Rating Group: ACLU of Colorado

2008 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
CO State Senate-1 Greg Brophy R 38%
CO State House-1 Jeanne Labuda D 91%
CO Council Member-1 Susan Shepherd 92%
CO State House-2 Mark Ferrandino D 100%
CO Commissioner-2 Liane McFadyen D 91%
CO U.S. House-4 Cory Gardner R 45%
CO State Senate-5 Gail Schwartz D 92%
CO State Senate-6 Ellen Roberts R 55%
CO State Senate-7 Steven King R 64%
CO State Senate-9 Kent Lambert R 18%
CO State Senate-12 Bill Cadman R 31%
CO State Senate-13 Scott Renfroe R 31%
CO State Senate-14 John Kefalas D 91%
CO State House-19 Amy Stephens R 55%
CO State House-20 Bob Gardner R 45%
CO State Senate-22 Andy Kerr D 91%
CO State Senate-24 Lois Tochtrop D 77%
CO State Senate-27 David Balmer R 27%
CO State Senate-28 Nancy Todd D 91%
CO State Senate-30 Ted Harvey R 38%
CO State House-33 Dianne Primavera D 73%
CO State House-35 Cherylin Peniston D 91%
CO State House-37 Spencer Swalm R 36%
CO State House-43 Frank McNulty R 45%
CO State House-53 Randy Fischer D 91%
CO State House-65 Jerry Sonnenberg R 36%
CO Commissioner-At-Large Dan Gibbs D 85%
Bob Bacon 92%
Debbie Benefield 91%
Betty Boyd 85%
Terrance Carroll 73%
Edward Casso 73%
Kathleen Curry 91%
K. Jerry Frangas 100%
Sara Gagliardi 82%
James Isgar 92%
Joel Judd 91%
Maryanne Keller 92%
James Kerr 55%
Kenneth Kester 38%
Mike Kopp 31%
Claire Levy 91%
Larry Liston 36%
Marsha Looper 45%
Don Marostica 73%
Thomas Massey, Jr. 55%
Michael May 55%
Wes McKinley 73%
Michael Merrifield 91%
Karen Middleton 82%
Shawn Mitchell 54%
John Morse 100%
Joshua Penry 62%
John Pommer 91%
Joe Rice 91%
James Riesberg 82%
Chris Romer 92%
Christine Scanlan 91%
David Schultheis 31%
Brandon Shaffer 100%
Judy Solano 91%
John Soper 64%
Nancy Spence 31%
Kenneth Guy Summers 36%
Abel Tapia 92%
Glenn Vaad 45%
Jennifer Veiga 92%
Paul Weissmann 100%
Suzanne Williams 92%

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