Rating Group: Wisconsin AFL-CIO

2012 Lifetime Score

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
WI U.S. House-2 Mark Pocan D 99%
WI U.S. House-6 Glenn Grothman R 22%
WI State Assembly-2 Andre Jacque R 8%
WI State Assembly-5 Jim Steineke R 17%
WI State Assembly-6 Gary Tauchen R 10%
WI State Assembly-8 JoCasta Zamarripa D 100%
WI State Assembly-9 Josh Zepnick D 100%
WI State Assembly-11 Jason Fields D 97%
WI State Assembly-12 Frederick Kessler D 100%
WI State Assembly-14 Dale Kooyenga R 17%
WI State Assembly-16 Leon Young D 99%
WI State Assembly-20 Christine Sinicki D 99%
WI State Assembly-23 Jim Ott R 3%
WI State Assembly-24 Dan Knodl R 5%
WI State Assembly-31 Amy Loudenbeck R 17%
WI State Assembly-32 Tyler August R 8%
WI State Assembly-36 Jeffrey Mursau R 37%
WI State Assembly-38 Joel Kleefisch R 9%
WI State Assembly-40 Kevin Petersen R 3%
WI State Assembly-41 Joan Ballweg R 16%
WI State Assembly-46 Gary Hebl D 95%
WI State Assembly-49 Travis Tranel R 25%
WI State Assembly-50 Ed Brooks R 10%
WI State Assembly-52 Jeremy Thiesfeldt R 17%
WI State Assembly-54 Gordon Hintz D 100%
WI State Assembly-61 Samantha Kerkman R 12%
WI State Assembly-63 Robin Vos R 7%
WI State Assembly-64 Peter Barca D 96%
WI State Assembly-68 Kathy Bernier R 17%
WI State Assembly-72 Scott Krug R 17%
WI State Assembly-73 Nick Milroy D 100%
WI State Assembly-76 Chris Taylor D 100%
WI State Assembly-77 Terese Berceau D 99%
WI State Assembly-80 Sondy Pope D 100%
WI State Assembly-84 Mike Kuglitsch R 17%
WI State Assembly-89 John Nygren R 7%
WI State Assembly-93 Warren Petryk R 17%
WI State Assembly-94 Steve Doyle D 100%
WI State Assembly-95 Jill Billings D 100%
WI State Assembly-96 Lee Nerison R 22%
WI State Senate-1 Frank Lasee R 23%
WI State Senate-2 Robert Cowles R 31%
WI State Senate-3 Timothy Carpenter D 97%
WI State Senate-4 Lena Taylor D 98%
WI State Senate-5 Leah Vukmir R 15%
WI State Senate-7 Christopher Larson D 100%
WI State Senate-8 Alberta Darling R 28%
WI State Senate-11 Stephen Nass R 19%
WI State Senate-12 Thomas Tiffany R 20%
WI State Senate-13 Scott Fitzgerald R 26%
WI State Senate-14 Luther Olsen R 29%
WI State Senate-15 Janis Ringhand D 100%
WI State Senate-16 Mark Miller D 99%
WI State Senate-17 Howard Marklein R 17%
WI State Senate-20 Duey Stroebel R 14%
WI State Senate-21 Van Wanggaard R 22%
WI State Senate-22 Bob Wirch D 97%
WI State Senate-23 Terry Moulton R 21%
WI State Senate-25 Janet Bewley D 100%
WI State Senate-26 Fred Risser D 95%
WI State Senate-27 Jon Erpenbach D 99%
WI State Senate-28 David Craig R 14%
WI State Senate-29 Jerry Petrowski R 25%
WI State Senate-30 Dave Hansen D 97%
WI State Senate-31 Kathleen Vinehout D 97%
WI State Senate-32 Jennifer Shilling D 98%
WI State Senate-33 Chris Kapenga R 8%
WI Supervisor-17 Tony Staskunas 90%
WI Supervisor-20 Steve Doyle 100%
Penny Bernard Schaber 95%
Garey Bies 15%
Fred Clark 100%
Elizabeth Coggs 100%
G. Spencer Coggs 99%
David Cullen 97%
Timothy Cullen 88%
Chris Danou 100%
Michael Ellis 43%
Mike Endsley 17%
Paul Farrow 17%
Jeff Fitzgerald 15%
Pamela Galloway 11%
Tamara Grigsby 98%
Sheila Harsdorf 34%
Jim Holperin 92%
Mark Honadel 13%
Randy Hopper 12%
Brett Hulsey 100%
Robert Jauch 95%
Andy Jorgensen 93%
Dan Kapanke 29%
Dean Kaufert 31%
Neal Kedzie 26%
Steven Kestell 17%
Jessica King 100%
John Klenke 17%
Joe Knilans 17%
Dean Knudson 20%
Bill Kramer 7%
Margaret Krusick 92%
Tom Larson 17%
Julie Lassa 96%
Mary Lazich 22%
Joseph Leibham 24%
Daniel LeMahieu 11%
Michelle Litjens 17%
Cory Mason 100%
Dan Meyer 16%
Louis Molepske, Jr. 94%
John Murtha 4%
Alvin Ott 28%
Joseph Parisi 94%
Sandra Pasch 100%
Don Pridemore 9%
Mark Radcliffe 90%
Jon Richards 100%
Keith Ripp 19%
Roger Rivard 17%
Kelda Roys 100%
Dale Schultz 31%
Donna Seidel 100%
Erik Severson 10%
Richard Spanbauer 25%
John Steinbrink 92%
Jeffrey Stone 18%
Pat Strachota 11%
Scott Suder 17%
Barbara Toles 100%
Robert Turner 100%
Karl Van Roy 18%
Amy Vruwink 96%
Chad Weininger 17%
Mary Williams 8%
Evan Wynn 17%
Robert Ziegelbauer 50%
Rich Zipperer 4%

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