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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Colorado AFL-CIO

2011 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office District Name Party Rating
CO State Senate 1 Jerry Sonnenberg Republican 29%
CO Commissioner 1 Libby Szabo Republican 42%
CO State Senate 2 Kevin Grantham Republican 32%
CO Commissioner 2 Mark Waller 28%
CO Council Member 3 Keith King Republican 44%
CO State House 4 Daniel Pabon Democratic 100%
CO State House 5 Crisanta Duran Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 6 Don Coram Republican 36%
CO State Senate 7 Ray Scott Republican 42%
CO State Senate 8 Randy Baumgardner Republican 32%
CO State Senate 9 Kent Lambert Republican 40%
CO State Senate 12 Bob Gardner Republican 37%
CO State Senate 14 John Kefalas Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 15 Kevin Lundberg Republican 39%
CO State House 16 Larry Liston Republican 36%
CO State Senate 17 Matt Jones Democratic 100%
CO State House 18 Pete Lee Democratic 94%
CO State Senate 20 Cheri Jahn Democratic 94%
CO State Senate 22 Andy Kerr Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 25 Kevin Priola Republican 42%
CO State Senate 26 Daniel Kagan Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 28 Nancy Todd Democratic 96%
CO State Senate 29 Rhonda Fields Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 30 Chris Holbert Republican 39%
CO State Senate 31 Lois Court Democratic 91%
CO State Senate 32 Irene Aguilar Democratic 96%
CO State Senate 33 Angela Williams Democratic 100%
CO State Senate 34 Lucia Guzman Democratic 100%
CO State House 61 Millie Hamner Democratic 100%
CO State House 65 Jon Becker Republican 35%
CO Commissioner At-Large Deb Gardner No Party Affiliation 100%
Cindy Acree 35%
Bob Bacon 100%
David Balmer 39%
Mark Barker 36%
Donald Beezley 27%
Betty Boyd 100%
Laura Bradford 41%
Greg Brophy 50%
J. Brown 42%
Bill Cadman 29%
Morgan Carroll 100%
Edward Casso 80%
Kathleen Conti 40%
Brian DelGrosso 32%
Mark Ferrandino 88%
Randy Fischer 100%
Joyce Foster 100%
Cheri Gerou 50%
Angela Giron 100%
Ted Harvey 44%
Rollie Heath II 100%
Mary Hodge 100%
Evie Hudak 100%
Dickey Lee Hullinghorst 100%
Mike Johnston 100%
Janak Joshi 35%
James Kerr 35%
Steven King 44%
Mike Kopp 38%
Jeanne Labuda 89%
Claire Levy 96%
Marsha Looper 42%
Thomas Massey, Jr. 45%
Beth McCann 94%
Wes McKinley 79%
Frank McNulty 47%
Joe Miklosi 100%
Shawn Mitchell 44%
John Morse 100%
Carole Murray 45%
Linda Newell 100%
Jeanne Nicholson 100%
B.J. Nikkel 37%
Sal Pace 100%
Cherylin Peniston 100%
Robert Ramirez 48%
Scott Renfroe 44%
James Riesberg 88%
Ellen Roberts 48%
Su Ryden 100%
Sue Schafer 79%
Mark Scheffel 39%
Gail Schwartz 100%
Brandon Shaffer 100%
Judy Solano 100%
John Soper 88%
Nancy Spence 50%
Pat Steadman 93%
Amy Stephens 47%
Kenneth Guy Summers 45%
Spencer Swalm 39%
Keith Swerdfeger 41%
Lois Tochtrop 100%
Max Tyler 100%
Glenn Vaad 42%
Ed Vigil 100%
Jean White 68%
Suzanne Williams 100%
Roger Wilson 100%

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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