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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Tennessee Conservation Voters

2005 Positions

Issues: Environment
State Office District Name Party Rating
TN U.S. House 2 Tim Burchett Republican 33%
TN U.S. House 9 Steve Cohen Democratic 67%
TN Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally Republican 33%
TN State House 5 David Hawk Republican 33%
TN State House 7 Matthew Hill Republican 27%
TN State House 16 Bill Dunn Republican 40%
TN State House 41 John Windle Democratic 27%
TN State House 57 Susan Lynn Republican 27%
TN State House 63 Glen Casada Republican 20%
TN State House 68 Curtis Johnson Republican 20%
TN State House 80 Johnny Shaw Democratic 53%
TN State House 84 Joe Towns, Jr. Democratic 53%
TN State House 86 Barbara Cooper Democratic 53%
TN State House 88 Larry Miller Democratic 33%
TN State House 90 John DeBerry, Jr. Democratic 53%
TN State Senate 1 Steve Southerland Republican 0%
TN State Senate 3 Rusty Crowe Republican 33%
TN State Senate 5 Randy McNally Republican 33%
TN State Senate 8 Frank Niceley Republican 20%
TN State Senate 11 Bo Watson Republican 27%
TN State Senate 26 Dolores Gresham Republican 27%
TN State Senate 28 Joey Hensley Republican 33%
TN State Senate 31 Brian Kelsey Republican 27%
TN Secretary of State Tre Hargett Republican 27%
TN Mayor At-Large Kim McMillan 73%
TN Judge of the U.S. District Court Western Mark Norris, Sr. Republican 53%
Joe Armstrong 60%
William Baird 33%
Mae Beavers 33%
Diane Black 47%
Stratton Bone, Jr. 53%
Willie Borchert 53%
Kathryn Bowers 27%
Rob Briley 87%
Harry Brooks 40%
Henri Brooks 47%
Tommie Brown 47%
James Bryson 27%
Frank Buck 40%
Dewayne Bunch 27%
Charlotte Burks 40%
Stacey Campfield 27%
Sidney Chism 53%
J. Christopher Clem 27%
Curt Cobb 53%
Jerome Cochran 27%
Kent Coleman 67%
Jerry Cooper 53%
Chris Crider 27%
Ward Crutchfield 60%
Charles Curtiss 53%
Eugene Davidson 53%
David Davis 27%
Lois Deberry 53%
Tom DuBois, Jr. 47%
Jimmy Eldridge 33%
JoAnne Favors 47%
Dennis Ferguson 53%
Raymond Finney 47%
Craig Fitzhugh 53%
Ophelia Ford 53%
David Fowler 60%
Joe Fowlkes 60%
George Fraley 47%
Steve Godsey 27%
Jim Hackworth 60%
Jere Hargrove 53%
Bill Harmon 53%
Thelma Harper 60%
Michael Harrison 40%
Beth Harwell 20%
Joe Haynes 60%
Douglas Henry 80%
Roy Herron 47%
John Hood 53%
Doug Jackson 100%
Phillip Johnson 40%
Russell Johnson 87%
Sherry Jones 87%
Ulysses Jones, Jr. 53%
Mike Kernell 67%
Bill Ketron, Jr. 40%
Tommy Kilby 47%
Rosalind Kurita 60%
James Kyle, Jr. 67%
Edith Taylor Langster 47%
John Litz 53%
Mark Maddox 53%
Debra Maggart 27%
Beverly Marrero 60%
Judd Matheny 40%
Joe McCord 33%
Gerald McCormick 33%
Steve McDaniel 40%
Michael McDonald 93%
Bob McKee 47%
Don McLeary 40%
Jeff Miller 53%
Richard Montgomery 40%
Gary Moore, Sr. 73%
Jason Mumpower 27%
James Naifeh 53%
J. Chris Newton 40%
Gary Odom 80%
Doug Overbey 40%
Curtis S. Person, Jr. 47%
Phillip Pinion 53%
William Clyde Pleasant 33%
Mary Pruitt 47%
Ron Ramsey 27%
Randy Rinks 53%
Dennis Roach 47%
Donna Rowland 33%
Charles Sargent, Jr. 40%
Jack Sharp 27%
David Shepard 53%
Janis Sontany 53%
Paul Stanley 27%
Park Strader 40%
Eric Swafford 20%
John Tidwell 53%
Harry Tindell 53%
Curry Todd 27%
Jim Tracy 27%
Larry Turner 53%
Michael Turner 87%
Nathan Vaughn 53%
Ben West, Jr. 53%
John Wilder 47%
Michael Williams 40%
Les Winningham 40%
Jamie Woodson 53%
Eddie Yokley 47%

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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