Rating Group: Conservation Voters of South Carolina

2009-2010 Lifetime Score

Issues: Environment
State Office Name Party Rating
Boyd Brown 100%
SC State House-23 Chandra Dillard D 100%
SC State House-52 Laurie Funderburk D 100%
George Hearn 100%
SC State House-49 John King D 100%
Deborah Long 100%
SC State House-30 Steve Moss R 100%
SC State Senate-24 Tom Young, Jr. R 100%
Joan Brady 96%
Walton McLeod III 95%
SC State House-72 James Smith, Jr. D 95%
SC State House-124 Shannon Erickson R 90%
Bakari Sellers 90%
SC State House-119 Leon Stavrinakis D 90%
Paul Agnew 89%
Vida Miller 89%
SC State House-116 Robert Brown D 88%
SC State House-60 Phillip Lowe R 86%
James Neal 85%
SC State House-122 Bill Bowers D 84%
Keith Kelly 84%
SC State House-62 Robert Williams D 84%
SC State House-118 Bill Herbkersman R 83%
SC State House-96 Kit Spires R 83%
SC State House-71 Nathan Ballentine R 82%
Cathy Harvin 82%
SC State House-29 Dennis Moss R 82%
SC State House-36 Rita Allison R 80%
SC State House-82 William Clyburn, Sr. D 80%
SC State House Derham Cole, Jr. R 80%
SC State House-34 Mike Forrester R 80%
Jenny Horne 80%
SC State House-77 Joe McEachern D 80%
Anne Peterson Hutto 80%
SC U.S. Senate-Jr Tim Scott R 80%
SC State House-112 Mike Sottile R 80%
SC State House-103 Carl Anderson D 79%
SC State House-95 Jerry Govan, Jr. D 79%
SC State House-91 Lonnie Hosey D 78%
Denny Neilson 78%
Chip Limehouse III 77%
SC State House-31 Harold Mitchell, Jr. D 77%
Don Bowen 76%
SC State House-24 Bruce Bannister R 75%
SC State House-102 Joseph Jefferson, Jr. D 75%
SC State House-4 Davey Hiott R 74%
SC State House-51 J. David Weeks D 74%
Curtis Brantley 73%
SC State House-109 David Mack III D 73%
SC State House-113 Seth Whipper D 73%
Lester Branham, Jr. 72%
Kristopher Crawford 72%
SC State House-73 Chris Hart D 70%
SC State House-12 Anne Parks D 70%
SC State House-65 James Lucas R 69%
Ted Vick 69%
Grady Brown 67%
SC U.S. House-5 Ralph Norman, Jr. R 67%
B. R. Skelton 67%
SC State House-67 Murrell Smith, Jr. R 67%
SC State House-66 Gilda Cobb-Hunter D 66%
SC State Senate-4 Mike Gambrell R 65%
Douglas Jennings, Jr. 65%
Kenneth Hodges 64%
Joseph Neal 63%
SC State House-88 McLain Toole R 63%
Kenneth Bingham 62%
Kenneth Kennedy 62%
Richard Chalk, Jr. 61%
Lewis Pinson 61%
SC State House-46 Gary Simrill R 61%
SC State House-1 William Whitmire R 61%
SC State House-111 Wendell Gilliard D 60%
Herbert Kirsh 60%
SC State House-97 Patsy Knight D 60%
Steve Parker 60%
Michael Thompson 60%
William Wylie 60%
SC State House-85 Chip Huggins R 58%
SC State House-99 James Merrill R 58%
SC State House-42 Mike Anthony D 57%
James Battle, Jr. 57%
SC State House-92 Joe Daning R 57%
Nikki Haley 57%
Edward Pitts, Jr. 57%
SC State House-80 Jimmy Bales D 55%
Roland Smith 55%
James Harrison 54%
Donald Smith 53%
SC State House-76 Leon Howard D 52%
Harry Ott, Jr. 51%
Anton Gunn 50%
Nelson Hardwick 50%
C. David Umphlett, Jr. 50%
SC State House-16 Mark Willis R 50%
SC State House-59 Terry Alexander D 49%
SC State House-43 Greg Delleney, Jr. R 49%
Robert Harrell, Jr. 49%
SC State House-55 Jackie Hayes D 48%
SC State House-27 Garry Smith R 48%
Lanny Littlejohn 45%
SC U.S. House-3 Jeff Duncan R 44%
SC State Senate-2 Rex Rice R 44%
Phillip Owens 43%
SC State House-2 William Sandifer III R 42%
SC State Senate-7 Karl Allen D 41%
Joey Millwood 40%
Wendy Nanney 40%
SC State House-18 Tommy Stringer R 40%
SC State House-6 Brian White R 40%
Harry Cato 39%
SC State House-107 Alan Clemmons R 38%
SC State House-74 Todd Rutherford D 35%
SC State House-28 Eric Bedingfield R 32%
SC State House-14 Michael Pitts R 32%
Annette Young 32%
Daniel Cooper 30%
SC State House-20 Daniel Hamilton R 30%
Liston Barfield 27%
Tracy Edge 27%
SC State House-19 Dwight Loftis R 24%
Thad Viers 24%
Marion Frye 20%
James Stewart, Jr. 18%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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