Rating Group: ConservAmerica

2009 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
AK U.S. Senate-Sr Lisa Murkowski R 70
AK U.S. House-At-Large Donald Young R 44
AL U.S. House-3 Mike Rogers R 39
AL U.S. House-4 Robert Aderholt R 28
AL U.S. Senate-Sr Richard Shelby R 40
AL U.S. Senate-Jr Jeff Sessions III R 20
AR U.S. Senate-Sr John Boozman R 11
AZ U.S. House-8 Trent Franks R 6
AZ U.S. Senate-Sr John McCain III R 10
AZ U.S. Senate-Jr Jeff Flake R 3
CA U.S. House-4 Tom McClintock R 6
CA U.S. House-22 Devin Nunes R 22
CA U.S. House-23 Kevin McCarthy R 22
CA U.S. House-39 Ed Royce R 11
CA U.S. House-42 Ken Calvert R 39
CA U.S. House-48 Dana Rohrabacher R 22
CA U.S. House-49 Darrell Issa R 17
CA U.S. House-50 Duncan Hunter R 6
CO U.S. House-5 Doug Lamborn R 6
CO U.S. House-6 Michael Coffman R 14
FL U.S. House-1 Jeff Miller R 11
FL U.S. House-4 Ander Crenshaw R 17
FL U.S. House-7 John Mica R 22
FL U.S. House-8 Bill Posey R 50
FL U.S. House-12 Gus Bilirakis R 44
FL U.S. House-16 Vern Buchanan R 61
FL U.S. House-17 Tom Rooney R 28
FL U.S. House-25 Mario Diaz-Balart R 72
FL U.S. House-27 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R 94
GA U.S. House-3 Lynn Westmoreland R 6
GA U.S. House-6 Tom Price R 6
GA U.S. Senate-Sr Johnny Isakson R 20
GA Governor Nathan Deal R 6
IA U.S. House-4 Steve King R 6
IA U.S. Senate-Sr Chuck Grassley R 0
ID U.S. House-2 Mike Simpson R 56
ID U.S. Senate-Sr Mike Crapo R 60
ID U.S. Senate-Jr James Risch R 50
IL U.S. House-6 Peter Roskam R 39
IL U.S. House-15 John Shimkus R 11
IL U.S. Senate-Jr Mark Kirk R 86
IN Governor Mike Pence R 3
KS U.S. House-2 Lynn Jenkins R 22
KS U.S. Senate-Sr Pat Roberts R 50
KS U.S. Senate-Jr Jerry Moran R 6
KS Governor Sam Brownback R 40
KY U.S. House-1 Ed Whitfield R 61
KY U.S. House-2 Brett Guthrie R 39
KY U.S. House-5 Hal Rogers R 50
KY U.S. Senate-Sr Mitch McConnell R 20
LA U.S. House-1 Steve Scalise R 6
LA U.S. House-3 Charles Boustany, Jr. R 28
LA U.S. House-4 John Fleming, Jr. R 22
LA U.S. Senate-Sr David Vitter R 20
LA U.S. Senate-Jr Bill Cassidy R 39
ME U.S. Senate-Sr Susan Collins R 95
MI U.S. House-6 Fred Upton R 69
MI U.S. House-10 Candice Miller R 89
MN U.S. House-2 John Kline R 22
MN U.S. House-3 Erik Paulsen R 56
MO U.S. House-3 Blaine Luetkemeyer R 17
MO U.S. House-6 Sam Graves R 11
MO U.S. Senate-Jr Roy Blunt R 17
MS U.S. House-3 Gregg Harper R 11
MS U.S. Senate-Sr Thad Cochran R 50
MS U.S. Senate-Jr Roger Wicker R 40
NC U.S. House-3 Walter Jones, Jr. R 78
NC U.S. House-5 Virginia Foxx R 6
NC U.S. House-10 Patrick McHenry R 6
NC U.S. Senate-Sr Richard Burr R 10
NE U.S. House-1 Jeff Fortenberry R 72
NE U.S. House-3 Adrian Smith R 33
NJ U.S. House-2 Frank LoBiondo R 103
NJ U.S. House-4 Chris Smith R 103
NJ U.S. House-5 Scott Garrett R 6
NJ U.S. House-7 Leonard Lance R 103
NJ U.S. House-11 Rodney Frelinghuysen R 61
NV U.S. Senate-Jr Dean Heller R 33
NY U.S. House-2 Pete King R 67
OH U.S. House-4 Jim Jordan R 6
OH U.S. House-5 Bob Latta R 11
OH U.S. House-10 Mike Turner R 78
OH U.S. House-12 Pat Tiberi R 50
OK U.S. House-3 Frank Lucas R 33
OK U.S. House-4 Tom Cole R 33
OK U.S. Senate-Sr Jim Inhofe R 0
OK Governor Mary Fallin R 22
OR U.S. House-2 Greg Walden R 47
PA U.S. House-5 G.T. Thompson, Jr. R 17
PA U.S. House-9 Bill Shuster R 33
PA U.S. House-15 Charlie Dent R 83
PA U.S. House-16 Joe Pitts R 39
PA U.S. House-18 Tim Murphy R 67
SC U.S. House-2 Joe Wilson, Sr. R 17
SC U.S. Senate-Sr Lindsey Graham R 15
SD U.S. Senate-Sr John Thune R 10
TN U.S. House-1 Phil Roe R 28
TN U.S. House-2 John Duncan, Jr. R 17
TN U.S. House-7 Marsha Blackburn R 22
TN U.S. Senate-Sr Lamar Alexander R 80
TN U.S. Senate-Jr Robert Corker R 50
TX U.S. House-1 Louie Gohmert R 11
TX U.S. House-2 Ted Poe R 6
TX U.S. House-3 Sam Johnson R 11
TX U.S. House-5 Jeb Hensarling R 6
TX U.S. House-6 Joe Barton R 22
TX U.S. House-7 John Culberson R 11
TX U.S. House-8 Kevin Brady R 6
TX U.S. House-10 Michael McCaul R 44
TX U.S. House-11 Mike Conaway R 11
TX U.S. House-12 Kay Granger R 17
TX U.S. House-13 Mac Thornberry R 17
TX U.S. House-19 Randy Neugebauer R 11
TX U.S. House-21 Lamar Smith R 44
TX U.S. House-22 Pete Olson R 6
TX U.S. House-24 Kenny Marchant R 6
TX U.S. House-26 Michael Burgess R 17
TX U.S. House-31 John Carter R 11
TX U.S. House-32 Pete Sessions R 6
TX U.S. Senate-Sr John Cornyn R 10
UT U.S. House-1 Rob Bishop R 14
UT U.S. House-3 Jason Chaffetz R 6
UT U.S. Senate-Sr Orrin Hatch R 30
VA U.S. House-1 Rob Wittman R 44
VA U.S. House-4 Randy Forbes R 28
VA U.S. House-6 Bob Goodlatte R 22
WA U.S. House-5 Cathy McMorris Rodgers R 22
WA U.S. House-8 Dave Reichert R 97
WI U.S. House-1 Paul Ryan R 17
WI U.S. House-5 Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr. R 6
WV U.S. Senate-Jr Shelley Capito R 78
WY U.S. Senate-Sr Mike Enzi R 40
WY U.S. Senate-Jr John Barrasso R 45
WY U.S. House-At-Large Cynthia Lummis R 11
Todd Akin 6
Rodney Alexander 39
Steve Austria 33
Michele Bachmann 14
Spencer Bachus 22
Kay Bailey Hutchison 30
J. Gresham Barrett 11
Roscoe Bartlett 44
Bob Bennett 60
Judy Biggert 75
Brian Bilbray 56
John Boehner 11
Kit Bond 60
Jo Bonner, Jr. 33
Mary Bono Mack 69
Paul Broun 6
Henry Brown, Jr. 31
Ginny Brown-Waite 44
Jim Bunning 0
Dan Burton 11
Steve Buyer 22
Dave Camp 50
John Campbell III 17
Eric Cantor 11
Joseph Cao 72
Mike Castle 86
Saxby Chambliss 0
Howard Coble 11
Thomas Coburn -5
Geoff Davis 28
James DeMint -5
Lincoln Diaz-Balart 72
David Dreier 17
Vern Ehlers 89
Jo Ann Emerson 50
John Ensign 0
Elton Gallegly 33
Jim Gerlach 83
Phil Gingrey 11
Judd Gregg 60
Ralph Hall 22
Doc Hastings 8
Wally Herger, Jr. 6
Pete Hoekstra 17
Bob Inglis, Sr. 50
Mike Johanns 20
Tim Johnson 78
Jack Kingston 11
Jon Kyl 30
Tom Latham 28
Steve LaTourette 89
Chris Lee 50
George LeMieux 40
Jerry Lewis 33
John Linder 6
Dick Lugar 50
Dan Lungren 22
Connie Mack IV 22
Don Manzullo 6
Melquiades Martinez 80
Thaddeus McCotter 78
John McHugh 91
Buck McKeon 36
Gary Miller 28
Sue Myrick 17
Ron Paul 0
Tom Petri 56
Todd Platts 67
Adam Putnam 56
George Radanovich 17
Denny Rehberg 39
Mike Rogers 67
Jean Schmidt 33
Aaron Schock 50
John Shadegg 6
Olympia Snowe 90
Mark Souder 28
Arlen Specter 60
Cliff Stearns 17
John Sullivan 6
Lee Terry 44
Todd Tiahrt 17
George Voinovich 80
Zach Wamp 39
Frank Wolf 67
Bill Young 67

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