Rating Group: Louisiana Family Forum

2007 Positions on Conservative Values

State Office Name Party Rating
LA U.S. Senate-Jr Bill Cassidy R 100
LA U.S. House-1 Steve Scalise R 100
LA U.S. House-2 Cedric Richmond D 38
LA State House-1 James Morris R 88
LA State House-2 Roy Burrell D 38
LA State House-4 Patrick Williams D 43
LA State House-13 James Fannin D 63
LA State House-21 Andy Anders D 50
LA State House-29 Regina Barrow D 50
LA State House-35 Brett Geymann R 100
LA State House-36 Charles Kleckley R 88
LA State House-41 Mickey Guillory D 71
LA State House-45 Joel Robideaux R 86
LA State House-52 Gordon Dove, Sr. R 75
LA State House-59 Eddie Lambert R 88
LA State House-60 Karen St Germain D 38
LA State House-75 Harold Ritchie D 57
LA State House-89 Tim Burns R 86
LA State House-94 Nick Lorusso R 88
LA State House-100 Austin Badon, Jr. D 38
LA State House-102 Jeffery Arnold D 63
LA State Senate-1 A. Crowe, Jr. R 100
LA State Senate-3 Jean-Paul Morrell D 38
LA State Senate-4 Edwin Murray D 57
LA State Senate-5 Karen Peterson D 29
LA State Senate-6 Bodi White, Jr. R 88
LA State Senate-8 John Alario, Jr. R 38
LA State Senate-10 Daniel Martiny R 86
LA State Senate-12 Ben Nevers, Sr. D 83
LA State Senate-13 Dale Erdey R 86
LA State Senate-14 Yvonne Dorsey-Colomb D 25
LA State Senate-15 Sharon Broome D 86
LA State Senate-18 Jody Amedee R 83
LA State Senate-19 Gary Smith, Jr. D 43
LA State Senate-24 Elbert Guillory R 57
LA State Senate-25 Dan Morrish R 75
LA State Senate-27 Ronnie Johns R 75
LA State Senate-28 Eric LaFleur D 57
LA State Senate-29 Richard Gallot, Jr. D 25
LA State Senate-30 John Smith R 75
LA State Senate-33 Michael Walsworth R 100
LA State Senate-34 Francis Thompson D 88
LA State Senate-35 Robert Kostelka R 83
LA State Senate-36 Robert Adley R 86
LA State Senate-38 Sherri Buffington R 57
LA Secretary of State Tom Schedler, Jr. R 83
LA Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Mike Strain R 100
LA Parish President-At-Large Errol Romero 50
Ernest Alexander 100
Glenn Ansardi 75
Diana Bajoie 50
Damon Baldone 38
Robert Barham 86
Clara Baudoin 50
Ernest Baylor, Jr. 38
Gary Beard 100
Walter Boasso 100
Shirley Bowler 88
Beverly Gourdon Bruce 29
James Cain 86
Robert Carter 50
Donald Cazayoux, Jr. 57
Joel Chaisson II 50
Billy Chandler 75
Carl Crane 88
Donald Cravins, Jr. 80
Israel Curtis 29
N. J. Damico 50
William Daniel IV 43
Carla Dartez 29
Charles DeWitt, Jr. 17
Jean Doerge 43
Hollis Downs 86
Ann Duplessis 50
Reggie Dupre, Jr. 67
Sydnie Mae Durand 88
Noble Ellington 86
Rick Farrar 63
Robert Faucheux, Jr. 63
Cleo Fields 50
Heulette Fontenot 86
Mickey Frith 75
Butch Gautreaux 71
Nick Gautreaux 86
Cheryl Gray Evans 43
Hunter Greene 100
Elcie Guillory 71
Terrell Harris 14
Alexander Heaton 80
Troy Hebert 63
Francis Heitmeier 80
Herman Ray Hill 63
Donald Hines 67
Ken Hollis 100
Avon Honey 43
Willie Hunter, Jr. 33
Nita Hutter 71
Lydia Jackson 50
Michael Jackson 20
Jalila Jefferson-Bullock 25
Charles Jones 57
Kay Katz 100
Donald Kennard 80
Lelon Kenney 63
John LaBruzzo, Jr. 100
Juan LaFonta 33
Charles Lancaster, Jr. 88
Arthur Lentini 100
Max Malone 100
Robert Marionneaux, Jr. 60
Charles McDonald 50
Joe McPherson 67
Thomas McVea 71
Michael Michot 100
Billy Montgomery 71
Willie Mount 86
Kenneth Odinet, Sr. 38
Wilfred Pierre 25
Gillis Pinac 63
Loulan Pitre, Jr. 63
Henry Powell 83
Michael Powell 100
Roy Quezaire, Jr. 29
Julie Quinn 100
Craig Romero 71
Joe Salter 25
Matthew Schneider III 100
Derrick Shepherd 43
M. J. Smiley, Jr. 100
Jack Smith 38
Jane Smith 88
Kenneth Smith 86
Charmaine Stiaes 29
Gerald Theunissen 86
Joseph Toomy 75
Thomas Townsend 38
Donald Trahan 100
Warren Triche, Jr. 75
Jim Tucker 100
J. Chris Ullo 71
Wayne Waddell 88
Monica Walker 38
Diane Winston 100
Ernest Wooton 75

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