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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Maine People's Alliance

2010 Positions

Issues: Social
State Office District Name Party Rating
ME State House 2 Charles Theriault Democratic 79%
ME State House 3 Bernard Ayotte Republican 26%
ME State House 6 Tyler Clark Republican 63%
ME State House 12 Jeffery Gifford Republican 5%
ME State House 15 Adam Goode Democratic 100%
ME State House 26 Paul Davis, Sr. Republican 11%
ME State House 27 Peter Johnson Republican 5%
ME State House 28 Dean Cray Republican 11%
ME State House 46 Joan Welsh Democratic 89%
ME State House 48 Chuck Kruger Democratic 84%
ME State House 55 H. David Cotta Republican 21%
ME State House 61 W. Bruce MacDonald Democratic 79%
ME State House 63 Charles Priest Democratic 89%
ME State House 65 Peter Kent Democratic 68%
ME State House 67 Seth Berry Democratic 89%
ME State House 68 Michael Beaulieu Republican 11%
ME State House 69 Brian Bolduc Democratic 95%
ME State House 71 Michel Lajoie Democratic 89%
ME State House 72 Michael Carey Democratic 58%
ME State House 74 Margaret Rotundo Democratic 95%
ME State House 76 Henry Beck Democratic 74%
ME State House 78 Robert Nutting Republican 11%
ME State House 79 Sharon Treat Democratic 89%
ME State House 81 L. Gary Knight Republican 21%
ME State House 85 Jeffrey McCabe Democratic 95%
ME State House 87 Paul Gilbert Democratic 89%
ME State House 89 Lance Harvell Republican 16%
ME State House 91 Jarrod Crockett Republican 11%
ME State House 92 Matthew Peterson Democratic 79%
ME State House 93 Sheryl Briggs Democratic 84%
ME State House 94 Teresea Hayes Democratic 68%
ME State House 97 Helen Rankin Democratic 89%
ME State House 102 Michael Shaw Democratic 53%
ME State House 104 Dale Crafts Republican 11%
ME State House 112 Mary Nelson Democratic 63%
ME State House 114 Peter Stuckey Democratic 100%
ME State House 120 Diane Russell Democratic 95%
ME State House 122 Terry Morrison Democratic 89%
ME State House 124 Bryan Kaenrath Democratic 74%
ME State House 125 Ann Peoples Democratic 89%
ME State House 130 Linda Sanborn Democratic 84%
ME State House 133 Barry Hobbins Democratic 88%
ME State House 135 Paulette Beaudoin Democratic 89%
ME State House 137 Alan Casavant Democratic 74%
ME State House 138 James Campbell, Sr. Unaffiliated 74%
ME State House 142 Andrea Boland Democratic 95%
ME State House 146 Mark Eves Democratic 79%
ME State House 147 Kathleen Chase Republican 5%
ME State House 150 Windol Weaver Republican 16%
ME State Senate 1 Dawn Hill Democratic 68%
ME State Senate 3 John Tuttle, Jr. Democratic 74%
ME State Senate 5 Linda Valentino Democratic 79%
ME State Senate 8 Justin Alfond Democratic 100%
ME State Senate 9 Anne Haskell Democratic 84%
ME State Senate 10 Stan Gerzofsky Democratic 94%
ME State Senate 12 Gary Plummer Republican 5%
ME State Senate 13 James Hamper Republican 5%
ME State Senate 16 Margaret Craven Democratic 94%
ME State Senate 18 Thomas Saviello Republican 26%
ME State Senate 21 Patrick Flood Republican 21%
ME State Senate 22 Edward Mazurek Democratic 84%
ME State Senate 23 Mike Thibodeau Republican 0%
ME State Senate 27 Douglas Thomas Republican 5%
ME State Senate 28 Brian Langley Republican 16%
ME State Senate 29 David Burns Republican 11%
ME State Senate 30 Emily Ann Cain Democratic 84%
ME State Senate 33 Andre Cushing III Republican 0%
ME State Senate 34 Roger Sherman Republican 13%
ME State Senate 35 Troy Jackson Democratic 88%
ME Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services Richard Rosen No Party Affiliation 19%
ME Councilor At-Large Jon Hinck Democratic 100%
Herbert Adams 95%
Susan Austin 5%
Philip Bartlett II 94%
Stephen Beaudette 37%
Bruce Bickford 16%
Richard Blanchard 79%
Larry Bliss 94%
Anna Blodgett 89%
Peter Bowman 81%
Joseph Brannigan 94%
William Browne 5%
Bruce Bryant 94%
Mark Bryant 89%
Steven Butterfield II 79%
Richard Cebra 5%
Michael Celli 26%
Herbert Clark 79%
Richard Cleary 42%
Joan Cohen 58%
Gary Connor 58%
Alexander Cornell du Houx 84%
Jonathan Courtney 19%
Philip Curtis 5%
Dennis Damon 94%
Gerald Davis 19%
Bill Diamond 75%
Cynthia Dill 74%
Stacy Dostie 79%
Timothy Driscoll 89%
Robert Duchesne 89%
Robert Eaton 89%
Jane Eberle 79%
Peter Edgecomb 11%
Edward Finch 63%
Stacey Fitts 5%
Sean Flaherty 68%
Elspeth Flemings 95%
Kenneth Fletcher 5%
Les Fossel 11%
Patsy Garside Crockett 84%
Jayne Crosby Giles 21%
Seth Goodall 88%
Walter Gooley 13%
Christian Greeley 21%
Stephen Hanley 37%
Charles Harlow 84%
David Hastings III 13%
George Hogan 79%
Robert Hunt 74%
Melissa Innes 84%
Patricia Jones 84%
Henry Joy 5%
Jane Knapp 11%
Ed Legg 89%
Sarah Lewin 5%
Stephen Lovejoy 79%
Veronica Magnan 95%
Lisa Marraché 94%
James Martin 89%
John Martin 89%
Earle McCormick 31%
Howard McFadden 11%
Jonathan McKane 16%
Everett McLeod, Sr. 5%
Elizabeth Miller 79%
Sawin Millett, Jr. 16%
S. Peter Mills 19%
Elizabeth Mitchell 88%
Joan Nass 5%
Richard Nass 13%
John Nutting VII 75%
Andrew O'Brien 89%
Peggy Pendleton 74%
Leila Percy 84%
Anne Perry 68%
Joseph Perry 94%
Wendy Pieh 79%
Donald Pilon 53%
Hannah Pingree 89%
Wright Pinkham, Sr. 16%
John Piotti 89%
Debra Plowman 31%
Benjamin Pratt 58%
Kerri Prescott 16%
Kevin Raye 31%
Christopher Rector 31%
David Richardson 26%
Wesley Richardson 5%
John Robinson 5%
Kim Rosen 16%
Ralph Sarty, Jr. 5%
M. Schatz 100%
Elizabeth Schneider 81%
Deborah Simpson 88%
Larry Sirois 68%
Douglas Smith 13%
Nancy Smith 74%
Sara Stevens 89%
Meredith Strang Burgess 21%
Nancy Sullivan 88%
Patricia Sutherland 84%
Richard Sykes 5%
Joshua Tardy 21%
Dianne Tilton 11%
A. David Trahan 25%
Pamela Trinward 89%
David Van Wie 68%
Joe Wagner 84%
Richard Wagner 89%
Thomas Watson 89%
David Webster 79%
Carol Weston 13%
Walter Wheeler, Sr. 74%
Michael Willette 53%
Thomas Wright 95%

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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