenue Issues Score

State Office Name Party Rating
AR State House-92 Kim Hendren R 80%
AR State Senate-3 Cecile Bledsoe R 17%
AR State Senate-30 Linda Chesterfield D 83%
AR State Senate-31 Joyce Elliott D 100%
AR State Senate-33 Jeremy Hutchinson R 17%
AR Commissioner of Education Johnny Key R 0%
AR Insurance Commissioner Jay Bradford D 83%
AR Justice of the Peace-7 Jim Medley R 67%
AR Justice of the Peace-11 Mike Creekmore 50%
Bob Adams 33%
Sarah Agee 50%
Denny Altes 0%
Keven Anderson 33%
James Argue, Jr. 100%
Gilbert Baker 60%
Russell Bennett 17%
Stan Berry 67%
Gary Biggs 83%
David Bisbee 80%
Buddy Blair 83%
Johnnie Bolin 67%
Will Bond 67%
Jerry Bookout 100%
Paul Bookout 83%
Shirley Borhauer 83%
Travis Boyd 83%
Stephen Bright 50%
Shane Broadway 100%
Irma Brown 80%
Steve Bryles 100%
John Paul Capps 80%
Marvin Childers 33%
Booker Clemons 50%
Herschel Cleveland 67%
Kenneth Wayne Cowling 83%
Jack Critcher 80%
Leroy Dangeau 83%
Joyce Dees 67%
Tommy Dickinson 83%
Roosevelt Dwayne Dobbins 83%
John Eason 67%
Marilyn Edwards 100%
A. David Evans 83%
Lenville Evans, Sr. 67%
Steve Faris 80%
Danny Ferguson 83%
Dwight Fite 83%
Jeff Gillespie 50%
Billy Gipson 100%
Bobby Glover 80%
Kevin Goss 83%
Mary Beth Green 50%
Brenda Gullett 80%
David Haak 50%
Horace Hardwick 50%
Eric Harris 17%
Mike Hathorn 83%
Boyd Hickinbotham 83%
Stephen W. Higginbothom, Sr. 100%
Jim Hill 100%
Jim Holt 20%
Barbara Horn 100%
Don House 83%
Phillip Jackson 83%
Phillip Truman Jacobs 67%
Gene Jeffress 80%
Jimmy Jeffress 80%
Robert Jeffrey 67%
Bob Johnson 80%
Calvin Johnson 83%
Janet Johnson 83%
Steven Jones 100%
Janice Ann Judy 100%
Mike Kenney 50%
Barbara Jean King 83%
Michael Lamoureux 83%
Randy Laverty 80%
Sam Ledbetter 100%
Jim Lendall 100%
John Lewellen 100%
James Luker 100%
Dewayne Mack 83%
Sue Madison 100%
Jodie Mahony 100%
W. Percy Malone 100%
Jay Martin 67%
Douglas Matayo 0%
Bob Mathis 50%
Paul Miller 100%
Jimmy Milligan 83%
Thomas Moore 67%
Steve Napper 50%
William Wayne Nichols 67%
James Norton 33%
James Oglesby 67%
Charles Ormond 50%
Daryl Pace 33%
Marvin Parks 17%
Mark Pate 100%
Kevin Penix 17%
Benny Petrus 50%
Betty Pickett 67%
Larry Prater 100%
Sandra Prater 67%
Bill Pritchard 83%
Randy Morton Rankin 83%
Tommy Roebuck 83%
Sid Rosenbaum 17%
Mary Salmon 100%
Susan Schulte 33%
Bill Scrimshire 83%
Preston Scroggin 50%
Harmon Seawel 100%
M. Roger Smith 83%
William Smith 80%
Tracy Steele 100%
Bill Stovall III 67%
Scott Sullivan 83%
Denny Sumpter 67%
Chaney Taylor, Jr. 33%
Jerry Taylor 33%
Lindbergh Howard Thomas 100%
Chris Thomason 83%
Chris Thyer 67%
Sharon Trusty 80%
John Paul Verkamp 33%
Shirley Walters 67%
Paul Weaver 50%
Ruth Whitaker 80%
Robert White 83%
Henry Wilkins IV 80%
James Wilkinson 100%
Shawn Womack 20%
Jeff Wood 50%
Tim Wooldridge 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.

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