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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry

2003 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
ID Lieutenant Governor Brad Little Republican 88%
ID State House 1B George Eskridge Republican 90%
ID State House 5B Shirley Ringo Democratic 53%
ID State House 8B Lenore Barrett Republican 82%
ID State House 9A Lawerence Denney Republican 95%
ID State House 10B Darrell Bolz Republican 95%
ID State House 13B Gary Collins Republican 100%
ID State House 14A Mike Moyle Republican 84%
ID State House 23A Rich Wills Republican 90%
ID State House 23B Pete Nielsen, Sr. Republican 84%
ID State House 25A Maxine Bell Republican 95%
ID State House 27A Scott Bedke Republican 88%
ID State House 29B Elaine Smith Democratic 63%
ID State House 34B Dell Raybould Republican 79%
ID State House 35A JoAn Wood Republican 77%
ID State Senate 1 Shawn Keough Republican 82%
ID State Senate 4 John Goedde Republican 94%
ID State Senate 9 Monty Pearce Republican 82%
ID State Senate 11 Patti Lodge Republican 100%
ID State Senate 13 Curtis McKenzie Republican 100%
ID State Senate 17 Elliot Werk Democratic 63%
ID State Senate 27 Dean Cameron No Party Affiliation 94%
ID State Senate 33 Bart Davis Republican 77%
ID State Senate 34 Brent Hill Republican 88%
ID Chairman of the Tax Commission Robert Geddes Republican 88%
ID Director of the Department of Insurance William Deal Republican 94%
ID Tax Commissioner David Langhorst Democratic 53%
Allen Andersen 58%
John Andreason 82%
Kent Bailey 94%
Jack Barraclough 90%
Gary Bauer 89%
Max Black 100%
Sharon Block 100%
Donna Boe 63%
Larry Bradford 95%
R. Skipper Brandt 76%
Harold Bunderson 87%
F. Burkett 59%
Don Burtenshaw 76%
Martha Calabretta 58%
John Campbell 90%
Joseph Cannon 90%
James Clark 90%
Richard Compton 82%
Dolores Crow 93%
Charles Cuddy 79%
Denton Darrington 94%
Bonnie Douglas 63%
Charles Eberle 95%
Clete Edmunson 79%
Julie Ellsworth 84%
Debbie Field 84%
Frances Field 89%
Lee Gagner 100%
Tom Gannon 88%
Kathie Garrett 95%
Richard Harwood 84%
Margaret Henbest 63%
Cecil Ingram 88%
Wendy Jaquet 67%
Douglas Jones 72%
Hilde Kellogg 94%
Fred Kennedy 65%
Henry Kulczyk 74%
Dennis Lake 100%
Eulalie Teichert Langford 74%
Edgar Malepeai 65%
Bert Marley 73%
Elmer Martinez 53%
Janice McGeachin 79%
Shirley McKague 84%
Ron McWilliams 81%
Wayne Meyer 89%
Janet Miller 84%
Mike Mitchell 56%
Mike Naccarato 50%
Bruce Newcomb 100%
Jack Noble 100%
Laird Noh 65%
Melvin Richardson 88%
Tim Ridinger 59%
Robert Ring 90%
Ken Roberts 84%
Kenneth Robison 63%
Ann Rydalch 95%
William Sali 78%
George Sayler 63%
Robert Schaefer, Sr. 79%
Gary Schroeder 75%
Mary Lou Shepherd 90%
Mack Shirley 90%
Kathy Skippen 84%
Leon Smith, Jr. 63%
R. Steve Smylie 90%
Mark Snodgrass 90%
Sheila Sorensen 87%
Joe Stegner 76%
W. Stennett 71%
John Stevenson 90%
Gerry Sweet 88%
Thomas Trail 56%
J. Stanley Williams 86%

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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