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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: OKWatchdog

2009 Positions on Consumer and Patient Advocacy

State Office District Name Party Rating
OK U.S. House 5 Steve Russell Republican 65%
OK Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb Republican 64%
OK State House 6 Chuck Hoskin Democratic 92%
OK State House 11 Earl Sears Republican 60%
OK State House 14 George Faught Republican 58%
OK State House 15 Ed Cannaday Democratic 92%
OK State House 17 Brian Renegar Democratic 92%
OK State House 24 Steve Kouplen Democratic 95%
OK State House 25 Todd Thomsen Republican 60%
OK State House 31 Jason Murphey Republican 51%
OK State House 34 Cory Williams Democratic 95%
OK State House 41 John Enns Republican 58%
OK State House 47 Leslie Osborn Republican 58%
OK State House 48 Pat Ownbey Republican 58%
OK State House 52 Charles Ortega Republican 62%
OK State House 57 Harold Wright Republican 58%
OK State House 59 Mike Sanders Republican 57%
OK State House 74 Dale Derby Republican 56%
OK State House 75 Dan Kirby Republican 61%
OK State House 77 Eric Proctor Democratic 93%
OK State House 79 Weldon Watson Republican 58%
OK State House 80 Mike Ritze Republican 48%
OK State House 83 Randy McDaniel Republican 58%
OK State House 94 Scott Inman Democratic 93%
OK State House 96 Lewis Moore Republican 58%
OK State Senate 10 Eddie Fields Republican 57%
OK State Senate 16 John Sparks Democratic 96%
OK State Senate 24 Anthony Sykes Republican 64%
OK State Senate 27 Bryce Marlatt Republican 64%
OK State Senate 32 Randy Bass Democratic 85%
OK State Senate 35 Gary Stanislawski Republican 64%
OK State Senate 36 Bill Brown Republican 63%
OK State Senate 37 Dan Newberry Republican 60%
OK State Senate 38 Mike Schulz Republican 64%
OK State Senate 48 Anastasia Pittman Democratic 95%
OK Commissioner 2 Mike Thompson 55%
OK Commissioner 3 Ron Peters 56%
OK Treasurer Ken Miller Republican 59%
Tom Adelson 96%
Cliff Aldridge 63%
Patrick Anderson 59%
Don Armes 51%
John Auffet 92%
Dennis Bailey 89%
Roger Ballenger 96%
Gary Banz 64%
Don Barrington 64%
Chris Benge 58%
Lisa Billy 51%
Brian Bingman 64%
Gus Blackwell 80%
Cliff Branan 62%
Neil Brannon 96%
Randy Brogdon 66%
Mike Brown 96%
Samson Buck 85%
Sean Burrage 93%
John Wayne Carey 86%
Mike Christian 57%
Harry Coates, Jr. 66%
Glenn Coffee 55%
Wallace Collins 89%
Ann Coody 55%
Marian Cooksey 59%
Kenneth Corn 96%
Doug Cox 64%
Brian Crain 63%
Johnnie Crutchfield 90%
David Dank 53%
Lee Denney 58%
Dale DeWitt 55%
Joe Dorman 86%
Rex Duncan 51%
Mary Easley 93%
Judy Eason McIntyre 87%
Jerry Ellis 90%
John Ford 64%
Earl Garrison 86%
Larry Glenn 96%
Jay Paul Gumm 87%
Jim Halligan 61%
Rebecca Hamilton 92%
Terry Harrison, Jr. 88%
Jeff Hickman 57%
Wes Hilliard 88%
Corey Holland 58%
Tom Ivester 93%
Mike Jackson 57%
Shane Jett 57%
Constance Johnson 82%
Dennis Johnson 55%
Mike Johnson 58%
Clark Jolley 64%
Tad Jones 58%
Fred Jordan 60%
Charles Joyner 60%
Ron Justice 64%
Sally Kern 55%
Charles Key 60%
Ryan Dean Kiesel 92%
Lucky Lamons 79%
Charlie Laster 93%
Debbe Leftwich 93%
Richard Lerblance 93%
Guy Liebmann 58%
Ken Luttrell 78%
Scott Martin 58%
Steve Martin 62%
Mike Mazzei 47%
Al McAffrey 100%
Mark McCullough 57%
Jeannie McDaniel 92%
Ryan McMullen 82%
Skye McNiel 62%
Jerry McPeak 83%
Danny Morgan 96%
Richard Morrissette 95%
David Myers 58%
Bill Nations 88%
Jason Nelson 53%
Jonathan Nichols 65%
Susan Paddack 89%
Pam Peterson 51%
R. C. Pruett 72%
Jim Reynolds 59%
Mike Reynolds 50%
Andrew Rice 96%
Phil Richardson 55%
Paul Roan 88%
Wade Rousselot 82%
Colby Schwartz 58%
Seneca Scott 100%
TW Shannon 55%
Mike Shelton 90%
Ben Sherrer 92%
Jerry Shoemake 87%
Jabar Shumate 88%
Glen Bud Smithson 95%
Kris Steele 57%
Dan Sullivan 60%
Joe Loyd Sweeden 92%
Randy Terrill 65%
Sue Tibbs 50%
John Trebilcock 62%
Purcy Walker 84%
Paul Wesselhoft 55%
Jim Wilson 90%
John Wright 53%
Charles Wyrick 96%

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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