Rating Group: Colorado Humane Voters League

2003 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
CO U.S. House-5 Doug Lamborn R 100%
CO State Senate-11 Michael Merrifield D 100%
CO State Senate-15 Kevin Lundberg R 40%
CO State Senate-20 Cheri Jahn D 67%
CO Council Member-1 Rafael Espinoza 67%
CO Council Member-3 Keith King R 80%
CO Council Member-Ward 1 Ramey Johnson N/A 73%
CO Commissioner-2 Steve Johnson 67%
CO Commissioner-2 Liane McFadyen 80%
Norma Anderson 60%
John Andrews 80%
Ken Arnold 33%
Gayle Berry 83%
Alice Borodkin 100%
Betty Boyd 67%
Bob Briggs 60%
Greg Brophy 73%
Dorothy Butcher 67%
Bill Cadman 80%
Bruce Cairns 67%
Terrance Carroll 100%
Michael Cerbo 80%
Ken Chlouber 45%
Lauri Clapp 80%
Mark Alan Cloer 100%
Fran Coleman 80%
Bill Crane 80%
Richard Decker 60%
F. Jim Dyer 67%
Lewis Entz 70%
John Evans 50%
Rob Fairbank 71%
Joan Fitz-Gerald 80%
K. Jerry Frangas 80%
Timothy Fritz 67%
Michael Garcia 71%
Kenneth Marshall Gordon 83%
Peter Groff 75%
Daniel Grossman 91%
Bob Hagedorn 67%
Dale Hall 67%
Deanna Hanna 80%
Ted Harvey 55%
Lynn Christian Hefley 80%
Mark Hillman 73%
Mary Hodge 83%
Diane Hoppe 69%
James Isgar 70%
Ed Jones 29%
Joel Judd 100%
Maryanne Keller 80%
Kenneth Kester 50%
Mark Larson 80%
Don Lee 50%
Alice Madden 100%
Rosemary Marshall 67%
Michael May 50%
Ronny May 60%
Bob McCluskey, Jr. 67%
Andrew McElhany 57%
Carl Miller 67%
Shawn Mitchell 80%
Alice Nichol 75%
David Owen 83%
Angie Paccione 80%
Terry Phillips 63%
Tom Plant 83%
John Pommer 80%
Ann Ragsdale 80%
Peggy Reeves 80%
Pamela Rhodes 80%
Gregg Rippy 67%
Andrew Romanoff 100%
Raymond Rose 67%
John Salazar 64%
David Schultheis 80%
William Sinclair 80%
Matt Smith 100%
Nancy Spence 75%
Lola Spradley 80%
Debbie Stafford 80%
Joseph Stengel, Jr. 67%
Stephanie Takis 67%
Abel Tapia 70%
Jack Taylor 64%
Ronald Teck 67%
Lois Tochtrop 92%
Ron Tupa 83%
Jennifer Veiga 80%
Valentin Vigil 67%
Frank Weddig 100%
Paul Weissmann 83%
Albert White 100%
Tom Wiens 70%
Suzanne Williams 100%
Tambor Williams 83%
Sue Windels 60%
John Witwer 83%
Bradley Young 80%

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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