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Rating Group: National Rifle Association

2019 Candidate Positions on Gun Rights

Issues: Guns
State Office District Name Party Rating
AL Commissioner 3 Van Smith 53%
AL Commissioner At-Large Allen Caton 93%
AL Commissioner At-Large Jimmie Hardee 67%
GA State House 28 Chris Erwin Republican 93%
KY Governor Matt Bevin Republican 100%
KY State House 89 Robert Goforth Republican 93%
KY State House 99 Rocky Adkins Democratic 73%
KY State Senate 24 Wil Schroder Republican 93%
KY State Senate 28 Ralph Alvarado Republican 93%
KY State Senate 31 Phillip Wheeler Republican 93%
KY Attorney General Andy Beshear 0%
LA State House 18 Jeremy LaCombe Democratic 0%
LA State House 62 Roy Adams Independent 0%
ME State House 45 Stephen Moriarty Democratic 13%
ME State House 52 Sean Paulhus Democratic 0%
ME State House 124 Joseph Perry, Sr. Democratic 0%
MN State House 11B Nathan Nelson Republican 93%
MN State Senate 11 Jason Rarick Republican 93%
MS Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves Republican 100%
MS State House 5 John Faulkner Democratic 13%
MS State House 6 Dana Criswell Republican 93%
MS State House 7 Steve Hopkins Republican 93%
MS State House 9 Cedric Burnett Democratic 47%
MS State House 19 Randy Boyd Republican 93%
MS State House 25 Dan Eubanks Republican 93%
MS State House 28 Robert Foster Republican 93%
MS State House 29 Abe Hudson, Jr. Democratic 0%
MS State House 30 Tracey Rosebud Democratic 0%
MS State House 31 Otis Anthony II Democratic 0%
MS State House 32 Solomon Osborne Democratic 0%
MS State House 35 Joey Hood Republican 93%
MS State House 36 Karl Gibbs Democratic 73%
MS State House 38 Cheikh Taylor Democratic 53%
MS State House 39 Jeffrey Smith Republican 100%
MS State House 40 Ashley Henley Republican 93%
MS State House 42 Carl Mickens Democratic 53%
MS State House 48 Jason White Republican 93%
MS State House 50 John Hines, Sr. Democratic 13%
MS State House 57 Edward Blackmon, Jr. Democratic 13%
MS State House 58 Joel Bomgar Republican 93%
MS State House 63 Deborah Dixon Democratic 73%
MS State House 64 Bill Denny, Jr. Republican 100%
MS State House 70 Kathy Sykes Democratic 13%
MS State House 71 Ronnie Crudup, Jr. Democratic 13%
MS State House 72 Debra Gibbs Democratic 0%
MS State House 74 Mark Baker Republican 100%
MS State House 83 Greg Snowden Republican 100%
MS State House 84 William Shirley, Jr. Republican 93%
MS State House 87 Chris Johnson Republican 0%
MS State House 88 Gary Staples Republican 93%
MS State House 95 Patricia Willis Republican 93%
MS State House 101 Kent McCarty Republican 0%
MS State House 103 Percy Watson Democratic 13%
MS State House 105 Roun McNeal Republican 93%
MS State House 106 John Corley Republican 93%
MS State House 109 Manly Barton Republican 93%
MS State House 114 Jeffrey Guice Republican 93%
MS State House 117 Scott DeLano Republican 100%
MS State House 118 Greg Haney Republican 93%
MS State House 119 Sonya Williams-Barnes Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 1 Chris Massey Republican 93%
MS State Senate 4 Rita Parks Republican 93%
MS State Senate 11 Robert Jackson Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 26 John Horhn Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 27 Hillman Frazier Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 34 Juan Barnett Democratic 33%
MS State Senate 35 Chris Caughman Republican 93%
MS State Senate 36 Albert Butler Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 38 Tammy Witherspoon Democratic 13%
MS State Senate 39 Sally Doty Republican 93%
MS State Senate 46 Philip Moran Republican 100%
MS State Senate 47 Joseph Seymour Republican 93%
MS State Senate 48 Deborah Dawkins Democratic 33%
MS State Senate 51 Michael Watson Republican 93%
MS Attorney General Jim Hood Democratic 67%
MS Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann Republican 93%
MS Mayor At-Large Johnny DuPree 13%
MS Supervisor 3 Blaine LaFontaine 0%
MS Supervisor 3 Troy Smith 0%
MS Supervisor 4 Kelly Morris 53%
MS Council Member Ward 2 Deborah Delgado 0%
MS Council Member Ward 3 Dixie Newman 13%
MS Treasurer Lynn Fitch Republican 93%
NC State House 3 Michael Speciale Republican 93%
NC State House 9 Greg Murphy Republican 93%
NC State House 15 Phil Shepard Republican 93%
NC State Senate 39 Dan Bishop Republican 93%
NC Commissioner 2 Eric Rouse Republican 93%
NC Commissioner 3 Mike Payment 93%
NC Commissioner 4 Paul Beaumont 0%
NC Commissioner At-Large Stony Rushing 93%
NJ State Assembly 3 John Burzichelli Democratic 53%
NJ State Assembly 3 Adam Taliaferro Democratic 33%
NJ State Assembly 6 Lou Greenwald Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 6 Pamela Lampitt Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 8 Joe Howarth Republican 73%
NJ State Assembly 8 Ryan Peters Republican 73%
NJ State Assembly 15 Verlina Reynolds-Jackson Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 15 Anthony Verrelli Democratic 0%
NJ State Assembly 17 Joseph Danielsen Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 17 Joseph Egan Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 22 Linda Carter Democratic 0%
NJ State Assembly 22 James Kennedy Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 25 Anthony Bucco, Jr. Republican 87%
NJ State Assembly 29 Shanique Davis-Speight Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 29 Eliana Marin Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 36 Clinton Calabrese Democratic 13%
NJ State Assembly 36 Gary Schaer Democratic 13%
NJ Council Member At-Large Gary Schaer 13%
PA U.S. House 12 Fred Keller Republican 93%
PA State House 114 Bridget Kosierowski Democratic 0%
PA State House 190 Movita Johnson-Harrell Democratic 0%
PA State Senate 37 Pam Iovino Democratic 13%
SC State House 14 Stewart Jones Republican 93%
SC State Senate 6 Dwight Loftis Republican 87%
SC Council Member 1 Amy Doyle 0%
SC Council Member 3 Garrett McDaniel 0%
TN State Senate 22 Bill Powers Republican 93%
TN State Senate 32 Paul Rose Republican 93%
VA State House 5 Israel O'Quinn Republican 93%
VA State House 28 Robert Thomas, Jr. Republican 93%
VA State House 38 Kaye Kory Democratic 13%
VA State House 49 Alfonso Lopez Democratic 13%
VA State House 50 Lee Carter Democratic 0%
VA State House 52 Luke Torian Democratic 13%
VA State House 73 Debra Rodman Democratic 33%
VA State House 85 Cheryl Turpin Democratic 0%
VA State House 97 Chris Peace Republican 93%
VA State Senate 6 Lynwood Lewis, Jr. Democratic 73%
VA State Senate 15 Frank Ruff, Jr. Republican 93%
VA State Senate 16 Rosalyn Dance Democratic 13%
VA State Senate 17 Bryce Reeves Republican 100%
VA State Senate 24 Emmett Hanger, Jr. Republican 87%
VA State Senate 31 Barbara Favola Democratic 13%
VA State Senate 33 Jennifer Boysko Democratic 13%
VA State Senate 35 Dick Saslaw Democratic 33%
VA Supervisor Aquia Paul Milde III 93%
VA Supervisor Garrisonville Laura Sellers 0%
VA Council Member Ward 4 Turner Perrow, Jr. 0%
VA Council Member At-Large Kathleen Galvin 13%
VA Council Member At-Large Mark Wolfe 0%
VA County Supervisor Catoctin Geary Higgins 93%
WA State House 13 Position 2 Alex Ybarra Republican 93%
WA State Senate 40 Liz Lovelett Democratic 13%
Doug Adams 0%
Michael Adams 93%
Hassan Ahmad 13%
Greta Aitken 0%
John Alexander 0%
Cody Anderson 0%
Tony Anderson 0%
William Andrews 0%
Chris Anglin 0%
Dennis Aucoin 93%
G. Avoli 93%
Kevin Baiko 0%
John Barbarula 0%
Mario Barnes 0%
Bruce Bartley 93%
Amanda Batten 93%
Melanie Beale 93%
Eileen Bedell 13%
Jason Belcher 0%
Tina Belge 0%
Brian Bergen 93%
Ronald Berman 93%
Alex Bethea 0%
Richard Bew 0%
Akshay Bhamidipat 0%
Johnny Black 93%
Ramona Blackledge 0%
Nina Blackwelder 93%
Carrie Blackwood 13%
Alicia Blanks 0%
Dave Bourne 0%
Michael Bowman 0%
Jason Boyd 0%
Graham Boyd 93%
John Bravo 0%
Richard Breeden 93%
Matt Brewer 0%
Carl Brinkley 0%
Sam Britton 93%
Beth Brown 93%
Leigh Brown 93%
Michael Brown 0%
William Brown 13%
Zachary Brown 13%
Mark Buckner, Sr. 0%
Tim Burkhardt 13%
Milt Burris 53%
Kelvin Butler 0%
Celeste Cairns 0%
Mark Caliguire 53%
Billy Calvert 0%
Daniel Cameron 93%
Amanda Campbell 0%
Test Candidate #N/A%
Scott Carnegie 0%
Edelia Carthan 0%

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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