Rating Group: Colorado Union of Taxpayers

2003 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
CO U.S. House-5 Doug Lamborn R 59%
CO State Senate-11 Michael Merrifield D 21%
CO State Senate-12 Bill Cadman R 88%
CO State Senate-15 Kevin Lundberg R 88%
CO State Senate-20 Cheri Jahn D 21%
CO State Senate-25 Mary Hodge D 25%
CO Commissioner of Agriculture John Salazar N/A 25%
CO Council Member-1 Susan Shepherd 38%
CO Council Member-3 Keith King R 67%
CO Council Member-Ward 1 Ramey Johnson N/A 29%
CO Commissioner-2 Steve Johnson 45%
CO Commissioner-2 Liane McFadyen D 33%
Norma Anderson 33%
John Andrews 43%
Ken Arnold 43%
Gayle Berry 33%
Alice Borodkin 25%
Betty Boyd 21%
Bob Briggs 38%
Greg Brophy 70%
Dorothy Butcher 21%
Bruce Cairns 48%
Terrance Carroll 39%
Michael Cerbo 20%
Ken Chlouber 36%
Lauri Clapp 67%
Mark Alan Cloer 67%
Fran Coleman 33%
Bill Crane 67%
Richard Decker 63%
F. Jim Dyer 41%
Lewis Entz 20%
John Evans 43%
Rob Fairbank 46%
Joan Fitz-Gerald 24%
K. Jerry Frangas 25%
Michael Garcia 33%
Kenneth Marshall Gordon 29%
Peter Groff 53%
Daniel Grossman 41%
Bob Hagedorn 38%
Dale Hall 38%
Deanna Hanna 29%
Ted Harvey 71%
Lynn Christian Hefley 58%
Mark Hillman 55%
Diane Hoppe 38%
James Isgar 43%
Ed Jones 55%
Joel Judd 13%
Maryanne Keller 18%
Kenneth Kester 32%
Mark Larson 50%
Don Lee 78%
Alice Madden 25%
Rosemary Marshall 27%
Michael May 41%
Ronny May 57%
Bob McCluskey, Jr. 38%
Andrew McElhany 59%
Carl Miller 38%
Shawn Mitchell 78%
Alice Nichol 43%
David Owen 45%
Angie Paccione 42%
Terry Phillips 26%
Tom Plant 17%
John Pommer 17%
Ann Ragsdale 33%
Peggy Reeves 23%
Pamela Rhodes 83%
Gregg Rippy 38%
Andrew Romanoff 17%
Raymond Rose 46%
David Schultheis 83%
William Sinclair 54%
Matt Smith 33%
Nancy Spence 46%
Lola Spradley 42%
Debbie Stafford 43%
Joseph Stengel, Jr. 39%
Stephanie Takis 27%
Abel Tapia 32%
Jack Taylor 43%
Ronald Teck 45%
Lois Tochtrop 29%
Ron Tupa 38%
Valentin Vigil 21%
Frank Weddig 14%
Paul Weissmann 38%
Albert White 46%
Tom Wiens 50%
Suzanne Williams 21%
Tambor Williams 33%
Sue Windels 33%
John Witwer 33%
Bradley Young 43%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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