Rating Group: Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry

2013 Positions (Senate)

State Office Name Party Rating
NE U.S. House-2 Brad Ashford D 100
NE State Senate-1 Dan Watermeier Other 100
NE State Senate-2 Bill Kintner Other 88
NE State Senate-5 Heath Mello Other 100
NE State Senate-8 Burke Harr Other 100
NE State Senate-9 Sara Howard Other 100
NE State Senate-10 Bob Krist Other 88
NE State Senate-11 Ernie Chambers Other 86
NE State Senate-13 Tanya Cook Other 100
NE State Senate-14 Jim Smith Other 83
NE State Senate-16 Lydia Brasch Other 88
NE State Senate-17 Dave Bloomfield Other 88
NE State Senate-19 Jim Scheer Other 89
NE State Senate-21 Ken Haar Other 100
NE State Senate-22 Paul Schumacher Other 100
NE State Senate-23 Jerry Johnson Other 100
NE State Senate-25 Kathy Campbell Other 100
NE State Senate-27 Colby Coash Other 86
NE State Senate-29 Kate Bolz Other 100
NE State Senate-31 Rick Kolowski Other 88
NE State Senate-33 Les Seiler Other 100
NE State Senate-35 Mike Gloor Other 100
NE State Senate-37 Galen Hadley Other 100
NE State Senate-39 Beau McCoy Other 86
NE State Senate-40 Tyson Larson Other 83
NE State Senate-41 Kate Sullivan Other 88
NE State Senate-43 Al Davis Other 78
NE State Senate-45 Sue Crawford Other 88
NE State Senate-47 Ken Schilz Other 86
NE State Senate-49 John Murante Other 86
NE Auditor of Public Accounts Charlie Janssen R 71
Gregory Adams 89
William Avery 100
Tom Carlson 100
Mark Christensen 88
Danielle Conrad 100
Annette Dubas 100
Thomas Hansen 78
John Harms 88
Russ Karpisek 78
Steve Lathrop 100
Scott Lautenbaugh 80
Amanda McGill 100
John Nelson 88
Jeremy Nordquist 100
Pete Pirsch 89
Scott Price 100
Norman Wallman 89
John Wightman 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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