Rating Group: Citizens for Limited Taxation and Government

2001 Positions

Issues: Conservative , Taxes
State Office Name Party Rating
MA Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito R 90%
MA State House-Fifth Bristol Patricia Haddad D 10%
MA State House-Tenth Bristol William Straus D 30%
MA State House-Eleventh Bristol Robert Koczera D 20%
MA State House-Thirteenth Bristol Antonio Cabral D 20%
MA State House-Fourteenth Bristol Elizabeth Poirier R 90%
MA State House-Third Essex Brian Dempsey D 21%
MA State House-Fourth Essex Bradford Hill R 100%
MA State House-Thirteenth Essex Theodore Speliotis D 40%
MA State House-First Franklin Stephen Kulik D 40%
MA State House-Seventh Hampden Thomas Petrolati D 20%
MA State House-Eighth Hampden Joseph Wagner D 21%
MA State House-Fifth Middlesex David Linsky D 30%
MA State House-Ninth Middlesex Thomas Stanley D 11%
MA State House-Eleventh Middlesex Kay Khan D 30%
MA State House-Twelfth Middlesex Ruth Balser D 30%
MA State House-Fourteenth Middlesex Cory Atkins D 10%
MA State House-Fifteenth Middlesex Jay Kaufman D 27%
MA State House-Sixteenth Middlesex Thomas Golden, Jr. D 50%
MA State House-Seventeenth Middlesex David Nangle D 30%
MA State House-Nineteenth Middlesex James Miceli D 21%
MA State House-Twentieth Middlesex Brad Jones, Jr. R 90%
MA State House-Thirty-Fifth Middlesex Paul Donato, Sr. D 20%
MA State House-Thirty-Sixth Middlesex Colleen Garry D 23%
MA State House-First Norfolk Bruce Ayers D 34%
MA State House-Third Norfolk Ronald Mariano D 20%
MA State House-Fourth Norfolk James Murphy D 33%
MA State House-Sixth Norfolk William Galvin D 40%
MA State House-Eighth Norfolk Louis Kafka D 20%
MA State House-Twelfth Norfolk John Rogers D 21%
MA State House-Fifteenth Norfolk Frank Smizik D 30%
MA State House-Ninth Suffolk Byron Rushing D 20%
MA State House-Eleventh Suffolk Elizabeth Malia D 11%
MA State House-Fourteenth Suffolk Angelo Scaccia D 30%
MA State House-Seventeenth Suffolk Kevin Honan D 10%
MA State House-Nineteenth Suffolk Robert DeLeo D 20%
MA State House-Seventh Worcester Paul Frost R 90%
MA State House-Twelfth Worcester Harold Naughton, Jr. D 21%
MA State Senate-First Bristol and Plymouth Michael Rodrigues D 20%
MA State Senate-Second Bristol and Plymouth Mark Montigny D 14%
MA State Senate-Third Essex Thomas McGee D 32%
MA State Senate-First Essex and Middlesex Bruce Tarr R 86%
MA State Senate-Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester Stan Rosenberg D 14%
MA State Senate-Second Middlesex Pat Jehlen D 30%
MA State Senate-First Middlesex and Norfolk Cindy Creem D 14%
MA State Senate-Second Middlesex and Norfolk Karen Spilka D 33%
MA State Senate-Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth Walter Timilty D 40%
MA State Senate-Plymouth and Barnstable Vinny deMacedo R 90%
MA State Senate-First Plymouth and Bristol Marc Pacheco D 14%
MA State Senate-First Worcester Harriette Chandler D 14%
MA State Senate-Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex Anne Gobi D 33%
MA Mayor-At-Large Michael Cahill 30%
MA Mayor-At-Large Martin Walsh D 11%
MA Council Member-At-Large Tim Toomey, Jr. 10%
MA Councilor-At-Large Thomas Stanley 11%
Robert Antonioni 14%
Christopher Asselin 21%
Demetrius Atsalis 30%
Jarrett Barrios 20%
Frederick Berry 14%
John Binienda, Sr. 10%
Deborah Blumer 20%
Daniel Bosley 20%
Garrett Bradley 40%
Stephen Brewer 14%
Arthur Broadhurst, Jr. 30%
Scott Brown 100%
David Bunker 30%
Stephen Buoniconti 20%
Christine Canavan 30%
Gale Candaras 20%
Paul Caron 20%
Paul Casey 30%
Vincent Paul Ciampa 21%
Carol Cleven 70%
Cheryl Coakley-Rivera 20%
Edward Connolly 30%
Michael Coppola 90%
Robert Correia 21%
Geraldine Creedon 40%
Robert Creedon, Jr. 14%
Paul Demakis 30%
Salvatore DiMasi 20%
David Donnelly 10%
Carol Donovan 30%
James Fagan 30%
Christopher Fallon 20%
Mark Falzone 20%
Susan Fargo 14%
Robert Fennell 10%
Michael Festa 23%
Barry Finegold 60%
Thomas Finneran 12%
Kevin Fitzgerald 10%
Nancy Flavin 20%
David Flynn 30%
Gloria Fox 20%
John Fresolo 30%
Thomas George 90%
Guy Glodis 29%
Emile Goguen 20%
Brian Golden 11%
Shirley Gomes 90%
William Greene, Jr. 20%
Cele Hahn 80%
Geoffrey Hall 20%
Robert Hargraves 100%
Lida Harkins 21%
Robert Havern III 17%
Robert Hedlund, Jr. 100%
Reed Hillman 80%
Christopher Hodgkins 20%
Frank Hynes 56%
Cheryl Ann Jacques 14%
Brian Joyce 29%
Michael Kane 20%
Rachel Kaprielian 20%
Daniel Keenan 30%
Shaun Kelly 80%
Thomas Kennedy 24%
Michael Knapik 71%
Brian Knuuttila 20%
Peter Koutoujian 21%
Paul Kujawski 20%
Peter Larkin 11%
James Leary 20%
Stephen LeDuc 40%
Brian Lees 71%
John Lepper 90%
Maryanne Lewis 20%
John Locke 90%
Paul Loscocco 90%
David Magnani 0%
Francis Marini 90%
J. James Marzilli, Jr. 32%
Linda Melconian 14%
Joan Menard 14%
John Merrigan 40%
Richard Moore 29%
Michael Morrissey 0%
Charles Murphy 30%
Kevin Murphy 30%
Therese Murray 14%
Andrea Nuciforo, Jr. 0%
Robert Nyman 30%
Thomas O'Brien 30%
Eugene O'Flaherty 21%
Robert O'Leary 14%
Shirley Owens-Hicks 11%
Steven Panagiotakos 14%
Marie Parente 32%
Matthew Patrick 30%
Anne Marie Paulsen 30%
Vincent Pedone 10%
Douglas Petersen 40%
George Peterson, Jr. 90%
Anthony Petruccelli 20%
Susan Pope 90%
Ruth Provost 40%
John Quinn 20%
Kathi-Anne Reinstein 10%
Pamela Resor 14%
Mary Rogeness 80%
George Rogers 30%
J. Michael Ruane 21%
Jose Santiago 21%
Charles Shannon, Jr. 14%
Mary Jane Simmons 20%
John Slattery 40%
Robert Spellane 20%
Jo Ann Sprague 86%
Harriett Stanley 34%
Marie St. Fleur 11%
Ellen Story 30%
David Sullivan 20%
Joseph Sullivan 40%
Benjamin Swan, Sr. 20%
Kathleen Teahan 30%
Paul Tirone 10%
Richard Tisei 43%
Stephen Tobin 30%
Steven Tolman 15%
David Torrisi 45%
Robert Travaglini 0%
Philip Travis 60%
Susan Tucker 29%
Eric Turkington 30%
Jim Vallee 30%
Anthony Verga 34%
Patricia Walrath 20%
Marian Walsh 29%
Dianne Wilkerson 14%
Alice Wolf 20%

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