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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Americans For Prosperity

2005-2006 Positions on Conservative Issues

State Office District Name Party Rating
WI State Senate 1 Frank Lasee Republican 100%
WI State Senate 2 Robert Cowles Republican 71%
WI U.S. House 2 Mark Pocan Democratic 7%
WI State Senate 3 Timothy Carpenter Democratic 29%
WI State Assembly 3 Alvin Ott Republican 93%
WI State Senate 4 Lena Taylor Democratic 21%
WI State Senate 5 Leah Vukmir Republican 100%
WI U.S. House 6 Glenn Grothman Republican 93%
WI State Senate 8 Alberta Darling Republican 100%
WI State Assembly 9 Josh Zepnick Democratic 27%
WI State Senate 10 Sheila Harsdorf Republican 79%
WI State Senate 11 Stephen Nass Republican 100%
WI State Assembly 12 Frederick Kessler Democratic 63%
WI State Senate 13 Scott Fitzgerald Republican 93%
WI State Senate 14 Luther Olsen Republican 76%
WI Supervisor 16 John Ainsworth 87%
WI State Senate 16 Mark Miller Democratic 29%
WI State Assembly 16 Leon Young Democratic 20%
WI Supervisor 17 Tony Staskunas Democratic 27%
WI State Assembly 20 Christine Sinicki Democratic 20%
WI State Senate 22 Bob Wirch Democratic 21%
WI State Senate 23 Terry Moulton Republican 93%
WI State Senate 24 Julie Lassa Democratic 29%
WI State Senate 26 Fred Risser Democratic 29%
WI State Senate 27 Jon Erpenbach Democratic 29%
WI State Senate 28 Mary Lazich Republican 93%
WI State Senate 29 Jerry Petrowski Republican 80%
WI State Senate 30 Dave Hansen Democratic 21%
WI State Senate 32 Jennifer Shilling Democratic 27%
WI State Assembly 36 Jeffrey Mursau Republican 93%
WI State Assembly 38 Joel Kleefisch Republican 93%
WI State Assembly 41 Joan Ballweg Republican 100%
WI State Assembly 46 Gary Hebl Democratic 13%
WI State Assembly 61 Samantha Kerkman Republican 93%
WI State Assembly 63 Robin Vos Republican 93%
WI State Assembly 77 Terese Berceau Democratic 21%
WI State Assembly 80 Sondy Pope Democratic 13%
WI State Assembly 96 Lee Nerison Republican 100%
Sheryl Albers 86%
Chuck Benedict 27%
Garey Bies 93%
Spencer Black 27%
Frank Boyle 13%
Roger Breske 21%
Ron Brown 71%
G. Spencer Coggs 42%
Pedro Colon 20%
David Cullen 27%
Brett Davis 87%
Russell Decker 21%
Michael Ellis 86%
Jason Fields 38%
Jeff Fitzgerald 93%
Stephen Freese 67%
Donald Friske 93%
John Gard 93%
Curt Gielow 93%
Mark Gottlieb 93%
Tamara Grigsby 20%
Barbara Gronemus 50%
Scott Gunderson 93%
Mark Gundrum 93%
Eugene Hahn 93%
J.A. Hines 93%
Mark Honadel 93%
Mary Hubler 40%
Michael Huebsch 93%
Jean Hundertmark 93%
Robert Jauch 29%
Scott Richard Jensen 100%
Suzanne Jeskewitz 93%
Theodore Kanavas 100%
Dan Kapanke 76%
Dean Kaufert 93%
Neal Kedzie 100%
Steven Kestell 93%
Judy Krawczyk 80%
Robin Kreibich 87%
James Kreuser 27%
Margaret Krusick 33%
Andy Lamb 77%
Alan Lasee 86%
John Lehman 33%
Joseph Leibham 100%
Daniel LeMahieu 93%
Gabe Loeffelholz 93%
Thomas Lothian 93%
Terri McCormick 100%
Dan Meyer 93%
Louis Molepske, Jr. 27%
Phil Montgomery 93%
Terry Musser 93%
Tom Nelson 33%
Scott Newcomer 88%
Ann Nischke 92%
Carol Owens 93%
Joseph Parisi 15%
Mark Pettis 87%
Jeffrey Plale 36%
Don Pridemore 93%
Tom Reynolds 86%
Kitty Rhoades 93%
Jon Richards 27%
Judith Robson 21%
Carol Roessler 86%
Marlin Schneider 27%
Dale Schultz 100%
Donna Seidel 27%
Mike Sheridan 33%
Gary Sherman 20%
John Steinbrink 33%
Cathy Stepp 100%
Jeffrey Stone 93%
Pat Strachota 93%
Scott Suder 93%
Barbara Toles 27%
Debra Towns 92%
John Townsend 93%
David Travis 13%
Robert Turner 23%
Gregg Underheim 93%
Terry Van Akkeren 33%
Karl Van Roy 80%
Daniel Vrakas 100%
Amy Vruwink 33%
David Ward 93%
Sheldon Wasserman 40%
Steve Wieckert 93%
Annette Williams 13%
Mary Williams 92%
Jeffrey Wood 93%
Robert Ziegelbauer 73%
David Zien 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.

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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