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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina

2003 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
NC U.S. House 10 Patrick McHenry Republican 57%
NC State House 21 Larry Bell, Sr. Democratic 71%
NC State House 23 Joe Tolson Democratic 83%
NC State House 24 Jean Farmer-Butterfield Democratic 57%
NC State House 26 Namon Daughtry Republican 57%
NC State House 30 Paul Luebke Democratic 71%
NC State House 31 Mickey Michaux, Jr. Democratic 57%
NC State House 37 Paul Stam, Jr. Republican 57%
NC State House 42 Marvin Lucas, Jr. Democratic 71%
NC State House 44 Rick Glazier Democratic 71%
NC State House 53 David Lewis, Sr. Republican 57%
NC State House 56 Verla Insko Democratic 71%
NC State House 58 Alma Adams Democratic 57%
NC State House 62 John Blust Republican 57%
NC State House 79 Julia Howard Republican 57%
NC State House 87 Edgar Starnes Republican 67%
NC State House 89 Mitchell Setzer Republican 57%
NC State House 101 Beverly Earle Democratic 80%
NC State House 102 Becky Carney Democratic 57%
NC State House 111 Timothy Moore Republican 43%
NC State House 120 Roger West Republican 57%
NC State Senate 7 Louis Pate, Jr. Republican 57%
NC State Senate 32 Earline Parmon Democratic 57%
NC Commissioner of Insurance Wayne Goodwin Democratic 57%
NC Secretary of Administration Bill Daughtridge, Jr. Republican 57%
Martha Alexander 60%
Bernard Allen 67%
Gordon Philip Allen 71%
Lucy Allen 71%
Cary Allred 71%
Rex Baker 50%
Bobby Harold Barbee, Sr. 43%
Jeffrey Barnhart 57%
James Black 0%
Curtis Blackwood, Jr. 57%
Donald Allen Bonner 75%
Alice Bordsen 71%
Joanne Bowie 57%
Harold Brubaker 57%
J. Russell Capps 71%
Walter Church, Sr. 50%
Debbie Clary 50%
Lorene Coates 71%
Nelson Cole 71%
James Crawford, Jr. 57%
Billy James Creech 60%
Arlie Franklin Culp, Jr. 67%
William Thomas Culpepper III 57%
William Pete Cunningham 75%
Michael Decker, Sr. 57%
Margaret Dickson 71%
Jerry Dockham 57%
Rick Louis Eddins 57%
James Samuel Ellis 57%
Bob England 71%
Stanley Harold Fox 83%
Phillip Frye 57%
Pryor Gibson III 67%
Mitch Gillespie 57%
D. Goforth 71%
Michael Gorman 57%
William Grady 71%
Jim Gulley 57%
Joe Hackney 67%
Robert Phillip Haire 57%
John Hall 83%
James Harrell III 71%
Dewey Hill 57%
Mark Hilton 57%
Hugh Holliman 71%
George Milton Holmes 57%
Howard Hunter, Jr. 50%
Margaret Jeffus 71%
Earl Jones 57%
Carolyn Justice 71%
Carolyn Justus 57%
Joe Kiser 57%
Stephen LaRoque 57%
Mary McAllister 67%
Daniel McComas 57%
Willard Eugene McCombs 57%
William McGee 57%
Marian McLawhorn 71%
William Edwin McMahan 57%
Paul Miller 71%
David Morris Miner 71%
William Franklin Mitchell 57%
Richard Morgan 57%
Don Munford 57%
Martin Nesbitt, Jr. 75%
Edd Nye 57%
William Owens, Jr. 57%
Jean Preston 67%
Ray Rapp 67%
Karen Ray 57%
John Melvin Rayfield 67%
John Rhodes 57%
Deborah Ross 57%
John Sauls 50%
Drew Saunders 71%
Paul Wayne Sexton, Sr. 67%
Wilma Sherrill 57%
Bonner Stiller 57%
Ronnie Sutton 67%
William Wainwright 60%
Trudi Walend 57%
Ronald Tracy Walker 57%
Edward 'Alexander Warner, Jr. 50%
Edith Warren 60%
Jennifer Weiss 71%

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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