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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: South Carolina Sierra Club

1995-1996 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
SC State Senate 1 Thomas Alexander Republican 14%
SC State Senate 2 Larry Martin Republican 14%
SC State House 2 William Sandifer III Republican 38%
SC U.S. House 2 Joe Wilson, Sr. Republican 57%
SC Council Member 3 George Bailey Republican 38%
SC State Senate 4 William O'Dell Republican 43%
SC State Senate 11 Glenn Reese Democratic 43%
SC State Senate 14 Harvey Smith Peeler, Jr. Republican 14%
SC State Senate 15 Wes Hayes, Jr. Republican 67%
SC State Senate 16 Chauncey Gregory Republican 100%
SC State Senate 19 John Scott, Jr. Democratic 100%
SC State Senate 20 John Courson Republican 83%
SC State Senate 21 Darrell Jackson Democratic 100%
SC State Senate 26 Nikki Setzler Democratic 29%
SC State Senate 31 Hugh Kenneth Leatherman, Sr. Republican 0%
SC State Senate 33 Luke Rankin, Sr. Republican 50%
SC State House 36 Rita Allison Republican 38%
SC State Senate 39 John Matthews, Jr. Democratic 67%
SC State House 43 Greg Delleney, Jr. Republican 43%
SC State House 46 Gary Simrill Republican 50%
SC State House 50 Grady Brown Democratic 43%
SC State House 66 Gilda Cobb-Hunter Democratic 100%
SC State House 69 Richard Quinn, Jr. Republican 0%
SC State House 70 Joseph Neal Democratic 100%
SC State House 76 Leon Howard Democratic 100%
SC State House 82 William Clyburn, Sr. Democratic 67%
SC State House 84 Roland Smith Republican 38%
SC State House 95 Jerry Govan, Jr. Democratic 100%
SC State House 110 Chip Limehouse III Republican 38%
SC State House 113 Seth Whipper Democratic 86%
SC Lieutenant Governor John McGill Democratic 14%
Harry Raymond Askins 50%
John Michael Baxley 62%
William Daniel Boan 50%
Floyd Breeland 100%
Henry Brown, Jr. 25%
Joe Brown 88%
Theodore Brown 83%
James Edward Bryan, Jr. 43%
Alma Weaver Byrd 100%
Ralph Canty 100%
Marion Pinckney Carnell 29%
Harry Cato 12%
Wilbur Lucius Cave 33%
Daniel Cooper 17%
Holly Ann Cork 100%
Charles Tyrone Courtney 40%
James Mann Cromer, Jr. 75%
Thomas Dantzler 12%
Guy Davenport, Jr. 43%
John Drummond 25%
Michael Easterday 12%
Dick Elliott 80%
John Felder 29%
Ronald Fleming 12%
Robert Ford 71%
Dr. Margaret Gamble 12%
Warren Kenneth Giese 20%
Maggie Wallace Glover 71%
Robert Harrell, Jr. 50%
James Harrison 20%
Charles Alexander Harvin III 14%
Terry Edward Haskins 50%
Mack Hines, Jr. 71%
Donald Harry Holland 0%
Curtis Inabinett 80%
Douglas Jennings, Jr. 62%
Thomas Keegan 38%
Mark Stephen Kelley 25%
Kenneth Kennedy 43%
Marion Hardy Kinon 43%
Herbert Kirsh 57%
James Klauber 17%
Jake Knotts, Jr. 25%
Larry Labruce Koon 12%
John Land III 14%
James Lander 29%
Stephen Lanford, Sr. 38%
James Norris Law 43%
Phil Leventis 100%
Lanny Littlejohn 12%
Walter Lloyd 100%
Rudolph Marion Mason 38%
Jennings Gary McAbee 14%
Glenn McConnell 80%
E. DeWitt McCraw 12%
Woodrow Maxie 'Woody McKay 50%
Willie McMahand, Sr. 75%
William Mescher 43%
Bessie Moody-Lawrence 100%
Tommy Moore 50%
Denny Neilson 43%
Ernest Leroy Passailaigue, Jr. 86%
Kay Patterson 50%
Olin Phillips 14%
Thomas Rhoad 14%
Rex Rice 25%
Rebecca Davis Richardson 38%
John Riser 25%
Alfred Burgess Robinson, Jr. 14%
John Richardson Russell 50%
Greg Ryberg 17%
Lynn Seithel 62%
Charles Ray Sharpe 12%
Robert Joseph Sheheen 75%
Linda Short 86%
Jefferson Verne Smith 20%
William Smith 12%
Molly Mitchell Spearman 38%
Harry Carl Stille 50%
Eugene Creighton Stoddard 0%
Elsie Rast Stuart 29%
David Thomas 20%
Ronald Parker Townsend 38%
Daniel Tripp 12%
Teddy Norman Trotter 25%
Lewis Raymond Vaughn 12%
Bob Waldrep, Jr. 50%
Robert Walker 0%
Mickinley Washington, Jr. 67%
Michael Stewart Whatley 29%
Donny Wilder 38%
Timothy Castles Wilkes 57%
David Horton Wilkins 38%
William Witherspoon 12%
Annette Young 38%
William Jeffrey Young 67%

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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