Rating Group: League of Humane Voters Washington

2007-2011 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
WA State House-23 Position 1 Sherry Appleton D 100%
WA State House-36 Position 1 Reuven Carlyle D 100%
WA State House-34 Position 1 Eileen Cody D 100%
WA State Senate-25 Bruce Dammeier R 100%
WA State Senate-27 Jeannie Darneille D 100%
John Driscoll 100%
WA State House-44 Position 1 Hans Dunshee D 100%
WA State Senate-30 Tracey Eide D 100%
Fred Finn 100%
WA State House-28 Position 2 Tami Green D 100%
WA State House-11 Position 1 Zack Hudgins D 100%
WA State House-22 Position 2 Sam Hunt D 100%
WA State House-48 Position 1 Ross Hunter D 100%
Jim Jacks 100%
WA State House-32 Position 2 Ruth Kagi D 100%
Claudia Kauffman 100%
WA State Senate-33 Karen Keiser D 100%
WA U.S. House-6 Derek Kilmer D 100%
WA State Senate-37 Adam Kline D 100%
WA State Senate-36 Jeanne Kohl-Welles D 100%
WA State Senate-21 Marko Liias D 100%
Marcie Maxwell 100%
WA State Senate-38 John McCoy D 100%
Jim McEntire 100%
Mark Miloscia 100%
WA State House-25 Position 1 Dawn Morrell D 100%
WA State House-40 Position 2 Jeff Morris D 100%
WA Mayor-At-Large Edward Murray D 100%
WA State Senate-34 Sharon Nelson D 100%
Eric Oemig 100%
WA State House-33 Position 1 Tina Orwall D 100%
WA State Senate-43 Jamie Pedersen D 100%
Tim Probst 100%
WA State House-21 Position 1 Mary Helen Roberts D 100%
WA State Senate-23 Christine Rolfes D 100%
WA State House-37 Position 1 Sharon Tomiko Santos D 100%
WA State House-26 Position 2 Larry Seaquist D 100%
Geoff Simpson 100%
WA State House-47 Position 2 Pat Sullivan D 100%
WA State Senate-48 Rodney Tom D 100%
Dave Upthegrove 100%
Scott White 100%
Jerome Delvin 83%
WA State Senate-44 Steve Hobbs D 83%
Christopher Marr 83%
WA State Senate-35 Timothy Sheldon D 83%
Paull Shin 83%
Tom Campbell 80%
WA State Senate-32 Maralyn Chase D 80%
WA State House-43 Position 2 Frank Chopp D 80%
WA State House-41 Position 2 Judy Clibborn D 80%
WA State Senate-29 Steve Conway D 80%
Mary Lou Dickerson 80%
Deb Eddy 80%
WA State House-45 Position 1 Roger Goodman D 80%
WA State House-35 Position 1 Kathy Haigh D 80%
WA State Senate-11 Bob Hasegawa D 80%
WA State House-31 Position 2 Christopher Hurst D 80%
WA Auditor Troy Kelley D 80%
Phyllis Kenney 80%
WA State House-29 Position 2 Steve Kirby D 80%
Kelli Linville 80%
WA State House-49 Position 2 Jim Moeller D 80%
WA State House-3 Position 2 Timm Ormsby D 80%
WA State House-37 Position 2 Eric Pettigrew D 80%
WA State House-5 Position 1 Jay Rodne R 80%
WA State House-38 Position 2 Mike Sells D 80%
WA State House-45 Position 2 Larry Springer D 80%
WA State Senate-31 Pam Roach R 67%
WA State House-10 Position 1 Norma Smith R 67%
Glenn Anderson 60%
WA State Senate-10 Barbara Bailey R 60%
WA State House-19 Position 1 Dean Takko D 60%
WA State House-24 Position 1 Kevin Van De Wege D 60%
WA State House-16 Position 1 Maureen Walsh R 60%
WA State Senate-13 Janéa Holmquist Newbry R 50%
Mike Hope 50%
WA State House-14 Position 1 Norm Johnson R 50%
Bob Morton 50%
WA State House-6 Position 1 Kevin Parker R 50%
Gary Alexander 40%
Mike Armstrong 40%
WA State House-20 Position 1 Richard DeBolt R 40%
WA State House-14 Position 2 Charles Ross R 40%
WA State Senate-15 Jim Honeyford R 33%
Bill Hinkle 25%
WA State House-13 Position 1 Judy Warnick R 25%
WA State House-19 Position 2 Brian Blake D 20%
WA State House-15 Position 1 Bruce Chandler R 20%
WA State House-12 Position 1 Cary Condotta R 20%
Larry Crouse 20%
WA State House-8 Position 2 Larry Haler R 20%
WA State House-7 Position 2 Joel Kretz R 20%
WA State House-39 Position 1 Dan Kristiansen R 20%
Jim McCune 20%
WA State House-20 Position 2 Ed Orcutt R 20%
WA State Senate-39 Kirk Pearson R 20%
WA State Senate-26 Jan Angel R 0%
WA State House-8 Position 1 Brad Klippert R 0%
WA State House-9 Position 2 Joe Schmick R 0%
WA State House-4 Position 2 Matt Shea R 0%
WA State House-7 Position 1 Shelly Short R 0%

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