Rating Group: California Labor Federation

1998 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
CA U.S. House-4 Tom McClintock R 0%
CA U.S. House-16 Jim Costa D 64%
CA U.S. House-28 Adam Schiff D 88%
CA U.S. House-29 Tony Cárdenas D 94%
CA U.S. House-53 Susan Davis D 94%
CA State Senate-18 Robert Hertzberg D 88%
CA Supervisor-1 Hilda Solis 100%
CA Supervisor-3 Sheila Kuehl 100%
CA Supervisor-4 Dick Monteith 4%
CA Supervisor-5 Bruce McPherson 28%
CA Council Member-1 Gilbert Cedillo 94%
CA State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Other 100%
Richard Ackerman 6%
Deirdre Alpert 92%
Elaine Alquist 94%
Dion Aroner 94%
Roy Ashburn 6%
Joe Baca, Sr. 94%
Steve Charles Baldwin 6%
James Battin 6%
Scott Baugh 6%
Debra Bowen 94%
Marilyn Brewer 7%
James Brulte 4%
John Burton 100%
Bill Campbell 6%
Dennis Cardoza 76%
James Cunneen 29%
Denise Ducheny 94%
Martha Escutia 100%
Liz Figueroa 100%
Richard Floyd 82%
Peter Frusetta 29%
Martin Gallegos 100%
Brett Granlund 13%
Sally Havice 94%
Tom Hayden 100%
Ray Haynes, Jr. 0%
Mike Honda 100%
George House, Jr. 12%
Teresa Hughes 100%
K. Maurice Johannessen 12%
Ross Johnson 4%
Patrick Johnston 96%
Howard Kaloogian 6%
Betty Karnette 100%
Fred Keeley 100%
David Kelley 8%
William Knight 0%
Wally Knox 100%
Lynne Leach 18%
Ted Lempert 94%
Bill Leonard 6%
Robert Leslie 5%
John Lewis 0%
Michael Machado 67%
Bob Margett 12%
Kerry Mazzoni 88%
Carole Migden 100%
William Phillip Morrow 13%
Richard Mountjoy 0%
Kevin Murray 88%
Jack O'Connell 96%
Keith Olberg 6%
Thomas Oller 6%
Deborah Ortiz 94%
Rod Pacheco 6%
Louis Papan 71%
Steve Peace 80%
Don Perata 94%
Richard Polanco 96%
Charles Poochigian 6%
Richard Keith Rainey 8%
George Runner, Jr. 6%
Jack Scott 82%
Kevin Shelley 100%
Byron Sher 100%
Virginia Strom-Martin 94%
Bruce Thompson 0%
Helen Thomson 88%
John Vasconcellos 92%
Antonio Villaraigosa 100%
Edward Vincent 88%
Carl Washington 100%
Howard Wayne 94%
Scott Wildman 94%
Cathie Wright 12%
Roderick Wright 73%

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