Rating Group: ACLU of Colorado

2013 Positions on Civil Rights

State Office Name Party Rating
CO State House-1 Jeanne Labuda D 89%
CO State House-2 Mark Ferrandino D 89%
CO State House-3 Daniel Kagan D 89%
CO State House-4 Daniel Pabon D 78%
CO State House-5 Crisanta Duran D 89%
CO State House-6 Lois Court D 89%
CO State House-7 Angela Williams D 100%
CO State House-8 Elizabeth McCann D 89%
CO State House-9 Paul Rosenthal D 89%
CO State House-10 Dickey Lee Hullinghorst D 89%
CO State House-11 Jonathan Singer D 100%
CO State House-12 Mike Foote D 89%
CO State House-14 Dan Nordberg R 44%
CO State House-15 Mark Waller R 33%
CO State House-16 Janak Joshi R 44%
CO State House-17 Thomas Exum, Sr. D 100%
CO State House-18 Pete Lee D 88%
CO State House-19 Amy Stephens R 22%
CO State House-20 Bob Gardner R 44%
CO State House-21 Lois Landgraf R 44%
CO State House-22 Justin Everett R 25%
CO State House-23 Max Tyler D 89%
CO State House-24 Sue Schafer D 86%
CO State House-25 Cheri Gerou R 67%
CO State House-26 Diane Mitsch Bush D 89%
CO State House-27 Libby Szabo R 38%
CO State House-28 Brittany Pettersen D 89%
CO State House-29 Tracy Kraft-Tharp D 89%
CO State House-30 Jenise May D 89%
CO State House-31 Joseph Salazar D 89%
CO State House-32 Dominick Moreno D 89%
CO State House-33 Dianne Primavera D 89%
CO State House-34 Steve Lebsock D 100%
CO State House-35 Cherylin Peniston D 89%
CO State House-36 Su Ryden D 89%
CO State House-37 Spencer Swalm R 38%
CO State House-38 Kathleen Conti R 38%
CO State House-39 Polly Lawrence R 33%
CO State House-40 John Buckner D 100%
CO State House-41 Jovan Melton D 100%
CO State House-42 Rhonda Fields D 89%
CO State House-43 Frank McNulty R 33%
CO State House-44 Chris Holbert R 44%
CO State House-45 Carole Murray R 38%
CO State House-46 Leroy Garcia, Jr. D 89%
CO State House-47 Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff R 44%
CO State House-48 Stephen Humphrey R 38%
CO State House-49 Perry Buck R 33%
CO State House-50 David Young D 88%
CO State House-51 Brian DelGrosso R 44%
CO State House-52 Joann Ginal D 89%
CO State House-53 Randy Fischer D 89%
CO State House-54 Jared Wright R 44%
CO State House-55 Ray Scott R 50%
CO State House-56 Kevin Priola R 56%
CO State House-57 Bob Rankin R 50%
CO State House-58 Don Coram R 33%
CO State House-59 Michael McLachlan D 71%
CO State House-60 Jim Wilson R 33%
CO State House-61 Millie Hamner D 89%
CO State House-62 Ed Vigil D 89%
CO State House-63 Lori Saine R 44%
CO State House-64 Timothy Dore R 50%
CO State House-65 Jerry Sonnenberg R 44%
CO State Senate-1 Greg Brophy R 38%
CO State Senate-2 Kevin Grantham R 25%
CO State Senate-4 Mark Scheffel R 25%
CO State Senate-5 Gail Schwartz D 100%
CO State Senate-6 Ellen Roberts R 50%
CO State Senate-7 Steven King R 38%
CO State Senate-8 Randy Baumgardner R 25%
CO State Senate-9 Kent Lambert R 25%
CO State Senate-10 Owen Hill R 29%
CO State Senate-12 Bill Cadman R 29%
CO State Senate-13 Scott Renfroe R 25%
CO State Senate-14 John Kefalas D 100%
CO State Senate-15 Kevin Lundberg R 14%
CO State Senate-16 Jeanne Nicholson D 100%
CO State Senate-17 Matt Jones D 100%
CO State Senate-18 Rollie Heath II D 100%
CO State Senate-20 Cheri Jahn D 88%
CO State Senate-21 Jessie Ulibarri D 100%
CO State Senate-22 Andy Kerr D 100%
CO State Senate-23 Vicki Marble R 25%
CO State Senate-24 Lois Tochtrop D 100%
CO State Senate-25 Mary Hodge D 100%
CO State Senate-26 Linda Newell D 100%
CO State Senate-27 David Balmer R 25%
CO State Senate-28 Nancy Todd D 100%
CO State Senate-29 Morgan Carroll D 100%
CO State Senate-30 Ted Harvey R 25%
CO State Senate-31 Pat Steadman D 100%
CO State Senate-32 Irene Aguilar D 100%
CO State Senate-33 Mike Johnston D 100%
CO State Senate-34 Lucia Guzman D 100%
CO State Senate-35 Larry Crowder R 38%
Angela Giron 100%
Evie Hudak 100%
Claire Levy 100%
John Morse 100%

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