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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Vermont Chamber of Commerce

2001-2002 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
VT Governor Phil Scott Republican 75%
VT Lieutenant Governor Dave Zuckerman Democratic 6%
VT State House Addison-5 Harvey Smith Republican 100%
VT State House Bennington-2-2 Mary Morrissey Republican 100%
VT State House Bennington-3 Alice Miller Democratic 24%
VT State House Chittenden-4-2 Bill Lippert, Jr. Democratic 7%
VT State House Chittenden-6-1 Kurt Wright Republican 94%
VT State House Chittenden-6-5 Johannah Donovan Democratic 18%
VT State House Chittenden-7-2 Ann Pugh Democratic 27%
VT State House Chittenden-9-2 Maureen Dakin Democratic 53%
VT State House Franklin-3-1 Kathleen Keenan Democratic 38%
VT State House Rutland-3 Robert Helm Democratic, Republican 82%
VT State House Washington-7 Maxine Grad Democratic 27%
VT State House Windham-3 Carolyn Partridge Democratic 24%
VT State House Windham-4 David Deen Democratic 13%
VT State House Windsor-3-2 Alice Emmons Democratic, Working Families 12%
VT State House Windsor-Orange-2 James Masland Democratic 19%
VT State Senate Addison Claire Ayer Democratic 11%
VT State Senate Bennington Richard Sears, Jr. Democratic 22%
VT State Senate Chittenden Ginny Lyons Democratic 33%
VT State Senate Essex-Orleans Robert Starr Democratic 79%
VT State Senate Grand Isle Dick Mazza Democratic 44%
VT State Senate Lamoille Richard Westman Republican 80%
VT State Senate Rutland Peg Flory Republican 94%
VT State Senate Washington Francis Brooks Democratic 12%
VT State Senate Washington Ann Cummings Democratic 11%
VT State Senate Windsor Alice Nitka Democratic 41%
VT Secretary of State Jim Condos Democratic 11%
VT Mayor At-Large Robert Kiss 6%
VT Council Member Ward 4 Kurt Wright Republican 94%
VT Assistant Judge At-Large Jack Anderson 40%
Steven Adams 86%
David Allaire 94%
George Allard 73%
Edwin Amidon, Jr. 64%
William Aswad 20%
Kenneth Atkins 64%
Albert Audette 77%
Joseph Baker 100%
Susan Bartlett 33%
John Bloomer, Jr. 56%
Lynn Bohi 18%
David Bolduc 100%
Donald Bostic 94%
David Brown 89%
John Campbell 33%
Julius Canns 56%
Erron Carey 93%
David Clark 94%
Kinny Connell 24%
Howard Crawford 94%
George Cross 7%
Judith Crowley 94%
Steve Darrow 29%
Thomas DePoy 85%
Robert Dostis 29%
Bill Doyle 33%
Virginia Duffy 100%
Kevin Endres 91%
Michael Fisher 19%
Avis Gervais 60%
Gerry Gossens 33%
Henry Gray 100%
James Greenwood 75%
Carl Haas 100%
John Kenneth Hall 94%
Martha Heath 25%
Steve Hingtgen 7%
Constance Houston 100%
Dick Howrigan, Sr. 87%
Richard Hube 100%
Cola Hudson 100%
Margaret Hummel 24%
Vincent Illuzzi 71%
William Johnson 100%
Michael Kainen 78%
Sylvia Kennedy 88%
Bill Keogh 69%
Carroll Ketchum 94%
Duncan Kilmartin 94%
Linda Kirker 94%
Sara Kittell 33%
Thomas Koch 75%
Albert Krawczyk 81%
Leigh Larocque 94%
Steve Larrabee, Sr. 100%
Mark Larson 12%
Kathy LaBelle LaVoie 88%
James Leddy 11%
Judy Livingston 88%
Richard Marron 88%
Hull Maynard 56%
Frank Mazur 94%
Doran Metzger 92%
Virginia Milkey 14%
Lawrence Molloy 67%
Harry Monti 69%
Janet Munt 22%
Betty Nuovo 6%
Michael John Obuchowski 24%
Patricia O'Donnell 88%
Harvey Otterman, Jr. 94%
Janice Peaslee 100%
Daryl Pillsbury 29%
Michael Reese 31%
David Rogers 86%
Robert Rusten 62%
George Schiavone 100%
Ann Seibert 0%
Malcolm Severance 80%
Loren Shaw 100%
Nancy Sheltra 94%
Donna Sweaney 24%
Gene Sweetser 76%
Gaye Symington 36%
Ruth Towne 100%
John Patrick Tracy 18%
Leo Valliere 94%
Val Vincent 47%
Perry Waite 81%
Stephen Webster 88%
John Winters 94%
Philip Winters 94%
Robert Wood, Jr. 100%
Mark Young 71%

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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