State Office Name Party Rating
R. Tiny Adams 25%
John Aguilera, Jr. 60%
Robert Alderman 20%
IN State Senate-22 Ron Alting R 10%
Rose Ann Antich-Carr 33%
IN State House-36 Terri Austin D 40%
Dennis Avery 60%
Ralph Donald Ayres 20%
Jeb Bardon 80%
IN State House-6 Pat Bauer D 33%
IN State House-91 Robert Behning R 20%
Robert Bischoff 30%
IN State House-45 Bruce Borders R 10%
Randy Borror 22%
IN State House-88 Brian Bosma R 0%
James Bottorff 30%
Anita Bowser 60%
Richard Bray 22%
Billie Breaux 67%
William Bright 10%
IN State Senate-10 John Broden D 40%
IN State House-3 Charlie Brown D 100%
IN State House-41 Timothy Brown R 10%
IN State Senate-21 James Buck R 22%
Mary Kay Budak 20%
Lawrence Buell, Sr. 20%
IN State House-58 Charles Burton R 20%
Duane Cheney 80%
IN State House-53 Bob Cherry R 20%
J. Murray Clark 10%
William Cochran 60%
William Crawford 90%
Allie Craycraft, Jr. 30%
David Crooks 30%
Bill Davis 90%
John Day 40%
Jerry Denbo 22%
Mae Dickinson 100%
Gary Dillon 10%
Chester Dobis 25%
Richard Dodge 10%
Jeff Drozda 10%
Cleo Duncan 10%
IN State House-8 Ryan Dvorak D 60%
Jeffrey Espich 20%
Ralph Foley 22%
David Ford 0%
IN State House-23 William Friend R 20%
IN State House-93 David Frizzell R 20%
Craig Fry 50%
Beverly Gard 10%
Robert Garton 10%
Benjamin GiaQuinta, Sr. 40%
IN State House-66 Terry Goodin D 22%
Dale Grubb 20%
Eric Gutwein 20%
IN State House-2 Earl Harris D 90%
Timothy Harris 10%
Joseph Harrison 25%
Steven Heim 10%
Victor Heinold 10%
IN State Senate-7 Brandt Hershman R 11%
Phillip Hinkle 25%
Robert Hoffman 17%
Glenn Howard 40%
George Philip Hoy 90%
Lindel Hume 40%
Robert Jackman 10%
IN State Senate-20 Howard Kenley R 0%
IN State House-43 Clyde Kersey D 60%
IN State House-27 Sheila Klinker D 30%
IN State House-65 Eric Koch R 10%
Thomas Kromkowski 30%
IN State Senate-14 Dennis Kruse R 0%
Robert Daniel Kuzman 30%
IN State Senate-25 Tim Lanane D 50%
Sue Landske 10%
IN Secretary of State Connie Lawson R 10%
IN State House-1 Linda Lawson D 78%
IN State House-25 Donald Lehe R 20%
IN State House-50 Daniel Leonard R 20%
James Lewis, Jr. 40%
IN State Senate-16 David Long R 20%
Teresa Lubbers 10%
Larry Lutz 30%
L. Jack Lutz 10%
Edmund Mahern 70%
Carolene Mays 33%
Richard McClain 22%
Robert Meeks 10%
IN State Senate-31 Jim Merritt, Jr. R 10%
IN U.S. House-6 Luke Messer R 20%
Joe Micon 60%
IN State Senate-32 Patricia Miller R 20%
IN State Senate-9 Ryan Mishler R 10%
Winfield Moses, Jr. 89%
IN State Senate-1 Frank Mrvan, Jr. D 30%
Michael Murphy 22%
Timothy Neese 20%
Cindy Noe 20%
Johnny Nugent 10%
David Orentlicher 80%
Dennie Oxley II 30%
Allen Paul 20%
IN State House-9 Scott Pelath D 30%
Phillip Pflum 22%
IN State House-61 Matt Pierce D 80%
Phyllis Pond 10%
IN State House-96 Gregory Porter D 80%
Scott Reske 30%
IN State House-29 Kathy Richardson R 20%
Marvin Riegsecker 10%
Michael Ripley 20%
Paul Robertson 30%
IN State Senate-3 Earline Rogers D 60%
William Ruppel 11%
IN State House-54 Thomas Saunders R 22%
Gregory Dale Server 22%
Vi Simpson 63%
Connie Weigleb Sipes 30%
Timothy Skinner 50%
John Smith 10%
Samuel Smith, Jr. 50%
IN State House-14 Vernon Smith D 67%
IN State Senate-44 Brent Steele R 10%
Dan Stevenson, Sr. 50%
Russell Stilwell 30%
IN U.S. House-3 Marlin Stutzman R 10%
IN State House-99 Vanessa Summers D 89%
Andy Thomas 10%
IN State House-28 Jeffrey Thompson R 20%
Vern Tincher 50%
IN State House-39 Gerald Torr R 20%
P. Eric Turner 20%
John Ulmer 11%
William Van Haaften 30%
IN State Senate-36 Brent Waltz R 11%
John Waterman 13%
Thomas Weatherwax 10%
Peggy Welch 20%
IN Commissioner-2 Matthew Whetstone R 20%
IN State House-18 David Wolkins R 11%
Troy Woodruff 10%
Thomas Wyss 10%
IN State Senate-35 Michael Young R 20%
David Yount, Sr. 20%
IN State Senate-11 Joseph Zakas R 20%

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.