Most recent PAChyderm Coalition legislative rankings

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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.

5 Responses to Most recent PAChyderm Coalition legislative rankings

  1. Republican in LD-6 says:

    Now, thanks to a significant change of politics (I guess) Sen. Carolyn Allen is only 1/2 the RINO she used to be and Jay Tibshraeny is now a Republican, like Al Melvin.

    And, somehow, Bill Konopnicki, in the House, has joined Senate partners Melvin and Tibshraeny as honest to goodness Republicans. You might be surprised to know that there are no RINOs in the House anymore.

  2. Hunter says:

    Republican in LD6, you must be having trouble reading the evaluation because you have more wrong information than correct information in your post.

    Once again, your posts regarding this evaluation are nonsense. Your latest post just confirms this.

    If you are unhappy with the way some of the legislators are rated, you should encourage them to vote better.

  3. Republican in LD-6 says:

    Wrong? There is no “wrong” data in my comments. It is taken directly from your poll.

    Allen was in the -50s, she’s now in the -20s — that’s a 50 percent improvement for her. The other RINOs in the House and Senate have been moved up the list to being Republicans. That’s just a fact.

    Now, if you have some information where I am wrong, I’d love to see it. But, if your problem is that you think I am poking fun at your poll, well, that’s just not true. I just think you have underestimated the damage those (“improved”) RINOs do to our party and our party’s platform.

  4. Hunter says:

    The lower rated legislators you refer to are not “Republicans.” They are “Bipartisan Republicans” or “Big Government Republicans.” Those are not titles to brag about at Republican LD meetings. It’s true that elections have consquences, but so do adjectives (unless you don’t understand what an adjective is).

  5. Republican in LD-6 says:

    You know, for two friends, we sure do pick at each other pretty hard.

    Yes, I know what adjectives are, as in, fat as* and dumb as*. You can have one of these sets and I’ll take the other.

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