Rating Group: The Wisconsin Prosperity Project

2007-2008 Positions on Economic Growth and Jobs

State Office Name Party Rating
WI U.S. House-2 Mark Pocan D 15
WI U.S. House-6 Glenn Grothman R 90
WI State Assembly-3 Alvin Ott R 100
WI State Assembly-6 Gary Tauchen R 95
WI State Assembly-9 Josh Zepnick D 20
WI State Assembly-12 Frederick Kessler D 5
WI State Assembly-16 Leon Young D 5
WI State Assembly-20 Christine Sinicki D 20
WI State Assembly-23 Jim Ott R 90
WI State Assembly-29 John Murtha R 100
WI State Assembly-36 Jeffrey Mursau R 100
WI State Assembly-38 Joel Kleefisch R 95
WI State Assembly-40 Kevin Petersen R 95
WI State Assembly-41 Joan Ballweg R 100
WI State Assembly-43 Andy Jorgensen D 40
WI State Assembly-46 Gary Hebl D 20
WI State Assembly-54 Gordon Hintz D 35
WI State Assembly-61 Samantha Kerkman R 95
WI State Assembly-63 Robin Vos R 95
WI State Assembly-66 Cory Mason D 42
WI State Assembly-77 Terese Berceau D 25
WI State Assembly-80 Sondy Pope D 20
WI State Assembly-89 John Nygren R 95
WI State Assembly-96 Lee Nerison R 95
WI State Senate-1 Frank Lasee R 90
WI State Senate-2 Robert Cowles R 90
WI State Senate-3 Timothy Carpenter D 18
WI State Senate-4 Lena Taylor D 27
WI State Senate-5 Leah Vukmir R 100
WI State Senate-8 Alberta Darling R 90
WI State Senate-10 Sheila Harsdorf R 90
WI State Senate-11 Stephen Nass R 94
WI State Senate-13 Scott Fitzgerald R 100
WI State Senate-14 Luther Olsen R 90
WI State Senate-16 Mark Miller D 16
WI State Senate-19 Roger Roth, Jr. R 100
WI State Senate-22 Robert Wirch D 25
WI State Senate-23 Terry Moulton R 95
WI State Senate-24 Julie Lassa D 0
WI State Senate-26 Fred Risser D 18
WI State Senate-27 Jon Erpenbach D 16
WI State Senate-28 Mary Lazich R 100
WI State Senate-29 Jerry Petrowski R 100
WI State Senate-30 Dave Hansen D 27
WI State Senate-31 Kathleen Vinehout D 18
WI State Senate-32 Jennifer Shilling D 33
WI Supervisor-17 Tony Staskunas D 47
Sheryl Albers 100
Chuck Benedict 16
Garey Bies 90
Spencer Black 33
Frank Boyle 20
Roger Breske 27
G. Spencer Coggs 27
Pedro Colon 15
David Cullen 26
Brett Davis 100
Russell Decker 27
Michael Ellis 81
Jason Fields 35
Jeff Fitzgerald 100
Donald Friske 86
Phil Garthwaite 40
Mark Gottlieb 100
Tamara Grigsby 25
Barbara Gronemus 30
Scott Gunderson 90
Mark Gundrum 100
Eugene Hahn 100
Steve Hilgenberg 20
J.A. Hines 100
Kim Hixson 25
Mark Honadel 100
Ann Hraychuck 47
Mary Hubler 35
Michael Huebsch 100
Robert Jauch 16
Suzanne Jeskewitz 100
Theodore Kanavas 100
Dan Kapanke 72
Dean Kaufert 100
Neal Kedzie 100
Steven Kestell 95
Bill Kramer 95
Pat Kreitlow 25
James Kreuser 25
Margaret Krusick 45
Alan Lasee 100
John Lehman 27
Joseph Leibham 100
Daniel LeMahieu 90
Thomas Lothian 100
Dan Meyer 100
Louis Molepske, Jr. 28
Phil Montgomery 95
Terry Musser 100
Tom Nelson 35
Scott Newcomer 95
Carol Owens 100
Joseph Parisi 10
Jeffrey Plale 27
Don Pridemore 95
Kitty Rhoades 100
Jon Richards 25
Judith Robson 20
Carol Roessler 81
Marlin Schneider 10
Dale Schultz 100
Donna Seidel 25
Mike Sheridan 27
Gary Sherman 20
Jeffrey Smith 20
James Soletski 40
John Steinbrink 30
Jeffrey Stone 100
Pat Strachota 95
Scott Suder 100
Jim Sullivan 27
Barbara Toles 20
John Townsend 100
David Travis 25
Robert Turner 20
Terry Van Akkeren 27
Karl Van Roy 95
Amy Vruwink 10
Sheldon Wasserman 47
Steve Wieckert 100
Annette Williams 11
Mary Williams 90
Jeffrey Wood 100
Robert Ziegelbauer 70
Rich Zipperer 95

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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