State Office Name Party Rating
CO U.S. House-5 Doug Lamborn R 17%
CO U.S. House-7 Ed Perlmutter D 100%
CO Commissioner-2 Steve Johnson 40%
Jeanne Marsae Adkins 17%
Vickie Lyn Agler 20%
Ben Lewis Alexander 40%
Kay Alexander 25%
Deborah Colleen Allen 20%
Donald Douglas Ament 33%
Norma Anderson 25%
Ken Arnold 13%
Barry Arrington 17%
Bob Bacon 100%
Chuck Berry 50%
Gayle Berry 50%
Tilman Bishop 33%
Charles Thomas Blickensderfer 17%
Nolbert Chavez 100%
Ken Chlouber 33%
Benjamin Clarke 100%
Jim Congrove 25%
Douglas Allen Dean 33%
Ginette Dennis 38%
E. Jim Dyer 67%
Lewis Entz 60%
Mary Ellen Epps 25%
Jeanne Ryan Faatz 20%
Michael Francis Feeley 100%
Russell Lloyd George 60%
Kenneth Marshall Gordon 100%
Dorothy Gotlieb 75%
Anthony Grampsas 60%
Daniel Grossman 100%
Bob Hagedorn 40%
Lynn Christian Hefley 20%
Robert Michael Hernandez 100%
Sally Hopper 33%
Joan Johnson 50%
Viola June 80%
William Kaufman 60%
Maryanne Keller 100%
Martha Hill Kruetz 20%
Elsie Lacy 67%
Joyce Lawrence 75%
Gloria Leyba 100%
Douglas Linkhart 100%
Frana Araujo Mace 100%
Robert Martinez 83%
Stanley Matsunaka 67%
Ronny May 20%
Andrew McElhany 20%
Gary McPherson 60%
Carl Miller 60%
Marcy Morrison 80%
Marilyn Musgrave 50%
Richard Mutzebaugh 17%
Alice Nichol 67%
Tom Edmond Norton 33%
David Owen 0%
Phillip Pankey 33%
Mark Paschall 25%
Pat Pascoe 83%
Penn Pfiffner 20%
Terry Phillips 100%
Ray Powers 17%
Jeannie Reeser 60%
Peggy Reeves 88%
James Thomas Rizzuto 17%
Gilbert Romero 100%
Dorothy Rupert 100%
Mike Salaz 40%
Todd Saliman 100%
Paul Daniel Schauer 50%
William Schroeder, Jr. 33%
William Sinclair 50%
Matt Smith 50%
Carol Snyder 100%
Lola Spradley 20%
Bryan Sterling Sullivant 83%
William Swenson 60%
Stephanie Takis 80%
Gloria Travis Tanner 83%
Penfield Tate III 100%
Jack Taylor 40%
MaryAnne Tebedo 20%
Bill Thiebaut, Jr. 100%
Stephen Tool 60%
Shirleen Tucker 20%
Ron Tupa 100%
Mark Udall 100%
Jennifer Veiga 100%
Dave Wattenberg 50%
Frank Weddig 75%
Jeffery Wells 33%
Dorothy Wham 50%
Suzanne Williams 80%
Tambor Williams 50%
Bradley Young 33%
Paul A. Zimmerman 100%

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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