State Office Name Party Rating
LA Governor John Bel Edwards D 38%
LA State House-1 James Morris R 100%
LA State House-3 Barbara Norton D 50%
LA State House-6 Thomas Carmody, Jr. R 89%
LA State House-15 Frank Hoffmann R 67%
LA State House-18 Major Thibaut, Jr. D 78%
LA State House-19 Bubba Chaney R 78%
LA State House-21 Andy Anders D 44%
LA State House-24 Frank Howard R 63%
LA State House-27 Chris Hazel R 88%
LA State House-28 Robert Johnson D 25%
LA State House-30 James Armes III D 57%
LA State House-31 Nancy Landry R 67%
LA State House-32 Dorothy Hill D 63%
LA State House-33 Michael Danahay D 89%
LA State House-34 Albert Franklin D 71%
LA State House-37 John Guinn R 67%
LA State House-38 Bernard LeBas D 50%
LA State House-48 Taylor Barras D 78%
LA State House-50 Sam Jones D 38%
LA State House-54 Jerry Gisclair D 89%
LA State House-55 Jerome Richard I 100%
LA State House-67 Patricia Smith D 38%
LA State House-68 Steve Carter R 89%
LA State House-70 Franklin Foil R 88%
LA State House-71 J. Rogers Pope R 67%
LA State House-73 Stephen Pugh R 78%
LA State House-74 Scott Simon R 89%
LA State House-76 Kevin Pearson R 100%
LA State House-78 Kirk Talbot R 89%
LA State House-82 Cameron Henry, Jr. R 89%
LA State House-83 Robert Billiot D 57%
LA State House-84 Patrick Connick R 78%
LA State House-90 Greg Cromer R 100%
LA State House-91 Walt Leger III D 50%
LA State House-93 Helena Moreno D 67%
LA State House-98 Neil Abramson D 100%
LA State Senate-3 Jean-Paul Morrell D 40%
LA State Senate-5 Karen Peterson D 0%
LA State Senate-6 Bodi White, Jr. R 71%
LA State Senate-8 John Alario, Jr. R 88%
LA State Senate-9 Conrad Appel III R 100%
LA State Senate-10 Daniel Martiny R 75%
LA State Senate-11 Jack Donahue, Jr. R 100%
LA State Senate-13 Dale Erdey R 50%
LA State Senate-14 Yvonne Colomb D 14%
LA State Senate-15 Regina Barrow D 29%
LA State Senate-16 Dan Claitor R 75%
LA State Senate-18 Eddie Lambert R 100%
LA State Senate-19 Gary Smith, Jr. D 67%
LA State Senate-20 Norby Chabert R 57%
LA State Senate-23 Page Cortez R 89%
LA State Senate-25 Dan Morrish R 86%
LA State Senate-28 Eric LaFleur D 86%
LA State Senate-30 John Smith R 88%
LA State Senate-31 Gerald Long R 83%
LA State Senate-32 Neil Riser R 88%
LA State Senate-33 Michael Walsworth R 88%
LA State Senate-34 Francis Thompson D 63%
LA State Senate-35 James Fannin R 67%
LA Council Member-1 Ricky Templet 88%
LA Council Member-D Jared Brossett 11%
LA Council Member-D Jared Brossett D 11%
LA Mayor President-At-Large Sharon Broome D 50%
LA Mayor President-At-Large Joel Robideaux R 86%
Robert Adley 88%
Jody Amedee 75%
Jeff Arnold 89%
Elton Aubert 50%
Austin Badon, Jr. 0%
Bobby Badon 71%
Damon Baldone 89%
Sherri Buffington 75%
Richard Burford 78%
Henry Burns 100%
Tim Burns 100%
Roy Burrell 33%
Joel Chaisson II 60%
Simone Champagne 100%
Billy Chandler 67%
A. Crowe, Jr. 75%
Herbert Dixon 50%
Jean Doerge 63%
Gordon Dove, Sr. 83%
Hollis Downs 88%
Noble Ellington 71%
Richard Gallot, Jr. 29%
Butch Gautreaux 67%
Brett Geymann 100%
Hunter Greene 78%
Elbert Guillory 71%
Mickey Guillory 100%
Rickey Hardy 50%
Joe Harrison 60%
Walker Hines 75%
Dalton Honoré 100%
Nita Hutter 63%
Girod Jackson III 38%
Lydia Jackson 33%
Michael Jackson 29%
Rosalind Jones 33%
Kay Katz 89%
Charles Kleckley 88%
Robert Kostelka 75%
John LaBruzzo, Jr. 100%
Anthony Ligi, Jr. 89%
Samuel Little 89%
Joseph Lopinto III 88%
Nick Lorusso 89%
Robert Marionneaux, Jr. 20%
Thomas McVea 89%
Michael Michot 67%
Nickie Monica 89%
Lyell Montgomery 75%
Jack Montoucet 25%
Willie Mount 88%
Edwin Murray 0%
Ben Nevers, Sr. 71%
Rickey Nowlin 78%
Erich Ponti 83%
Julie Quinn 83%
Clifton Richardson 78%
Harold Ritchie 56%
Chris Roy, Jr. 50%
John Schroder, Sr. 88%
B.L. Shaw 57%
M. J. Smiley, Jr. 78%
Jane Smith 100%
Karen St Germain 29%
Charmaine Stiaes 29%
Jim Tucker 100%
Patrick Williams 25%
Thomas Willmott 38%
Ernest Wooton 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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