Rating Group: America Civil Liberties Union of Michigan

2008 Positions on Civil Rights

State Office Name Party Rating
MI State House-7 LaTanya Garrett D 80
MI State House-10 Leslie Love D 90
MI State House-106 Peter Pettalia R 90
MI State Senate-1 Coleman Young II D 100
MI State Senate-2 Bert Johnson D 100
MI State Senate-18 Rebekah Warren D 100
MI Council Member-At-Large George Cushingberry, Jr. 90
MI Council Member-At-Large Gabriel Leland 90
MI Commissioner-5 Julie Rogers D 100
Albert Abbasse 90
Dennis Baldinelli 100
Vicki Barnett 100
Joan Bauer 90
Jim Beaubien 100
John Bingham, Jr. 80
Timothy Bledsoe 100
Jeanean Bryant 100
Janis Burgess 100
Pam Byrnes 100
Julie Candler 100
Wanda Renee Canty 90
David Cavanagh 100
Adam Cosper 90
Tom Crawford 90
Douglas Curry 90
Terra DeFoe 80
Jack Downey 100
Fred Durhal, Jr. 100
Mark Eagle 90
Gregory Ferguson 10
Reggie Fluker 90
Adam Ford 60
Dale Foster 80
Mario Nesr Fundarski 100
Belda P. Garza 90
Charles Geerlings 90
Theodore Golden 90
Greg Grieves 80
Mia Grillier 90
Jim Hahn 100
Bob Harmsen 70
Steve Harry 100
Harold Haugh 100
Bruce Hawley 80
Nate Heffron 100
Carol Higgins 100
Lloyd Holton II 90
Michael Huckleberry 100
Scott Hudson 90
Grant Hughes 90
Larry Hutchinson, Jr. 60
Bernard Jocuns, Jr. 100
Robert Jones 100
Timothy Kachinski 60
Annette Keeble 90
Jean Anne Kennedy-Windsor 80
Steve King 80
Frank Lambert 50
Andrew Lecureaux 80
Garnet Lewis 100
Don Lingerfelt 90
Ellen Lipton 100
David Malhalab 100
Christopher Maloney 70
Darrell McNeill 10
Mark Meadows 100
Tim Melton 100
Greg Moore 100
Robert Murphy 80
Jessie Olson 100
Che Peterson 100
Gino Polidori 100
Gary Pollard 90
Carl Ramsey 100
William Richards, Jr. 100
Guy Rupert 10
Dave Ryan 50
Connie Saltonstall 100
Bo Schimers 100
Bettie Scott 70
Rochelle Smith 100
Henry Edward Stallings II 90
Woodrow Stanley 90
Clay Stauffer 90
Jeffrey Swinkin 100
Timothy Terpening 70
Bernard Thompson 80
Michael Thorp 100
Matt Thrasher 50
Chuck Tindall 80
Rashida Tlaib 100
Frank Tomcsik 80
Mark Venie 90
Ryan Villet 70
Harold Ward 100
Nancy White 100
Donnie Whitley 90
Steven Yantiss 70

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