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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Alabama National Federation of Independent Business

1995-1998 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
AL U.S. House 3 Mike Rogers Republican 80%
AL State House 3 Marcel Black Democratic 56%
AL State House 17 Michael Millican Republican 100%
AL State House 18 Johnny Morrow Democratic 70%
AL State House 19 Laura Hall Democratic 44%
AL State House 20 Howard Sanderford Republican 100%
AL State House 32 Barbara Boyd Democratic 57%
AL State House 33 Ronald Johnson Republican 100%
AL State House 39 Richard Lindsey Democratic 100%
AL State House 48 Jim Carns Republican 100%
AL State House 52 John Rogers, Jr. Democratic 44%
AL State House 68 Thomas Jackson, Jr. Democratic 57%
AL State House 76 Thad McClammy Democratic 38%
AL State House 77 John Knight, Jr. Democratic 17%
AL State House 83 George Bandy Democratic 25%
AL State House 93 Steve Clouse Republican 89%
AL State House 95 Steve McMillan Republican 100%
AL State House 99 James Buskey Democratic 57%
AL State House 100 Victor Gaston Republican 100%
AL State House 101 Chris Pringle Republican 100%
AL State Senate 13 Gerald Dial Republican 100%
AL State Senate 16 JT Waggoner Republican 89%
AL State Senate 18 Rodger Smitherman Democratic 60%
AL State Senate 21 Gerald Allen Republican 100%
AL State Senate 23 Hank Sanders Democratic 20%
Bill Armistead 100%
Locy Baker 78%
Lowell Barron 100%
Roger Bedford, Jr. 63%
Jack Biddle 86%
Lucius Black 50%
Tom Butler 90%
Joe Carothers, Jr. 100%
Tommy Carter 100%
William Clark 67%
George Clay 89%
Richard Crigler, Jr. 100%
Johnny L Curry 100%
Mike Dean 100%
Bobby Denton 60%
Larry Dixon 90%
Jeff Dolbare 60%
Bill Dukes 100%
Sundra Escott 56%
Joe Ford 60%
Bill Fuller, Jr. 100%
Mark Gaines 100%
Blaine Galliher 100%
H. Mac Gipson, Jr. 100%
Betty Graham 80%
Ken Guin, Jr. 78%
Albert Hall 56%
James Hamilton 89%
Seth Hammett 100%
James Haney 100%
Howard Hawk 89%
John Hawkins, Jr. 100%
Andrew Hayden 44%
Mike Hill 90%
John Hilliard 50%
Thomas Hogan 100%
Perry Hooper, Jr. 100%
Tommie Houston 44%
Yvonne Kennedy 22%
Richard Laird, Sr. 100%
Charles Langford 60%
Allen Layson 100%
WH Lindsey 60%
Albert Lipscomb 100%
T.D. Little 64%
Edward McClain 75%
W. McDaniel 100%
Bob McKee 100%
Bryant Melton, Jr. 43%
Joseph Mitchell 30%
Wendell Mitchell 63%
Hinton Mitchem 89%
Neal Morrison 73%
Albert Morton 100%
H.E. Myers 91%
Charles Newton 91%
Demetrius Newton, Sr. 33%
Jack Page III 60%
Tim Parker, Jr. 100%
Arthur Payne 82%
Walter Penry, Jr. 100%
George Perdue 60%
Phil Poole 78%
Tommy Ed Roberts 91%
John Robinson 63%
Allen Sanderson 100%
Riley Seibenhener 100%
Nelson Starkey, Jr. 89%
Charles Steele, Jr. 56%
Dave Thomas 100%
James Thomas 60%
J.E. Turner 100%
Lesley Vance 100%
Jack Venable 100%
James Warren 100%
Skippy White 100%
Gerald Willis 100%
Greg Wren 100%

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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