The PAChyderm Coalition, a Reagan Republican organization, has just released its weekly cumulative evaluations of legislators. The assessment is updated weekly until the conclusion of the legislative session. This list reflects legislative actions as of 6/27/09. It was last updated 6/30/09.
Along with the evaluations, Howard Levine writes: There has been a flurry of activity as the session comes to a close. Most scores were fairly stable, but some legislators had large changes in their scores because of some of their votes or because they did not vote. In the Senate, the general trend is that those at the bottom saw fairly large increases and those at the top are slightly lower than last week. The general trend in the House was very little change with some improvement of the lowest scorers. We’ll see what happens in the final two days of the session.