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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Georgia Conservative Coalition

2001-2002 Positions

Issues: Conservative
State Office District Name Party Rating
GA U.S. House 3 Lynn Westmoreland Republican 75%
GA U.S. House 6 Tom Price Republican 75%
GA U.S. House 8 Austin Scott Republican 67%
GA U.S. House 11 Phil Gingrey Republican 75%
GA U.S. House 13 David Scott Democratic 55%
GA Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle Republican 67%
GA State House 29 Carl Rogers Republican 63%
GA State House 32 Alan Powell Republican 67%
GA State House 33 Tom McCall Republican 70%
GA State House 36 Earl Ehrhart Republican 75%
GA State House 40 Rich Golick Republican 73%
GA State House 43 Sharon Cooper Republican 75%
GA State House 44 Don Parsons Republican 75%
GA State House 51 Wendell Willard Republican 67%
GA State House 52 Joe Wilkinson Republican 64%
GA State House 55 Tyrone Brooks, Sr. Democratic 42%
GA State House 57 Pat Gardner Democratic 38%
GA State House 65 Sharon Beasley-Teague Democratic 43%
GA State House 70 Lynn Smith Republican 82%
GA State House 73 John Yates Republican 75%
GA State House 77 Darryl Jordan Democratic 50%
GA State House 85 Karla Drenner Democratic 20%
GA State House 86 Michele Henson Democratic 33%
GA State House 95 Tom Rice Republican 83%
GA State House 97 Brooks Coleman, Jr. Republican 89%
GA State House 120 Mickey Channell, Jr. Republican 80%
GA State House 122 Ben Harbin Republican 89%
GA State House 132 Carl Epps Democratic 36%
GA State House 135 Calvin Smyre Democratic 36%
GA State House 136 Carolyn Hugley Democratic 36%
GA State House 142 Nikki Randall Democratic 33%
GA State House 146 Larry O'Neal, Jr. Republican 75%
GA State House 151 Gerald Greene Republican 40%
GA State House 154 Winfred Dukes Democratic 27%
GA State House 156 Greg Morris Republican 67%
GA State House 158 Butch Parrish Republican 40%
GA State House 164 Ron Stephens Republican 73%
GA State House 169 Chuck Sims Republican 55%
GA State House 170 Penny Houston Republican 25%
GA State House 174 C. Black Republican 44%
GA State House 176 Jason Shaw Republican 30%
GA State Senate 2 Lester Jackson III Democratic 33%
GA State Senate 4 Jack Hill Republican 58%
GA State Senate 8 Tim Golden Republican 67%
GA State Senate 9 Don Balfour Republican 83%
GA State Senate 15 Ed Harbison Democratic 60%
GA State Senate 19 Tommie Williams Republican 73%
GA State Senate 24 William Jackson Republican 89%
GA State Senate 26 David Lucas, Sr. Democratic 36%
GA State Senate 33 Steve Thompson Democratic 73%
GA State Senate 34 Valencia Seay Democratic 27%
GA State Senate 35 Donzella James Democratic 55%
GA State Senate 36 Nan Orrock Democratic 33%
GA State Senate 38 Horacena Tate Democratic 55%
GA State Senate 39 Vincent Fort Democratic 50%
GA State Senate 40 Fran Millar Republican 83%
GA State Senate 45 Renee Unterman Republican 80%
GA State Senate 48 David Shafer Republican 88%
GA State Senate 53 Jeff Mullis Republican 83%
GA State Senate 55 Gloria Butler Democratic 50%
GA Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens 75%
GA Mayor At-Large Kasim Reed Democratic 36%
GA Alderman At-Large Tom Bordeaux No Party Affiliation 40%
GA Public Service Commissioner 1 Doug Everett Republican 73%
GA Commissioner 2 Terry Johnson Democratic 45%
GA Commissioner 4 Faye Smith 58%
Ben Allen 57%
Amos Amerson 67%
Alberta Anderson 50%
Kathy Ashe 33%
Charles Bannister 75%
Terry Barnard 67%
Mike Barnes 42%
Mike Beatty 75%
Pat Bell 38%
Stephanie Benfield 33%
Kenneth Birdsong 40%
Peg Blitch 45%
Mike Boggs 75%
Ron Borders 25%
Rooney Bowen 50%
Ben Bridges, Sr. 75%
Hugh Broome 67%
Jeff Brown 75%
Robert Brown 45%
Ben Joseph Brush, Jr. 75%
Thomas Bryant Buck III 42%
Gail Buckner 36%
John Bulloch, Jr. 60%
Barbara Jean Bunn 80%
Mark Burkhalter 83%
Sue Burmeister 75%
Joseph Alfred Burton 75%
Roger Byrd 80%
Susan Watt Cable 75%
Gene Callaway 67%
Thomas Campbell, Jr. 75%
J. Steven Cash 82%
Donald Cheeks 67%
E. M. Childers 36%
Michael Coan 75%
Terry Coleman 63%
Ginger Moore Collins 73%
Jack Connell 50%
Kathy Cox 75%
Mack Crawford 73%
Mike Crotts 75%
Bill Cummings 55%
J. Max Davis 67%
Burke Day 90%
Douglas Dean 63%
Nathan Dean 50%
George Deloach 64%
Homer DeLoach 60%
Scott Dix 63%
Ron Dodson 36%
Johnny Wilson Floyd 27%
Ronald Forster 67%
Bobby Franklin 73%
Hugh Gillis, Sr. 42%
Diane Grasse 63%
David Baugh Graves 73%
Arthur Guhl 82%
Doug Haines 67%
Allen Hammontree 83%
Bill Hamrick III 67%
Bob Hanner 55%
Seth Harp 83%
Sally Roettger Harrell 43%
Keith Heard 33%
Greg Hecht 70%
Joe Heckstall 42%
Bill Hembree 80%
Roger Hines 67%
Ray Holland 73%
Bob Holmes 33%
George Hooks 50%
Henry Howard 50%
Helen Hudson 36%
W. Newt Hudson 40%
Robert Andrew Irvin 75%
Carol Jackson 50%
Lynmore James 33%
Jeanette Jamieson 25%
Curtis Jenkins 73%
Paul Jennings 83%
Eric Johnson 75%
Brian Joyce 70%
Mitchell Adam Kaye, Sr. 75%
Jerry Keen 75%
Kemp 64%
Tom Knox 75%
Charles Ladd 75%
Robert Lamutt 75%
Bob Lane 45%
Craig Lanier 67%
Daniel Lee 63%
Jeff Lewis 83%
Jimmy Lord 42%
John Lunsford 73%
George Maddox 42%
Randal Mangham 58%
Judy Manning 82%
Richard Marable 50%
Warren Massey 70%
Mary Louise McBee 56%
Jo Ann McClinton 27%
James McKinney 30%
Michael Meyer von Bremen 58%
James Mills 75%
Barbara J. Mobley 50%
Michael Moore 56%
Hinson Mosley 67%
Anne O'Quin Mueller 80%
Michael David Muntean 75%
Thomas Murphy 0%
Bobby Eugene Parham 36%
Rusty Paul 75%
Dorothy Pelote 36%
Garland Pinholster 70%
Charles Poag 73%
Michael Polak 56%
DuBose Porter 25%
Ann Purcell 60%
Harold Ragan 58%
Arnold Ragas 27%
Robert Ray 40%
Barbara Reece 33%
Robert A.B. Reichert 25%
Glenn Richardson 75%
Danae Roberts 73%
Lawrence Roberts 30%
A. Richard Royal 60%
Ron Sailor 57%
Bill Sanders 75%
Chuck Scheid III 80%
Mitch Seabaugh 67%
Tom Shanahan 42%
Wallace Edward Sholar, Sr. 33%
Georganna Sinkfield 25%

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.

Most performance evaluations are displayed in a percentage format. However, some organizations present their ratings in the form of a letter grade or endorsement based on voting records, interviews, survey results and/or sources of campaign funding. For consistency and ease in understanding, Project Vote Smart converts all scores into a percentage when possible. Please visit the group's website or call 1-888-VOTESMART for more specific information.

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