State Office Name Party Rating
NC U.S. Senate-Jr Thom Tillis R 40%
NC U.S. House-7 David Rouzer R 20%
NC U.S. House-12 Alma Adams D 70%
NC State House-13 Patricia McElraft R 30%
NC State House-14 George Cleveland R 10%
NC State House-21 Larry Bell, Sr. D 70%
NC State House-22 William Brisson D 50%
NC State House-24 Jean Farmer-Butterfield D 70%
NC State House-27 Michael Wray D 70%
NC State House-31 Mickey Michaux, Jr. D 70%
NC State House-34 Grier Martin D 70%
NC State House-36 Nelson Dollar R 40%
NC State House-39 Darren Jackson D 70%
NC State House-42 Marvin Lucas, Jr. D 70%
NC State House-43 Elmer Floyd D 70%
NC State House-48 Garland Pierce D 70%
NC State House-52 Jamie Boles, Jr. R 20%
NC State House-53 David Lewis, Sr. R 30%
NC State House-56 Verla Insko D 70%
NC State House-57 Mary Harrison D 70%
NC State House-62 John Blust R 10%
NC State House-67 Justin Burr R 20%
NC State House-70 Patricia Hurley R 40%
NC State House-79 Julia Howard R 40%
NC State House-83 Linda Johnson R 40%
NC State House-86 Hugh Blackwell R 30%
NC State House-89 Mitchell Setzer R 30%
NC State House-90 Sarah Stevens R 30%
NC State House-101 Beverly Earle D 70%
NC State House-102 Becky Carney D 40%
NC State House-107 Kelly Alexander, Jr. D 70%
NC State House-111 Timothy Moore R 30%
NC State House-114 Susan Fisher D 70%
NC State Senate-4 Angela Bryant D 70%
NC State Senate-5 Don Davis D 70%
NC State Senate-6 Harry Brown R 30%
NC State Senate-20 Floyd McKissick, Jr. D 70%
NC State Senate-26 Philip Berger, Sr. R 30%
NC State Senate-29 Jerry Tillman R 20%
NC State Senate-30 Shirley Randleman R 40%
NC State Senate-34 Andrew Brock R 20%
NC Treasurer Dale Folwell R 30%
Charles Albertson 40%
Martha Alexander 60%
Lucy Allen 70%
Austin Allran 30%
Thomas Apodaca 30%
Robert Atwater 60%
Marilyn Avila 40%
Jeffrey Barnhart 20%
Marc Basnight 70%
Douglas Berger 60%
Stan Bingham 40%
Curtis Blackwood, Jr. 40%
Harris Blake 10%
Alice Bordsen 70%
Julia Boseman 60%
Thomas Brandon 50%
Van Braxton 50%
Larry Brown 30%
Harold Brubaker 30%
Peter Brunstetter 30%
Pearl Burris-Floyd 40%
Debbie Clary 20%
Daniel Clodfelter 60%
Lorene Coates 70%
Nelson Cole 70%
Patricia Cotham 70%
James Crawford, Jr. 50%
Bill Current, Sr. 20%
Charlie Dannelly 70%
Leo Daughtry 10%
Margaret Dickson 70%
Jerry Dockham 20%
Katie Dorsett 60%
Don East 20%
Bob England 70%
Bill Faison 70%
Tony Foriest 70%
James Forrester 30%
Phillip Frye 30%
Linda Garrou 70%
Pryor Gibson III 50%
Mitch Gillespie 40%
Rick Glazier 70%
D. Goforth 70%
Eddie Goodall, Jr. 40%
Melanie Goodwin 70%
Steve Goss 50%
William Grady 40%
Malcolm Graham 70%
W. Guice 40%
Jim Gulley 40%
Robert Phillip Haire 70%
Larry Hall 60%
Ty Harrell 70%
Fletcher Hartsell, Jr. 30%
Dewey Hill 60%
Mark Hilton 30%
Hugh Holliman 70%
Bryan Holloway 10%
David Hoyle, Sr. 40%
Sandra Hughes 70%
Neal Hunt 20%
Jim Jacumin 30%
Margaret Jeffus 70%
Clark Jenkins 70%
Earl Jones 60%
Edward Jones 70%
Carolyn Justice 30%
Carolyn Justus 40%
Richard Killian 50%
Eleanor Kinnaird 90%
James Langdon, Jr. 30%
Jimmy Love, Sr. 50%
Paul Luebke 70%
Nick Mackey 70%
Daniel McComas 30%
Darrell McCormick 20%
William McGee 30%
Marian McLawhorn 70%
Grey Mills 20%
Annie Mobley 70%
Martin Nesbitt, Jr. 70%
Wil Neumann IV 30%
William Owens, Jr. 60%
Earline Parmon 70%
Jean Preston 30%
William Purcell 70%
Joe Queen 70%
Anthony Rand 50%
Ray Rapp 70%
Johnathan Rhyne, Jr. 20%
Deborah Ross 70%
Robert Rucho 30%
Efton Sager 20%
Ruth Samuelson 40%
Larry Shaw 50%
John Snow, Jr. 40%
Robert Soles, Jr. 70%
Timothy Spear 30%
Paul Stam, Jr. 40%
Edgar Starnes 20%
Fred Steen II 20%
Joshua Stein 70%
Richard Stevens 30%
Randy Stewart 50%
Ronnie Sutton 50%
Alvin Swindell IV 40%
Cullie Tarleton 70%
Joe Tolson 70%
Russell Tucker 50%
Alice Underhill 70%
Donald Vaughan 60%
William Wainwright 70%
Edith Warren 70%
Ray Warren 60%
David Weinstein 60%
Jennifer Weiss 70%
Roger West 30%
Jane Whilden 70%
Laura Wiley 40%
W. Wilkins 70%
Arthur Williams III 50%
Larry Womble 70%
Douglas Yongue 70%

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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