Rating Group: Nevada State Education Association

2011 Postions

Issues: Education
State Office Name Party Rating
NV U.S. House-4 Cresent Hardy R 0%
NV State Assembly-1 Marilyn Kirkpatrick D 50%
NV State Assembly-2 John Hambrick R 0%
NV State Assembly-6 Harvey Munford D 75%
NV State Assembly-7 Dina Neal D 100%
NV State Assembly-11 Olivia Diaz D 25%
NV State Assembly-12 James Ohrenschall D 38%
NV State Assembly-14 Maggie Carlton D 100%
NV State Assembly-15 Elliot Anderson D 63%
NV State Assembly-18 Richard Carrillo D 100%
NV State Assembly-22 Lynn Stewart R 0%
NV State Assembly-23 Melissa Woodbury R 0%
NV State Assembly-26 Randy Kirner R 0%
NV State Assembly-27 Teresa Benitez-Thompson D 50%
NV State Assembly-32 Ira Hansen R 0%
NV State Assembly-33 John Ellison R 0%
NV State Assembly-42 Irene Bustamante Adams D 25%
NV State Senate-2 Mo Denis D 63%
NV State Senate-3 Tick Segerblom D 100%
NV State Senate-4 Kelvin Atkinson D 100%
NV State Senate-7 David Parks D 88%
NV State Senate-10 Ruben Kihuen D 100%
NV State Senate-12 Joe Hardy R 0%
NV State Senate-14 Don Gustavson R 0%
NV State Senate-16 Ben Kieckhefer R 0%
NV State Senate-17 James Settelmeyer R 0%
NV State Senate-18 Scott Hammond R 0%
NV State Senate-19 Pete Goicoechea R 0%
NV State Senate-20 Michael Roberson R 0%
NV State Senate-21 Mark Manendo D 100%
NV Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske R 0%
NV State Board of Education Pat Hickey N/A 0%
Paul Aizley 50%
David Bobzien 25%
Shirley Breeden 100%
Steven Brooks 50%
Greg Brower 0%
Marcus Conklin 50%
Allison Copening 63%
Skip Daly 25%
Marilyn Dondero Loop 25%
Lucy Flores 75%
Jason Frierson 50%
Edwin Goedhart 0%
Tom Grady 0%
Elizabeth Halseth 0%
Joseph Hogan 75%
William Horne 100%
Steven Horsford 75%
Kelly Kite 0%
John Lee 0%
Sheila Leslie 75%
Pete Livermore 0%
April Mastroluca 50%
Richard McArthur 0%
Mike McGinness 0%
John Oceguera 25%
Margaret Pierce 100%
Dean Rhoads 0%
Michael Schneider 88%
Mark Sherwood 0%
Debbie Smith 25%
Valerie Wiener 75%

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