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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Illinois Manufacturers' Association

2009-2010 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office District Name Party Rating
IL U.S. House 12 Michael Bost Republican 95%
IL U.S. House 14 Randy Hultgren Republican 100%
IL State House 1 Daniel Burke Democratic 64%
IL State House 3 Luis Arroyo, Sr. Democratic 64%
IL State House 4 Cynthia Soto Democratic 54%
IL State House 8 La Shawn Ford Democratic 64%
IL State House 12 Sara Feigenholtz Democratic 60%
IL State House 13 Greg Harris Democratic 58%
IL State House 15 John D'Amico Democratic 69%
IL State House 16 Lou Lang Democratic 65%
IL State House 18 Robyn Gabel Democratic 100%
IL State House 20 Michael McAuliffe Republican 74%
IL State House 22 Michael Madigan Democratic 64%
IL State House 23 Michael Zalewski Democratic 65%
IL State House 24 Elizabeth Hernandez Democratic 52%
IL State House 25 Barbara Currie Democratic 50%
IL State House 28 Robert Rita Democratic 82%
IL State House 30 William Davis Democratic 52%
IL State House 31 Mary Flowers Democratic 58%
IL State House 32 André Thapedi Democratic 65%
IL State House 38 Al Riley Democratic 43%
IL State House 44 Fred Crespo Democratic 64%
IL State House 47 Patricia Bellock Republican 100%
IL State House 49 Mike Fortner Republican 100%
IL State House 59 Carol Sente Democratic 73%
IL State House 70 Robert Pritchard Republican 100%
IL State House 78 Camille Lilly Democratic 100%
IL State House 80 Anthony DeLuca Democratic 73%
IL State House 82 Jim Durkin Republican 100%
IL State House 83 Linda Chapa LaVia Democratic 54%
IL State House 88 Keith Sommer Republican 100%
IL State House 92 Jehan Gordon-Booth Democratic 73%
IL State House 101 Bill Mitchell Republican 59%
IL State House 105 Dan Brady Republican 82%
IL State House 107 John Cavaletto Republican 68%
IL State House 109 David Reis Republican 95%
IL State House 111 Dan Beiser Democratic 73%
IL State House 113 Jay Hoffman Democratic 48%
IL State Senate 1 Antonio Munoz Democratic 42%
IL State Senate 3 Mattie Hunter Democratic 41%
IL State Senate 4 Kimberly Lightford Democratic 38%
IL State Senate 6 John Cullerton Democratic 42%
IL State Senate 7 Heather Steans Democratic 41%
IL State Senate 8 Ira Silverstein Democratic 54%
IL State Senate 11 Martin Sandoval Democratic 34%
IL State Senate 13 Kwame Raoul Democratic 32%
IL State Senate 14 Emil Jones III Democratic 35%
IL State Senate 16 Jacqui Collins Democratic 41%
IL State Senate 17 Donne Trotter Democratic 42%
IL State Senate 20 Iris Martinez Democratic 40%
IL State Senate 21 Michael Connelly Republican 96%
IL State Senate 30 Terry Link Democratic 50%
IL State Senate 32 Pamela Althoff Republican 100%
IL State Senate 35 Dave Syverson Republican 100%
IL State Senate 39 Don Harmon Democratic 41%
IL State Senate 40 Toi Hutchinson Democratic 41%
IL State Senate 42 Linda Holmes Democratic 59%
IL State Senate 44 Bill Brady, Jr. Republican 100%
IL State Senate 45 Tim Bivins Republican 100%
IL State Senate 46 David Koehler Democratic 58%
IL State Senate 47 Jil Tracy Republican 95%
IL State Senate 51 Chapin Rose Republican 77%
IL State Senate 54 Kyle McCarter Republican 100%
IL State Senate 55 Dale Righter Republican 88%
IL State Senate 56 William Haine Democratic 54%
IL State Senate 57 James Clayborne II Democratic 42%
IL Auditor General Frank Mautino Democratic 82%
IL Comptroller Susana Mendoza Democratic 54%
IL Mayor At-Large Franco Coladipietro Republican 95%
IL Supervisor At-Large M. Maggie Crotty Democratic 38%
IL Supervisor At-Large Al Riley Democratic 43%
IL Trustee 6 Michael Carberry Democratic 85%
IL Alderman Ward 33 Deborah Mell Democratic 64%
IL Alderman Ward 48 Harry Osterman Democratic 58%
IL Commissioner 12 John Fritchey 80%
IL Treasurer Mike Frerichs Democratic 35%
IL Board Member 20 Sidney Mathias 87%
IL Board Member At-Large Dan Cronin 100%
IL Chairman At-Large Christopher Lauzen Republican 100%
IL State Board of Education James Meeks 61%
Edward Acevedo 70%
Suzanne Bassi 100%
Mark Beaubien, Jr. 100%
Maria Berrios 64%
Robert Biggins 100%
William Black 76%
Michael Boland 89%
Larry Bomke 77%
Michael Bond 58%
John Bradley 61%
Rich Brauer 77%
James Brosnahan 100%
William Burns 63%
J. Burzynski 96%
Sandy Cole 100%
Annazette Collins 61%
Marlow Colvin 54%
Elizabeth Coulson 73%
Tom Cross 100%
Shane Cultra 100%
Gary Dahl 100%
Monique Davis 61%
James DeLeo 42%
William Delgado 42%
Deanna Demuzio 42%
Kirk Dillard 100%
Dan Duffy 100%
Lisa Dugan 62%
Kenneth Dunkin 73%
Roger Eddy 95%
Keith Farnham 64%
Robert Flider 64%
Gary Forby 41%
Jack Franks 68%
Paul Froehlich 45%
Susan Garrett 61%
Esther Golar 64%
Careen Gordon 42%
Deborah Graham 47%
Julie Hamos 60%
Elizabeth Hannig 64%
Kay Hatcher 91%
Rickey Hendon 42%
Thomas Holbrook 73%
Constance Howard 52%
Eddie Jackson, Sr. 45%
Michael Jacobs 31%
Naomi Jakobsson 58%
Charles Jefferson 58%
John Jones 100%
Kevin Joyce 73%
Renée Kosel 90%
Dan Kotowski 38%
David Leitch 96%
David Luechtefeld 88%
Joseph Lyons 64%
Edward Maloney 48%
Karen May 61%
Emily McAsey 64%
Kevin McCarthy 80%
John McGuire 70%
David Miller 73%
John Millner 86%
Gerald Mitchell 100%
Don Moffitt 73%
Rosemary Mulligan 100%
Matt Murphy 100%
Richard Myers 82%
Elaine Nekritz 58%
Michael Noland 46%
JoAnn Osmond 92%
Carole Pankau 100%
Brandon Phelps 44%
Sandra Pihos 100%
Raymond Poe 82%
Christine Radogno 100%
Randy Ramey, Jr. 95%
Dennis Reboletti 100%
Dan Reitz 73%
Dale Risinger 100%
Dan Rutherford 100%
Kathleen Ryg 71%
Jim Sacia 100%
Skip Saviano 82%
Timothy Schmitz 100%
Jeffrey Schoenberg 64%
Darlene Senger 100%
Michael Smith 73%
Ron Stephens 95%
Ed Sullivan, Jr. 100%
John Sullivan 62%
Michael Tryon 100%
Arthur Turner, Sr. 83%
Patrick Verschoore 73%
Louis Viverito 42%
Ronald Wait 87%
Mark Walker 73%
Eddie Washington 58%
James Watson 77%
A.J. Wilhelmi 42%
David Winters 100%
Karen Yarbrough 67%

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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