AZ Conservative Coalition: Updated legislative ratings

The Arizona Conservative Coalition’s (ACC) most recent legislator ratings, reflecting legislative actions as of 3/01/2013 is now available. Click here for the updated report. 

Legislators are assigned to a group based on their latest rating. Bills used in the evaluation along with the summary of criteria used to weight bills can be seen here. There is also an excellent, concise analysis of each bill considered.

Howard Levine’s weekly informative narrative, “Behind the Scenes at the ACC Legislator Report,” is definitely worth reviewing.

The folks at ACC provide individual grades for Arizona’s Republican Representatives and Senators. Check out your elected members and hold them accountable with facts.


6 Responses to AZ Conservative Coalition: Updated legislative ratings

  1. rj says:

    I just finished looking at the links you provided and I must say that I am impressed. This site is so much easier to find what you are looking for without scrolling down dozens of pages.

    I also must admit that I am not too surprised about which legislators are at the top and bottom of the lists. One thing is for sure, with 245 bills being rated, no one can complain about it being based on one or two “hot button” issues.

    Again, thanks to SeeingRedAZ for making it easy to get the real political picture. You are a blessing.

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      Thank you, rj. We are always happy to keep our readers informed on Arizona politics from the conservative perspective. These Arizona Conservative Coalition’s links to ratings and analysis are important information for all voters to review in order to make wise decisions when elections roll around.

  2. eubykdisop says:

    Apologies for posting off topic but I just have to get this story to you, SRAZ. It ties in with one of your recent articles.

    ‘We are above the law of the land’

    “Muslim’s stunning claim at Texas rally for Islam”

    “A leader for the Texas branch of the Council on American Islamic Relations has told a crowd at a rally for Islam that members of the faith really shouldn’t be bound by American law.”

    “If we are practicing Muslims, we are above the law of the land,” said Mustafa Carroll, the executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth CAIR branch, a keynote speaker at the recent rally.”

    Here is the tie in to the recent SRAZ article:

    “CAIRing in the AZ Senate: Katie Hobbs goes PC”

    “More liberal lunacy as political correctness runs amok”

    “There’s a good chance you missed the news that the Arizona Senate’s daily prayer was led using the Qu’ran — not the Bible — by the chairman of the Arizona Chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).”

    I wonder if Katie Hobbs agrees with the head of the Texas branch of CAIR that Muslims are above the law of the land?

    SRAZ has also posted articles on the ever increasing threat of courts upholding Sharia law in the U. S..

    If you should decide to post an article on this, SRAZ, please feel free to delete this post as it would then be superfluous. Thanks!

  3. eubykdisop says:

    I am also posting this off topic comment simply to bring it to the attention of SRAZ in case it wishes to do an article on it. Feel free to delete this post as well, SRAZ, at your discretion.

    “Illegals bringing drug-resistant TB to U.S.”

    “Once-defeated disease now surging, lethal for 60 percent of those infected”

    “By default, we grant health passes to illegal aliens,” wrote Madeleine Peiner Cosman, author of the report. “Yet many illegal aliens harbor fatal diseases that American medicine fought and vanquished long ago, such as drug-resistant tuberculosis, malaria, leprosy, plague, polio, dengue, and Chagas disease.”

    “Many illegals who cross our borders have tuberculosis. That disease had largely disappeared from America, thanks to excellent hygiene and powerful modern drugs such as isoniazid and rifampin. TB’s swift, deadly return now is lethal for about 60 percent of those infected because of new Multi-Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR- TB). Until recently MDR-TB was endemic to Mexico.”

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      Thank you for the important information, euby.

      • eubykdisop says:

        You’re most welcome. I know that comments are the designated way of communicating with you so I’m availing myself of that, if that’s okay with you. Not a problem if you choose to delete my communications posts. ;-)