Rating Group: Prevent Child Abuse Wyoming

2006 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
WY U.S. Senate-Jr John Barrasso R 86%
WY State House-37 Steve Harshman R 92%
WY State House-43 Daniel Zwonitzer R 82%
WY State House-55 David Miller R 74%
WY State Senate-3 Curt Meier R 68%
WY State Senate-13 John Hastert D 95%
WY State Senate-18 Henry Coe R 100%
WY State Senate-19 R. Peterson R 82%
WY State Senate-21 Bruce Burns R 86%
WY State Senate-23 Jeff Wasserburger R 82%
WY State Senate-24 Michael Von Flatern R 86%
WY State Senate-25 Cale Case R 55%
WY State Senate-30 Charles Scott R 86%
WY State Board of Education Kathryn Sessions D 86%
Deborah Alden 74%
James Anderson 86%
Rodney Anderson 85%
Patricia Aullman 95%
George Bagby 87%
Bruce Barnard 82%
Rosie Berger 92%
Tex Boggs 95%
Bob Brechtel 72%
Kermit Brown 90%
Ed Buchanan 90%
Kurt Bucholz 64%
Charles Childers 85%
Roy Cohee 85%
Stan Cooper 77%
Kathy Davison 87%
Ken Decaria 91%
Ross Diercks 69%
David Edwards 90%
Floyd Esquibel 97%
Gerald Gay 85%
Gerald Geis 91%
Mary Meyer Gilmore 90%
Keith Gingery 90%
Patrick Goggles 92%
James Hageman 77%
Debbie Hammons 97%
John Hanes 82%
Elaine Harvey 95%
Bill Hawks 73%
Becket Hinckley 92%
John Hines 73%
Jerry Iekel 92%
Pete Illoway 95%
Burke Jackson 26%
Kit Jennings 77%
Rae Lynn Job 91%
Wayne Johnson 82%
Alan Jones 85%
Peter Jorgensen 92%
Jack Landon, Jr. 82%
Grant Larson 95%
Tom Lockhart 85%
Tom Lubnau II 90%
Randall Luthi 85%
Marty Martin 95%
Mike Massie 82%
Del McOmie 100%
Erin Mercer 90%
R. Larry Meuli 97%
E. Jayne Mockler 82%
Layton Morgan 79%
Philip Nicholas 86%
Monte Olsen 82%
Douglas Osborn 97%
Robert Peck 95%
Bryan Pedersen 95%
Owen Petersen 92%
Frank Philp 87%
Mick Powers 90%
Lorraine Quarberg 82%
Paul Wayne Reese 79%
Ann Robinson 95%
Tony Ross 77%
Doug Samuelson 95%
John Schiffer 86%
Mark Semlek 74%
Colin Simpson 85%
James Slater 85%
Bill Thompson 90%
Charles Townsend 77%
Bill Vasey 95%
Tom Walsh 95%
Jane Warren 97%
Stephen Watt 90%
Kevin White 100%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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