Rating Group: Palmetto Family Alliance

2003-2010 Positions (House Only)

State Office Name Party Rating
Paul Agnew 53%
Liston Barfield 88%
James Battle, Jr. 54%
Kenneth Bingham 93%
Don Bowen 82%
Joan Brady 55%
Lester Branham, Jr. 50%
Curtis Brantley 33%
Grady Brown 46%
Boyd Brown 43%
Harry Cato 95%
Richard Chalk, Jr. 88%
Daniel Cooper 73%
Kristopher Crawford 90%
Tracy Edge 70%
Marion Frye 88%
Carl Gullick 67%
Anton Gunn 54%
Nikki Haley 90%
Nelson Hardwick 89%
Robert Harrell, Jr. 73%
James Harrison 88%
Cathy Harvin 39%
George Hearn 86%
Kenneth Hodges 38%
Jenny Horne 71%
Douglas Jennings, Jr. 48%
Keith Kelly 89%
Kenneth Kennedy 12%
Herbert Kirsh 85%
Chip Limehouse III 86%
Lanny Littlejohn 70%
Deborah Long 64%
Walton McLeod III 58%
Vida Miller 54%
Joey Millwood 100%
Wendy Nanney 100%
James Neal 76%
Joseph Neal 34%
Denny Neilson 73%
Ralph Norman, Jr. 50%
Harry Ott, Jr. 65%
Phillip Owens 96%
Steve Parker 100%
Anne Peterson Hutto 36%
Lewis Pinson 88%
Edward Pitts, Jr. 93%
Bakari Sellers 34%
B. R. Skelton 65%
Donald Smith 82%
Roland Smith 88%
James Stewart, Jr. 76%
Michael Thompson 78%
C. David Umphlett, Jr. 71%
Ted Vick 61%
Thad Viers 72%
William Wylie 62%
Annette Young 82%
SC State House-59 Terry Alexander D 26%
SC State Senate-7 Karl Allen D 38%
SC State House-103 Carl Anderson D 33%
SC State House-42 Mike Anthony D 59%
SC State House-80 Jimmy Bales D 62%
SC State House-122 Bill Bowers D 56%
SC State House-116 Robert Brown D 26%
SC State House-82 William Clyburn, Sr. D 36%
SC State House-66 Gilda Cobb-Hunter D 19%
SC State House-23 Chandra Dillard D 29%
SC State House-52 Laurie Funderburk D 58%
SC State House-111 Wendell Gilliard D 50%
SC State House-95 Jerry Govan, Jr. D 50%
SC State House-73 Chris Hart D 30%
SC State House-55 Jackie Hayes D 69%
SC State House-91 Lonnie Hosey D 49%
SC State House-76 Leon Howard D 12%
SC State House-102 Joseph Jefferson, Jr. D 48%
SC State House-49 John King D 36%
SC State House-97 Patsy Knight D 49%
SC State House-109 David Mack III D 16%
SC State House-77 Joe McEachern D 50%
SC State House-31 Harold Mitchell, Jr. D 39%
SC State House-12 Anne Parks D 41%
SC State House-74 Todd Rutherford D 15%
SC State House-72 James Smith, Jr. D 22%
SC State House-119 Leon Stavrinakis D 44%
SC State House-51 J. David Weeks D 55%
SC State House-113 Seth Whipper D 13%
SC State House-62 Robert Williams D 41%
SC State House-36 Rita Allison R 100%
SC State House-71 Nathan Ballentine R 92%
SC State House-24 Bruce Bannister R 100%
SC State House-28 Eric Bedingfield R 100%
SC State House-107 Alan Clemmons R 87%
SC State House Derham Cole, Jr. R 100%
SC State House-92 Joe Daning R 64%
SC State House-43 Greg Delleney, Jr. R 99%
SC U.S. House-3 Jeff Duncan R 92%
SC State House-124 Shannon Erickson R 100%
SC State House-34 Mike Forrester R 100%
SC State Senate-4 Mike Gambrell R 66%
SC State House-20 Daniel Hamilton R 86%
SC State House-118 Bill Herbkersman R 79%
SC State House-4 Davey Hiott R 95%
SC State House-85 Chip Huggins R 86%
SC State House-19 Dwight Loftis R 97%
SC State House-60 Phillip Lowe R 93%
SC State House-65 James Lucas R 95%
SC State House-99 James Merrill R 79%
SC State House-29 Dennis Moss R 71%
SC State House-30 Steve Moss R 80%
SC State House-14 Michael Pitts R 79%
SC State Senate-2 Rex Rice R 100%
SC State House-2 William Sandifer III R 79%
SC U.S. Senate-Jr Tim Scott R 86%
SC State House-46 Gary Simrill R 93%
SC State House-27 Garry Smith R 100%
SC State House-67 Murrell Smith, Jr. R 89%
SC State House-112 Mike Sottile R 64%
SC State House-96 Spires R 69%
SC State House-18 Tommy Stringer R 100%
SC State House-88 McLain Toole R 91%
SC State House-6 Brian White R 75%
SC State House-1 William Whitmire R 81%
SC State House-16 Mark Willis R 86%
SC State Senate-24 Tom Young, Jr. R 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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