North Carolina Independent public Policy research group      *** (NCIPPRG) ***

 

MISSION:  The primary mission of the North Carolina Public Policy Research Group (NCIPPRG) is to provide an evaluation of legislators who serve in the North Carolina General Assembly through effectiveness ratings based upon data solicited and received from only the legislators themselves.  These data are subsequently analyzed and compared to actual legislative activities and then assessed and summarized in order to provide an insightful snapshot of the effectiveness of legislators serving in the North Carolina Senate and the North Carolina House of Representatives, respectively.  The NCIPPRG reserves the right to periodically analyze and assess major political issues facing and affecting North Carolina, but the primary focus remains on the legislators, themselves.

METHODOLOGY:  Although there is at least one other major organization which offers effectiveness ratings, the North Carolina Independent Public Policy Research Group (NCIPPRG) differs in that it attempts to remove the biases inherently found in the other’s ratings by removing the biases and the ignorance of both the media and the lobbyists, otherwise included in another organization’s effectiveness ratings.  The data incorporated in the NCIPPRG’s effectiveness ratings have, historically and since the origin of these ratings, come solely from the legislators themselves and are independent of other biases previously mentioned.  Thus the NCIPPRG seeks to remove the skewing of the ratings and provide a more effective rating system.  The independent nature of the NCIPPRG’s efforts is important in that its results are totally free and devoid of those biases found in lobbyists’ and the media’s input.

            It should be noted that legislators are asked to evaluate others.  They are not allowed to rate themselves, for fear of unfairly biasing the overall results.  Legislators have been asked to evaluate other legislators (only in their respective chambers) on the basis of the following: a) ability to initiate, negotiate, direct and pass legislation; b) the ability to successfully negotiate, direct and pass key amendments; c) overall knowledge and use of knowledge in expediting, aiding and even halting (if appropriate) various legislation; and, d) the ability to successfully bring about agreement and/or “deals” in support of specific legislation.  The factors apply to both levels of legislation, in committee and on the floor of each respective chamber.

HISTORY:  The North Carolina Independent Public Policy Research Group (NCIPPRG) began rating the effectiveness of the North Carolina General Assembly’s members during the 2003-2004 biennial session.  Ratings have normally been presented every two years on the even-year (second year) “Short Session”.  This current set of effectiveness ratings is the seventh such set of effectiveness ratings.  All ratings for the previous biennial sessions, beginning with the 2003-04 session, to the present session (2015-2016) are included on this website.  Previous results from past sessions have been available to the public and anyone with internet access, typically for a minimum of six months after publication of the ratings.  Originally, these ratings were found on the internet at www.ncipprg.cjb.net and subsequently at www.ncipprg.com.  Also, it should be noted that some past sessions’ effectiveness ratings added comments to provide clarification and general notes of interest to possibly better ensure clarity to any reader and better understanding of why final effectiveness ratings were awarded.  In this current and most recent update (for this biennial legislative session), comments and clarifications have been removed from past sessions’ ratings, and only appear in the most recent ratings.  Also, for the 2011-2012 session, the NCIPPRG was joined in its efforts by the Public Policy Institute (PPI) in providing manpower and assistance with seeking and assimilating legislative data.  Unfortunately, due to no fault of its own, the PPI was not able to assist with the assessments during the two most recent biennial legislative sessions, so the methodology for the determination of the effectiveness ratings changed for these two most recent sessions.

OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION ABOUT THE NCIPPRG:  The North Carolina Independent Public Policy Research Group is not a political action committee (PAC), nor is it a 501(C)(3), or similar entity as described under the statutes of the state.  The NCIPPRG neither lobbies, nor solicits funds, nor does it make financial donations.  No salaries, benefits or other emoluments, as described by the federal Internal Revenue Service or the state’s Department of Revenue are provided to any board members or other associates. The NCIPPRG is strictly a voluntary organization which gives no endorsements and attempts only to share information with the citizens of the state and region.

            The NCIPPRG is governed by a Board of Directors, consisting of seven Directors, with an approximately equal mixture of Democrat, Unaffiliated and Republican members. Director representation has included: the western region, the piedmont/central region and the eastern region of North Carolina; and, two states affected by the actions of North Carolina’s legislature, South Carolina and Tennessee.

 

RATINGS FOR THE 2003-04 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Basnight

2.     SEN Rand

3.     SEN Hoyle

4.     SEN Clodfelter

5.     SEN Dalton

6.     SEN Kerr

7.     SEN Albertson

8.     SEN Soles

9.     SEN Swindell

10.  SEN Purcell

11.  SEN Ballentine

12.  SEN Hagan

13.  SEN Garrou

14.  SEN Lucas

15.  SEN Thomas

16.  SEN Weinstein

17.  SEN Hartsell

18.  SEN Dannelly

19.  SEN Forrester

20.  SEN Gulley*

21.  SEN Dorsett

22.  SEN Reeves

23.  SEN Foxx

24.  SEN Kinnaird

25.  SEN Rucho

26.  SEN Allran

27.  SEN Shaw

28.  SEN Carpenter

29.  SEN Carrington

30.  SEN Horton

31.  SEN Bingham

32.  SEN Jenkins

33.  SEN Berger

34.  SEN Hargett

35.  SEN Pittenger

36.  SEN Apodaca

37.  SEN Garwood

38.  SEN Smith

39.  SEN Holloman

40.  SEN Shubert

41.  SEN Brock

42.  SEN Webster

43.  SEN Moore

44.  SEN Malone

45.  SEN Queen

46.  SEN Sloan

47.  SEN Blake

48.  SEN Nesbitt**

49.  SEN Stevens

50.  SEN Tillman


*(left Senate in 2004)

**(replaced SEN Metcalf)

 

RATINGS FOR THE 2003-04 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Black

2.     REP Culpepper

3.     REP Hackney

4.     REP Morgan

5.     REP Owens

6.     REP Nye

7.     REP Brubaker

8.     REP Yongue

9.     REP Wright

10.  REP (Jim) Crawford

11.  REP Wainwright

12.  REP Sutton

13.  REP Sherrill

14.  REP Gibson

15.  REP (Gordon) Allen

16.  REP McLawhorn

17.  REP Daughtry

18.  REP Earle

19.  REP Cole

20.  REP Tolson

21.  REP Alexander

22.  REP Luebke

23.  REP Warner

24.  REP Michaux

25.  REP Insko

26.  REP McComas

27.  REP Goodwin

28.  REP Jeffus

29.  REP Hill

30.  REP Holmes

31.  REP Warren

32.  REP Howard

33.  REP Holliman

34.  REP Fox

35.  REP McMahan

36.  REP Walend

37.  REP Baker

38.  REP Saunders

39.  REP Cunningham

40.  REP Miner

41.  REP Weiss

42.  REP Clary

43.  REP (Connie) Wilson

44.  REP Church

45.  REP Creech

46.  REP Adams

47.  REP Kiser

48.  REP Bonner

49.  REP Mitchell

50.  REP Eddins

51.  REP McAllister

52.  REP Womble

53.  REP Bowie

54.  REP Allred

55.  REP Dockham

56.  REP Hunter

57.  REP Miller

58.  REP Sexton

59.  REP Starnes

60.  REP Grady

61.  REP Gillespie

62.  REP Coates

63.  REP Bell

64.  REP Ellis

65.  REP Setzer

66.  REP Lucas

67.  REP West

68.  REP Hall

69.  REP (Gene) Wilson

70.  REP Frye

71.  REP (Linda) Johnson

72.  REP Justus

73.  REP Blust

74.  REP Culp

75.  REP Gulley

76.  REP Barnhart

77.  REP Hilton

78.  REP Rayfield

79.  REP Barbee

80.  REP Capps

81.  REP Preston

82.  REP Stern

83.  REP Walker

84.  REP Ross

85.  REP Blackwood

86.  REP Decker

87.  REP Gorman

88.  REP Rhodes

89.  REP Stiller

90.  REP McHenry

91.  REP Lewis

92.  REP Glazier

93.  REP Justice

94.  REP Harrell

95.  REP Munford

96.  REP Pate

97.  REP McGee

98.  REP Moore

99.  REP Wood

100.                   REP Ray

101.                   REP England

102.                   Daughtridge

103.                   REP Dickson

104.                   REP Laroque

105.                   REP Sauls

106.                   REP K. Williams

107.                   REP C. Johnson

108.                   REP Butterfield

109.                   REP L. Allen

110.                   REP Jones

111.                   REP Carney

112.                   REP B. Allen

113.                   REP Haire

114.                   REP Parmon

115.                   REP A. Williams

116.                   REP Bordsen

117.                   REP Rapp

118.                   REP Steen*

119.                   REP Goforth

120.                   REP Fisher*

*(Replacements for other legislators)

 

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2005-06 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Basnight

2.     SEN Rand

3.     SEN Hoyle

4.     SEN Clodfelter

5.     SEN Albertson

6.     SEN Dalton

7.     SEN Kerr

8.     SEN Soles

9.     SEN Hagan

10.  SEN Garrou

11.  SEN P. Berger

12.  SEN Purcell

13.  SEN Swindell

14.  SEN Lucas

15.  SEN Dannelly

16.  SEN Thomas (resgn’d)

17.  SEN Holloman

18.  SEN Weinstein

19.  SEN Shaw

20.  SEN Kinnaird

21.  SEN Hartsell

22.  SEN Forrester

23.  SEN Smith

24.  SEN Dorsett

25.  SEN Cowell

26.  SEN Nesbitt

27.  SEN Bingham

28.  SEN Jenkins

29.  SEN D. Berger

30.  SEN Apodaca

31.  SEN Graham

32.  SEN Malone

33.  SEN Atwater

34.  SEN Horton (dec’d)

35.  SEN Allran

36.  SEN Pittenger

37.  SEN Brock

38.  SEN Stevens

39.  SEN Tillman

40.  SEN Presnell

41.  SEN Goodall

42.  SEN Hunt

43.  SEN Jacumin

44.  SEN East

45.  SEN Blake

46.  SEN Brown

47.  SEN Webster

48.  SEN Boseman

49.  SEN Snow

50.  SEN Garwood


 

RATINGS FOR THE 2005-06 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Black

2.     REP Hackney

3.     REP Culpepper (res’d)

4.     REP Owens

5.     REP Crawford

6.     REP Nye

7.     REP Yongue

8.     REP Wright

9.     REP Wainwright

10.  REP Luebke

11.  REP Morgan

12.  REP Cole

13.  REP Gibson

14.  REP Tolson

15.  REP Earle

16.  REP McLawhorn

17.  REP Sutton

18.  REP Sherrill

19.  REP Brubaker

20.  REP Michaux

21.  REP Alexander

22.  REP Jeffus

23.  REP Glazier

24.  REP Saunders

25.  REP Hill

26.  REP Insko

27.  REP Cunningham

28.  REP Warren

29.  REP Howard

30.  REP kiser

31.  REP Holliman

32.  REP Tucker

33.  REP Weiss

34.  REP Adams

35.  REP Bell

36.  REP Church

37.  REP Daughtry

38.  REP Lucas

39.  REP McAllister

40.  REP Underhill

41.  REP womble

42.  REP Ross

43.  REP Miller (res’d)

44.  REP Hunter

45.  REP B. Allen

46.  REP Gillespie

47.  REP Coates

48.  REP Walend

49.  REP Coleman

50.  REP Butterfield

51.  REP Harrison

52.  REP Carney

53.  REP McMaham

54.  REP Holmes

55.  REP Clary

56.  REP McComas

57.  REP Dockham

58.  REP West

59.  REP Starnes

60.  REP Eddins

61.  REP Stam

62.  REP Bordsen

63.  REP Dickson

64.  REP Parmon

65.  REP Setzer

66.  REP Faison

67.  REP Allred

68.  REP L. Allen

69.  REP (Earl) Jones

70.  REP Grady

71.  REP Johnson

72.  REP Hilton

73.  REP Preston

74.  REP Justus

75.  REP Barnhart

76.  REP Gulley

77.  REP Culp

78.  REP Stiller

79.  REP Pate

80.  REP Blackwood

81.  REP Justice

82.  REP Frye

83.  REP Blust

84.  REP Martin

85.  REP Wilson

86.  REP Harrell

87.  REP Wilkins

88.  REP Goodwin

89.  REP Capps

90.  REP Rayfield

91.  REP Ray

92.  REP Walker

93.  REP Daughtridge

94.  REP Sauls

95.  REP Moore

96.  REP McGee

97.  REP Steen

98.  REP Pierce

99.  REP Williams

100.                   REP Wray

101.                   REP Vinson

102.                   REP Dollar

103.                   REP England

104.                   REP Wiley

105.                   REP Current

106.                   REP Brown

107.                   REP Langdon

108.                   REP Folwell

109.                   REP Cleveland

110.                   REP Almond

111.                   REP Hollo

112.                   REP Lewis

113.                   REP Holloway

114.                   REP Rapp

115.                   REP Laroque

116.                   REP Haire

117.                   REP Rhodes

118.                   REP Goforth

119.                   REP Fisher

120.                   REP (Ed) Jones

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2007-08 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Basnight

2.     SEN Rand

3.     SEN Clodfelter

4.     SEN Dalton

5.     SEN Hagan

6.     SEN Hoyle

7.     SEN Garrou

8.     SEN Swindell

9.     SEN Albertson

10.  SEN Soles

11.  SEN Purcell

12.  SEN Dannelly

13.  SEN Kerr

14.  SEN Nesbitt

15.  SEN P. Berger

16.  SEN Weinstein

17.  SEN Kinnaird

18.  SEN Jenkins

19.  SEN Apodaca

20.  SEN Cowell

21.  SEN Hartsell

22.  SEN Shaw

23.  SEN Smith

24.  SEN Dorsett

25.  SEN Forrester

26.  SEN Graham

27.  SEN Snow

28.  SEN Foriest

29.  SEN Bingham

30.  SEN Atwater

31.  SEN Allran

32.  SEN Malone

33.  SEN Goodall

34.  SEN Jacumin

35.  SEN Brock

36.  SEN Preston

37.  SEN Tillman

38.  SEN Blake

39.  SEN Hunt

40.  SEN Stevens

41.  SEN East

42.  SEN Brunstetter

43.  SEN D. Berger

44.  SEN Brown

45.  SEN Queen

46.  SEN Goss

47.  SEN Boseman

48.  SEN Jones*

49.  SEN McKissick*

50.  SEN Rucho*

*(Replaced SENs Holloman, Lucas and Pittenger, respectively)


 

RATINGS FOR THE 2007-08 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Hackney

2.     REP Crawford

3.     REP Holliman

4.     REP Owens

5.     REP Blue

6.     REP Cole

7.     REP Wainwright

8.     REP Tolson

9.     REP Yongue

10.  REP Luebke

11.  REP Gibson

12.  REP McLawhorn

13.  REP Saunders

14.  REP Michaux

15.  REP Insko

16.  REP Hill

17.  REP E. Warren

18.  REP Sutton

19.  REP Jeffus

20.  REP Brubaker

21.  REP Earle

22.  REP M. Alexander

23.  REP Carney

24.  REP Stam

25.  REP Glazier

26.  REP Ross

27.  REP Weiss

28.  REP Tucker

29.  REP Howard

30.  REP Bell

31.  REP McComas

32.  REP Adams

33.  REP Church

34.  REP Underhill

35.  REP Kiser

36.  REP Coates

37.  REP Daughtry

38.  REP Dickson

39.  REP Allen

40.  REP McAllister

41.  REP Coleman

42.  REP England

43.  REP Lucas

44.  REP Butterfield

45.  REP McGee

46.  REP Womble

47.  REP Harrison

48.  REP Holmes

49.  REP Walend

50.  REP Haire

51.  REP Bordsen

52.  REP Love

53.  REP Clary

54.  REP West

55.  REP Justice

56.  REP Parmon

57.  REP Grady

58.  REP Jones

59.  REP Dollar

60.  REP Gillespie

61.  REP Rapp

62.  REP Martin

63.  REP T. Harrell

64.  REP R. Warren

65.  REP Wray

66.  REP Daughtridge

67.  REP Williams

68.  REP Faison

69.  REP Killian

70.  REP J. Harrell

71.  REP Goodwin

72.  REP Hall

73.  REP Dockham

74.  REP Pierce

75.  REP Blust

76.  REP Brisson

77.  REP Blackwood

78.  REP Braxton

79.  REP Allred

80.  REP Spear

81.  REP Cotham*

82.  REP Grady

83.  REP Folwell

84.  REP Gulley

85.  REP Justus

86.  REP Mobley*

87.  REP Hilton

88.  REP Johson

89.  REP Barnhart

90.  REP Setzer

91.  REP Starnes

92.  REP Walker

93.  REP Wilkins

94.  REP Bryant*

95.  REP Pate

96.  REP Stiller

97.  REP Thomas

98.  REP Ray

99.  REP Lewis

100.                   REP Moore

101.                   REP Steen

102.                   REP Current

103.                   REP Langdon

104.                   REP Cleveland

105.                   REP Brown

106.                   REP Holloway

107.                   REP Frye

108.                   REP Tarleton

109.                   REP Furr*

110.                   REP Tillis

111.                   REP Samuelson

112.                   REP Fisher

113.                   REP Hurley

114.                   REP Wiley

115.                   REP Neumann

116.                   REP Avila

117.                   REP Goforth

118.                   REP McElraft

119.                   REP Hughes*

120.                   K. Alexander*

*(denotes that these replaced other REPs)

 



RATINGS FOR THE 2009-10 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Basnight

2.     SEN Rand (res’d)

3.     SEN Nesbitt

4.     SEN Clodfelter

5.     SEN Garrou

6.     SEN Hoyle

7.     SEN Swindell

8.     SEN Purcell

9.     SEN Albertson

10.  SEN Blue

11.  SEN Kinnaird

12.  SEN Dannelly

13.  SEN P. Berger

14.  SEN Dorsett

15.  SEN Jenkins

16.  SEN Hartsell

17.  SEN Soles

18.  SEN Foriest

19.  SEN Jones

20.  SEN Apodaca

21.  SEN Snow

22.  SEN Berger

23.  SEN Graham

24.  SEN Rucho

25.  SEN Stein

26.  SEN McKissick

27.  SEN Hunt

28.  SEN Preston

29.  SEN Vaughn

30.  SEN Goss

31.  SEN Queen

32.  SEN Atwater

33.  SEN Brown

34.  SEN Forrester

35.  SEN Allran

36.  SEN Brunstetter

37.  SEN Shaw

38.  SEN Bingham

39.  SEN Tillman

40.  SEN Clary

41.  SEN  Brock

42.  SEN Blake

43.  SEN Jacumin

44.  SEN Goodall

45.  SEN Davis

46.  SEN Rouzer

47.  SEN Boseman

48.  SEN Stevens

49.  SEN East

50.  SEN Walters* (replcmt)

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2009-10 N.C. LEGISLATURE                                                                                                                                       STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Hackney

2.     REP  Glazier

3.     REP Owens

4.     REP  Michaux

5.     REP Holliman

6.     REP Wainwright

7.     REP Gibson

8.     REP Ross

9.     REP Weiss

10.  REP Stam

11.  REP Luebke

12.  REP L. Hall

13.  REP Yongue

14.  REP Tolson

15.  REP P. Harrison

16.  REP Martin

17.  REP Insko

18.  REP J. Crawford

19.  REP Cole

20.  REP England

21.  REP Dollar

22.  REP Goodwin

23.  REP Carney

24.  REP Adams

25.  REP McLawhorn

26.  REP Lucas

27.  REP  Womble

28.  REP Brubaker

29.  REP M. Alexander

30.  REP R. Warren

31.  REP D. Folwell

32.  REP E. Warren

33.  REP Tillis

34.  REP Barnhart

35.  REP Bryant

36.  REP  Jeffus

37.  REP Goforth (res’d)

38.  REP Faison

39.  REP Parmon

40.  REP Butterfield

41.  REP Rapp

42.  REP K. Alexander

43.  REP Sutton

44.  REP Howard

45.  REP Cotham

46.  REP Wilkins

47.  REP L. Bell

48.  REP Haire

49.  REP Holloway

50.  REP McComas

51.  REP Earle

52.  REP Underhill

53.  REP Daughtry

54.  REP R. Tucker

55.  REP Spear

56.  REP  M. Wray

57.  REP Dickson(res’d)

58.  REP D. Hill

59.  REP Coates

60.  REP Tarleton

61.  REP Brisson

62.  REP Rhyne

63.  REP Bordsen

64.  REP Love

65.  REP Fisher

66.  REP Gillespie

67.  REP Pierce

68.  REP C. Justice

69.  REP McGee

70.  REP Williams

71.  REP Mackey

72.  REP Killian

73.  REP Cleveland

74.  REP Dockham

75.  REP L. Johnson

76.  REP Gulley

77.  REP West

78.  REP Whilden

79.  REP Floyd

80.  REP E. Jones

81.  REP Setzer

82.  REP Starnes

83.  REP Steen

84.  REP Mobley

85.  REP Braxton

86.  REP Stewart

87.  REP Blackwood

88.  REP Blust

89.  REP Hilton

90.  REP Hughes

91.  REP Grady

92.  REP Lewis

93.  REP Mills

94.  REP Samuelson

95.  REP Guice

96.  REP Avila

97.  REP Current

98.  REP Justus

99.  REP Frye

100. REP McGee

101. REP Wiley

102. REP Blackwell

103. REP Stevens

104. REP Moore

105. REP Stevens

106. REP B.-Floyd

107. REP L. Allen(res’d)

108. REP Boles

109. REP Hurley

110. REP Langdon

111. REP Burr

112. REP McElraft

113. REP Sager

114. REP McCormick

115. REP Randleman

116. REP Neumann

117. REP Brown

118. REP D. Jackson**

119. REP Ingle**

120. REP  Gill**

**(Longest serving replacements for REPs who resigned)

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2011-12 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN P. Berger

2.     SEN Apodaca

3.     SEN Brunstetter

4.     SEN Hartsell

5.     SEN Brown

6.     SEN Allran

7.     SEN Rucho

8.     SEN Bingham

9.     SEN Blake

10.  SEN East

11.  SEN Preston

12.  SEN Stevens

13.  SEN Tillman

14.  SEN Hunt

15.  SEN Brock

16.  SEN Nesbitt

17.  SEN Pate

18.  SEN Rouzer

19.  SEN Hise

20.  SEN Davis

21.  SEN Purcell

22.  SEN Harrington

23.  SEN Soucek

24.  SEN Daniel

25.  SEN Meredith

26.  SEN Goolsby

27.  SEN Tucker

28.  SEN Clodfelter

29.  SEN Jackson

30.  SEN Gunn

31.  SEN Rabon

32.  SEN Newton

33.  SEN Blue

34.  SEN Dannelly

35.  SEN Kinnaird

36.  SEN Garrou

37.  SEN Carney (appt’d replacement)

38.  SEN Westmoreland (appt’d replacement)

39.  SEN Jenkins

40.  SEN D. Berger

41.  SEN Jones

42.  SEN Atwater

43.  SEN McKissick

44.  SEN Vaughn

45.  SEN Stein

46.  SEN Walters

47.  SEN Mansfield

48.  SEN Graham

49.  SEN   White (appt’d replacement)

50.  SEN Robinson


 


 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2011-12 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Tillis

2.     REP Stam

3.     REP Folwell

4.     REP Brubaker

5.     REP Gillespie

6.     REP Daughtry

7.     REP Howard

8.     REP McComas

9.     REP Dockham

10.  REP Starnes

11.  REP Setzer

12.  REP Blust

13.  REP West

14.  REP Johnson

15.  REP Hilton

16.  REP Crawford

17.  REP Justice

18.  REP McGee

19.  REP T. Moore

20.  REP Hackney

21.  REP Lewis

22.  REP Owens

23.  REP Steen

24.  REP Current

25.  REP Walend

26.  REP Dollar

27.  REP Frye

28.  REP Cleveland

29.  REP L. Brown (dec’d)

30.  REP Holloway

31.  REP Langdon

32.  REP Killian

33.  REP Laroque (res’d)

34.  REP Samuelson

35.  REP Avila

36.  REP Hurley

37.  REP McElraft

38.  REP Sager

39.  REP Moffitt

40.  REP Blackwell

41.  REP Mills

42.  REP Randleman

43.  REP Burr

44.  REP Boles

45.  REP Stevens

46.  REP McCormick

47.  REP Hollo

48.  REP McGrady

49.  REP Michaux

50.  REP Brawley

51.  REP Iler

52.  REP Ingle

53.  REP Jordan

54.  REP Torbett

55.  REP Faircloth

56.  REP Hager

57.  REP Hastings

58.  REP H. Warren

59.  REP Horn

60.  REP Tolson

61.  REP R. Brown

62.  REP Dixon

63.  REP Pridgen

64.  REP Jones

65.  REP Bradley

66.  REP Cook

67.  REP Shephard

68.  REP Collins

69.  REP Stone

70.  REP Sanderson

71.  REP Murry

72.  REP Saine

73.  REP Pittman

74.  REP Hill

75.  REP Jeffus

76.  REP Wainwright (dec’d)

77.  REP Luebke

78.  REP M. Alexander

79.  REP Haire

80.  REP Insko

81.  REP McLawhorn

82.  REP Rapp

83.  REP E. Warren

84.  REP Womble

85.  REP Adams

86.  REP Bordsen

87.  REP Earle

88.  REP Glazier

89.  REP Harrison

90.  REP Faison

91.  REP Lucas

92.  REP Parmon

93.  REP Ross

94.  REP Weiss

95.  REP Bell

96.  REP Carney

97.  REP Butterfield

98.  REP Hall

99.  REP Wray

100.                   REP Wilkins

101.                   REP Pierce

102.                   REP Martin

103.                   REP Cotham

104.                   REP Floyd

105.                   REP Spear

106.                   REP Jackson

107.                   RP K. Alexander

108.                   REP Bryant

109.                   REP Brisson

110.                   REP Mobley

111.                   REP Parfitt

112.                   REP R. Moore

113.                   REP Gill

114.                   REP Fisher

115.                   REP Brandon

116.                   REP Keever

117.                   REP Hamilton

118.                   REP Goodman

119.                   REP Graham

120.                   REP McGuirt (appt’d to replace REP G. Pryor – 03/11/11)

 


 

RATINGS FOR THE 2013 -14 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Berger

2.     SEN Apodaca

3.     SEN Allran

4.     SEN Rucho

5.     SEN Hartsell

6.     SEN Tillman

7.     SEN Brock

8.     SEN Brown

9.     SEN Hunt

10.  SEN Basnight (res’d)

11.  SEN Brunstetter

12.  SEN Pate

13.  SEN Nesbitt (pre-death)

14.  SEN Newton

15.  SEN Blue

16.  SEN Tucker

17.  SEN Goolsby

18.  SEN Rabon

19.  SEN Daniel

20.  SEN Clodfelter

21.  SEN Soucek

22.  SEN Harrington

23.  SEN Gunn

24.  SEN J. Davis

25.  SEN Hise

26.  SEN Jackson

27.  SEN Meredith

28.  SEN Barringer

29.  SEN Kinnaird

30.  SEN Randleman

31.  SEN Jenkins

32.  SEN Sanderson

33.  SEN Tarte

34.  SEN Graham

35.  SEN Wade

36.  SEN Rabin

37.  SEN Cook

38.  SEN Curtis

39.  SEN Barefoot

40.  SEN Stein

41.  SEN Hunt

42.  SEN Parmon

43.  SEN McKissick

44.  SEN Robinson

45.  SEN Walters

46.  SEN Woodard

47.  SEN Ford

48.  SEN McLaurin

49.  SEN D. Davis

50.  SEN Clark

51.  SEN Bryant (replaced Basnight)

52.  SEN Van Duyn (replac’d Nesbitt)

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2013-14 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Tillis

2.     REP Stam

3.     REP Daughtry

4.     REP Howard

5.     REP Dockham

6.     REP Starnes

7.     REP Hager

8.     REP Setzer

9.     REP Blust

10.  REP West

11.  REP Johnson

12.  REP T. Moore

13.  REP Lewis

14.  REP Dollar

15.  REP Cleveland

16.  REP Holloway

17.  REP Samuelson

18.  REP Moffitt

19.  REP Langdon

20.  REP Avila

21.  REP Hurley

22.  REP McElraft

23.  REP Blackwell

24.  REP Burr

25.  REP Boles

26.  REP Hollo

27.  REP McGrady

28.  REP Michaux

29.  REP W. Brawley

30.  REP Iler

31.  REP Jordan

32.  REP Torbett

33.  REP Faircloth

34.  REP Hastings

35.  REP H. Warren

36.  REP Horn

37.  REP Tolson

38.  REP R. Brown

39.  REP Dixon

40.  REP Jones

41.  REP Shepard

42.  REP Collins

43.  REP Stone

44.  REP Saine

45.  REP Murry

46.  REP Pittman

47.  REP Luebke

48.  REP R. Brawley

49.  REP S. Martin

50.  REP Szoka

51.  REP S. Stevens

52.  REP J. Bell

53.  REP Hardister

54.  REP Fulghum

55.  REP Presnell

56.  REP J. Schaffer

57.  REP Whitmire

58.  REP Arp

59.  REP Conrad

60.  REP Ramsey

61.  REP Glazier

62.  REP Jeter

63.  REP Wells

64.  REP Lambeth

65.  REP Davis

66.  REP Malone

67.  REP Riddell

68.  REP Turner

69.  REP Bumgardner

70.  REP C. Ford

71.  REP McNeill

72.  REP Catlin

73.  REP Brody

74.  REP Dobson

75.  REP Ross

76.  REP Millis

77.  REP Steinburg

78.  REP Elmore

79.  REP Bryan

80.  REP Speciale

81.  REP B. Brown

82.  REP Earle

83.  REP Insko

84.  REP Harrison

85.  REP Lucas

86.  REP D. Ross

87.  REP F.-Butterfield

88.  REP Carney

89.  REP L. Hall

90.  REP L. Bell

91.  REP Wilkins

92.  REP Pierce

93.  REP Cotham

94.  REP Floyd

95.  REP D. Hall

96.  REP Spear

97.  REP Jackson

98.  REP K. Alexander

99.  REP Brisson

100.                   REP Mobley

101.                   REP R. Moore

102.                   REP Gill

103.                   REP Brandon

104.                   REP Keever

105.                   REP Goodman

106.                   REP G. Graham

107.                   REP Wray

108.                   REP C. Graham

109.                   REP Cunningham

110.                   REP McManus

111.                   REP Queen

112.                   REP Baskerville

113.                   REP Foushee

114.                   REP Terry

115.                   REP Fisher

116.                   REP Hanes

117.                   REP Hamilton

118.                   REP Holley

119.                   REP Tine

120.                   REP Waddell

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2015-2016 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE SENATE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 50, the “least effective”)


1.     SEN Berger

2.     SEN Apodaca

3.     SEN Rucho

4.     SEN Hartsell

5.     SEN Tillman

6.     SEN Bingham

7.     SEN Brown

8.     SEN Brock

9.     SEN Pate

10.  SEN Newton

11.  SEN Tucker

12.  SEN Blue

13.  SEN Rabon

14.  SEN Daniel

15.  SEN Soucek

16.  SEN Harrington

17.  SEN J. Davis

18.  SEN Gunn

19.  SEN Hise

20.  SEN B. JacksonSEN Meredith

21.  SEN Barringer

22.  SEN Randleman

23.  SEN Sanderson

24.  SEN Alexander

25.  SEN Tarte

26.  SEN Krawiec

27.  SEN Rabin

28.  SEN Wade

29.  SEN Cook

30.  SEN Curtis

31.  SEN Barefoot

32.  SEN Stein

33.  SEN McKissick

34.  SEN Wells

35.  SEN McInnis

36.  SEN Lee

37.  SEN Robinson

38.  SEN Woodard

39.  SEN Ford

40.  SEN Clark

41.  SEN Bryant

42.  SEN D. Davis

43.  SEN Foushee

44.  SEN J. Jackson

45.  SEN Van Duyn

46.  SEN Waddell

47.  SEN Smith

48.  SEN S.-Ingram

49.  SEN Lowe

 

 


RATINGS FOR THE 2015-16 N.C. LEGISLATURE

STATE HOUSE (Number 1, the “most effective”, through Number 120, the “least effective”)


1.     REP Moore

2.     REP Stam

3.     REP Hager

4.     REP Daughtry

5.     REP Howard

6.     REP Avila

7.     REP J. Bell

8.     REP L. Johnson

9.     REP Lewis

10.  REP Dollar

11.  REP Blust

12.  REP Cleveland

13.  REP Setzer

14.  REP West

15.  REP Hurley

16.  REP Holloway

17.  REP Langdon

18.  REP Blackwell

19.  REP Torbett

20.  REP McElraft

21.  REP Brawley

22.  REP Jordan

23.  REP McGrady

24.  REP Burr

25.  REP Boles

26.  REP Hastings

27.  REP Warren

28.  REP Iler

29.  REP Faircloth

30.  REP Horn

31.  REP Michaux

32.  REP R. Brown

33.  REP Dixon

34.  REP Jones

35.  REP Szoka

36.  REP Stevens

37.  REP Pittman

38.  REP Saine

39.  REP S. Martin

40.  REP Shepard

41.  REP Collins

42.  REP Hardister

43.  REP Whitmire

44.  REP Arp

45.  REP Schaffer

46.  REP Presnell

47.  REP Robinson

48.  REP Conrad

49.  REP Luebke

50.  REP Jeter

51.  REP Lambeth

52.  REP Davis

53.  REP R. Turner

54.  REP Glazier

55.  REP Malone

56.  REP Riddell

57.  REP C. Ford

58.  REP Dobson

59.  REP Ross

60.  REP Catlin

61.  REP Millis

62.  REP Brody

63.  REP McNeill

64.  REP Bumgardner

65.  REP Elmore

66.  REP Speciale

67.  REP Bryan

68.  REP Steinburg

69.  REP B. Brown

70.  REP Insko

71.  REP Carney

72.  REP F.-Butterfield

73.  REP Earle

74.  REP Lucas

75.  REP Harrison

76.  REP L. Bell

77.  REP L. Hall

78.  REP Cotham

79.  REP Floyd

80.  REP D. Hall

81.  REP Pierce

82.  REP Jackson

83.  REP Brisson

84.  REP R. Moore

85.  REP Alexander

86.  REP Gill

87.  REP Wray

88.  REP G. Graham

89.  REP Goodman

90.  REP Cunningham

91.  REP Baskerville

92.  REP Queen

93.  REP C. Graham

94.  REP Terry

95.  REP Hanes

96.  REP Holley

97.  REP Hamilton

98.  REP Waddell

99.  REP Tine

100.                   REP Pendleton

101.                   REP Yarborough

102.                   REP Adams

103.                   REP Bradford

104.                   REP Zachary

105.                   REP Fraley

106.                   REP Watford

107.                   REP Bishop

108.                   REP G. Martin

109.                   REP Willingham

110.                   REP Turner

111.                   REP Richardson

112.                   REP Meyer

113.                   REP Reives

114.                   REP Fisher

115.                   REP R. Johnson

116.                   REP Adcock

117.                   REP Hunter

118.                   REP Salmon

119.                   REP Brockman

120.                   REP Ager