Rating Group: Connecticut AFL-CIO

1994 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
CT U.S. House-1 John Larson D 44%
CT U.S. House-2 Joe Courtney D 70%
CT Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman D 70%
CT State House-33 Joseph Serra D 78%
CT State House-45 Steve Mikutel D 22%
CT State House-55 Pam Sawyer R 10%
CT State House-69 Art O'Neill R 10%
CT State House-76 John Piscopo R 0%
CT State House-85 Mary Mushinsky D 78%
CT State House-90 Mary Fritz D 44%
CT State House-92 Patricia Dillon D 60%
CT State House-110 Bob Godfrey D 78%
CT State House-115 Stephen Dargan D 80%
CT State House-116 Lou Esposito, Jr. D 60%
CT State House-121 Terrance Backer D 80%
CT State House-139 Kevin Ryan D 70%
CT State House-142 Larry Cafero, Jr. R 10%
CT State Senate-1 John Fonfara D 44%
CT State Senate-2 Eric Coleman D 50%
CT State Senate-3 Gary LeBeau D 50%
CT State Senate-6 Terry Gerratana D 80%
CT State Senate-7 John Kissel R 50%
CT State Senate-11 Martin Looney D 56%
CT State Senate-15 Joan Hartley D 33%
CT State Senate-17 Joe Crisco, Jr. D 44%
CT State Senate-20 Andrea Stillman D 67%
CT State Senate-29 Donald Williams, Jr. D 44%
CT State Senate-35 Anthony Guglielmo R 44%
CT Attorney General George Jepsen Other 44%
CT Secretary of State Denise Merrill Other 75%
CT Commissioner of Revenue Kevin Sullivan D 44%
CT Mayor-At-Large Toni Harp D 78%
CT Mayor-At-Large Peter Nystrom R 13%
CT Alderman-Ward 4 Andrea Jackson-Brooks D 70%
James Amann 50%
Curtis Dickerman Andrews, Jr. 0%
William Aniskovich 33%
Timothy Barth 10%
Nancy Farwell Beals 70%
Reginald Beamon 50%
Richard Belden 0%
John Betkoski III 40%
Donald Boughton III 60%
Dominic Andrew Buonocore 10%
Susan Bysiewicz 70%
Michael Caron 20%
Annette Wheeler Carter 56%
Christopher Caruso 60%
Ilia Castro 75%
J.Vincent Chase 10%
Dennis Cleary 20%
Jacqueline Cocco 44%
Raymond Collins 0%
Terry Concannon 60%
Thomas Conway, Sr. 30%
Catherine Cook 22%
Melody Currey 70%
Eileen Daily 44%
Ann Dandrow 20%
Jefferson Davis 70%
Louis DeLuca 22%
Nancy DeMarinis 80%
Chris Anthony DePino 60%
Konstantinos Diamantis 78%
William DiBella 44%
Lucien DiMeo 10%
Christopher Donovan 80%
William Dyson 78%
M. Adela Dell' Eads 22%
Mary Eberle 50%
Ruth Fahrbach 0%
Robert Farr 10%
Michael Fedele 20%
Richard Ferrari 10%
Brian Flaherty 10%
Patrick Flaherty 70%
James Fleming 22%
John Wayne Fox 22%
Judith Freedman 33%
Josephine Fuchs 0%
Angelo Fusco 30%
Edna Garcia 67%
Edwin Garcia 60%
Jeanne Garvey 10%
Frederick Gelsi 57%
Robert Genuario 33%
Edward Graziani 60%
George Gunther 22%
Norma Gyle 0%
Marilyn Ann Hess 20%
Sidney Holbrook 0%
Wade Hyslop, Jr. 89%
Michael Jarjura 33%
Stephen Jarmoc 56%
Robert Keeley, Jr. 70%
Marie Lopez Kirkley-Bey 89%
Paul Knierim 0%
Alex Knopp 60%
Barry Kolar 22%
Michael Lawlor 60%
John Joseph Lescoe 60%
Janet Lockton 10%
Fred Lovegrove, Jr. 33%
Moira Lyons 50%
Robert Maddox, Jr. 0%
James Maloney 67%
Brian Edward Mattiello 20%
Dom Mazzoccoli 10%
James McCavanagh 30%
Anne McDonald 60%
Mary McGrattan 38%
Peter Metz 30%
Lawrence Miller 0%
John Mordasky 40%
Paul Munns 10%
Ernest Newton II 86%
William Nickerson 22%
Andrew McCall Norton 20%
Gary Orefice 50%
James O'Rourke III 80%
Mary Ann O'Sullivan 60%
Alvin Penn 44%
Melodie Peters 78%
Claudia Powers 0%
F. Prelli 10%
David Pudlin 80%
Dale Radcliffe 0%
Jodi Rell 10%
Kevin Ferguson Rennie 10%
Thomas Ritter 60%
Richard Roy 40%
Sammy Samowitz 60%
Ronald San Angelo 10%
Americo Santiago 80%
Ellen Scalettar 60%
Angelina Scarpetti 22%
Carl Schiessl 40%
Howard Scipio 60%
Donnie Sellers, Sr. 67%
Robert Ruhl Simmons 10%
Winthrop Smith, Jr. 56%
Cameron Staples 80%
Jessie Stratton 50%
John Stripp 0%
Anthony Tercyak 25%
John Thompson 70%
Vincent Tonucci 30%
Christel Truglia 78%
Richard Tulisano 44%
Thomas Upson 33%
William Varese 10%
Peter Villano 60%
Robert Ward 0%
Julia Wasserman 10%
Lenny Winkler 40%

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