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Andy Biggs' Ratings and Endorsements

Office: U.S. House (AZ) - District 5, Republican

On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House (AZ) - District 5

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With rare exceptions, Vote Smart displays interest group ratings as a 0-100 percentage. While many interest groups use percentages as ratings to begin with, please note that Vote Smart has translated some ratings to a percentage from a different rating system for consistency and ease in understanding. Please visit the group's website, email us at ratings@votesmart.org or call our Voter Information Hotline at 1-888-VOTESMART for more specific information.

25%
2018
100%
2005
100%
2017-2018
98%
2019-2020
100%
2017-2018
89%
2017-2018
A+
2003-2004
0%
2017
100%
2019-2020
11%
2017-2018
11%
2017-2018
0%
2017
0%
2017
100%
2017-2018
33%
2003-2004
100%
2010-2011
100%
2017-2018
80%
2017-2018
67%
2017-2018
93%
2017-2018
25%
2017-2018
86%
2017-2018
100%
2019
92%
2018
92%
2018
93%
2017
93%
2017
92%
2016
94%
2016
90%
2015
95%
2015
100%
2014
96%
2019
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2018
86%
2012
86%
2012
86%
2012
71%
2012
86%
2012
73%
2011
93%
2011
93%
2011
86%
2011
71%
2011
71%
2010
78%
2010
80%
2010
70%
2010
59%
2010
83%
2009
76%
2009
86%
2009
68%
2009
75%
2009
69%
2008
79%
2008
82%
2008
86%
2008
79
2008
67%
2007
70%
2006
76%
2005
67%
2004
66%
2003
91%
2017-2018
90%
2019
87%
2017-2018
87%
2017-2018
100%
2019-2020
100%
2019-2020
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
25%
2018
100%
2019-2020
100%
2019-2020
100%
2019-2020
100%
2017-2018
15%
2017-2018
15%
2017-2018
0%
2017
6%
2017
0%
2017
91%
2019
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
91%
2017-2018
77%
2018
100%
2018
100%
2017
100%
2017
10%
2017
7%
2019-2020
7%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
4%
2019-2020
4%
2019-2020
25%
2017
99%
2019-2020
99%
2019-2020
100%
2018
100%
2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017
100%
2017
67%
2017-2018
83%
2018
81%
2017-2018
81%
2017-2018
100%
2019-2020
92%
2018
93%
2017
93%
2017
93%
2017
93%
2017
92%
2016
94%
2016
92%
2016
94%
2016
95%
2015
95%
2015
90%
2015
90%
2015
100%
2019-2020
100%
2017-2018
100%
2017-2018
91%
2017-2018
4%
2019-2020
4%
2019-2020
7%
2019-2020
7%
2019-2020
5%
2019-2020
5%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
14%
2019-2020
4%
2019-2020
4%
2019-2020
7%
2019-2020
7%
2019-2020
0%
2019-2020
0%
2017
0%
2017
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