Rating Group: Goldwater Institute

2010 Education Score

Issues: Conservative
State Office Name Party Rating
AZ U.S. House-5 Andy Biggs R 78%
AZ U.S. House-9 Kyrsten Sinema D 54%
AZ State House-27 Rebecca Rios D 60%
AZ State Senate-3 Olivia Cajero Bedford D 48%
AZ State Senate-6 Sylvia Allen R 96%
AZ State Senate-8 Frank Pratt R 93%
AZ State Senate-9 Steve Farley D 56%
AZ State Senate-10 Dave Bradley D 57%
AZ State Senate-15 Nancy Barto R 93%
AZ State Senate-17 Steven Yarbrough R 96%
AZ State Senate-22 Judy Burges R 81%
AZ State Senate-23 John Kavanagh R 96%
AZ State Senate-30 Robert Meza D 61%
AZ Secretary of State Michele Reagan R 93%
AZ Mayor-At-Large Jay Tibshraeny 90%
AZ Mayor-At-Large Jerry Weiers R 85%
AZ Council Member-At-Large David Schapira D 63%
Ed Ableser 57%
Paula Aboud 50%
Kirk Adams 100%
Amanda Aguirre 71%
Carolyn Allen 71%
Manny Alvarez 62%
Frank Antenori 96%
Cecil Ash 96%
Ray Barnes 94%
Tom Boone 81%
David Braswell 96%
Jack Brown 59%
Ed Bunch 96%
Robert Burns 92%
Meg Burton Cahill 46%
Chad Campbell 56%
Cloves Campbell, Jr. 54%
Tom Chabin 43%
Ken Cheuvront 65%
Steve Court 96%
Rich Crandall 93%
Chris Deschene 52%
Adam Driggs 96%
Pat Fleming 56%
Jorge Garcia 58%
Martha Garcia 52%
Doris Goodale 93%
Ron Gould 100%
David Gowan, Sr. 91%
Chuck Gray 92%
Linda Gray 96%
Albert Hale 50%
Jack Harper 96%
Matthew Heinz 63%
Laurin Hendrix 85%
John Huppenthal 94%
Russ Jones 91%
Bill Konopnicki 96%
Leah Landrum Taylor 65%
Barbara Leff 90%
Debbie Lesko 100%
Phil Lopes 54%
Linda Lopez 52%
David Lujan 59%
Lucy Mason 83%
John McComish 96%
Debbie McCune Davis 48%
Barbara McGuire 67%
Nancy McLain 93%
Al Melvin 96%
Eric Meyer 65%
Ben Miranda 57%
Steve Montenegro 85%
Rick Murphy 83%
John Nelson 92%
Warde Nichols 94%
Lynne Pancrazi 52%
Daniel Patterson 52%
Russell Pearce 100%
Steve Pierce 96%
Doug Quelland 87%
Amanda Reeve 100%
Carl Seel 85%
David Stevens 94%
Andy Tobin, Sr. 96%
Anna Tovar 59%
Thayer Verschoor 100%
Ted Vogt 96%
Rae Waters 65%
Jim Weiers 89%
Vic Williams 91%
Nancy Young Wright 57%

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