Rating Group: Montana Audubon

2011 Positions

State Office Name Party Rating
MT State House-2 Mike Cuffe R 0%
MT State House-8 Steve Lavin R 17%
MT State House-9 Randy Brodehl R 8%
MT State House-11 Derek Skees R 9%
MT State House-18 Rob Cook R 25%
MT State House-23 Bradley Maxon Hamlett D 64%
MT State House-24 Jean Price D 100%
MT State House-32 Jonathan Windy Boy D 100%
MT State House-34 Austin Knudsen R 0%
MT State House-37 Bill Harris R 0%
MT State House-42 Sharon Stewart-Peregoy D 100%
MT State House-50 Virginia Court D 100%
MT State House-54 Jeffrey Essmann R 18%
MT State House-67 Tom Burnett R 17%
MT State House-70 Kelly Flynn R 0%
MT State House-73 Jim Keane D 45%
MT State House-77 Kathy Swanson D 92%
MT State House-86 Ron Ehli R 25%
MT State House-88 Edward Greef R 17%
MT State House-91 Bryce Bennett D 100%
MT State Senate-1 Chas Vincent R 0%
MT State Senate-3 Keith Regier R 0%
MT State Senate-4 Mark Blasdel R 0%
MT State Senate-9 Llewelyn Jones R 0%
MT State Senate-10 Steve Fitzpatrick R 33%
MT State Senate-11 Ed Buttrey R 0%
MT State Senate-12 Carlie Boland D 100%
MT State Senate-13 Brian Hoven R 58%
MT State Senate-15 Ryan Osmundson R 0%
MT State Senate-16 Frank Smith D 92%
MT State Senate-19 Eric Moore R 9%
MT State Senate-20 Duane Ankney R 25%
MT State Senate-22 Douglas Kary R 17%
MT State Senate-24 Mary McNally D 100%
MT State Senate-26 Margie MacDonald D 100%
MT State Senate-27 Cary Smith R 0%
MT State Senate-29 David Howard R 0%
MT State Senate-31 Mike Phillips D 100%
MT State Senate-34 Gordon Vance R 0%
MT State Senate-36 Jeffrey Welborn R 0%
MT State Senate-37 Jon Sesso D 83%
MT State Senate-38 Edith McClafferty D 91%
MT State Senate-39 Gene Vuckovich D 64%
MT State Senate-41 Mary Caferro D 91%
MT State Senate-43 Pat Connell R 33%
MT State Senate-45 Dick Barrett D 100%
MT State Senate-46 Sue Malek D 92%
MT State Senate-47 Dan Salomon R 8%
MT State Senate-49 Diane Sands D 100%
MT State Senate-50 Tom Facey D 100%
MT Auditor Matt Rosendale R 0%
MT Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen R 9%
NA U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke R 45%
Ron Arthun 9%
Shannon Augare 91%
Joe Balyeat 18%
Liz Bangerter 50%
Debby Barrett 9%
William Beck, Sr. 0%
Tony Belcourt 92%
Gerald Bennett 0%
Tom Berry 25%
Anders Blewett 100%
Joanne Blyton 0%
Gary Branae 100%
John Brenden 0%
Taylor Brown 0%
Christy Clark 8%
Robyn Driscoll 100%
Champ Edmunds, Jr. 8%
Ron Erickson 100%
John Esp 0%
Lila Evans 22%
Tim Furey 100%
Steven Gallus 64%
Steve Gibson 33%
Kim Gillan 100%
Alan Hale 0%
Betsy Hands 92%
Kristin Hansen 0%
Robert Hawks 100%
Gordon Hendrick 0%
Ellie Hill 100%
Cynthia Hiner 83%
Greg Hinkle 9%
Roy Hollandsworth 0%
Galen Hollenbaugh 100%
Chuck Hunter 100%
Rowlie Hutton 9%
Pat Ingraham 8%
Verdell Jackson 0%
Larry Jent 100%
Christine Kaufmann 100%
Dan Kennedy 0%
Krayton Kerns 0%
Harry Klock 25%
James Knox 0%
Bob Lake 0%
Clifford Larsen 91%
Dave Lewis 0%
Cleve Loney 0%
Gary MacLaren 42%
Bill McChesney 83%
Tom McGillvray 0%
Jonathan McNiven 8%
Walter McNutt 25%
Robert Mehlhoff 92%
Mike Menahan 100%
Mike Milburn 0%
Mike Miller 25%
Michael More 9%
Lynda Moss 100%
Carmine Mowbray 9%
Terry Murphy 27%
Pat Noonan 92%
Jesse O'Hara 9%
Alan Olson 9%
Jerry O'Neil 8%
Carolyn Pease-Lopez 100%
Jim Peterson 0%
Kenneth Peterson 33%
Jason Priest 9%
Lee Randall 0%
Joe Read 0%
Scott Reichner 0%
Michele Reinhart 100%
Rick Ripley 0%
Donald Roberts 8%
Trudi Schmidt 100%
Jim Shockley 45%
Dan Skattum 0%
Sterling Small 17%
Jon Sonju 9%
Carolyn Squires 100%
Wayne Stahl 9%
Donald Steinbeisser 9%
Janna Taylor 0%
Mitch Tropila 100%
Bruce Tutvedt 0%
Kendall Van Dyk 100%
Bob Wagner 8%
Edward Walker 0%
David Wanzenried 100%
Wendy Warburton 0%
Ted Washburn 25%
Carol Williams 100%
Kathleen Williams 100%
Franke Wilmer 100%
Art Wittich 27%
Max Yates 33%

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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