Rating Group: Michigan League of Conservation Voters

2009-2010 Lifetime Score

Issues: Environment
State Office Name Party Rating
MI U.S. House-3 Justin Amash R 0%
MI Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley R 30%
MI State House-2 Bettie Scott D 85%
MI State Senate-1 Coleman Young II D 97%
MI State Senate-2 Bert Johnson D 95%
MI State Senate-10 Tory Rocca R 69%
MI State Senate-11 Vincent Gregory D 100%
MI State Senate-12 James Marleau R 36%
MI State Senate-13 Martin Knollenberg R 29%
MI State Senate-18 Rebekah Warren D 100%
MI State Senate-19 Michael Nofs R 0%
MI State Senate-21 John Proos IV R 33%
MI State Senate-24 Rick Jones R 37%
MI State Senate-25 Phil Pavlov R 21%
MI State Senate-26 Tonya Schuitmaker R 37%
MI State Senate-29 Dave Hildenbrand R 33%
MI State Senate-30 Arlan Meekhof R 26%
MI State Senate-32 Kenneth Horn R 30%
MI State Senate-34 Goeff Hansen R 43%
MI State Senate-35 Darwin Booher R 22%
MI State Senate-36 Jim Stamas R 17%
MI State Senate-37 Wayne Schmidt R 33%
MI Council Member-At-Large Bob Constan 100%
MI Council Member-At-Large George Cushingberry, Jr. 87%
MI Council Member-At-Large Gabriel Leland 96%
MI Council Member-At-Large Mark Meadows D 100%
MI Commissioner-3 Martha Scott 84%
MI Commissioner-5 Irma Clark-Coleman 87%
MI Commissioner-6 Eileen Kowall R 33%
MI Commissioner-9 Hugh Crawford R 17%
MI Commissioner-12 Glen Anderson 78%
MI Commissioner-14 Raymond Basham 94%
Dave Agema 9%
Jason Allen 25%
Glenn Anderson 100%
Kathy Angerer 100%
Richard Ball 52%
James Barcia 63%
Vicki Barnett 100%
Joan Bauer 100%
Douglas Bennett 77%
Patricia Birkholz 30%
Michael Bishop 20%
Timothy Bledsoe 100%
Jase Bolger 39%
Elizabeth Brater 93%
Cameron Brown 23%
Lisa Brown 100%
Terry Brown 79%
Pam Byrnes 96%
Barbara Byrum 93%
Nancy Cassis 25%
Bill Caul 24%
Deborah Cherry 89%
Hansen Clarke 93%
Ed Clemente 80%
Marc Corriveau 100%
Andrew Coulouris 97%
Alan Cropsey 21%
Kevin Daley 17%
Robert Dean 100%
Cynthia Denby 22%
Larry DeShazor 94%
Andy Dillon 76%
Marie Donigan 83%
Fred Durhal, Jr. 94%
Kate Ebli 97%
Kevin Elsenheimer 23%
John Espinoza 77%
Valdemar Garcia 26%
Douglas Geiss 100%
Bob Genetski 0%
Tom George 28%
Judson Gilbert II 20%
John Gleason 85%
Lee Gonzales 84%
Kevin Green 30%
Martin Griffin 57%
Jennifer Haase 100%
Gail Haines 89%
Richard Hammel 84%
Bill Hardiman 25%
Harold Haugh 94%
Joseph Haveman 17%
Michael Huckleberry 94%
Tupac Hunter 100%
Shanelle Jackson 72%
Gilda Jacobs 93%
Mark Jansen 16%
Ron Jelinek 30%
Robert Jones 100%
Roger Kahn 17%
Andrew Kandrevas 89%
Deb Kennedy 100%
Wayne Kuipers 19%
Kenneth Kurtz 6%
Michael Lahti 94%
LaMar Lemmons, Jr. 90%
Steven Lindberg 100%
Ellen Lipton 100%
Lesia Liss 100%
Matt Lori 17%
Pete Lund 6%
Jeff Mayes 76%
Gary McDowell 92%
Michelle McManus 20%
Tom McMillin 0%
Tim Melton 100%
Kim Meltzer 29%
Fred Miller 100%
Tim Moore 26%
Chuck Moss 36%
David Nathan 94%
Judy Nerat 89%
Andy Neumann 83%
Dennis Olshove 91%
Paul Opsommer 38%
John Pappageorge 21%
Bruce Patterson 42%
Thomas Pearce 22%
Gino Polidori 90%
Michael Prusi 92%
Randy Richardville 27%
Sarah Roberts 100%
Bill Rogers 33%
Alan Sanborn 28%
Roy Schmidt 94%
Paul Scott 72%
Daniel Scripps 100%
Kate Segal 100%
Joel Sheltrown 74%
Dian Slavens 100%
Jim Slezak 100%
Alma Smith 98%
Dudley Spade 64%
Tony Stamas 21%
Woodrow Stanley 100%
Jonathan Switalski 100%
Mickey Switalski 83%
Samuel Thomas III 88%
Rashida Tlaib 94%
Sharon Tyler 50%
Mary Valentine 100%
Gerald Van Woerkom 23%
John Walsh 28%
Gretchen Whitmer 95%
Jimmy Womack 94%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

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