Rating Group: Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy

2005 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
OK Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb R 100%
OK State House-4 Mike Brown D 70%
OK State House-5 Doug Cox R 90%
OK State House-8 Ben Sherrer D 100%
OK State House-12 Wade Rousselot D 89%
OK State House-13 Jerry McPeak D 63%
OK State House-16 Jerry Shoemake D 90%
OK State House-19 R. C. Pruett D 90%
OK State House-33 Lee Denney R 100%
OK State House-39 Marian Cooksey R 100%
OK State House-42 Lisa Billy R 100%
OK State House-54 Paul Wesselhoft R 100%
OK State House-58 Jeff Hickman R 100%
OK State House-64 Ann Coody R 100%
OK State House-67 Pam Peterson R 100%
OK State House-78 Jeannie McDaniel D 100%
OK State House-82 Kevin Calvey R 100%
OK State House-84 Sally Kern R 100%
OK State House-92 Richard Morrissette D 90%
OK State House-97 Mike Shelton D 89%
OK State House-101 Gary Banz R 100%
OK State Senate-1 Charles Wyrick D 100%
OK State Senate-9 Earl Garrison D 100%
OK State Senate-12 Brian Bingman R 90%
OK State Senate-13 Susan Paddack D 100%
OK State Senate-19 Patrick Anderson R 90%
OK State Senate-23 Ron Justice R 100%
OK State Senate-25 Mike Mazzei R 100%
OK State Senate-29 John Ford R 90%
OK State Senate-31 Don Barrington R 100%
OK State Senate-32 Randy Bass D 100%
OK State Senate-39 Brian Crain R 100%
OK State Senate-41 Clark Jolley R 100%
OK Attorney General Scott Pruitt R 100%
OK Secretary of State Chris Benge R 90%
OK Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett R 100%
OK Commissioner-2 Mike Thompson 100%
OK Commissioner-3 Ron Peters R 80%
OK Treasurer Ken Miller R 90%
Tom Adelson 100%
Dennis Adkins 89%
Cliff Aldridge 78%
Don Armes 100%
Jari Askins 100%
John Auffet 80%
Thad Balkman 100%
Deborah Kay Blackburn 89%
Gus Blackwell 100%
David Braddock 90%
Cliff Branan 100%
Neil Brannon 90%
Randy Brogdon 70%
Bernest Cain, Jr. 100%
Gilmer Neely Capps 100%
John Wayne Carey 100%
Lance Cargill 100%
Bill Case 88%
Harry Coates, Jr. 100%
Glenn Coffee 100%
Kenneth Corn 100%
James Covey 70%
Johnnie Crutchfield 100%
Odilia Dank 100%
Dale DePue 100%
Abe Deutschendorf 70%
Dale DeWitt 100%
Joe Dorman 90%
Rex Duncan 80%
Mary Easley 89%
Judy Eason McIntyre 90%
Joe Eddins 100%
Jerry Ellis 90%
Ted Fisher 100%
Darrell Gilbert 90%
Larry Glenn 90%
Jay Paul Gumm 100%
Rebecca Hamilton 88%
J. Berry Harrison 100%
Terry Harrison, Jr. 88%
Chris Hastings 86%
Wes Hilliard 90%
Calvin Jackson Hobson III 100%
Terry Hyman 90%
Terry Ingmire 90%
Mike Jackson 100%
Shane Jett 100%
Mike Johnson 70%
Rob Johnson 90%
Tad Jones 90%
Robert Mark Kerr 100%
Ryan Dean Kiesel 89%
Lucky Lamons 100%
Charlie Laster 100%
Owen Laughlin 70%
Daisy Lawler 100%
Debbe Leftwich 100%
Richard Lerblance 100%
Guy Liebmann 100%
Al Lindley 89%
Mark Liotta 100%
Steve Martin 80%
Michael Mass 70%
Raymond Gene McCarter 70%
Ryan McMullen 63%
Doug Miller 100%
Ray Miller 70%
Angela Monson 100%
Danny Morgan 90%
Fred Samuel Morgan 100%
Mike Morgan 100%
David Myers 100%
John Nance 100%
Bill Nations 90%
Jim Newport 90%
Jonathan Nichols 89%
Fred Perry 90%
Ron Peterson 90%
Greg Piatt 89%
Bob Plunk 90%
Jeff Rabon 78%
Jim Reynolds 100%
Mike Reynolds 80%
Phil Richardson 90%
Nancy Riley 100%
Paul Roan 100%
Curt Roggow 100%
Jabar Shumate 89%
Franklin David Shurden 75%
John Smaligo, Jr. 80%
Glen Bud Smithson 80%
Barbara Annette Staggs 89%
Kris Steele 100%
Dan Sullivan 100%
Joe Loyd Sweeden 89%
Stratton Taylor 88%
Randy Terrill 100%
Sue Tibbs 100%
Opio Toure 90%
John Trebilcock 100%
Dale Turner 67%
Purcy Walker 100%
Kathleen Wilcoxson 86%
James Williamson 100%
Jim Wilson 100%
Mike Wilt 80%
Susan Winchester 100%
Trebor Worthen 100%
John Wright 70%
Ray Young 89%

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