Rating Group: Wisconsin Farm Bureau

1995-1996 Positions on Agriculture

State Office Name Party Rating
WI U.S. House-4 Gwen Moore D 25
WI U.S. House-6 Glenn Grothman R 95
WI Governor Scott Walker R 95
WI State Assembly-16 Leon Young D 40
WI State Senate-1 Frank Lasee R 95
WI State Senate-2 Robert Cowles R 95
WI State Senate-3 Timothy Carpenter D 40
WI State Senate-8 Alberta Darling R 80
WI State Senate-11 Stephen Nass R 95
WI State Senate-13 Scott Fitzgerald R 95
WI State Senate-14 Luther Olsen R 100
WI State Senate-22 Bob Wirch D 38
WI State Senate-26 Fred Risser D 15
WI Supervisor-16 John Ainsworth 100
Sheryl Albers 100
James Baumgart 40
Spencer Black 45
Peter Bock 40
Frank Boyle 40
David Brandemuehl 100
Roger Breske 65
Brian Burke 5
Charles Chvala 30
Alice Clausing 35
G. Spencer Coggs 40
David Cullen 40
Russell Decker 25
Gary Francis Drzewiecki 95
Marc Duff 95
Michael Ellis 80
Margaret Farrow 85
Steven Foti 90
Stephen Freese 100
John Gard 95
Gary George 20
Robert Goetsch 95
Barbara Gronemus 75
Scott Gunderson 95
Eugene Hahn 100
Joe Handrick 70
Donald Hasenohrl 70
Timothy Hoven 95
Gregory Huber 58
Mary Hubler 70
Michael Huebsch 95
Joanne Huelsman 95
David Hutchison 100
Robert Jauch 30
Scott Richard Jensen 90
DuWayne Johnsrud 100
Dean Kaufert 85
Carol Kelso 85
Judith Klusman 100
Robin Kreibich 100
James Kreuser 48
Shirley Krug 40
Margaret Krusick 40
Bonnie Ladwig 92
John La Fave 50
Alan Lasee 100
Mary Lazich 85
Michael Lehman 100
Mark Meyer 70
Rodney Moen 35
Johnnie Morris 40
Terry Musser 100
Alvin Ott 100
Carol Owens 100
Mary Panzer 100
Kimberly Plache 45
Cloyd Porter 100
Michael Powers 100
Martin Reynolds 63
Antonio Riley 40
Judith Robson 43
Peggy Rosenzweig 80
Brian Rude 95
John Joseph Ryba 45
Marlin Schneider 42
Dale Schultz 100
Lorraine Seratti 100
Rick Skindrud 90
David Travis 30
Robert Turner 60
Gregg Underheim 85
Frank Urban 90
Daniel Vrakas 95
David Ward 100
Sheldon Wasserman 55
Annette Williams 75
Wayne Wood 60
Robert Ziegelbauer 53
David Zien 100

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