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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: American Family Association of Arkansas

2005 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
AR Justice of the Peace 7 Jim Medley Republican 86%
AR State Senate 12 Bruce Maloch Democratic 65%
AR State Senate 14 Bill Sample Republican 79%
AR State Senate 16 Michael Lamoureux Republican 72%
AR State House 17 Henry Wilkins IV Democratic 70%
AR State Senate 19 David Wyatt Democratic 65%
AR State Senate 20 Robert Thompson III Democratic 51%
AR State Senate 25 Stephanie Flowers Democratic 37%
AR State Senate 30 Linda Chesterfield Democratic 2%
AR State Senate 31 Joyce Elliott Democratic 0%
AR State Senate 32 David Johnson Democratic 0%
AR State Senate 33 Jeremy Hutchinson Republican 72%
AR State House 76 Denny Altes Republican 80%
AR County Judge At-Large Preston Scroggin 86%
AR Insurance Commissioner Jay Bradford Democratic 16%
AR Secretary of State Mark Martin Republican 86%
AR Attorney General Dustin McDaniel Democratic 30%
Bill Abernathy 51%
Bob Adams 86%
Pam Adcock 72%
Keven Anderson 86%
James Argue, Jr. 40%
Gilbert Baker 90%
Stan Berry 79%
David Bisbee 60%
Buddy Blair 16%
Nancy Blount 16%
Johnnie Bolin 65%
Will Bond 9%
Jerry Bookout 80%
Shirley Borhauer 65%
Travis Boyd 58%
Stephen Bright 65%
Shane Broadway 40%
Irma Brown 30%
Steve Bryles 40%
Mike Burris 79%
John Paul Capps 70%
Marvin Childers 86%
Booker Clemons 9%
David Cook 72%
Eddie Cooper 65%
Kenneth Wayne Cowling 51%
Dawn Creekmore 79%
Jack Critcher 70%
Leroy Dangeau 37%
Monty Davenport 65%
Otis Davis 44%
Tommy Dickinson 65%
David Dunn 51%
Marilyn Edwards 30%
A. David Evans 65%
Lenville Evans, Sr. 58%
Curren Everett 65%
Steve Faris 50%
Dwight Fite 86%
Nathan George 86%
Frank Glidewell 93%
Bobby Glover 90%
Kevin Goss 23%
Rick Green 79%
Horace Hardwick 79%
Willie Hardy 23%
Steve Harrelson 37%
Eric Harris 86%
Kim Hendren 90%
Stephen W. Higginbothom, Sr. 40%
Jim Hill 70%
Jim Holt 100%
Barbara Horn 60%
Timothy Hutchinson 79%
Phillip Jackson 65%
Gene Jeffress 90%
Jimmy Jeffress 70%
Robert Jeffrey 93%
Bob Johnson 60%
Janet Johnson 16%
Mike Kenney 86%
Johnny Key 86%
Ray Kidd 44%
Randy Laverty 60%
Sam Ledbetter 0%
Wilhelmina Lewellen 16%
James Luker 40%
Dewayne Mack 86%
Sue Madison 30%
Jodie Mahony 16%
W. Percy Malone 70%
Jay Martin 65%
Douglas Matayo 79%
Bob Mathis 30%
Allen Maxwell 51%
Paul Miller 70%
William Wayne Nichols 72%
James Norton 100%
Charles Ormond 44%
George Overbey, Jr. 79%
Daryl Pace 65%
Mark Pate 44%
Benny Petrus 72%
Betty Pickett 23%
Sandra Prater 79%
Bill Pritchard 79%
Beverly Pyle 100%
Roy Ragland 86%
David Rainey 37%
Randy Morton Rankin 65%
Robert Reep 30%
Tommy Roebuck 51%
J.R. Rogers 79%
Sid Rosenbaum 93%
Mary Salmon 30%
R.D. Saunders 23%
Susan Schulte 93%
Lindsley Smith 2%
William Smith 50%
Tracy Steele 40%
Scott Sullivan 72%
Denny Sumpter 44%
Jerry Taylor 90%
Chris Thomason 72%
Chris Thyer 44%
Sharon Trusty 90%
John Paul Verkamp 79%
Shirley Walters 72%
John Wells 93%
Ruth Whitaker 60%
James Wilkinson 60%
Arnell Willis 16%
Robbie Wills 44%
Shawn Womack 80%
Jeff Wood 79%
Tim Wooldridge 70%

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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