State Office Name Party Rating
CA U.S. House-1 Doug LaMalfa R 24%
CA U.S. House-2 Jared Huffman D 100%
CA U.S. House-4 Tom McClintock R 17%
CA U.S. House-8 Paul Cook R 38%
CA U.S. House-10 Jeff Denham R 22%
CA U.S. House-11 Mark DeSaulnier D 99%
CA U.S. House-26 Julia Brownley D 99%
CA U.S. House-33 Ted Lieu D 93%
CA U.S. House-37 Karen Bass D 99%
CA U.S. House-45 Mimi Walters R 20%
CA U.S. House-46 Lou Correa D 68%
CA U.S. House-47 Alan Lowenthal D 96%
CA State Assembly-30 Anna Caballero D 100%
CA State Senate-1 Ted Gaines R 22%
CA State Senate-5 Cathleen Galgiani D 84%
CA State Senate-8 Tom Berryhill R 28%
CA State Senate-15 Jim Beall, Jr. D 100%
CA State Senate-16 Jean Fuller R 27%
CA State Senate-22 Ed Hernandez D 100%
CA State Senate-24 Kevin De Leon D 100%
CA State Senate-25 Anthony Portantino, Jr. D 100%
CA State Senate-32 Tony Mendoza D 98%
CA State Senate-38 Joel Anderson R 19%
CA Secretary of State Alex Padilla D 99%
CA Mayor-At-Large Mary Salas 96%
CA Mayor-At-Large Darrell Steinberg D 97%
CA Supervisor-1 Kevin Jeffries 26%
CA Supervisor-2 Mark Ridley-Thomas 99%
CA Supervisor-3 Todd Spitzer 28%
CA Supervisor-5 Joe Simitian N/A 97%
CA Council Member-1 Gilbert Cedillo 99%
CA Council Member-2 Paul Krekorian 99%
CA Council Member-7 Felipe Fuentes 99%
CA Council Member-9 Curren Price, Jr. 100%
CA Council Member-At-Large Alan Nakanishi 27%
CA State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Other 98%
Samuel Aanestad 17%
Richard Ackerman 16%
Anthony Adams 37%
Gregory Aghazarian 31%
Elaine Alquist 99%
Juan Arambula 89%
Roy Ashburn 22%
James Battin 33%
John Benoit 24%
Patty Berg 100%
Sam Blakeslee 36%
Charles Calderon 95%
Ron Calderon 97%
Amina Carter 98%
David Cogdill 16%
Ellen Corbett 96%
Joe Coto 100%
Dave Cox 16%
Mike Davis 99%
Hector De La Torre 98%
Charles DeVore 29%
Denise Ducheny 85%
Robert Dutton 18%
Michael Duvall 27%
Mervyn Dymally 100%
Bill Emmerson 34%
Mike Eng 100%
Noreen Evans 96%
Mike Feuer 100%
Dean Florez 67%
Bonnie Garcia 45%
Martin Garrick 25%
Loni Hancock 96%
Tom Harman 15%
Mary Hayashi 99%
Dennis Hollingsworth 13%
Shirley Horton 39%
Guy Houston 27%
Robert Huff 26%
Dave Jones 100%
Betty Karnette 100%
Richard Keene 28%
Christine Kehoe 99%
Sheila Kuehl 98%
John Laird 100%
Mark Leno 100%
Lloyd Levine 98%
Sally Lieber 97%
Fiona Ma 99%
Michael Machado 90%
Abel Maldonado 36%
Bob Margett 23%
Bill Maze 28%
Carole Migden 99%
Eugene Mullin 100%
Pedro Nava 100%
Gloria Negrete McLeod 98%
Roger Niello 27%
Fabian Núñez 99%
Jenny Oropeza 97%
Nicole Parra 87%
Don Perata 96%
George Plescia 30%
Gloria Romero 98%
George Runner, Jr. 20%
Sharon Runner 31%
Ira Ruskin 99%
Lori Saldaña 100%
Jack Scott 98%
Jim Silva 29%
Cameron Smyth 29%
Jose Solorio 100%
Nell Soto 72%
Audra Strickland 41%
Sandré Swanson 100%
Alberto Torrico 99%
Van Tran 33%
Mike Villines 27%
Edward Vincent 76%
Patricia Wiggins 97%
Lois Wolk 100%
Mark Wyland 16%
Leland Yee 98%

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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