Rating Group: Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI)

2015 Positions

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State Office Name Party Rating
LA U.S. House - 4 Mike Johnson Republican 97%
LA Governor John Bel Edwards Democratic 26%
LA State House - 5 Alan Seabaugh Republican 92%
LA State House - 11 Patrick Jefferson Democratic 34%
LA State House - 19 Francis Thompson Democratic 42%
LA State House - 20 Neil Riser Republican 52%
LA State House - 23 Kenny Cox Democratic 35%
LA State House - 25 Lance Harris Republican 39%
LA State House - 35 Brett Geymann Republican 71%
LA State House - 43 Stuart Bishop Republican 90%
LA State House - 44 Vincent Pierre Democratic 29%
LA State House - 46 Michael Huval Republican 86%
LA State House - 49 Blake Miguez Republican 80%
LA State House - 51 Beryl Amedée Republican 80%
LA State House - 56 Gregory Miller Republican 73%
LA State House - 57 Randal Gaines Democratic 31%
LA State House - 64 Valarie Hodges Republican 76%
LA State House - 65 Barry Ivey Republican 99%
LA State House - 81 Clay Schexnayder Republican 49%
LA State House - 95 Sherman Mack Republican 78%
LA State House - 103 Raymond Garofalo, Jr. Republican 100%
LA State House - 104 Paul Hollis Republican 91%
LA State Senate - 2 Ed Price Democratic 32%
LA State Senate - 3 Joseph Bouie, Jr. Democratic 27%
LA State Senate - 6 Bodi White, Jr. Republican 39%
LA State Senate - 8 Patrick Connick Republican 35%
LA State Senate - 9 Cameron Henry, Jr. Republican 46%
LA State Senate - 10 Kirk Talbot Republican 59%
LA State Senate - 13 J. Rogers Pope Republican 72%
LA State Senate - 15 Regina Barrow Democratic 35%
LA State Senate - 16 Franklin Foil Republican 56%
LA State Senate - 17 Rick Ward III Republican 43%
LA State Senate - 18 Eddie Lambert Republican 35%
LA State Senate - 19 Gary Smith, Jr. Democratic 64%
LA State Senate - 21 Bret Allain II Republican 40%
LA State Senate - 22 Fred Mills, Jr. Republican 55%
LA State Senate - 23 Page Cortez Republican 64%
LA State Senate - 26 Bob Hensgens Republican 77%
LA State Senate - 34 Katrina Jackson Democratic 28%
LA State Senate - 35 Jay Morris III Republican 25%
LA State Senate - 37 Barrow Peacock Republican 39%
LA State Senate - 39 Gregory Tarver, Sr. Democratic 34%
LA Mayor - At-Large Jeff Hall Democratic 25%
LA Council Member - At-Large Helena Moreno 33%
LA Council Member - At-Large Jean-Paul Morrell Democratic 27%
LA Council Member - At-Large Thomas Willmott 82%
LA Commissioner - 5 Roy Burrell Democratic 22%
LA Treasurer John Schroder, Sr. Republican 52%
LA Mayor President - At-Large Sharon Broome 30%
Neil Abramson 97%
Bryan Adams 47%
Robert Adley 36%
John Alario, Jr. 39%
Andy Anders 34%
Conrad Appel III 39%
James Armes III 35%
Jeff Arnold 38%
Austin Badon, Jr. 27%
Taylor Barras 84%
Johnny Berthelot 45%
Robert Billiot 37%
Wesley Bishop 32%
Chris Broadwater 47%
Terry Brown 44%
Troy Brown 30%
Sherri Buffington 28%
Richard Burford 97%
Henry Burns 89%
Tim Burns 46%
Thomas Carmody, Jr. 53%
Steve Carter 51%
Norby Chabert 34%
Bubba Chaney 41%
Dan Claitor 39%
Yvonne Colomb 27%
Greg Cromer 65%
A. Crowe, Jr. 71%
Michael Danahay 70%
Jack Donahue, Jr. 39%
Gordon Dove, Sr. 65%
Dale Erdey 80%
James Fannin 32%
Albert Franklin 27%
Richard Gallot, Jr. 32%
Jerry Gisclair 28%
Elbert Guillory 90%
Mickey Guillory 23%
Johnny Guinn 84%
Joe Harrison 62%
Kenny Havard 25%
Chris Hazel 61%
David Heitmeier 18%
Dorothy Hill 68%
Frank Hoffmann 41%
Dalton Honoré 35%
Frank Howard 63%
Marcus Hunter 34%
Edward James II 35%
Ronnie Johns 32%
Robert Johnson 81%
State Office Name Party Rating
LA U.S. House - 4 Mike Johnson R 97%
LA Governor John Bel Edwards D 26%
LA State House - 5 Alan Seabaugh R 92%
LA State House - 11 Patrick Jefferson D 34%
LA State House - 19 Francis Thompson D 42%
LA State House - 20 Neil Riser R 52%
LA State House - 23 Kenny Cox D 35%
LA State House - 25 Lance Harris R 39%
LA State House - 35 Brett Geymann R 71%
LA State House - 43 Stuart Bishop R 90%
LA State House - 44 Vincent Pierre D 29%
LA State House - 46 Michael Huval R 86%
LA State House - 49 Blake Miguez R 80%
LA State House - 51 Beryl Amedée R 80%
LA State House - 56 Gregory Miller R 73%
LA State House - 57 Randal Gaines D 31%
LA State House - 64 Valarie Hodges R 76%
LA State House - 65 Barry Ivey R 99%
LA State House - 81 Clay Schexnayder R 49%
LA State House - 95 Sherman Mack R 78%
LA State House - 103 Raymond Garofalo, Jr. R 100%
LA State House - 104 Paul Hollis R 91%
LA State Senate - 2 Ed Price D 32%
LA State Senate - 3 Joseph Bouie, Jr. D 27%
LA State Senate - 6 Bodi White, Jr. R 39%
LA State Senate - 8 Patrick Connick R 35%
LA State Senate - 9 Cameron Henry, Jr. R 46%
LA State Senate - 10 Kirk Talbot R 59%
LA State Senate - 13 J. Rogers Pope R 72%
LA State Senate - 15 Regina Barrow D 35%
LA State Senate - 16 Franklin Foil R 56%
LA State Senate - 17 Rick Ward III R 43%
LA State Senate - 18 Eddie Lambert R 35%
LA State Senate - 19 Gary Smith, Jr. D 64%
LA State Senate - 21 Bret Allain II R 40%
LA State Senate - 22 Fred Mills, Jr. R 55%
LA State Senate - 23 Page Cortez R 64%
LA State Senate - 26 Bob Hensgens R 77%
LA State Senate - 34 Katrina Jackson D 28%
LA State Senate - 35 Jay Morris III R 25%
LA State Senate - 37 Barrow Peacock R 39%
LA State Senate - 39 Gregory Tarver, Sr. D 34%
LA Mayor - At-Large Jeff Hall D 25%
LA Council Member - At-Large Helena Moreno 33%
LA Council Member - At-Large Jean-Paul Morrell D 27%
LA Council Member - At-Large Thomas Willmott 82%
LA Commissioner - 5 Roy Burrell D 22%
LA Treasurer John Schroder, Sr. R 52%
LA Mayor President - At-Large Sharon Broome 30%
Neil Abramson 97%
Bryan Adams 47%
Robert Adley 36%
John Alario, Jr. 39%
Andy Anders 34%
Conrad Appel III 39%
James Armes III 35%
Jeff Arnold 38%
Austin Badon, Jr. 27%
Taylor Barras 84%
Johnny Berthelot 45%
Robert Billiot 37%
Wesley Bishop 32%
Chris Broadwater 47%
Terry Brown 44%
Troy Brown 30%
Sherri Buffington 28%
Richard Burford 97%
Henry Burns 89%
Tim Burns 46%
Thomas Carmody, Jr. 53%
Steve Carter 51%
Norby Chabert 34%
Bubba Chaney 41%
Dan Claitor 39%
Yvonne Colomb 27%
Greg Cromer 65%
A. Crowe, Jr. 71%
Michael Danahay 70%
Jack Donahue, Jr. 39%
Gordon Dove, Sr. 65%
Dale Erdey 80%
James Fannin 32%
Albert Franklin 27%
Richard Gallot, Jr. 32%
Jerry Gisclair 28%
Elbert Guillory 90%
Mickey Guillory 23%
Johnny Guinn 84%
Joe Harrison 62%
Kenny Havard 25%
Chris Hazel 61%
David Heitmeier 18%
Dorothy Hill 68%
Frank Hoffmann 41%
Dalton Honoré 35%
Frank Howard 63%
Marcus Hunter 34%
Edward James II 35%
Ronnie Johns 32%
Robert Johnson 81%
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