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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Michigan Chamber of Commerce

2015-2016 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
MI State House 3 Wendell Byrd Democratic 27%
MI State House 7 LaTanya Garrett Democratic 27%
MI State House 8 Sherry Gay-Dagnogo Democratic 27%
MI State House 10 Leslie Love Democratic 27%
MI State House 13 Frank Liberati Democratic 27%
MI State House 21 Kristy Pagan Democratic 33%
MI State House 22 John Chirkun Democratic 27%
MI State House 27 Robert Wittenberg Democratic 33%
MI State House 34 Sheldon Neeley Democratic 33%
MI State House 37 Christine Greig Democratic 27%
MI State House 38 Kathy Crawford Republican 67%
MI State House 45 Michael Webber Republican 80%
MI State House 47 Henry Vaupel Republican 73%
MI State House 56 Jason Sheppard Republican 80%
MI State House 58 Eric Leutheuser Republican 80%
MI State House 59 Aaron Miller Republican 87%
MI State House 60 Jon Hoadley Democratic 33%
MI State House 61 Brandt Iden Republican 73%
MI State House 95 Vanessa Guerra Democratic 27%
MI State House 104 Larry Inman Republican 87%
MI State House 105 Triston Cole Republican 93%
MI State House 107 Lee Chatfield Republican 93%
MI State Senate 1 Stephanie Chang Democratic 40%
MI State Senate 6 Erika Geiss Democratic 33%
MI State Senate 8 Peter Lucido Republican 60%
MI State Senate 11 Jeremy Moss Democratic 27%
MI State Senate 15 Jim Runestad Republican 73%
MI State Senate 18 Jeff Irwin Democratic 33%
MI State Senate 19 John Bizon Republican 73%
MI State Senate 22 Lana Theis Republican 80%
MI State Senate 24 Tom Barrett Republican 93%
MI State Senate 25 Dan Lauwers Republican 87%
MI State Senate 26 Aric Nesbitt Republican 80%
MI State Senate 29 Winnie Brinks Democratic 27%
MI State Senate 30 Roger Victory Republican 80%
MI State Senate 33 Rick Outman Republican 80%
MI State Senate 34 Jon Bumstead Republican 80%
MI State Senate 38 Ed McBroom Republican 67%
Chris Afendoulis 73%
Brian Banks 27%
Charles Brunner 27%
Michael Callton 67%
Edward Canfield 67%
Paul Clemente 33%
Tom Cochran 33%
Kevin Cotter 73%
Laura Cox 100%
George Darany 33%
Scott Dianda 47%
Gretchen Driskell 27%
Fred Durhal III 27%
Pam Faris 40%
Jeff Farrington 73%
Anthony Forlini 73%
Ray Franz 87%
Daniela Garcia 73%
Ben Glardon 73%
Gary Glenn 87%
Ken Goike 93%
Joseph Graves 93%
Tim Greimel 33%
Kurt Heise 73%
Thomas Hooker 73%
Marcia Hovey-Wright 27%
Martin Howrylak 67%
Holly Hughes 73%
Bradford Jacobsen 73%
Nancy Jenkins 87%
Joel Johnson 87%
Tim Kelly 80%
Klint Kesto 73%
John Kivela 33%
Robert Kosowski 33%
Andrea LaFontaine 73%
Marilyn Lane 27%
Bill LaVoy 33%
Tom Leonard 93%
Lisa Lyons 73%
David Maturen 73%
Michael McCready 73%
Paul Muxlow 40%
Dave Pagel 73%
Peter Pettalia 80%
Phil Phelps 27%
Julie Plawecki 27%
Earl Poleski 80%
Phil Potvin 80%
Amanda Price 73%
Al Pscholka 73%
Bruce Rendon 73%
Brett Roberts 80%
Sarah Roberts 40%
Rose Mary Robinson 33%
David Rutledge 27%
Harvey Santana 53%
Andy Schor 27%
Sam Singh 33%
Charles Smiley 27%
Pat Somerville 80%
Alberta Talabi 27%
Jim Tedder 87%
Jim Townsend 27%
Rob VerHeulen 80%
Henry Yanez 47%
Ken Yonker 73%
Adam Zemke 27%

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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