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Michigan Tea Party Scorecard - 2013 Q3 only

Created by rhamman

The Q3 (3rd quarter) scorecard contains only those bills scored for that quarter. See the 2013 YTD scorecard for cumulative scores.

DISCLAIMER: This report was prepared by a user of the www.michiganvotes.org site. The www.michiganvotes.org site is not responsible for the scores, nor the preferred vote.

         

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100%Your Ideal Vote >
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82%Hune, Joe @R ××--
70%Colbeck, Patrick @R X×××--
64%Caswell, Bruce @R ××××--
55%Emmons, Judy @R ×××××--
55%Hildenbrand, Dave @R ×××××--
55%Schuitmaker, Tonya @R ×××××--
50%Green, Michael @R ××××X×--
50%Pappageorge, John @R X×XXXX××--
45%Booher, Darwin @R ××××××--
45%Jansen, Mark @R ××××××--
45%Jones, Rick @R ××××××--
45%Meekhof, Arlan @R ××××××--
45%Moolenaar, John @R ××××××--
45%Nofs, Mike @R ××××××--
45%Pavlov, Phil @R ××××××--
45%Proos, John @R ××××××--
45%Robertson, David @R ××××××--
36%Rocca, Tory @R ×××××××--
27%Casperson, Tom @R ××××××××--
27%Hansen, Goeff @R ××××××××--
27%Kahn, Roger @R ××××××××--
27%Kowall, Mike @R ××××××××--
27%Marleau, Jim @R ××××××××--
27%Richardville, Randy @R ××××××××--
27%Walker, Howard @R ××××××××--
18%Ananich, Jim @D ×××××××××--
18%Anderson, Glenn @D ×××××××××--
18%Bieda, Steve @D ×××××××××--
11%Smith, Virgil @D ×××X×X××××--
9%Hopgood, Hoon-Yung @D ××××××××××--
9%Hunter, Tupac @D ××××××××××--
9%Warren, Rebekah @D ××××××××××--
9%Whitmer, Gretchen @D ××××××××××--
9%Young, Coleman, II @D ××××××××××--
0%Gregory, Vincent @D ×××××××××××--
0%Hood, Morris, III @D ××××X××××××--
0%Johnson, Bert @D ×××X××XX×××--
100%Your Ideal Vote >
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100%McMillin, Tom @R ------
100%Somerville, Patrick @R ------
86%Franz, Ray @R ×------
86%Genetski, Robert @R ×------
86%Goike, Ken @R ×------
86%Howrylak, Martin @R ×------
86%Johnson, Joel @R ×------
86%MacMaster, Greg @R ×------
86%McBroom, Edward @R ×------
86%Shirkey, Mike @R ×------
71%Bumstead, Jon @R ××------
71%Cotter, Kevin @R ××------
71%Dianda, Scott @D ××------
71%Kelly, Tim @R ××------
71%LaFontaine, Andrea @R ××------
71%Lamonte, Collene @D ××------
71%Leonard, Tom @R ××------
71%Lund, Pete @R ××------
71%O'Brien, Margaret @R ××------
71%Price, Amanda @R ××------
57%Abed, Theresa @D ×××------
57%Brinks, Winnie @D ×××------
57%Brown, Terry @D ×××------
57%Brunner, Charles @D ×××------
57%Farrington, Jeff @R ×××------
57%Greimel, Tim @D ×××------
57%Jenkins, Nancy @R ×××------
57%Kesto, Klint @R ×××------
57%Kivela, John @D ×××------
57%Kosowski, Robert @D ×××------
57%Kurtz, Kenneth @R ×××------
57%Lauwers, Dan @R ×××------
57%MacGregor, Peter @R ×××------
57%McCann, Sean @D ×××------
57%Nesbitt, Aric @R ×××------
57%Outman, Rick @R ×××------
57%Poleski, Earl @R ×××------
57%Potvin, Phil @R ×××------
57%Rendon, Bruce @R ×××------
57%Rogers, Bill @R ×××------
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57%Smiley, Charles @D ×××------
57%Stanley, Woodrow @D ×××------
57%VerHeulen, Rob @R ×××------
57%Victory, Roger @R ×××------
57%Yonker, Ken @R ×××------
50%Lori, Matt @R ×××X------
43%Bolger, James "Jase" @R ××××------
43%Callton, Mike @R ××××------
43%Clemente, Paul D. @D ××××------
43%Cochran, Tom @D ××××------
43%Crawford, Hugh @R ××××------
43%Daley, Kevin @R ××××------
43%Darany, George T. @D ××××------
43%Denby, Cindy @R ××××------
43%Dillon, Brandon @D ××××------
43%Driskell, Gretchen @D ××××------
43%Forlini, Anthony @R ××××------
43%Foster, Frank @R ××××------
43%Glardon, Ben @R ××××------
43%Graves, Joseph @R ××××------
43%Haines, Gail @R ××××------
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43%Jacobsen, Bradford @R ××××------
43%Kowall, Eileen @R ××××------
43%Lane, Marilyn @D ××××------
43%LaVoy, Bill @D ××××------
43%Lyons, Lisa @R ××××------
43%McCready, Michael @R ××××------
43%Muxlow, Paul @R ××××------
43%Oakes, Stacy Erwin @D ××××------
43%Olumba, John @D ××××------
43%Pagel, David @R ××××------
43%Pettalia, Peter @R ××××------
43%Pscholka, Al @R ××××------
43%Robinson, Rose Mary @D ××××------
43%Schmidt, Wayne @R ××××------
43%Stamas, Jim @R ××××------
43%Switalski, Jon @D ××××------
43%Walsh, John @R ××××------
43%Yanez, Henry @D ××××------
43%Zorn, Dale W. @R ××××------
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29%Banks, Brian @D ×××××------
29%Cavanagh, Phil @D ×××××------
29%Faris, Pam @D ×××××------
29%Hobbs, Rudy @D ×××××------
29%Kandrevas, Andrew @D ×××××------
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29%Santana, Harvey @D ×××××------
29%Singh, Sam @D ×××××------
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17%Nathan, David @D ××××X×------
14%Barnett, Vicki @D ××××××------
14%Durhal, Fred, III @D ××××××------
14%Geiss, Douglas @D ××××××------
14%Irwin, Jeff @D ××××××------
14%Roberts, Sarah @D ××××××------
14%Schor, Andy @D ××××××------
14%Stallworth, Thomas, III @D ××××××------
14%Talabi, Alberta Tinsley @D ××××××------
14%Tlaib, Rashida @D ××××××------
14%Townsend, Jim @D ××××××------
14%Zemke, Adam @D ××××××------
0%Hovey-Wright, Marcia @D ×XXXX××------
0%Lipton, Ellen @D ×××××××------
0%Rutledge, David E. @D X××××XX------

Marks:   Correct,  × Incorrect,  F Chamber failed to hold vote,  E Excused,  X Not Voting,  ? Ideal Vote not set,  - No vote in this chamber

 

Column Descriptions

House Bill 4714: HB 4714 - Medicaid Expansion

      (Senate Roll Call 339)

View Bill: HB 4714 - Medicaid Expansion Double Weight
Bill intentionally included twice to double the weight for this vote


Senate Bill 351: SB 351 - Clarify Fertilizer Use Restrictions
Clarify that following accepted practices prior to a 1981 law is not a violation subject to penalties
      (House Roll Call 311)      (Senate Roll Call 347)

Senate Bill 50: SB 50 - Revise ORV Use Rules
Prohibit the DNR from requiring a permit merely for organized group off road activities on state land
      (House Roll Call 275)      (Senate Roll Call 355)

House Bill 4787: HB 4787 - Increase Health Facility Rationing Fees
Increase application fees for medical facility and equipment expansion under the Certificate of Need rationing program
      (House Roll Call 281)      (Senate Roll Call 383)

Senate Bill 347: SB 347 - Expand MSHDA Developer Subsidies
Authorize MSHDA to use reserve funds to invest in private companies purchasing multifamily housing projects
      (House Roll Call 283)      (Senate Roll Call 351)

Senate Bill 257: SB 257 - Expand Business Improvement Zones
Broaden the authority of Business Improvement Zones - longer lifetime, easier to impose, more difficult to disband. These zones have the ability to tax property owners in a "zone" for mandated improvement projects
      (House Roll Call 284)      (Senate Roll Call 356)

Senate Bill 276: SB 276 - Require Community Service for Welfare
Require welfare recipients to perform community service if they are not already in a welfare-related work or training program
      (Senate Roll Call 363)

Senate Bill 315: SB 315 - Revise assesments on potato growers
increase the maximum "assessment" that can be levied on growers under a government potato marketing scheme
      (Senate Roll Call 354)

Senate Bill 397: SB 397 - Expand Corporate Subsidy
Create a 6th “Next Michigan Development Corporation,” which is a government agency that gives tax breaks and subsidies to particular corporations or developers selected by political appointees
      (Senate Roll Call 374)

House Bill 4952: HB 4952 - Halt Unemployment for Failed Drug Test
Deny unemployment benefits if a prospective employer requires a drug test as a condition of a job and the individual either refuses or fails the test
      (House Roll Call 302)

House Bill 4633: HB 4633- Mandate License Plate Replacement
Mandate license plate replacement after 10 years regardless of condition
      (House Roll Call 308)

Senate Bill 542: SB 542 - Permit more generous health benefits
Increase from $11,000 to $13,455 the “hard cap” on the amount that a local government or school district can spend for an "individual-plus-spouse" employee health care policy
      (Senate Roll Call 395)

 

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DISCLAIMER: This report was prepared by a user of the www.michiganvotes.org site. The www.michiganvotes.org site is not responsible for the scores, nor the preferred vote.