Rating Group: Alaska State Chamber of Commerce

2012 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
AK Governor Sean Parnell R 67%
AK State House-2 Tammie Wilson R 92%
AK State House-3 Steve Thompson R 92%
AK State House-4 Scott Kawasaki D 8%
AK State House-6 Eric Feige R 83%
AK State House-7 Wes Keller R 75%
AK State House-10 Mark Neuman R 67%
AK State House-11 Bill Stoltze R 83%
AK State House-12 Dan Saddler R 92%
AK State House-14 Max Gruenberg, Jr. D 33%
AK State House-18 Les Gara D 0%
AK State House-19 Lindsey Holmes R 25%
AK State House-20 Mia Costello R 92%
AK State House-21 Craig Johnson R 100%
AK State House-22 Chris Tuck D 17%
AK State House-23 Bob Lynn R 75%
AK State House-24 Charisse Millett R 75%
AK State House-25 Lance Pruitt R 92%
AK State House-27 Mike Hawker R 100%
AK State House-28 Mike Chenault R 100%
AK State House-29 Kurt Olson R 92%
AK State House-30 Paul Seaton R 17%
AK State House-31 Cathy Muñoz R 59%
AK State House-33 Peggy Wilson R 67%
AK State House-35 Alan Austerman R 33%
AK State House-36 Bryce Edgmon D 17%
AK State House-37 Bob Herron D 42%
AK State House-38 David Guttenberg D 0%
AK State House-39 Neal Foster D 59%
AK State Senate-A John Coghill, Jr. R 83%
AK State Senate-E Charlie Huggins R 92%
AK State Senate-F Fred Dyson R 67%
AK State Senate-G Bill Wielechowski D 0%
AK State Senate-H Berta Gardner D 0%
AK State Senate-I Johnny Ellis D 0%
AK State Senate-J Hollis French II D 0%
AK State Senate-K Lesil McGuire R 58%
AK State Senate-L Kevin Meyer R 42%
AK State Senate-M Anna Fairclough R 92%
AK State Senate-N Cathy Giessel R 100%
AK State Senate-P Dennis Egan D 0%
AK State Senate-Q Bert Stedman R 0%
AK State Senate-R Gary Stevens R 0%
AK State Senate-S Lyman Hoffman D 0%
AK State Senate-T Donald Olson D 8%
AK Mayor-At-Large Reggie Joule D 25%
Sharon Cissna 17%
Bettye Davis 8%
Alan Dick 67%
Mike Doogan 17%
Kyle Johansen 75%
Beth Kerttula 0%
Albert Kookesh 0%
Linda Menard 58%
Bob Miller 0%
Joe Paskvan 0%
Pete Petersen 8%
Joe Thomas 33%
Bill Thomas, Jr. 83%
Thomas Wagoner 67%

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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