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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Florida Health Care Association (FHCA)

2012 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
FL Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera Republican 50%
FL State House 1 Clay Ingram Republican 70%
FL State House 3 Doug Broxson Republican 70%
FL State House 4 Matt Gaetz Republican 100%
FL State House 5 Brad Drake Republican 70%
FL State House 8 Alan Williams Democratic 50%
FL State House 9 Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda Democratic 40%
FL State House 10 Elizabeth Porter Republican 70%
FL State House 11 Janet Adkins Republican 80%
FL State House 12 Lake Ray III Republican 70%
FL State House 13 Reggie Fullwood Democratic 50%
FL State House 14 Mia Jones Democratic 20%
FL State House 16 Charles McBurney, Jr. Republican 70%
FL State House 17 Doc Renuart, Sr. Republican 80%
FL State House 19 Charles Van Zant Republican 70%
FL State House 21 Keith Perry Republican 70%
FL State House 23 Dennis Baxley Republican 80%
FL State House 25 Fred Costello Republican 70%
FL State House 26 Dwayne Taylor Democratic 50%
FL State House 28 Jason Brodeur Republican 80%
FL State House 29 Scott Plakon Republican 70%
FL State House 32 Larry Metz Republican 80%
FL State House 33 H. Marlene O'Toole Republican 70%
FL State House 34 Jimmie Smith Republican 70%
FL State House 37 Richard Corcoran Republican 80%
FL State House 41 John Wood Republican 60%
FL State House 44 Eric Eisnaugle Republican 80%
FL State House 50 Tom Goodson Republican 70%
FL State House 51 Steve Crisafulli Republican 70%
FL State House 52 Ritch Workman Republican 70%
FL State House 53 John Tobia Republican 70%
FL State House 54 Debbie Mayfield Republican 70%
FL State House 56 Ben Albritton Republican 80%
FL State House 60 Dana Young Republican 70%
FL State House 62 Janet Cruz Democratic 100%
FL State House 63 Shawn Harrison Republican 80%
FL State House 66 Larry Ahern Republican 80%
FL State House 70 Darryl Rouson Democratic 50%
FL State House 72 Ray Pilon Republican 40%
FL State House 73 Greg Steube Republican 80%
FL State House 75 Kenneth Roberson Republican 80%
FL State House 79 Matthew Caldwell Republican 70%
FL State House 80 Matt Hudson Republican 90%
FL State House 83 Gayle Harrell Republican 80%
FL State House 85 Pat Rooney, Jr. Republican 70%
FL State House 86 Mark Pafford Democratic 40%
FL State House 89 Bill Hager Republican 90%
FL State House 90 Lori Berman Democratic 50%
FL State House 91 Irving Slosberg Democratic 50%
FL State House 92 Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed Democratic 50%
FL State House 93 George Moraitis, Jr. Republican 70%
FL State House 95 Hazelle Rogers Democratic 50%
FL State House 99 Evan Jenne Democratic 50%
FL State House 105 Carlos Trujillo Republican 80%
FL State House 106 Kathleen Passidomo Republican 70%
FL State House 107 Barbara Watson Democratic 50%
FL State House 108 Daphne Campbell Democratic 70%
FL State House 109 Cynthia Stafford Democratic 50%
FL State House 110 Jose Oliva Republican 60%
FL State House 114 Erik Fresen Republican 70%
FL State House 115 Michael Bileca Republican 70%
FL State House 116 Jose Diaz Republican 70%
FL State House 118 Frank Artiles Republican 70%
FL State House 119 Jeanette Nunez Republican 80%
FL State Senate 1 Don Gaetz Republican 100%
FL State Senate 2 Greg Evers Republican 70%
FL State Senate 3 Bill Montford Democratic 60%
FL State Senate 5 Charles Dean, Sr. Republican 70%
FL State Senate 8 Dorothy Hukill Republican 40%
FL State Senate 9 Audrey Gibson Democratic 70%
FL State Senate 10 David Simmons Republican 70%
FL State Senate 11 Alan Hays Republican 70%
FL State Senate 12 Geraldine Thompson Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 13 Andy Gardiner Republican 80%
FL State Senate 14 Darren Soto Democratic 60%
FL State Senate 15 Kelli Stargel Republican 70%
FL State Senate 16 Thad Altman Republican 80%
FL State Senate 17 John Legg Republican 70%
FL State Senate 19 Arthenia Joyner Democratic 40%
FL State Senate 20 Jack Latvala Republican 80%
FL State Senate 21 Denise Grimsley Republican 90%
FL State Senate 22 Jeff Brandes Republican 40%
FL State Senate 23 Garrett Richter Republican 70%
FL State Senate 25 Joseph Abruzzo Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 27 Jeff Clemens Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 28 Nancy Detert Republican 80%
FL State Senate 29 Jeremy Ring Democratic 40%
FL State Senate 30 Lizbeth Benacquisto Republican 70%
FL State Senate 31 Christopher Smith Democratic 60%
FL State Senate 32 Joe Negron Republican 100%
FL State Senate 33 Eleanor Sobel Democratic 40%
FL State Senate 34 Maria Sachs Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 35 Gwen Margolis Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 36 Oscar Braynon II Democratic 50%
FL State Senate 37 Anitere Flores Republican 80%
FL State Senate 38 Rene Garcia Republican 100%
FL State Senate 39 Dwight Bullard Democratic 60%
FL State Senate 40 Miguel Diaz de la Portilla Republican 50%
FL Mayor At-Large Rick Kriseman Democratic 40%
FL Public Service Commissioner Jimmy Theo Patronis, Jr. 80%
J.D. Alexander 80%
Gary Aubuchon 70%
Leonard Bembry 50%
Michael Bennett 80%
Mackenson Bernard 40%
Ellyn Bogdanoff 100%
Janegale Boyd 70%
Larcenia Bullard 60%
Rachel Burgin 100%
Dean Cannon, Jr. 80%
Cynthia Moore Chestnut 50%
Marti Coley 70%
Daniel Davis 90%
Paula Dockery 50%
Christopher Dorworth 80%
Mike Fasano 40%
Clay Ford 80%
James Frishe 100%
Luis Garcia, Jr. 60%
Joseph Gibbons 50%
Richard Glorioso 70%
Eddy Gonzalez 80%
J.W. Grant 40%
Mike Haridopolos 80%
Doug Holder 80%
Ed Hooper 70%
Mike Horner 80%
Dennis Jones 40%
John Julien 50%
Martin Kiar 40%
Paige Kreegel 70%
Ana Logan 70%
Evelyn Lynn 70%
Seth McKeel 70%
Peter Nehr 70%
Brooks Nelson 70%
Jim Norman 20%
Stephen Oelrich 70%
Steve Perman 40%
Ari Abraham Porth 50%
Stephen Precourt 70%
Bill Proctor 70%
Scott Randolph 40%
Betty Reed 40%
Nan Rich 60%
Franklin Sands 60%
Ron Saunders 60%
Rob Schenck III 80%
Elaine Schwartz 60%
Gary Siplin 100%
William Snyder 70%
Ronda Storms 10%
John Thrasher 60%
Perry Thurston, Jr. 50%
James Waldman 50%
William Weatherford 100%
Michael Weinstein 80%
Trudi Williams 70%
Stephen Wise 80%

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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