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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2004 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
KS U.S. House 3 Kevin Yoder Republican 92%
KS State House 6 Jene Vickrey Republican 67%
KS State House 18 Cindy Neighbor Democratic 90%
KS State House 26 Larry Campbell Republican 64%
KS State House 33 Tom Burroughs Democratic 50%
KS State House 34 Valdenia Winn Democratic 60%
KS State House 35 Broderick Henderson Democratic 50%
KS State House 44 Barbara Ballard Democratic 67%
KS State House 45 Tom Sloan Republican 75%
KS State House 49 Scott Schwab Republican 100%
KS State House 55 Annie Kuether Democratic 42%
KS State House 66 Sydney Carlin Democratic 50%
KS State House 83 Henry Helgerson, Jr. Democratic 92%
KS State House 86 Jim Ward Democratic 50%
KS State House 90 Steve Huebert Republican 100%
KS State House 95 Tom Sawyer Democratic 67%
KS State House 105 Brenda Landwehr Republican 100%
KS State House 106 Clay Aurand Republican 100%
KS State House 111 Eber Phelps Democratic 50%
KS State Senate 3 Tom Holland Democratic 67%
KS State Senate 4 David Haley Democratic 75%
KS State Senate 19 Anthony Hensley Democratic 75%
KS State Senate 29 Oletha Faust-Goudeau Democratic 58%
KS State Senate 30 Susan Wagle Republican 100%
KS Attorney General Derek Schmidt Republican 100%
KS State Board of Education 6 Deena Horst Republican 83%
David Adkins 75%
Barbara Allen 75%
John Dennis Ballou 50%
Patricia Barbieri-Lightner 100%
Jim Barnett 83%
James Barone 75%
Carol Edward Beggs 91%
Bob Bethell 83%
Donald Betts, Jr. 75%
Rob Boyer 92%
Karin Brownlee 100%
Pete Brungardt 75%
Steve Brunk 100%
Mark Buhler 75%
William Bunten 92%
Mike Burgess 92%
Eric Carter 100%
Ruth Clark 92%
Mary Compton 92%
David Corbin 92%
Ray Cox 83%
Barbara Craft 83%
Marti Crow 67%
Donald Dahl 100%
Paul Davis 67%
Willa DeCastro 92%
Kathe Decker 100%
Nile Dillmore 64%
Les Donovan, Sr. 92%
Christine Downey 75%
Stanley Dreher, Jr. 92%
John Edmonds 67%
Jay Scott Emler 83%
John Faber 100%
Bill Feuerborn 50%
Geraldine Flaharty 58%
Vaughn Flora 42%
Joann Lee Freeborn 100%
Doug Gatewood 58%
Ruby Gilbert 55%
Mark Gilstrap 75%
Jeff Goering 100%
Mario Goico 100%
Greta Goodwin 75%
Lana Gordon 92%
Bob Grant 50%
Gary Hayzlett 91%
Jerry Henry 55%
Don Hill 83%
Carl Holmes 100%
Andrew Howell 83%
Tim Huelskamp 92%
David Huff, Sr. 82%
Joe Humerickhouse 92%
Terrie Huntington 92%
Becky Hutchins 92%
Bonnie Huy 92%
Jeff Jack 83%
Dave Jackson 100%
Dan Johnson 92%
Everett Johnson 100%
Nick Jordan 92%
Phillip Journey 92%
William Kassebaum 67%
Mary Kauffman 75%
Dave Kerr 75%
Nancy Allison Kirk 67%
Thomas Klein 50%
Carl Krehbiel 83%
Harold Lane 50%
Bruce Larkin 50%
Janis Lee 75%
William Light 92%
Judith Loganbill 58%
Margaret Long 64%
Ward Loyd 83%
Bob Lyon 92%
William Mason 100%
Peggy Mast 100%
Doug Mays 100%
Billie McCreary 100%
Dennis McKinney 75%
Joe McLeland 100%
Ray Merrick 100%
Frank Miller 100%
James Miller 58%
Melvin Minor 50%
Stephen Morris 83%
James Morrison 92%
Judy Morrison 83%
Don Myers 100%
Melvin Neufeld 100%
Dean Newton 92%
Todd Novascone 100%
Kay O'Connor 100%
Lana Oleen 67%
Edward O'Malley, Jr. 83%
Michael O'Neal 100%
Verlyn Osborne 92%
Ralph Ostmeyer 92%
Tim Owens 92%
Doug Patterson 91%
Janice Pauls 58%
Joann Pottorff 92%
Larry Powell 100%
Ted Powers 83%
Edward Pugh 75%
William Reardon 50%
Rick Rehorn 50%
Roger Reitz 83%
L. Candy Ruff 67%
Larry Salmans 83%
Jean Schodorf 83%
Sharon Schwartz 100%
H. Jan Scoggins-Waite 67%
Bonnie Sharp 64%
Stephanie Sharp 82%
Judy Showalter 75%
Joe Shriver 58%
Clark Shultz 100%
Arlen Siegfreid 100%
Chris Steineger 67%
Sue Storm 58%
Joshua Svaty 58%
Dale Swenson 67%
Mark Taddiken 92%
Lee Tafanelli 100%
Ruth Teichman 83%
Daniel Thimesch 75%
Tom Thull 67%
Roger Toelkes 64%
Robert Tyson 92%
Dwayne Umbarger 92%
John Vratil 75%
Kenny Wilk 92%
Jerry Williams 67%
R. J. Wilson 67%
Jim Yonally 75%

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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