State Office Name Party Rating
RI State House-1 Edith Ajello D 67%
RI State House-9 Anastasia Williams D 75%
RI State House-11 Grace Diaz D 78%
RI State House-12 Joseph Almeida, Jr. D 67%
RI State House-14 Charlene Lima D 70%
RI State House-17 Robert Jacquard D 63%
RI State House-18 Art Handy D 70%
RI State House-19 Joseph McNamara D 70%
RI State House-38 Brian Kennedy D 70%
RI State House-42 Stephen Ucci D 56%
RI State House-53 Thomas Winfield D 63%
RI State House-55 Arthur Corvese D 78%
RI State Senate-1 Maryellen Goodwin D 75%
RI State Senate-4 Dominick Ruggerio D 67%
RI State Senate-6 Harold Metts D 60%
RI State Senate-7 Frank Ciccone III D 75%
RI State Senate-8 James Doyle II D 70%
RI State Senate-10 Walter Felag, Jr. D 75%
RI State Senate-14 Daniel Da Ponte D 80%
RI State Senate-20 Roger Picard D 70%
RI State Senate-23 Paul Fogarty D 78%
RI State Senate-24 Marc Cote D 86%
RI State Senate-27 Hanna Gallo D 70%
RI State Senate-29 Michael McCaffrey D 78%
RI State Senate-33 Leonidas Raptakis D 70%
RI State Senate-36 James Sheehan D 70%
RI State Senate-37 V. Susan Sosnowski D 70%
RI State Senate-38 Dennis Algiere R 78%
RI Attorney General Peter Kilmartin D 75%
RI Treasurer Frank Caprio D 63%
Stephen Alves 71%
Joseph Amaral 70%
Fausto Anguilla 70%
Roger Badeau 75%
David Bates 80%
Leo Blais 89%
Kevin Breene 88%
Todd Brien 70%
David Caprio 70%
Kenneth Carter 70%
Raymond Church 80%
Elaine Coderre 70%
Daniel Connors 86%
Steven Costantino 70%
Michael Damiani 71%
James Davey 100%
Elizabeth Dennigan 67%
John DeSimone 71%
Laurence Ehrhardt 80%
Joseph Faria 71%
Robert Flaherty 57%
Gordon Fox 70%
Raymond Gallison, Jr. 70%
Alfred Gemma 60%
Joanne Giannini 78%
June Gibbs 80%
Peter Ginaitt 67%
Nicholas Gorham 90%
Daniel Issa 80%
J. Russell Jackson 70%
Donald Lally, Jr. 70%
Norman Landroche, Jr. 60%
Beatrice Lanzi 70%
David Laroche 67%
J. Michael Lenihan 70%
Charles Levesque 63%
Peter Lewiss 70%
Bruce Long 70%
John Loughlin II 78%
Jan Malik 63%
John McBurney III 83%
John Joseph McCauley, Jr. 71%
Matthew McHugh 80%
William McManus 80%
Helio Melo 67%
Rene Menard 80%
Victor Moffitt 78%
Joseph Montalbano 88%
Joseph Moran III 70%
Paul Moura 75%
Carol Mumford 80%
William Murphy 75%
Eileen Naughton 70%
Patrick O'Neill 70%
Edwin Pacheco 70%
M. Teresa Paiva-Weed 78%
Peter Palumbo 71%
Rhoda Perry 71%
Peter Petrarca 67%
Juan Pichardo 67%
Joseph Polisena 67%
John Revens, Jr. 70%
Amy Rice 78%
Elizabeth Roberts 78%
Henry Rose 70%
William San Bento, Jr. 88%
John Savage 70%
Gregory Schadone 70%
Joseph Scott 83%
John Patrick Shanley, Jr. 70%
Richard Singleton 75%
Thomas Slater 67%
Steven Smith 80%
Susan Story 80%
Raymond Sullivan, Jr. 70%
John Tassoni, Jr. 70%
Joseph Trillo 70%
William Walaska 80%
Peter Wasylyk 63%
Robert Watson 75%
Timothy Williamson 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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