Rating Group: Wyoming Prosperity Project

2008 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
WY State House-9 David Zwonitzer R 63%
WY State House-11 Mary Throne D 72%
WY State House-14 Kermit Brown R 90%
WY State House-19 Allen Jaggi R 81%
WY State House-26 Elaine Harvey R 72%
WY State House-37 Steve Harshman R 81%
WY State House-39 Stan Blake D 72%
WY State House-40 Michael Madden R 81%
WY State House-41 Ken Esquibel D 72%
WY State House-43 Daniel Zwonitzer R 70%
WY State House-51 Rosie Berger R 90%
WY State House-56 Tim Stubson R 80%
WY State House-57 Tom Lockhart R 70%
WY State Senate-3 Curt Meier R 66%
WY State Senate-4 Tony Ross R 66%
WY State Senate-6 Wayne Johnson R 75%
WY State Senate-10 Philip Nicholas R 58%
WY State Senate-12 Bernadine Craft D 72%
WY State Senate-13 John Hastert D 66%
WY State Senate-14 Stan Cooper R 83%
WY State Senate-18 Henry Coe R 66%
WY State Senate-19 R. Peterson R 75%
WY State Senate-20 Gerald Geis R 83%
WY State Senate-21 Bruce Burns R 58%
WY State Senate-24 Michael Von Flatern R 75%
WY State Senate-25 Cale Case R 16%
WY State Senate-26 Eli Bebout R 75%
WY State Senate-27 Bill Landen R 66%
WY State Senate-29 Drew Perkins R 66%
WY State Senate-30 Charles Scott R 41%
WY State Board of Education Kathryn Sessions D 58%
James Anderson 75%
Rodney Anderson 72%
George Bagby 63%
Bob Brechtel 63%
Ed Buchanan 72%
Charles Childers 80%
Roy Cohee 81%
Kathy Davison 70%
Ken Decaria 66%
Ross Diercks 63%
Amy Edmonds 81%
Keith Gingery 72%
Patrick Goggles 63%
Mary Hales 80%
Timothy Hallinan 88%
Debbie Hammons 81%
John Hines 66%
Pete Illoway 72%
Kit Jennings 75%
Peter Jorgensen 81%
Jack Landon, Jr. 90%
Grant Larson 66%
Tom Lubnau II 81%
Mike Massie 58%
Del McOmie 81%
Erin Mercer 63%
Saundra Meyer 72%
David Miller 36%
Lori Millin 72%
Owen Petersen 81%
Frank Philp 54%
Lorraine Quarberg 72%
John Schiffer 66%
Mark Semlek 63%
Lisa Shepperson 63%
Colin Simpson 81%
William Steward 80%
Matt Teeters 63%
Bill Thompson 63%
Charles Townsend 83%
Bill Vasey 75%
Sue Wallis 72%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

Keep in mind that ratings done by special interest groups often do not represent a non-partisan stance. In addition, some groups select votes that tend to favor members of one political party over another, rather than choosing votes based solely on issues concerns. Nevertheless, they can be invaluable in showing where an incumbent has stood on a series of votes in the past one or two years, especially when ratings by groups on all sides of an issue are compared. Website links, if available, and descriptions of the organizations offering performance evaluations are accessible by clicking on the name of the group.

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