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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Utah Education Association

2008 Positions on Public Education Teaching Profession Issues

Issues: Education
State Office District Name Party Rating
UT State House 5 Curt Webb Republican 50
UT State House 8 Gage Froerer Republican 70
UT State House 13 Paul Ray Republican 50
UT State House 24 Rebecca Chavez-Houck Democratic 100
UT State House 35 Mark Wheatley Democratic 92
UT State House 38 Eric Hutchings Republican 70
UT State House 39 James Dunnigan Republican 100
UT State House 40 Lynn Hemingway Democratic 100
UT State House 51 Gregory Hughes Republican 33
UT State House 60 Brad Daw Republican 36
UT State House 61 Keith Grover Republican 55
UT State House 71 Bradley Last Republican 64
UT State House 73 Michael Noel Republican 36
UT State Senate 3 Gene Davis Democratic 100
UT State Senate 5 Karen Mayne Democratic 100
UT State Senate 6 Wayne Harper Republican 50
UT State Senate 9 Wayne Niederhauser Republican 44
UT State Senate 11 Howard Stephenson Republican 30
UT State Senate 15 Margaret Dayton Republican 11
UT State Senate 16 Curt Bramble Republican 30
UT State Senate 17 Peter Knudson Republican 44
UT State Senate 19 Allen Christensen Republican 50
UT State Senate 25 Lyle Hillyard Republican 50
UT State Senate 26 Kevin Van Tassell Republican 87
UT Auditor John Dougall Republican 36
UT Chairman of the Tax Commission John Valentine 43
UT Mayor At-Large Ron Bigelow 44
UT Mayor Jackie Biskupski Democratic 100
UT Commissioner At-Large Kerry Gibson Republican 57
Doug Aagard 73
Sheryl Allen 91
Sylvia Andersen 36
Roger Barrus 82
Gregory Bell 56
Jim Bird 100
DeMar Bowman 80
Melvin Brown 90
D. Chris Buttars 57
David Clark 50
Stephen Clark 40
Tim Cosgrove 100
Greg Curtis 44
Brad Dee 60
Mike Dmitrich 100
Glenn Donnelson, Jr. 27
Jack Draxler 55
Carl Duckworth 87
Dan Eastman 44
Ben Ferry 60
Fred Fife III 78
Janice Fisher 100
Julie Fisher 73
Lorie Fowlke 67
Craig Frank 36
Kevin Garn 45
Brent Goodfellow 100
James Gowans 79
Richard Greenwood 64
Jon Greiner 78
Neil Hansen 91
Neal Hendrickson 90
Christopher Herrod 33
John Hickman 40
Kory Holdaway 93
Fred Hunsaker 82
Scott Jenkins 44
Christine Johnson 100
Patricia Jones 78
Sheldon Killpack 50
Brad King 90
Todd Kiser 55
David Litvack 100
Becky Lockhart 27
Mark Madsen 22
Steven Mascaro 89
John Mathis 80
Scott McCoy 100
Rosalind McGee 100
Kay McIff 91
Ronda Menlove 73
Karen Morgan 100
Michael Morley 14
Paul Neuenschwander 82
Merlynn Newbold 38
Curtis Oda 27
Patrick Painter 37
Darin Peterson 45
Phil Riesen 100
Ross Romero 100
Stephen Sandstrom 60
Jennifer Seelig 100
LaWanna Shurtliff 100
Gordon Snow 73
Carol Spackman Moss 100
Dennis Stowell 44
Kenneth Sumsion 31
Aaron Tilton 11
Stephen Urquhart 33
Michael Waddoups 44
Carlene Walker 50
Mark Walker 43
Larry Wiley 100
Carl Wimmer 22
Bradley Winn 56

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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