Rating Group: New York State Public Employees Federation

2003-2004 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
NY U.S. House-13 Adriano Espaillat D 100%
NY U.S. House-20 Paul Tonko D 100%
NY State Assembly-1 Fred Thiele, Jr. Other 70%
NY State Assembly-4 Steve Englebright D 100%
NY State Assembly-6 Phil Ramos Other 100%
NY State Assembly-8 Michael Fitzpatrick Other 60%
NY State Assembly-12 Andrew Raia Other 70%
NY State Assembly-14 David McDonough Other 80%
NY State Assembly-18 Earlene Hooper Other 100%
NY State Assembly-31 Michele Titus Other 100%
NY State Assembly-32 Vivian Cook Other 100%
NY State Assembly-35 Jeffrion Aubry Other 100%
NY State Assembly-37 Catherine Nolan D 100%
NY State Assembly-41 Helene Weinstein Other 100%
NY State Assembly-45 Steven Cymbrowitz D 100%
NY State Assembly-47 William Colton Other 100%
NY State Assembly-48 Dov Hikind D 100%
NY State Assembly-49 Peter Abbate, Jr. Other 100%
NY State Assembly-50 Joseph Lentol D 100%
NY State Assembly-51 Felix Ortiz, Jr. D 100%
NY State Assembly-58 Nick Perry D 100%
NY State Assembly-63 Michael Cusick D 100%
NY State Assembly-66 Deborah Glick D 100%
NY State Assembly-69 Daniel O'Donnell D 100%
NY State Assembly-71 Herman Farrell, Jr. D 100%
NY State Assembly-75 Dick Gottfried D 100%
NY State Assembly-78 Jose Rivera Other 100%
NY State Assembly-81 Jeffrey Dinowitz D 100%
NY State Assembly-83 Carl Heastie D 100%
NY State Assembly-84 Carmen Arroyo Other 100%
NY State Assembly-88 Amy Paulin D 100%
NY State Assembly-89 Gary Pretlow, Sr. D 100%
NY State Assembly-95 Sandy Galef D 100%
NY State Assembly-100 Aileen Gunther D 100%
NY State Assembly-103 Kevin Cahill D 100%
NY State Assembly-118 Marc Butler Other 70%
NY State Assembly-120 William Barclay R 70%
NY State Assembly-121 William Magee Other 100%
NY State Assembly-122 Clifford Crouch R 70%
NY State Assembly-125 Barbara Lifton Other 100%
NY State Assembly-126 Gary Finch R 70%
NY State Assembly-129 William Magnarelli D 100%
NY State Assembly-130 Bob Oaks R 70%
NY State Assembly-131 Brian Kolb R 63%
NY State Assembly-133 Joseph Errigo Other 70%
NY State Assembly-136 Joe Morelle D 100%
NY State Assembly-137 David Gantt D 100%
NY State Assembly-140 Robin Schimminger D 100%
NY State Assembly-141 Crystal Peoples-Stokes Other 100%
NY State Senate-1 Kenneth LaValle R 100%
NY State Senate-2 John Flanagan, Jr. Other 100%
NY State Senate-5 Carl Marcellino Other 100%
NY State Senate-6 Kemp Hannon Other 100%
NY State Senate-12 Michael Gianaris D 100%
NY State Senate-13 José Peralta Other 100%
NY State Senate-16 Toby Ann Stavisky D 100%
NY State Senate-21 Kevin Parker Other 100%
NY State Senate-22 Martin Golden Other 100%
NY State Senate-25 Velmanette Montgomery D 100%
NY State Senate-28 Liz Krueger Other 100%
NY State Senate-32 Ruben Diaz, Sr. D 100%
NY State Senate-39 Bill Larkin, Jr. Other 100%
NY State Senate-42 John Bonacic Other 100%
NY State Senate-44 Neil Breslin Other 100%
NY State Senate-45 Betty Little Other 100%
NY State Senate-49 James Tedisco Other 70%
NY State Senate-50 John DeFrancisco Other 100%
NY State Senate-51 James Seward Other 100%
NY State Senate-56 Joe Robach Other 100%
NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Other 100%
NY Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli D 100%
NY Supervisor-At-Large Bill Reilich 70%
NY Legislator-11 Thomas Barraga 60%
NY Borough President -At-Large Ruben Diaz, Jr. N/A 100%
James Alesi 100%
Thomas Alfano 78%
Carl Andrews 100%
Darrel Aubertine 100%
James Bacalles 70%
Michael Balboni 100%
Robert Barra 80%
Michael Benjamin 100%
Jonathan Bing 100%
William Boyland, Jr. 100%
Adam Bradley 100%
James Brennan 100%
Richard Brodsky 100%
Byron Brown 100%
Jeffrey Brown 70%
Joseph Bruno 100%
Daniel Burling 70%
Nancy Calhoun 70%
Ronald Canestrari 100%
Ann-Margaret Carrozza 100%
Pat Casale 100%
Joan Christensen 100%
Barbara Clark 100%
Adele Cohen 100%
Martin Connor 100%
James Conte 70%
Francine DelMonte 100%
RoAnn Destito 100%
Luis Diaz 100%
Thomas Duane 100%
Patricia Eddington 100%
Hugh Farley 100%
Ginny Fields 100%
Charles Fuschillo, Jr. 100%
Efrain Gonzalez, Jr. 100%
Diane Gordon 100%
Alexander Grannis 100%
Aurelia Greene 100%
Ruth Hassell-Thompson 100%
James Hayes 70%
Daniel Hooker 70%
Sam Hoyt III 100%
Rhoda Jacobs 100%
Susan John 100%
Owen Johnson 100%
Ryan Scott Karben 100%
Thomas Kirwan 80%
David Koon 100%
Carl Kruger 100%
Ivan Lafayette 100%
John Lavelle 100%
Vincent Leibell III 100%
Tom Libous 100%
Vito Lopez 100%
Martin Malavé Dilan 100%
Serphin Maltese 100%
Patrick Manning 70%
John Marchi 100%
Margaret Markey 100%
Nettie Mayersohn 100%
George Maziarz 100%
Roy McDonald 67%
John McEneny 100%
Brian McLaughlin 100%
Raymond Meier 100%
Joel Miller 90%
Joan Millman 100%
Matthew Mirones 80%
Thomas Morahan 100%
Charles Nesbitt 70%
Clarence Norman, Jr. 100%
Michael Nozzolio 100%
Maureen O'Connell 80%
George Onorato 100%
Suzi Oppenheimer 100%
George Christian Ortloff, Sr. 70%
Frank Padavan 100%
William Parment 100%
David Paterson 100%
Audrey Pheffer 100%
Adam Powell IV 100%
Mary Lou Rath 100%
Peter Rivera 100%
Annette Robinson 100%
John Sabini 100%
Joseph Saladino 100%
Stephen Saland 100%
John Sampson 100%
Steven Sanders 100%
Teresa Sayward 70%
William Scarborough 100%
Dierdre Scozzafava 70%
Frank Seddio 100%
Anthony Seminerio 100%
Sheldon Silver 100%
Dean Skelos 100%
Ada Smith 100%
Malcolm Smith 100%
Nicholas Spano 100%
William Stachowski 100%
Willis Stephens, Jr. 70%
Scott Stringer 100%
Bob Sweeney 100%
Paul Tokasz 100%
Darryl Towns 100%
David Townsend, Jr. 70%
Caesar Trunzo 100%
Dale Volker 100%
Harvey Weisenberg 100%
Mark Weprin 100%
Sandra Lee Wirth 57%
James Wright 100%
Keith Wright 100%

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