Rating Group: Washington Public Employees Association

2003-2004 Positions

Issues: Labor Unions
State Office Name Party Rating
WA U.S. House-4 Dan Newhouse R 50%
WA U.S. House-5 Cathy McMorris Rodgers R 45%
WA State House-3 Position 2 Timm Ormsby D 100%
WA State House-5 Position 1 Jay Rodne R 80%
WA State House-11 Position 1 Zack Hudgins D 95%
WA State House-12 Position 1 Cary Condotta R 50%
WA State House-15 Position 1 Bruce Chandler R 50%
WA State House-19 Position 2 Brian Blake D 85%
WA State House-20 Position 1 Richard DeBolt R 50%
WA State House-20 Position 2 Ed Orcutt R 50%
WA State House-25 Position 2 Joyce McDonald R 60%
WA State House-29 Position 2 Steve Kirby D 90%
WA State House-32 Position 2 Ruth Kagi D 90%
WA State House-34 Position 1 Eileen Cody D 95%
WA State House-37 Position 1 Sharon Tomiko Santos D 85%
WA State House-37 Position 2 Eric Pettigrew D 95%
WA State House-39 Position 1 Dan Kristiansen R 45%
WA State House-40 Position 2 Jeff Morris D 80%
WA State House-41 Position 2 Judy Clibborn D 85%
WA State House-43 Position 2 Frank Chopp D 90%
WA State House-44 Position 1 John Lovick D 90%
WA State Senate-9 Mark Schoesler R 40%
WA State Senate-10 Barbara Bailey R 45%
WA State Senate-15 Jim Honeyford R 50%
WA State Senate-22 Sam Hunt D 95%
WA State Senate-27 Jeannie Darneille D 95%
WA State Senate-29 Steve Conway D 95%
WA State Senate-30 Mark Miloscia R 90%
WA State Senate-32 Maralyn Chase D 75%
WA State Senate-33 Karen Keiser D 95%
WA State Senate-35 Timothy Sheldon D 45%
WA State Senate-38 John McCoy D 80%
WA State Senate-39 Kirk Pearson R 35%
WA State Senate-42 Doug Ericksen R 60%
WA Mayor-At-Large Edward Murray 90%
WA Council Member-1 Dan Roach 50%
WA Council Member-2 Pam Roach 45%
WA Council Member-2 Brian Sullivan 90%
WA Council Member-5 Hans Dunshee D 90%
WA Council Member-5 Dave Upthegrove 95%
WA Council Member-8 Joe McDermott 95%
WA Council Member-At-Large Toby Nixon R 40%
WA Commissioner-1 Tom Mielke R 35%
WA Commissioner-2 Sandra Romero D 95%
John Ahern 45%
Gary Alexander 50%
Glenn Anderson 50%
Mike Armstrong 60%
Brad Benson 45%
Donald Benton 59%
Jean Berkey 85%
Marc Boldt 45%
Dale Brandland 50%
Lisa Brown 95%
Jim Buck 45%
Roger Bush 45%
Jack Cairnes 55%
Tom Campbell 70%
Don Carlson 54%
Jim Clements 50%
Mike Cooper 95%
Don Cox 50%
Larry Crouse 55%
Alex Deccio 45%
Mary Lou Dickerson 95%
Mark Doumit 80%
Jeanne Edwards 60%
William Eickmeyer 85%
Tracey Eide 80%
Luke Esser 45%
Darlene Fairley 80%
Bill Finkbeiner 45%
Dennis Flannigan 90%
Rosa Franklin 95%
Karen Fraser 90%
Bill Fromhold 90%
Bill Grant 85%
Kathy Haigh 95%
Shirley Hankins 75%
Jim Hargrove 75%
Brian Hatfield 85%
Mary Haugen 80%
Mike Hewitt 50%
Bill Hinkle 35%
Janéa Holmquist Newbry 35%
James Horn 45%
Ross Hunter 85%
Ken Jacobsen 85%
Fred Jarrett 70%
Stephen Johnson 50%
Jim Kastama 85%
Phyllis Kenney 90%
Lynn Kessler 85%
Adam Kline 95%
Jeanne Kohl-Welles 95%
Patricia Lantz 85%
Kelli Linville 75%
Dave Mastin 40%
Rosemary McAuliffe 85%
Robert McCaslin, Sr. 50%
Jim McIntire 90%
Lois McMahan 50%
Jim Moeller 90%
Dawn Morrell 95%
Bob Morton 50%
Joyce Mulliken 50%
Brian Murray 50%
Al O'Brien 85%
Robert Oke 45%
Linda Parlette 45%
Erik Poulsen 72%
Margarita Prentice 90%
Skip Priest 50%
Dave Quall 85%
Marilyn Rasmussen 75%
Debbie Regala 95%
Phil Rockefeller 85%
Laura Ruderman 90%
Lynn Schindler 55%
Dave Schmidt 45%
Shay Schual-Berke 80%
Barry Sehlin 25%
Jan Shabro 60%
Larry Sheahan 45%
Betti Sheldon 90%
Paull Shin 77%
David Simpson 100%
Geoff Simpson 95%
Mary Skinner 30%
Helen Sommers 85%
Harriet Spanel 95%
Val Stevens 45%
Bob Sump 35%
Dan Swecker 45%
Georganne Talcott 50%
Patricia Thibaudeau 85%
Rodney Tom 45%
Velma Veloria 95%
Deb Wallace 85%
Alex Wood 95%
Beverly Woods 50%
Joseph Zarelli 50%

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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