Rating Group: North Dakota AFL-CIO

2005 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
ND State House-2 Robert Skarphol R 26%
ND State House-3 Andrew Maragos R 66%
ND State House-4 Glen Froseth R 26%
ND State House-4 Kenton Onstad D-NPL 100%
ND State House-6 Bob Hunskor D-NPL 100%
ND State House-8 Jeff Delzer R 26%
ND State House-9 Tracy Boe D-NPL 100%
ND State House-10 Charles Damschen R 21%
ND State House-10 David Monson R 26%
ND State House-13 Kim Koppelman R 27%
ND State House-14 Jon Nelson R 35%
ND State House-14 Robin Weisz R 27%
ND State House-15 Dennis Johnson R 26%
ND State House-17 Mark Owens R 37%
ND State House-18 Eliot Glassheim D-NPL 100%
ND State House-22 Wesley Belter R 27%
ND State House-23 Bill Devlin R 26%
ND State House-23 Don Vigesaa R 26%
ND State House-26 Bill Amerman D-NPL 100%
ND State House-27 Randy Boehning R 21%
ND State House-28 Michael Don Brandenburg R 27%
ND State House-28 William Kretschmar R 42%
ND State House-29 Craig Headland R 26%
ND State House-29 Chet Pollert R 26%
ND State House-32 Mark Dosch R 29%
ND State House-32 Lisa Meier R 36%
ND State House-33 Gary Kreidt R 27%
ND State House-34 Todd Porter R 25%
ND State House-35 Bob Martinson R 36%
ND State House-38 Larry Bellew R 26%
ND State House-38 Dan Ruby R 21%
ND State House-39 Keith Kempenich R 22%
ND State House-40 Matthew Klein R 27%
ND State House-41 Al Carlson R 21%
ND State House-43 Lois Delmore D-NPL 100%
ND State House-44 Blair Thoreson R 26%
ND State House-46 Kathy Hawken R 38%
ND State House-46 James Kasper R 26%
ND State House-47 George Keiser R 33%
ND State House-47 Larry Klemin R 26%
ND State Senate-4 John Warner D-NPL 93%
ND State Senate-6 David O'Connell D-NPL 92%
ND State Senate-11 Tim Mathern D-NPL 100%
ND State Senate-13 Judy Lee R 47%
ND State Senate-14 Jerry Klein R 50%
ND State Senate-17 Ray Holmberg R 47%
ND State Senate-18 Constance Triplett D-NPL 85%
ND State Senate-21 Carolyn Nelson D-NPL 93%
ND State Senate-22 Gary Lee R 47%
ND State Senate-24 Larry Robinson D-NPL 85%
ND State Senate-28 Robert Erbele R 50%
ND State Senate-30 Ron Carlisle R 31%
ND State Senate-32 Dick Dever R 54%
ND State Senate-34 Dwight Cook R 54%
ND State Senate-37 Rich Wardner R 47%
ND State Senate-39 Bill Bowman R 39%
ND State Senate-40 Karen Krebsbach R 47%
ND State Senate-44 Tim Flakoll R 47%
ND State Senate-47 Ralph Kilzer R 47%
ND Commissioner-At-Large Merle Boucher 100%
Ole Aarsvold 100%
John Andrist 47%
Dennis Bercier 93%
Rick Berg 27%
LeRoy Bernstein 23%
Richard Brown 47%
Thomas Brusegaard 27%
Dawn Marie Charging 31%
Randel Christmann 54%
Donald Clark 27%
Kari Lee Conrad 100%
Stacey Dahl 26%
Duane Lee DeKrey 22%
Donald Dietrich 33%
David Drovdal 26%
Mary Ekstrom 100%
Duaine Espegard 54%
Michael Every 93%
April Fairfield 92%
Tom Fischer 59%
Layton Freborg 47%
Rod Froelich 100%
Pat Galvin 42%
Bette Grande 26%
Tony Grindberg 42%
Pam Gulleson 100%
C.B. Haas 26%
Nick Hacker 47%
Lyle Hanson 95%
Joel Curtis Heitkamp 93%
Gil Herbel 26%
Ron Iverson 26%
Nancy Johnson 33%
Lee Kaldor 95%
RaeAnn Kelsch 27%
Scot Kelsh 100%
James Kerzman 100%
Joyce Kingsbury 21%
Aaron Krauter 92%
Edroy Kringstad 50%
Joe Kroeber 100%
Elroy Lindaas 85%
Stanley Lyson 47%
Ralph Metcalf 95%
Shirley Meyer 89%
Phillip Mueller 95%
Duane Mutch 47%
Dave Nething 63%
Eugene Nicholas 27%
Mike Norland 27%
Darrell Nottestad 31%
Vonnie Pietsch 26%
Louise Potter 84%
Clara Sue Price 22%
Earl Rennerfeldt 23%
Sally Sandvig 95%
Arlo Schmidt 100%
Randy Schobinger 59%
Tom Seymour 93%
Margaret Sitte 36%
Dorvan Solberg 100%
Bob Stenehjem 50%
Ken Svedjan 25%
John Syverson 62%
Harvey Tallackson 77%
Ryan Taylor 93%
Russell Thane 47%
Elwood Thorpe 100%
Mike Timm 22%
Ben Tollefson 47%
John Traynor 50%
Thomas Trenbeath 47%
Gerald Uglem 26%
Herbert Urlacher 47%
Francis Wald 22%
John Wall 37%
Dave Weiler 37%
Alon Wieland 26%
Clark Williams 81%
Dwight Wrangham 26%
Steven Zaiser 84%

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