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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition

2008 Positions on Progressive Policy

State Office District Name Party Rating
MO U.S. House 8 Jason Smith Republican 27
MO State House 105 Mark Parkinson Republican 0
MO State House 132 Charlie Norr Democratic 100
MO State Senate 2 Bob Onder Republican 0
MO State Senate 5 Jamilah Nasheed Democratic 89
MO State Senate 7 Jason Holsman Democratic 100
MO State Senate 8 Will Kraus Republican 67
MO State Senate 9 Shalonn Curls Democratic 100
MO State Senate 11 Paul LeVota Democratic 100
MO State Senate 13 Gina Walsh Democratic 91
MO State Senate 14 Maria Chappelle-Nadal Democratic 100
MO State Senate 17 Ryan Silvey Republican 18
MO State Senate 18 Brian Munzlinger Republican 0
MO State Senate 20 Jay Wasson Republican 20
MO State Senate 21 David Pearce Republican 18
MO State Senate 28 Mike Parson Republican 0
MO State Senate 29 David Sater Republican 10
MO State Senate 30 Bob Dixon Republican 0
MO State Senate 31 Edgar Emery Republican 0
MO State Senate 32 Ron Richard Republican 0
MO State Senate 33 Mike Cunningham Republican 0
MO State Senate 34 Robert Schaaf Republican 9
MO Alderman Ward 11 Thomas Villa 82
MO Council Member 2 Curt Dougherty 50
MO Commissioner 1 Luke Scavuzzo 91
MO Commissioner At-Large Steve Hobbs 9
MO Commissioner At-Large Jerry Nolte 27
MO Commissioner At-Large Rodney Schad 9
MO Commissioner At-Large Raymond Weter 18
MO Commissioner At-Large Dennis Wood 9
MO Treasurer Clint Zweifel Democratic 100
MO County Council 2 Sam Page 100
Joe Aull 91
James Avery, Jr. 0
Brian Baker 18
Judy Baker 100
Walter Bivins, Jr. 11
Craig Bland 100
Ellen Brandom 18
Rachel Bringer 91
Jason Brown 27
Michael Brown 100
Mark Bruns 11
John Patrick Burnett 100
Ron Casey 91
Robert Wayne Cooper 9
Shannon Cooper 0
Michael Corcoran 100
Stanley Cox 0
Jane Cunningham 0
Bruce David Darrough 100
Michael Daus 100
Cynthia Davis 0
David Day 9
Bill Deeken 18
Charles Denison 18
Mike Dethrow 9
Margaret Donnelly 100
Gary Dusenberg 30
Talibdin El-Amin 78
Douglas Ervin 9
Sally Faith 0
Joe Fallert, Jr. 91
Kathlyn Fares 45
Barney Fisher 18
Timothy Flook 18
Michael Frame 100
Ward Franz 0
Doug Funderburk 0
Tony George 89
Jason Grill 91
Jeff Grisamore 36
Jim Guest 30
Belinda Harris 91
Robert Harris 100
Esther Hill Haywood 100
Steve Hodges 91
Theodore Hoskins 64
Rodney Hubbard 80
Leonard Hughes IV 86
Steve Hunter 0
Allen Icet 0
Rodney Jetton 0
Connie Johnson 100
Kenny Jones 0
Timothy Jones 0
Mary Kasten 9
Van Kelly 9
Gayle Kingery 10
Sam Komo 100
Fred Kratky 91
J.C. Kuessner 91
Sara Lampe 100
Jim Lembke 0
Albert Joseph Liese 91
Scott Lipke 27
Tom Loehner 10
Beth Low 100
Jenee Lowe 100
B. J. Marsh 50
Bob May 0
Rebecca McClanahan 100
Mike McGhee 10
Timothy Meadows 88
Kate Meiners 80
Danielle Moore 0
JMO Mott Oxford 100
T. Scott Muschany 0
Bob Nance 30
Brian Nieves 0
Darrell Pollock 27
Charles Portwood 0
Bryan Pratt 9
John Quinn 0
Paul Quinn 91
Edward Robb 0
Brad Robinson 100
Jeff Roorda 100
Martin Rucker 91
Marilyn Ruestman 0
Don Ruzicka 9
Ray Salva 89
Therese Sander 0
Dwight Scharnhorst 0
Ed Schieffer 91
Charles Schlottach 0
Vicki Schneider 43
Shane Schoeller 0
Sue Schoemehl 91
Tom Self 0
Tom Shively 91
Trent Skaggs 100
Joseph Smith 0
Michael Spreng 100
Bryan Stevenson 0
Neal St. Onge 18
Rachel Storch 100
Rick Stream 0
Mike Sutherland 27
Terry Swinger 91
Mike Talboy 100
Mike Thomson 9
Kevin Threlkeld 0
Steven Tilley 0
Thomas Todd 91
James Viebrock 18
Michael Vogt 100
Maynard Wallace 18
Juanita Walton 82
Don Wells 9
James Whorton 100
H. Edward Wildberger 91
Kevin Wilson 9
Larry Wilson 18
Terry Witte 91
Billy Pat Wright 0
Robin Wright-Jones 100
Patricia Yaeger 90
Brian David Yates 29
Terry Young 100
Jake Zimmerman 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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