Rating Group: National Tax-Limitation Committee

2001-2002 Positions

Issues: Taxes
State Office Name Party Rating
CA U.S. House-4 Tom McClintock R 100%
CA U.S. House-14 Jackie Speier D 13%
CA U.S. House-27 Judy Chu D 21%
CA U.S. House-46 Lou Correa D 18%
CA U.S. House-47 Alan Lowenthal D 17%
CA U.S. House-51 Juan Vargas D 17%
CA State Senate-19 Hannah-Beth Jackson D 17%
CA State Senate-36 Pat Bates R 100%
CA Mayor-At-Large Darrell Steinberg D 17%
CA Supervisor-3 Wilma Chan 14%
CA Supervisor-3 Sheila Kuehl 18%
CA Supervisor-5 Bruce McPherson 77%
CA Supervisor-5 Joe Simitian N/A 17%
CA Council Member-1 Gilbert Cedillo 18%
CA Council Member-5 Paul Koretz 17%
CA Council Member-10 Herb Wesson, Jr. 13%
CA State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Other 17%
Samuel Aanestad 100%
Richard Ackerman 100%
Richard Alarcón 18%
Deirdre Alpert 18%
Roy Ashburn 100%
James Battin 95%
Russell Bogh 100%
Debra Bowen 23%
James Brulte 96%
John Burton 14%
Ron Calderon 22%
John Campbell III 95%
Joseph Canciamilla 22%
Edward Chavez 17%
Wesley Chesbro 18%
David Cogdill 95%
Rebecca Cohn 17%
Ellen Corbett 17%
Dave Cox 95%
Lynn Daucher 96%
Manny Diaz 13%
Joe Dunn 36%
John Anthony Dutra 17%
Martha Escutia 18%
Liz Figueroa 18%
Marco Antonio Firebaugh 14%
Dean Florez 23%
Dario Frommer 23%
Jackie Goldberg 9%
Tom Harman 86%
Ray Haynes, Jr. 100%
Dennis Hollingsworth 100%
Jerome Horton 18%
Ross Johnson 91%
Betty Karnette 18%
Christine Kehoe 17%
William Knight 68%
Jay La Suer 100%
Robert Leslie 86%
Carol Liu 18%
John Longville 17%
Michael Machado 42%
Ken Maddox 82%
Abel Maldonado 100%
Bob Margett 96%
Barbara Matthews 27%
William Phillip Morrow 86%
Dennis Lee Mountjoy 100%
Kevin Murray 18%
George Nakano 14%
Joseph Nation 13%
Thomas Oller 100%
Jenny Oropeza 14%
Deborah Ortiz 14%
Robert Pacheco 100%
Fran Pavley 17%
Don Perata 14%
Charles Poochigian 100%
Sarah Reyes 17%
Keith Stuart Richman 77%
Gloria Romero 17%
Simón Salinas 17%
Jack Scott 17%
Byron Sher 17%
Nell Soto 17%
Tony Strickland 96%
John Vasconcellos 17%
Edward Vincent 17%
Patricia Wiggins 17%
Mark Wyland 95%

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