Rating Group: Wisconsin Professional Police Association

2009-2010 Positions on Workplace Rights

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
WI U.S. House-2 Mark Pocan D 56%
WI U.S. House-6 Glenn Grothman R 30%
WI State Assembly-6 Gary Tauchen R 46%
WI State Assembly-9 Josh Zepnick D 85%
WI State Assembly-11 Jason Fields D 44%
WI State Assembly-12 Frederick Kessler D 57%
WI State Assembly-16 Leon Young D 58%
WI State Assembly-20 Christine Sinicki D 81%
WI State Assembly-23 Jim Ott R 39%
WI State Assembly-24 Dan Knodl R 43%
WI State Assembly-36 Jeffrey Mursau R 76%
WI State Assembly-38 Joel Kleefisch R 55%
WI State Assembly-40 Kevin Petersen R 57%
WI State Assembly-41 Joan Ballweg R 55%
WI State Assembly-42 Keith Ripp R 50%
WI State Assembly-46 Gary Hebl D 50%
WI State Assembly-50 Ed Brooks R 80%
WI State Assembly-54 Gordon Hintz D 48%
WI State Assembly-61 Samantha Kerkman R 72%
WI State Assembly-63 Robin Vos R 40%
WI State Assembly-64 Peter Barca D 52%
WI State Assembly-66 Cory Mason D 65%
WI State Assembly-73 Nick Milroy D 58%
WI State Assembly-77 Terese Berceau D 95%
WI State Assembly-80 Sondy Pope D 71%
WI State Assembly-89 John Nygren R 51%
WI State Assembly-96 Lee Nerison R 67%
WI State Senate-2 Robert Cowles R 41%
WI State Senate-3 Timothy Carpenter D 76%
WI State Senate-4 Lena Taylor D 95%
WI State Senate-5 Leah Vukmir R 33%
WI State Senate-8 Alberta Darling R 55%
WI State Senate-10 Sheila Harsdorf R 68%
WI State Senate-11 Stephen Nass R 51%
WI State Senate-13 Scott Fitzgerald R 51%
WI State Senate-14 Luther Olsen R 70%
WI State Senate-16 Mark Miller D 46%
WI State Senate-19 Roger Roth, Jr. R 42%
WI State Senate-22 Bob Wirch D 88%
WI State Senate-26 Fred Risser D 48%
WI State Senate-27 Jon Erpenbach D 77%
WI State Senate-29 Jerry Petrowski R 49%
WI State Senate-30 Dave Hansen D 100%
WI State Senate-31 Kathleen Vinehout D 55%
WI State Senate-32 Jennifer Shilling D 52%
WI Supervisor-17 Tony Staskunas 92%
Chuck Benedict 65%
Penny Bernard Schaber 54%
Garey Bies 83%
Spencer Black 52%
Fred Clark 62%
G. Spencer Coggs 88%
Pedro Colon 58%
David Cullen 63%
Chris Danou 78%
Brett Davis 40%
Russell Decker 43%
Kristen Dexter 55%
Michael Ellis 41%
Jeff Fitzgerald 41%
Donald Friske 68%
Phil Garthwaite 47%
Mark Gottlieb 26%
Tamara Grigsby 52%
Scott Gunderson 52%
Mark Gundrum 52%
Steve Hilgenberg 46%
Kim Hixson 54%
Jim Holperin 60%
Mark Honadel 47%
Randy Hopper 82%
Ann Hraychuck 100%
Mary Hubler 56%
Michael Huebsch 43%
Robert Jauch 41%
Andy Jorgensen 80%
Theodore Kanavas 39%
Dan Kapanke 58%
Dean Kaufert 45%
Neal Kedzie 52%
Steven Kestell 52%
Bill Kramer 57%
Pat Kreitlow 49%
Margaret Krusick 58%
Alan Lasee 49%
Julie Lassa 61%
Mary Lazich 23%
John Lehman 92%
Joseph Leibham 45%
Daniel LeMahieu 61%
Thomas Lothian 40%
Dan Meyer 54%
Louis Molepske, Jr. 58%
Phil Montgomery 57%
John Murtha 43%
Tom Nelson 48%
Scott Newcomer 46%
Alvin Ott 71%
Joseph Parisi 71%
Sandra Pasch 72%
Jeffrey Plale 71%
Don Pridemore 50%
Mark Radcliffe 38%
Kitty Rhoades 55%
Jon Richards 61%
Judith Robson 49%
Kelda Roys 47%
Marlin Schneider 32%
Dale Schultz 72%
Donna Seidel 59%
Mike Sheridan 48%
Jeffrey Smith 67%
James Soletski 85%
Richard Spanbauer 71%
John Steinbrink 58%
Jeffrey Stone 33%
Pat Strachota 34%
Scott Suder 58%
Jim Sullivan 86%
Barbara Toles 62%
John Townsend 55%
Robert Turner 94%
Terry Van Akkeren 67%
Karl Van Roy 62%
Amy Vruwink 65%
Annette Williams 48%
Mary Williams 49%
Jeffrey Wood 46%
Robert Ziegelbauer 40%
Ted Zigmunt 59%
Rich Zipperer 40%

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