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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Americans for Prosperity - Kansas Chapter

2007 Positions on Conservative Issues

Issues: Conservative
State Office District Name Party Rating
KS U.S. House 1 Tim Huelskamp Republican 100%
KS U.S. House 3 Kevin Yoder Republican 92%
KS Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer Republican 92%
KS State House 3 Julie Menghini Democratic 17%
KS State House 6 Jene Vickrey Republican 100%
KS State House 7 Richard Proehl Republican 67%
KS State House 12 Virgil Peck, Jr. Republican 110%
KS State House 27 Ray Merrick Republican 92%
KS State House 30 Lance Kinzer Republican 100%
KS State House 31 Louis Ruiz Democratic 17%
KS State House 33 Tom Burroughs Democratic 17%
KS State House 34 Valdenia Winn Democratic 25%
KS State House 35 Broderick Henderson Democratic 17%
KS State House 37 Stan Frownfelter Democratic 33%
KS State House 44 Barbara Ballard Democratic 36%
KS State House 45 Thomas Sloan Republican 75%
KS State House 46 Paul Davis Democratic 17%
KS State House 53 Annie Tietze Democratic 17%
KS State House 55 Annie Kuether Democratic 17%
KS State House 58 Harold Lane Democratic 17%
KS State House 60 Don Hill Republican 46%
KS State House 61 Richard Carlson Republican 100%
KS State House 63 Jerry Henry Democratic 25%
KS State House 64 Vern Swanson Republican 83%
KS State House 66 Sydney Carlin Democratic 25%
KS State House 68 Tom Moxley Republican 58%
KS State House 72 Marc Rhoades Republican 100%
KS State House 74 Don Schroeder Republican 100%
KS State House 76 Peggy Mast Republican 110%
KS State House 77 Dave Crum Republican 100%
KS State House 79 Ed Trimmer Democratic 42%
KS State House 80 Kasha Kelley Republican 110%
KS State House 85 Steve Brunk Republican 110%
KS State House 86 Jim Ward Democratic 25%
KS State House 90 Steve Huebert Republican 100%
KS State House 94 Mario Goico Republican 100%
KS State House 95 Tom Sawyer Democratic 18%
KS State House 102 Janice Pauls Democratic 33%
KS State House 106 Sharon Schwartz Republican 92%
KS State House 121 S. Kiegerl Republican 110%
KS State Senate 1 Dennis Pyle Republican 100%
KS State Senate 2 Marci Francisco Democratic 8%
KS State Senate 3 Tom Holland Democratic 33%
KS State Senate 4 David Haley Democratic 58%
KS State Senate 7 Kay Wolf Republican 75%
KS State Senate 9 Julia Lynn Republican 92%
KS State Senate 14 Forrest Knox Republican 110%
KS State Senate 15 Jeff King Republican 92%
KS State Senate 16 Ty Masterson Republican 110%
KS State Senate 18 Laura Kelly Democratic 17%
KS State Senate 19 Anthony Hensley Democratic 17%
KS State Senate 20 Vicki Schmidt Republican 17%
KS State Senate 22 Tom Hawk Democratic 8%
KS State Senate 23 Robert Olson Republican 91%
KS State Senate 27 Les Donovan, Sr. Republican 58%
KS State Senate 28 Mike Petersen Republican 92%
KS State Senate 29 Oletha Faust-Goudeau Democratic 25%
KS State Senate 30 Susan Wagle Republican 92%
KS State Senate 31 Carolyn McGinn Republican 33%
KS State Senate 33 Mitch Holmes Republican 100%
KS State Senate 34 Terry Bruce Republican 67%
KS State Senate 35 Clark Shultz Republican 100%
KS State Senate 36 Elaine Bowers Republican 100%
KS State Senate 39 Larry Powell Republican 92%
KS State Senate 40 Ralph Ostmeyer Republican 75%
KS Attorney General Derek Schmidt Republican 25%
KS Adjutant General Lee Tafanelli Republican 92%
KS Corporation Commissioner Jay Scott Emler Republican 17%
KS Secretary of Commerce Pat George No Party Affiliation 90%
KS Secretary of Labor Lana Gordon Republican 92%
KS Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan Republican 75%
KS State Board of Education 6 Deena Horst Republican 83%
Barbara Allen 8%
Pat Apple 33%
Clay Aurand 83%
Jim Barnett 75%
James Barone 50%
Virginia Beamer 100%
Bob Bethell 90%
Donald Betts, Jr. 17%
Anthony Brown 100%
Karin Brownlee 83%
Pete Brungardt 8%
Mike Burgess 92%
Pat Colloton 58%
Barbara Craft 67%
Marti Crow 27%
Donald Dahl 100%
Nile Dillmore 27%
Owen Donohue 100%
John Faber 100%
Bill Feuerborn 17%
Geraldine Flaharty 17%
Vaughn Flora 18%
Rocky Fund 100%
Delia Garcia 10%
Doug Gatewood 25%
Mark Gilstrap 50%
Greta Goodwin 17%
Raj Goyle 33%
John Grange 100%
Bob Grant 25%
Gary Hayzlett 92%
Benjamin Hodge 100%
Carl Holmes 92%
Joe Humerickhouse 83%
Terrie Huntington 73%
Dan Johnson 50%
Phillip Journey 100%
Dick Kelsey 110%
Brenda Landwehr 100%
Janis Lee 17%
William Light 50%
Judith Loganbill 25%
Margaret Long 33%
Steve Lukert 17%
Ann Mah 42%
Melody McCray-Miller 17%
Dennis McKinney 17%
Terry McLachlan 33%
Joe McLeland 100%
Ronnie Metsker 83%
Stephen Morris 8%
James Morrison 92%
Judy Morrison 92%
Don Myers 100%
Cindy Neighbor 33%
Melvin Neufeld 83%
Michael O'Neal 100%
Bill Otto 83%
Tim Owens 42%
Peggy Palmer 91%
Shirley Palmer 33%
Joe Patton 92%
Michael Peterson 40%
Eber Phelps 17%
Roger Pine 33%
Joann Pottorff 67%
Ted Powers 50%
Gene Rardin 30%
Roger Reitz 8%
Charles Roth 75%
L. Candy Ruff 33%
Jean Schodorf 8%
Stephanie Sharp 55%
Arlen Siegfreid 100%
Sheryl Spalding 58%
Chris Steineger 83%
Sue Storm 25%
Joshua Svaty 25%
Dale Swenson 40%
Mark Taddiken 58%
Ruth Teichman 8%
Mark Treaster 33%
Dwayne Umbarger 17%
John Vratil 17%
Jason Watkins 110%
Vince Wetta 42%
Jeff Whitham 75%
Kenny Wilk 83%
Jerry Williams 33%
Dennis Wilson 82%
William Wolf 92%
Ron Worley 75%
David Wysong 25%

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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