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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Natural Resources Council of Maine

2000 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
ME U.S. House 2 Mike Michaud Democratic 50%
ME State House 10 Stephen Stanley Democratic 20%
ME State House 26 Paul Davis, Sr. Republican 33%
ME State House 42 Joseph Brooks Unaffiliated 90%
ME State House 78 Robert Nutting Republican 50%
ME State House 79 Sharon Treat Democratic 100%
ME State House 95 Tom Winsor Republican 20%
ME State Senate 2 Ron Collins Republican 40%
ME State Senate 3 John Tuttle, Jr. Democratic 80%
ME State Senate 34 Roger Sherman Republican 30%
ME Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap Democratic 100%
ME Commissioner 1 Beverly Daggett 100%
ME Treasurer Neria Douglass 83%
I. Joel Abromson 67%
Mary Black Andrews 40%
Martha Bagley 80%
Christina Baker 90%
Irvin Belanger 30%
Richard Bennett 67%
Donald Berry, Sr. 40%
Randall Berry 90%
Gerald Bouffard 90%
David Bowles 40%
Joseph Bruno 70%
Bruce Bryant 80%
John Buck 20%
Thomas Bull 100%
Randall Bumps 67%
Roderick Carr 30%
Mary Cathcart 83%
Howard Chick 50%
Nancy Chizmar 80%
Joseph Clark 40%
Harold Clough 33%
Patrick Colwell 80%
William Cote 90%
Scott Cowger 90%
Robert A. Daigle 80%
Gerald Davis 70%
Mabel Desmond 90%
Benjamin Dudley 100%
Edward Dugay 33%
Richard Duncan 40%
Robert Duplessie 80%
David Etnier 90%
Norman Ferguson, Jr. 67%
Charles Fisher 70%
Clifton Foster 30%
Elaine Fuller 80%
Rosita Gagne-Friel 80%
Kevin Glynn 50%
Jill Murdoch Goldthwait 100%
Albion Goodwin 33%
Walter Gooley 60%
Bonnie Raye Green 89%
Theodore Heidrich 50%
Kenneth Honey 50%
Patricia Jacobs 78%
Arlan Jodrey 50%
Thomas Kane 90%
Susan Kasprzak 11%
Marjorie Kilkelly 100%
Richard Kneeland 40%
Janice LaBrecque 60%
Lloyd LaFountain III 80%
Charles LaVerdiere 70%
David Lemoine 90%
Kenneth Lemont 44%
Susan Walsh Longley 75%
Glenys Lovett 50%
Jay MacDougall 20%
David Madore 43%
Richard Mailhot 90%
John Martin 89%
Zachary E Matthews 83%
Arthur Mayo III 80%
Michael McAlevey 38%
John McDonough 90%
Monica McGlocklin 80%
Linda Rogers McKee 89%
Terrence McKenney 40%
Deborah Kaler McNeil 30%
Stavros Mendros 22%
S. Peter Mills 83%
Betty Lou Mitchell 0%
Charles Mitchell 90%
Eleanor Murphy 30%
Thomas Murphy, Jr. 44%
Christopher Muse 67%
Richard Nass 50%
William Norbert 100%
John Nutting VII 67%
Julie O'Brien 50%
Lillian LaFontaine O'Brien 100%
William O'Gara 67%
Christopher O'Neil 100%
Judith Peavey 60%
Peggy Pendleton 100%
Royce Perkins 40%
Joseph Perry 100%
William Pinkham 10%
Edward Povich 75%
Michael Quint 90%
Anne Rand 100%
Shirley Richard 70%
John Richardson 90%
Richard Rosen 30%
Christine Savage 50%
William Savage 90%
Michael Saxl 90%
William Schneider 20%
Thomas Shields 43%
Kevin Shorey 30%
James Skoglund 78%
Mary Small 75%
Lois Snowe-Mello 30%
Vaughn Stedman 30%
Nancy Sullivan 80%
Paul Leo Tessier 89%
David Tobin 60%
James Tobin, Jr. 30%
Richard Tracy 40%
A. David Trahan 30%
Russell Treadwell 20%
Joanne Twomey 100%
Ronald Usher 63%
Paul Volenik 90%
G. Paul Waterhouse 30%
Elizabeth Watson 90%
Carol Weston 50%
Edgar Wheeler 10%
Gary Wheeler 67%

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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