Rating Group: Florida Chamber of Commerce

2006 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
FL U.S. Senate-Jr Marco Rubio R 100%
FL U.S. House-5 Al Lawson, Jr. D 63%
FL U.S. House-8 Bill Posey R 98%
FL U.S. House-11 Daniel Webster R 100%
FL U.S. House-12 Gus Bilirakis R 98%
FL U.S. House-15 Dennis Ross R 98%
FL U.S. House-24 Frederica Wilson D 37%
FL Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera R 100%
FL State House-9 Loranne Ausley D 40%
FL State House-46 Bruce Antone D 45%
FL State House-52 Thad Altman R 100%
FL State House-75 Michael Grant R 98%
FL State House-83 Gayle Harrell R 100%
FL State Senate-4 Aaron Bean R 100%
FL State Senate-6 Audrey Gibson D 45%
FL State Senate-9 David Simmons R 98%
FL State Senate-12 Dennis Baxley R 98%
FL State Senate-14 Dorothy Hukill R 100%
FL State Senate-20 Tom Lee R 100%
FL State Senate-21 Bill Galvano R 97%
FL State Senate-25 Joe Negron R 100%
FL State Senate-26 Denise Grimsley R 100%
FL State Senate-36 Rene Garcia R 97%
FL State Senate-39 Anitere Flores R 98%
FL Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Atwater R 97%
FL Mayor-At-Large John Seiler 52%
FL Council Member-3 Lee Constantine 100%
FL Commissioner-2 Victor Crist 82%
FL Commissioner-3 Charlie Justice 43%
FL Commissioner-3 Lesley Miller, Jr. D 35%
FL Representative-At-Large Joyce Cusack D 54%
Sandy Adams 100%
J.D. Alexander 97%
Bob Allen 95%
Kevin Ambler 88%
Tom Anderson 100%
Nancy Argenziano 71%
Dave Aronberg 54%
Ralph Arza 100%
Frank Attkisson 100%
Carey Baker 97%
Gustavo Barreiro 100%
Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall 36%
Michael Bennett 100%
Allan George Bense 100%
Holly Benson 100%
Kim Berfield 89%
Ellyn Bogdanoff 100%
Marsha Bowen 100%
Mary Brandenburg 50%
Donald Brown 98%
Fredrick Brummer 98%
Phillip Brutus 45%
Susan Bucher 26%
Edward Bullard 47%
Larcenia Bullard 61%
Walter Campbell, Jr. 60%
Dean Cannon, Jr. 97%
Lisa Carlton 100%
Jennifer Carroll 96%
Donna Clarke 98%
Charles Clary 100%
Marti Coley 100%
Larry Cretul 98%
Faye Culp 90%
Don Davis 100%
Mike Davis 100%
Mandy Dawson 68%
Charles Dean, Sr. 100%
Nancy Detert 100%
Alex Diaz de la Portilla 100%
Paula Dockery 93%
Carl Domino 98%
Greg Evers 100%
Frank Farkas 94%
Mike Fasano 97%
Terry Fields 55%
Anne Gannon 39%
Rodolfo Garcia, Jr. 75%
Andy Gardiner 100%
Dan Gelber 40%
Steven Geller 51%
Hugh Gibson III 100%
Richard Glorioso 100%
Susan Goldstein 100%
J. Dudley Goodlette 100%
Kenneth Allan Gottlieb 24%
Ronald Greenstein 46%
Mike Haridopolos 95%
Adam Hasner 100%
Alan Hays 100%
Bob Henriquez 47%
Anthony Hill, Sr. 60%
Wilbert Theodore Holloway 56%
Edward Homan, Jr. 89%
Edward Jennings, Jr. 54%
Randy Johnson 100%
Dennis Jones 64%
Stan Jordan 100%
Arthenia Joyner 37%
Will Kendrick 57%
James King, Jr. 92%
Ron Klein 61%
Jeff Kottkamp 85%
Dick Kravitz 100%
Paige Kreegel 100%
Bruce Kyle 100%
John Legg 100%
Ken Littlefield 100%
Marcelo Llorente 96%
Evelyn Lynn 78%
Richard Machek 43%
Mark Mahon 95%
Gwen Margolis 79%
Stan Mayfield 100%
Sheri McInvale 98%
Matthew Meadows 55%
David Mealor 100%
Dave Murzin 100%
Mitch Needelman 94%
Pat Patterson 100%
Durell Peaden, Jr. 100%
Frank Peterman, Jr. 37%
Joe Pickens 100%
Juan-Carlos Planas 93%
Ralph Poppell 100%
Ari Abraham Porth 63%
Bill Proctor 100%
Ken Pruitt 95%
John Quiñones 96%
Ron Reagan 100%
Everett Rice 100%
Nan Rich 57%
Curtis Richardson 39%
David Rivera 100%
Julio Robaina 95%
Yolly Roberson 54%
Dave Russell, Jr. 100%
Timothy Ryan 43%
Franklin Sands 56%
Ray Sansom 100%
Burt Saunders 95%
Jim Sebesta 100%
Gary Siplin 46%
Irving Slosberg 46%
Christopher Smith 41%
Rod Smith 44%
Eleanor Sobel 43%
Ken Sorensen 100%
Dwight Stansel 78%
John Stargel 100%
Priscilla Ann Taylor 47%
Anthony Trey Traviesa 98%
Baxter Troutman 100%
Rochelle Vana 46%
J. Alex Villalobos 66%
Leslie Waters 100%
Trudi Williams 100%
Stephen Wise 95%
Juan Zapata 100%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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