Rating Group: Christian Coalition of Alabama

2003-2006 Positions

Issues: Social , Conservative
State Office Name Party Rating
AL U.S. House-1 Bradley Byrne R 76%
AL Governor Robert Bentley R 74%
AL State House-2 Lynn Greer R 78%
AL State House-3 Marcel Black D 49%
AL State House-4 Micky Hammon R 94%
AL State House-10 Mike Ball R 77%
AL State House-17 Michael Millican R 63%
AL State House-18 Johnny Morrow D 63%
AL State House-19 Laura Hall D 33%
AL State House-20 Howard Sanderford R 86%
AL State House-23 John Robinson D 53%
AL State House-24 Todd Greeson R 76%
AL State House-28 Craig Ford D 60%
AL State House-32 Barbara Boyd D 48%
AL State House-33 Ronald Johnson R 79%
AL State House-35 Steve Hurst R 67%
AL State House-36 Randy Wood R 88%
AL State House-37 Richard Laird, Sr. I 74%
AL State House-38 DuWayne Bridges R 87%
AL State House-39 Richard Lindsey D 55%
AL State House-41 Mike Hill R 79%
AL State House-43 Mary Sue McClurkin R 96%
AL State House-44 Arthur Payne R 84%
AL State House-46 Paul DeMarco R 100%
AL State House-47 Jack Williams R 93%
AL State House-48 Jim Carns R 94%
AL State House-50 Jim McClendon R 87%
AL State House-52 John Rogers, Jr. D 53%
AL State House-57 Merika Coleman-Evans D 43%
AL State House-58 Oliver Robinson D 55%
AL State House-59 Mary Moore D 45%
AL State House-68 Thomas Jackson, Jr. D 45%
AL State House-72 Ralph Howard D 67%
AL State House-76 Thad McClammy D 49%
AL State House-77 John Knight, Jr. D 49%
AL State House-78 Alvin Holmes D 52%
AL State House-79 Mike Hubbard R 90%
AL State House-80 Lesley Vance R 57%
AL State House-82 Pebblin Warren D 65%
AL State House-83 George Bandy D 45%
AL State House-89 Alan Boothe R 58%
AL State House-90 Charles Newton R 62%
AL State House-93 Steve Clouse R 88%
AL State House-94 Joe Faust, Sr. R 73%
AL State House-95 Steve McMillan R 91%
AL State House-96 Randy Davis R 90%
AL State House-99 James Buskey D 41%
AL State House-100 Victor Gaston R 91%
AL State House-101 Jamie Ison R 85%
AL State House-103 Joseph Mitchell D 20%
AL State Senate-6 Roger Bedford, Jr. D 54%
AL State Senate-12 Del Marsh R 71%
AL State Senate-13 Gerald Dial R 54%
AL State Senate-14 Cam Ward R 86%
AL State Senate-16 JT Waggoner R 79%
AL State Senate-17 Scott Beason R 96%
AL State Senate-18 Mell Smitherman D 57%
AL State Senate-19 Priscilla Dunn D 51%
AL State Senate-20 Linda Coleman D 44%
AL State Senate-21 Gerald Allen R 93%
AL State Senate-23 Hank Sanders D 38%
AL State Senate-24 Bobby Singleton D 35%
AL State Senate-25 Dick Brewbaker R 98%
AL State Senate-26 Quinton Ross, Jr. D 49%
AL State Senate-28 Billy Beasley D 58%
AL State Senate-29 Harri Anne Smith I 79%
AL State Senate-31 Jimmy Holley R 64%
AL State Senate-33 Vivian Figures D 50%
AL State Senate-34 Rusty Glover III R 88%
AL Office of Homeland Security Director Spencer Collier R 92%
AL Public Service Commissioner Jeremy Oden R 78%
Greg Albritton 96%
Locy Baker 57%
Lowell Barron 53%
Jim Barton, Jr. 92%
Warren Beck 83%
Jack Biddle 68%
Lucius Black 25%
Tom Butler 65%
Joe Carothers, Jr. 67%
Tommy Carter 64%
William Clark 44%
Bobby Denton 58%
Larry Dixon 76%
Bill Dukes 56%
Jeff Enfinger 55%
Hank Erwin, Jr. 83%
Sundra Escott 56%
Lea Fite 55%
Steve French 75%
Blaine Galliher 90%
Ray Garner 82%
H. Mac Gipson, Jr. 77%
Betty Graham 52%
Ronald Grantland 59%
David Grimes 94%
Ken Guin, Jr. 55%
Albert Hall 56%
Seth Hammett 58%
Randy Hinshaw 58%
Bobby Humphryes 96%
Yvonne Kennedy 42%
Curt Lee 87%
Jody Letson 58%
W.H. Lindsey 51%
T.D. Little 57%
Zeb Little, Sr. 51%
Jay Love 94%
Eric Major 56%
James Martin 60%
Barry Mask 100%
Edward McClain 50%
W. McDaniel 69%
Jeff McLaughlin 61%
Larry Means 54%
Bryant Melton, Jr. 41%
Wendell Mitchell 53%
Hinton Mitchem 54%
Neal Morrison 70%
Albert Morton 88%
H.E. Myers 82%
Demetrius Newton 44%
Jack Page III 53%
Myron Penn 49%
George Perdue 45%
Phil Poole 67%
Jim Preuitt 52%
Tommy Ed Roberts 57%
Yusuf Salaam 50%
Sue Schmitz 51%
Tommy Sherer 55%
Terry Spicer 55%
Gary Tanner 53%
William Thigpen, Sr. 61%
Elwyn Thomas 77%
James Thomas 42%
F. P. White 56%
Nick Williams 100%

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