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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition

2005 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
MO State Senate 8 Will Kraus Republican 45%
MO State Senate 11 Paul LeVota Democratic 91%
MO State Senate 13 Gina Walsh Democratic 91%
MO State Senate 14 Maria Chappelle-Nadal Democratic 100%
MO State Senate 17 Ryan Silvey Republican 0%
MO State Senate 18 Brian Munzlinger Republican 0%
MO State Senate 20 Jay Wasson Republican 10%
MO State Senate 21 David Pearce Republican 9%
MO State Senate 23 Tom Dempsey Republican 0%
MO State Senate 28 Mike Parson Republican 9%
MO State Senate 29 David Sater Republican 0%
MO State Senate 30 Bob Dixon Republican 10%
MO State Senate 31 Edgar Emery Republican 9%
MO State Senate 32 Ron Richard Republican 10%
MO State Senate 33 Mike Cunningham Republican 18%
MO State Senate 34 Robert Schaaf Republican 18%
MO Alderman Ward 11 Thomas Villa 73%
MO Council Member 2 Curt Dougherty 45%
MO Commissioner At-Large Steve Hobbs 0%
MO Commissioner At-Large Jerry Nolte 9%
MO Commissioner At-Large Rodney Schad 18%
MO Commissioner At-Large Raymond Weter 27%
MO Commissioner At-Large Dennis Wood 18%
MO Treasurer Clint Zweifel Democratic 100%
MO County Council 2 Sam Page 100%
Joe Aull 64%
James Avery, Jr. 18%
Brian Baker 27%
Judy Baker 100%
Frank Barnitz 75%
Otto Bean, Jr. 50%
Carl Bearden 0%
Robert Behnen 0%
Walter Bivins, Jr. 9%
Lanie Black III 18%
Craig Bland 100%
John Bowman, Sr. 100%
Amber Boykins 100%
Rachel Bringer 64%
Sharon Sanders Brooks 100%
Jason Brown 27%
Michael Brown 82%
Mark Bruns 18%
John Patrick Burnett 91%
Ron Casey 73%
Kathy Chinn 10%
Nathan Cooper 0%
Robert Wayne Cooper 0%
Shannon Cooper 0%
Michael Corcoran 91%
Jane Cunningham 9%
Melba Curls 91%
Bruce David Darrough 100%
Michael Daus 82%
Cynthia Davis 0%
David Day 9%
Bill Deeken 30%
Charles Denison 0%
Mike Dethrow 18%
Margaret Donnelly 100%
Gary Dusenberg 0%
Yaphett El-Amin 60%
Douglas Ervin 9%
Sally Faith 18%
Kathlyn Fares 45%
Barney Fisher 0%
Timothy Flook 18%
Ward Franz 0%
Barbara Fraser 91%
Thomas George 80%
Jack Goodman 10%
Jim Guest 18%
Belinda Harris 64%
Robert Harris 100%
Esther Hill Haywood 100%
Wayne Henke 73%
Theodore Hoskins 91%
Rodney Hubbard 80%
Leonard Hughes IV 100%
Steve Hunter 0%
Allen Icet 9%
Jack Jackson 10%
Rodney Jetton 0%
Connie Johnson 82%
Richard Johnson 100%
Robert Thane Johnson 64%
Cathy Jolly 100%
Kenny Jones 18%
Van Kelly 0%
Gayle Kingery 0%
Fred Kratky 82%
J.C. Kuessner 64%
Brad Lager 9%
Sara Lampe 100%
Jim Lembke 0%
Albert Joseph Liese 82%
Scott Lipke 0%
Tom Loehner 18%
Beth Low 100%
Jenee Lowe 100%
B. J. Marsh 14%
Bob May 0%
Mike McGhee 9%
Timothy Meadows 78%
Kate Meiners 73%
Danielle Moore 27%
JMO Mott Oxford 100%
T. Scott Muschany 18%
Peter Myers, Jr. 0%
Bob Nance 27%
Brian Nieves 0%
Sherman Parker 56%
Susan Phillips 0%
Darrell Pollock 9%
Charles Portwood 11%
Bryan Pratt 0%
John Quinn 0%
Rex Rector 0%
Bradley Roark 0%
Edward Robb 0%
Brad Robinson 64%
Jeff Roorda 88%
Martin Rucker 80%
Marilyn Ruestman 9%
Scott Rupp 9%
Ray Salva 70%
Therese Sander 9%
Charles Schlottach 18%
Vicki Schneider 36%
Sue Schoemehl 80%
Tom Self 18%
Wes Shoemyer 70%
Trent Skaggs 91%
Joseph Smith 9%
Todd Smith 9%
Michael Spreng 82%
Bryan Stevenson 0%
Neal St. Onge 18%
Rachel Storch 100%
Mike Sutherland 0%
Terry Swinger 44%
Kevin Threlkeld 9%
Steven Tilley 9%
James Viebrock 9%
Michael Vogt 82%
Wes Wagner 64%
Maynard Wallace 9%
Juanita Walton 100%
Don Wells 0%
James Whorton 73%
H. Edward Wildberger 82%
Kevin Wilson 27%
Larry Wilson 18%
Terry Witte 73%
Billy Pat Wright 0%
Mark Wright 10%
Robin Wright-Jones 91%
Patricia Yaeger 78%
Brian David Yates 0%
Terry Young 100%

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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