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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Georgia Conservation Voters

2005-2006 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
GA U.S. House 1 Buddy Carter Republican 40%
GA U.S. House 8 Austin Scott Republican 40%
GA U.S. House 11 Barry Loudermilk Republican 20%
GA U.S. House 14 Tom Graves, Jr. Republican 20%
GA Governor Brian Kemp Republican 47%
GA State House 7 David Ralston Republican 40%
GA State House 31 Tommy Benton Republican 50%
GA State House 32 Alan Powell Republican 70%
GA State House 33 Tom McCall Republican 22%
GA State House 35 Ed Setzler Republican 38%
GA State House 43 Sharon Cooper Republican 70%
GA State House 44 Don Parsons Republican 33%
GA State House 45 Matt Dollar Republican 56%
GA State House 47 Jan Jones Republican 40%
GA State House 49 Chuck Martin, Jr. Republican 50%
GA State House 53 Sheila Jones Democratic 90%
GA State House 56 Mable Thomas Democratic 100%
GA State House 57 Pat Gardner Democratic 100%
GA State House 61 Roger Bruce Democratic 89%
GA State House 65 Sharon Beasley-Teague Democratic 100%
GA State House 70 Lynn Smith Republican 30%
GA State House 82 Mary Margaret Oliver Democratic 100%
GA State House 85 Karla Drenner Democratic 88%
GA State House 86 Michele Henson Democratic 89%
GA State House 88 Billy Mitchell Democratic 86%
GA State House 90 Pam Stephenson Democratic 75%
GA State House 96 Pete Marin Democratic 67%
GA State House 116 Terry England Republican 40%
GA State House 121 Barry Fleming Republican 30%
GA State House 130 David Knight Republican 30%
GA State House 133 Vance Smith, Jr. Republican 20%
GA State House 134 Richard Smith Republican 20%
GA State House 135 Calvin Smyre Democratic 63%
GA State House 136 Carolyn Hugley Democratic 80%
GA State House 137 Debbie Buckner Democratic 80%
GA State House 138 Mike Cheokas Republican 33%
GA State House 151 Gerald Greene Republican 33%
GA State House 152 Ed Rynders Republican 44%
GA State House 154 Winfred Dukes Democratic 75%
GA State House 156 Greg Morris Republican 22%
GA State House 158 Butch Parrish Republican 44%
GA State House 159 Jon Burns Republican 50%
GA State House 164 Ron Stephens Republican 20%
GA State House 168 Al Williams Democratic 70%
GA State House 170 Penny Houston Republican 70%
GA State Senate 2 Lester Jackson III Democratic 78%
GA State Senate 4 Jack Hill Republican 50%
GA State Senate 8 Ellis Black Republican 50%
GA State Senate 10 Emanuel Jones Democratic 77%
GA State Senate 12 Freddie Sims Democratic 60%
GA State Senate 15 Ed Harbison Democratic 79%
GA State Senate 26 David Lucas, Sr. Democratic 71%
GA State Senate 31 William Heath, Jr. Republican 50%
GA State Senate 34 Valencia Seay Democratic 86%
GA State Senate 36 Nan Orrock Democratic 100%
GA State Senate 38 Horacena Tate Democratic 93%
GA State Senate 41 Steve Henson Democratic 80%
GA State Senate 45 Renee Unterman Republican 64%
GA State Senate 53 Jeff Mullis Republican 43%
GA State Senate 55 Gloria Butler Democratic 80%
GA Mayor At-Large Steve Tumlin No Party Affiliation 50%
GA Commissioner 1 John Douglas 53%
GA Chairman At-Large Helen Hudson 63%
Roberta Abdul-Salaam 100%
David Adelman 100%
Amos Amerson 50%
Alberta Anderson 100%
Kathy Ashe 100%
Don Balfour 54%
Terry Barnard 40%
Mike Barnes 29%
Timothy Bearden 70%
Stephanie Benfield 100%
Tom Bordeaux 100%
Ron Borders 44%
Ben Bridges, Sr. 20%
Tyrone Brooks, Sr. 90%
Jeff Brown 30%
Robert Brown, Jr. 92%
Bob Bryant 70%
Gail Buckner 67%
John Bulloch, Jr. 42%
Mark Burkhalter 33%
Sue Burmeister 33%
Mark Butler 40%
Charlice Byrd 67%
Casey Cagle 50%
Joseph Carter 36%
David Casas 44%
Jill Chambers 56%
Ronnie Chance 50%
Mickey Channell, Jr. 40%
Jeff Chapman 54%
Michael Coan 29%
Jim Cole 30%
Brooks Coleman, Jr. 33%
Terry Coleman 50%
Clay Cox 30%
Mack Crawford 50%
Bill Cummings 38%
Steve Davis 30%
Burke Day 50%
Douglas Dean 86%
Tom Dickson 30%
Ron Dodson 25%
Earl Ehrhart 30%
Melvin Everson 40%
Hugh Floyd 56%
Johnny Wilson Floyd 33%
Virgil Fludd 70%
Ronald Forster 20%
Vincent Fort 92%
Bobby Franklin 20%
Allen Freeman 43%
Harry Geisinger 44%
Greg Goggans 50%
Tim Golden 64%
Rich Golick 70%
Johnny Grant 54%
David Baugh Graves 20%
Bill Hamrick III 67%
Bob Hanner 40%
Ben Harbin 43%
Seth Harp 73%
Mark Hatfield 70%
John Heard 22%
Keith Heard 60%
Joe Heckstall 80%
Bill Hembree 40%
Calvin Hill 60%
Cecily Hill 30%
Judson Hill 53%
Bob Holmes 100%
Doug Holt 56%
George Hooks 46%
Billy Horne 30%
Earnestine Howard 70%
Ralph Hudgens 54%
Mike Jacobs 100%
Lynmore James 60%
Jeanette Jamieson 90%
Charles Jenkins 33%
Paul Jennings 83%
Eric Johnson 45%
Terry Johnson 63%
Darryl Jordan 100%
Jerry Keen 22%
Mike Keown 40%
Jane Kidd 80%
Tom Knox 40%
Dan Lakly 50%
Bob Lane 50%
Roger Lane 44%
Jeff Lewis 20%
Ed Lindsey, Jr. 50%
Jimmy Lord 44%
John Lunsford 25%
Gene Maddox 20%
Randal Mangham 100%
Judy Manning 40%
Howard Maxwell 22%
Jeff May 20%
Jo Ann McClinton 67%
John Meadows III 44%
Michael Meyer von Bremen 53%
Steen Miles 79%
Fran Millar 50%
James Mills 38%
Dan Moody 60%
Alisha Morgan 100%
Howard Mosby 78%
Hinson Mosley ]40%
Robert Mumford 63%
Jack Murphy 22%
Quincy Murphy 60%
Jay Neal 13%
Larry O'Neal, Jr. 43%
Bobby Eugene Parham 50%
Chip Pearson 53%
DuBose Porter 70%
J.B. Powell 43%
Nikki Randall 80%
Robert Ray 33%
Barbara Reece 44%
Stacey Reece 20%
Kasim Reed 87%
Bobby Reese 30%
Tom Rice 33%
Jay Roberts 20%
Carl Rogers 30%
Chip Rogers 57%
A. Richard Royal 30%
Ron Sailor 89%
Nancy Schaefer 50%
Chuck Scheid III 38%
Martin Scott 20%
Mitch Seabaugh 50%
David Shafer 57%
Jason Shaw 56%
Donna Sheldon 33%

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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