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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2013 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
MO Governor Michael Parson Republican 93%
MO Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe Republican 95%
MO State House 6 Tim Remole Republican 89%
MO State House 8 Jim Neely Republican 90%
MO State House 9 Sheila Solon Republican 64%
MO State House 12 Ken Wilson Republican 78%
MO State House 15 Jon Carpenter Democratic 33%
MO State House 16 Noel Shull Republican 96%
MO State House 22 Brandon Ellington Democratic 18%
MO State House 24 Judy Morgan Democratic 26%
MO State House 33 Donna Pfautsch Republican 89%
MO State House 37 Joe Runions Democratic 37%
MO State House 40 Jim Hansen Republican 90%
MO State House 48 Dave Muntzel Republican 94%
MO State House 51 Dean Dohrman Republican 98%
MO State House 53 Glen Kolkmeyer Republican 96%
MO State House 58 David Wood Republican 90%
MO State House 62 Tom Hurst Republican 91%
MO State House 63 Bryan Spencer Republican 98%
MO State House 83 Gina Mitten Democratic 30%
MO State House 86 Maria Chappelle-Nadal Democratic 50%
MO State House 93 Bob Burns Democratic 30%
MO State House 102 Ron Hicks Republican 90%
MO State House 106 Chrissy Sommer Republican 91%
MO State House 115 Elaine Gannon Republican 79%
MO State House 122 Steve Lynch Republican 96%
MO State House 124 Rocky Miller Republican 93%
MO State House 125 Warren Love Republican 93%
MO State House 130 Jeffrey Messenger Republican 91%
MO State House 131 Sonya Anderson Republican 90%
MO State House 134 Elijah Haahr Republican 72%
MO State House 140 Lynn Morris Republican 83%
MO State House 142 Robert Ross Republican 82%
MO State House 143 Jeffrey Pogue Republican 69%
MO State House 147 Kathy Swan Republican 100%
MO State House 148 Holly Rehder Republican 86%
MO State House 156 Jeffery Justus Republican 92%
MO State House 158 Scott Fitzpatrick Republican 84%
MO State Senate 1 Scott Sifton Democratic 46%
MO State Senate 3 Gary Romine Republican 89%
MO State Senate 4 Karla May Democratic 28%
MO State Senate 5 Jamilah Nasheed Democratic 44%
MO State Senate 6 Mike Bernskoetter Republican 92%
MO State Senate 7 Jason Holsman Democratic 48%
MO State Senate 8 Mike Cierpiot Republican 96%
MO State Senate 9 Shalonn Curls Democratic 41%
MO State Senate 10 Jeanie Riddle Republican 100%
MO State Senate 11 John Rizzo Democratic 35%
MO State Senate 13 Gina Walsh Democratic 52%
MO State Senate 15 Andrew Koenig Republican 78%
MO State Senate 19 Caleb Rowden Republican 80%
MO State Senate 20 Eric Burlison Republican 83%
MO State Senate 21 Denny Hoskins Republican 96%
MO State Senate 22 Paul Joseph Wieland Republican 86%
MO State Senate 24 Jill Schupp Democratic 27%
MO State Senate 25 Doug Libla Republican 95%
MO State Senate 26 Dave Schatz Republican 97%
MO State Senate 27 Wayne Wallingford Republican 85%
MO State Senate 28 Sandy Crawford Republican 100%
MO State Senate 29 David Sater Republican 94%
MO State Senate 30 Lincoln Hough Republican 95%
MO State Senate 31 Edgar Emery Republican 93%
MO State Senate 32 Bill White Republican 92%
MO State Senate 33 Mike Cunningham Republican 100%
MO Attorney General Eric Schmitt Republican 86%
MO Council Member 4 Jolie Justus Democratic 46%
MO Commissioner At-Large Ron Schieber 61%
MO County Council 4 Rochelle Walton Gray 25%
Sue Allen 93%
Ira Anders 39%
Kevin Austin 100%
Kurt Bahr 81%
Jay Barnes 66%
TJ Berry 79%
Linda Black 58%
Rick Brattin 74%
Dan Brown 95%
Wanda Brown 88%
Michael Butler 38%
Michael Colona 39%
Kathie Conway 74%
Pat Conway 43%
Steve Cookson 96%
Robert Cornejo 84%
Stanley Cox 99%
Gary Cross 95%
Courtney Curtis 24%
Paul Curtman 60%
Charlie Davis 97%
Tom Dempsey 90%
John Diehl, Jr. 96%
Bob Dixon 95%
Tony Dugger 89%
Randy Dunn 29%
Rory Ellinger 27%
Kevin Elmer 96%
Kevin Engler 98%
Keith English 53%
Vicki Englund 47%
Sue Entlicher 86%
Paul Fitzwater 91%
Tom Flanigan 92%
Dennis Fowler 64%
Lyndall Fraker 91%
Michael Frame 32%
Diane Franklin 88%
Keith Frederick 94%
Doug Funderburk 79%
Kimberly Gardner 23%
Chuck Gatschenberger 97%
Don Gosen 96%
Jeff Grisamore 63%
Casey Guernsey 84%
Marsha Haefner 92%
Kent Hampton 68%
Ben Harris 54%
Galen Higdon 76%
Dave Hinson 84%
Steve Hodges 32%
Jay Houghton 98%
Penny Hubbard 49%
Jacob Hummel 28%
Delus Johnson 87%
Caleb Jones 84%
Timothy Jones 98%
Joe Keaveny 41%
Shelley Keeney Taylor 88%
Mike Kelley 98%
Chris Kelly 34%
Jeanne Kirkton 23%
Bart Korman 88%
Michele Kratky 40%
Will Kraus 79%
Jeremy LaFaver 42%
Brad Lager 90%
Mike Lair 98%
John Lamping 91%
Bill Lant 100%
Jeanie Lauer 98%
Mike Leara 95%
Paul LeVota 45%
Donna Lichtenegger 85%
Nick Marshall 38%
John Mayfield 41%
John McCaherty 67%
Gail McCann Beatty 35%
Tom McDonald 30%
Joe McGaugh 96%
Ryan McKenna 56%
T.J. McKenna 45%
Kevin McManus 34%
Margo McNeil 31%
Sue Meredith 38%
Bonnaye Mims 31%
Chris Molendorp 67%
Genise Montecillo 33%
Brian Munzlinger 100%
Myron Neth 76%
Stacey Newman 22%
Mary Nichols 43%
Brian Nieves 89%
Charlie Norr 36%
Bill Otto 29%
Sharon Pace 26%
Mark Parkinson 82%
David Pearce 89%
Donald Phillips 87%
Tommie Pierson, Sr. 33%
Randy Pike 86%
Craig Redmon 92%
Bill Reiboldt 96%
Shawn Rhoads 90%
Ron Richard 100%
Todd Richardson 96%
Jeff Roorda 49%
Lyle Rowland 88%
Scott Rupp 71%
Robert Schaaf 85%
Kurt Schaefer 77%
Dwight Scharnhorst 91%
Ed Schieffer 52%
Lindell Shumake 98%
Ryan Silvey 95%
Clem Smith 20%
Rick Stream 84%
Jay Swearingen 37%
Mike Thomson 93%
Noel Torpey 70%
Nate Walker 93%
Jay Wasson 100%
Steve Webb 34%
Stephen Webber 31%
John Wright 29%
Anne Zerr 76%

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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