State Signers of the Taxpayer Protection Pledge

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1 1920 L Street, NW Suite 200 Washington, DC CONTACT: Sandra Fabry Fax Elizabeth Karasmeighan State Signers of the Taxpayer Protection Pledge YOUR STATE Taxpayer Protection Pledge I,, pledge to the taxpayers of the District of the State of and to all the people of this state, that I will oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes. (listed alphabetically within respective chamber) 1307 Legislators as of Friday, July 07, 2006, 11:54 AM 6 Governors, 6 Lieutenant Governors, 3 Attorneys General, 3 Secretaries of State, 2 Treasurers, and 1 Board of Equalization Member (for the current list of incumbent Pledge signers please go to: Boldfaced font denotes leadership position. Underlined font denotes new pledge signer ** denotes Taxpayer Protection Caucus Chair. ALABAMA Att. Gen. Troy King 5 Senators of 35 (14%) Gerald Dial (S-13) Larry Dixon (S-25) Hank Erwin (S-14) Jimmy W. Holley (S-31) Harri Anne Smith (S-29) 14 House members of 105 (13%) Gerald Allen (H-62) Duwayne Bridges (H-38) Jim Carns (H-48) Steve Clouse (H-93) Lea Fite (H-40) Craig Ford (H-28) Rusty Glover (H-34) Bobby G. Humphryes (H-15) Richard Laird (H-37) James Martin, Sr. (H-42) Mary Sue McClurkin (H-43) Neal Morrison (H-12) Terry Spicer (H-91) Lesley Vance (H-80) ALASKA 3 Senators of 20 (15%) John J. Cowdery (S-O) Fred Dyson (S-I) Lyda N. Green (S-G) 3 House members of 40 (8%) Jim Holm (H-9) Vic Kohring (H-14) Norm Rokeberg (H-27) ARIZONA Treasurer Dave Petersen 11 Senators of 30 (37%) Kenneth Bennett (S-1) Robert Blendu (S-12) Bob Burns (S-9) Ron Gould (S-3) Linda Gray (S-10)

2 Jack Harper (S-4) John Huppenthal (S-20) Barbara Leff (S-11) Dean Martin (S-6)** Jay Tibshraeny (S-21) Thayer Verschoor (S-22) 18 House members of 60 (30%) John M. Allen (H-11) Ray Barnes (H-7) Andy Biggs (H-22) Julie Burges (H-4) Pamela Gorman (H-6) Chuck Gray (H-19) Trish Groe (H-3) Laura Knaperek (H-17) Bill Konopnicki (H-5) Rick Murphy (H-9) Warde V. Nichols (H-21)** Jonathan Paton (H-30) Russell Pearce (H-29) Gary Pierce (H-19) Colette Rosati (H-8) David Burnell Smith (H-7) Bob Stump (H-9) Jerry Weiers (H-12) ARKANSAS 2 Senators of 35 (6%) Bobby L. Glover (S-28) Jim Holt (S-35) 1 House member of 100 (1%) Mark Martin (H-87) CALIFORNIA Board of Equalization: Bill Leonard City Council, La Mesa: Barry Jantz 11 Senators of 40 (28%) Sam Aanestad (S-4) Dick Ackerman (S-33) Roy Ashburn (S-18) Jim Battin (S-37) Jeff Denham (S-12) Bob Dutton (S-31) Dennis Hollingsworth (S-36) Tom McClintock (S-19)** Bill Morrow (S-38) Charles Poochigian (S-14) George Runner (S-17) 24 House members of 80 (30%) Greg Aghazarian (H-26) Sam Blakeslee (H-33) Russ Bogh (H-65) David Cogdill (H-25) Chuck DeVore (H-70) Bonnie Garcia (H-80) Tom Harman (H-67) Ray Haynes (H-66)** Guy S. Houston (H-15) Rick Keene (H-3) Doug LaMalfa (H-2) Jay La Suer (H-77) Bill Maze (H-34) Kevin McCarthy (H-32) Dennis Mountjoy (H-59) Alan Nakanishi (H-10) George Plescia (H-75) Sharon Runner (H-36) Audra Strickland (H-37) Todd Spitzer (H-71) Van Tran (H-68) Mike Villines (H-29) Mimi Walters (H-73) Mark Wyland (H-74) COLORADO Gov. Bill Owens 7 Senators of 35 (20%) Greg Brophy (S-1)** John Evans (S-30) Ed Jones (S-11) Kenneth Kester (S-2) Doug Lamborn (S-9)** Ron May (S-10) Dave Owen (S-13) 13 House members of 65 (20%) David Balmer (H-39) Bill L. Cadman (H-15) Mark Cloer (H-17) Richard Decker (H-19) Lynn Christian Hefley (H-20) Keith King (H-21) Mark Larson (H-59) Larry Liston (H-16) Kevin Lundberg (H-49) David Schultheis (H-14) Joe Stengel (H-38) Jim Welker (H-51) John Witwer (H-25) CONNECTICUT 3 Senators of 36 (8%) Catherine Cook (S-18) Joe Crisco (S-17) John A. Kissel (S-7) 16 House members of 151 (11%) Anthony J. D Amelio (H-71) Ruth C. Fahrbach (H-61) Richard Ferrari (H-62) Marilyn Giuliano (H-23) Sonya F. Googins (H-31) Leonard C. Greene (H-105) William A. Hamzy (H-78) DebraLee Hovey (H-112) Lawrence G. Miller (H-122) Selim Noujaim (H-74) T.R. Rowe (H-123) Anne Ruwet (H-65) Jack Stone (H-134) Cathy Tymniak (H-133) Sean Williams (H-68) Lenny Winkler (H-41) DELAWARE 1 Senator of 21 (5%) Robert Venables, Sr. (S-21) 5 House members of 41 (12%) J. Benjamin Ewing (H-35) Tina Fallon (H-39) Vincent Lofink (H-27) William Oberle, Jr. (H-24) Pamela Thornburg (H-29) FLORIDA 12 Senators of 40 (30%) Nancy Argenziano (S-3) Jeff Atwater (S-25) Carey Baker (S-20) Mike Fasano (S-11)** Mike Haridopolos (S-26)** Durell Peaden (S-2) Bill Posey (S-24) Ken Pruitt (S-28) Burt Saunders (S-37) Jim Sebesta (S-16) Daniel Webster (S-9) Stephen Wise (S-5) 35 House members of 120 (29%) Frank Attkisson (H-79) Dennis Baxley (H-24) Aaron Bean (H-12) Allen Bense (H-6) Gus Bilirakis (H-48) Fredrick C. Brummer (H-38) Dean Cannon (H-35) Jennifer Carroll (H-13) Donna Clarke (H-69) Larry Cretul (H-22) Don Davis (H-18) Mike Davis (H-101) Frank Farkas (H-52) Andy Gardiner (H-40) Hugh Gibson (H-42) Rich Glorioso (H-62)

3 J. Dudley Goodlette (H-76) Michael J. Grant (H-71) Gayle Harrell (H-81) Jeff Kottkamp (H-74)** Paige Kreegel (H-72) Bruce Kyle (H-73) Ken Littlefield (H-61) Joe Negron (H-82)** William L. Proctor (H-20) Everett Rice (H-54) David Rivera (H-112) Julio Robaina (H-117) Marco Rubio (H-111) David D. Russell (H-44) Ken Sorenson (H-120) John Stargel (H-64) A. Trey Traviesa (H-56) Baxter G. Troutman (H-66) Leslie Waters (H-51) GEORGIA 19 Senators of 56 (34%) Casey Cagle (S-49) Ronnie Chance (S-16) Jeff Chapman (S-3) Greg Goggans (S-7) Johnny Grant (S-25) Bill Heath (S-31) Judson Hill (S-32) Ralph T. Hudgens (S-47) Eric Johnson (S-1) Chip Rogers (S-21) Nancy Schaefer (S-50) Mitch Seabaugh (S-28) Preston W. Smith (S-52) Terrell A. Starr (S-44) Cecil Staton (S-18) Renee S. Unterman (S-45) John J. Wiles (S-37) Tommie Williams (S-19) Jim Whitehead (S-24) 51 House members of 180 (28%) Amos Amerson (H-9) Timothy Bearden (H-68) Ben D. Bridges (H-10) Jeff Brown (H-69) J. Mark Burkhalter (H-50) Sue Burmeister (H-119) John Mark Butler (H-18) Charlice Byrd (H-20) Earl L. Buddy Carter (H-159) David Casas (H-103) Jill Chambers (H-81) Mike Coan (H-101) Brooks Coleman (H-97) Sharon Cooper (H-41) Clay Cox (H-102) Matt Dollar (H-45) Melvin Everson (H-106) Barry A. Fleming (H-117) Ronald L. Forster (H-3) Bobby Franklin (H-43) Allen Freeman (H-140) Ben Harbin (H-118) John Mark Hatfield (H-177) Bill Hembree (H-67) Calvin Hill (H-16) Billy Horne (H-71) Penny Houston (H-170) Sheila Jones (H-44) Jerry Keen (H-179) Dan Lakly (H-72) Jeff Lewis (H-15) Barry Loudermilk (H-14) John Lunsford (H-110) Eugene T. Maddox (H-172) Jeff May (H-111) Fran Millar (H-79) James Mills (H-25) Billy Mitchell (H-88) Jack Murphy (H-23) Larry O Neal (H-146) Alan Powell (H-29) David Ralston (H-7) Bobby Reese (H-98) Tom Rice (H-51) Carl Rogers (H-26) Ed Rynders (H-152) Martin Scott (H-2) Donna Sheldon (H-105) Bob Smith (H-113) Len Walker (H-107) John P. Yates (H-73) HAWAII Gov. Linda Lingle Honolulu Council IV: Charles K. Djou Honolulu Council VI: Rod Tam 5 Senators of 25 (20%) Fred Hemmings (S-25) Bob Hogue (S-24) David Ige (S-16) Sam Slom (S-8)** Gordon Trimble (S-12) 11 House members of 51 (22%) Corinne Ching (H-27) Lynn Finnegan (H-32)** Bev Harbin (H-28) Bertha Kawakami (H-16) Barbara Marumoto (H-19) Colleen Meyer (H-47) Mark Moses (H-40) Kimberly Pine (H-42) Anne Stevens (H-23) William Stonebraker (H-17) Cynthia Thielen (H-50) IDAHO 5 Senators of 35 (14%) John Andreason (S-15) R. Skipper Brandt (S-8) Mike Jorgenson (S-3) Mel Richardson (S-32) Gerry Sweet (S-20) 7 House members of 70 (10%) Lenore Hardy Barrett (H-35B) Jim Clark (H-3A) Phil Hart (H-3B) Shirley McKague (H-20B) Peter Nielsen (H-22B) William T. Sali (H-21A) JoAn E. Wood (H-35A) ILLINOIS 9 Senators of 59 (15%) Kirk Dillard (S-24) Susan Garrett (S-29) Adeline J. Geo-Karis (H-31) John Jones (S-54) Wendell Jones (S-27) Chris Lauzen (S-25) Ed Petka (S-42) Peter J. Roskam (S-48) Dave Syverson (S-34) 20 House members of 118 (17%) Patricia Bellock (H-47) Robert Biggins (H-41) Michael Boland (H-71) Mike Bost (H-115) John Bradley (H-117) Joe Dunn (H-96) Jack Franks (H-63) Careen M. Gordon (H-75) Gary Hannig (H-98) Linda Chapa LaVia (H-83) Michael P. McAuliffe (H-20) Robert S. Molaro (H-21) Ruth Munson (H-43) Richard Myers (H-94) Robert W. Pritchard (H-70) Timothy L. Schmitz (H-49) Ron Stephens (H-102) Patrick Verschoore (H-72) Ron Wait (H-69)

4 David Winters (H-68) INDIANA Secretary of State Todd Rokita 6 Senators of 50 (12%) J. Murray Clark (S-29) Jeff Drozda (S-21)** Dennis K. Kruse (S-14) Robert L. Meeks (S-13) John Waterman (S-39) R. Michael Young (S-35) 20 House members of 100 (20%) Jeb Bardon (H-25) Robert Behning (H-91) Timothy Brown (H-41) James R. Buck (H-38) Woody Burton (H-58) Robert Cherry (H-53) Jeff Espich (H-82) David Frizzell (H-93) Craig Fry (H-5) Timothy Harris (H-31) Eric Allan Koch (H-65) Don Lehe (H-15) Winfield Moses (H-81) Timothy Neese (H-48) John Smith (H-30) Marlin A. Stutzman (H-52) Gerald P. Torr (H-39) P. Eric Turner (H-32) Matt Whetstone (H-40) David Wolkins (H-18) IOWA 10 Senators of 50 (20%) Nancy Boettger (S-29) Stewart Iverson, Jr. (S-5) James Hahn (S-40) David Johnson (S-3) Jeffrey Lamberti (S-35) Charles W. Larson, Jr. (S-19)** Larry McKibben (S-22) David Miller (S-45) Maggie Tinsman (S-41) Mark Zieman (S-8) 27 House members of 100 (27%) Dwayne Alons (H-4) Clel Baudler (H-58) Carmine Boal (H-70) Betty DeBoef (H-76) Bill Dix (H-17) Cecil Dolecheck (H-96) Jack Drake (H-57) George Eichhorn (H-9) Chuck Gipp (H-16) Lance J. Horbach (H-40) Dan Huseman (H-53) Geri Huser (H-42) Gerald D. Jones (H-98) James Kurtenbach (H-10) Gene Maddox (H-59) Dolores Mertz (H-8) Kraig Paulsen (H-35) Scott Raecker (H-63) Christopher Rants (H-54) Henry Rayhons (H-11) Tom Sands (H-87) Chuck Soderberg (H-3) Jodi Tymeson (H-73) James Van Englehoven (H-71) Jamie Van Fossen (H-81)** Jim Van Fossen (H-84) Paul Wilderdyke (H-56) KANSAS Attorney General Phill Kline 10 Senators of 40 (25%) Jim Barone (S-13) Karin Brownlee (S-23) Mark Gilstrap (S-5) Tim Huelskamp (S-38)** Phillip Journey (S-26) Kay O Connor (S-9) Peggy Palmer (S-16) Mike Petersen (S-28) Dennis Pyle (S-1) Susan Wagle (S-30) 21 House members of 125 (17%) Steve Brunk (H-85) Richard Carlson (H-61) Mary Pilcher Cook (H-18) Ray Cox (H-39) Don Dahl (H-70) Willa DeCastro (H-96) John C. Grange (H-75) Mitch Holmes (H-114) Steve Huebert (H-90) Bonnie Huy (H-87) S. Mike Kiegerl (H-43) Forrest Knox (H-13) Brenda Landwehr (H-91) Peggy Mast (H-76) Don Myers (H-82) Melvin Neufeld (H-115) Todd Novascone (H-99) Jo Ann Pottorf (H-83) Ted Powers (H-81) Dale Swenson (H-97) Jene Vickrey (H-6) KENTUCKY Gov. Ernie Fletcher 16 Senators of 38 (42%) Walter Blevins (S-27) Charlie Borders (S-18) Tom Buford (S-22) Julie Rose Denton (S-36) Carroll Gibson (S-5) Brett Guthrie (S-32) Ernie Harris (S-26) Dan Kelly (S-14) Vernie McGaha (S-15) Richard Roeding (S-11) Richard Sanders (S-9) Katie Kratz Stine (S-24) Robert Stivers (S-25) Gary Tapp (S-20) Elizabeth Tori (S-10) Jack Westwood (S-23) 32 House members of 100 (32%) Royce Adams (H-61) Sheldon Baugh (H-16) Kevin Bratcher (H-29) Jim Bruce (H-9) Tim Couch (H-90) Ron Crimm (H-33) Robert Damron (H-39) Jim DeCesare (H-21)** Bob DeWeese (H-48) C.B. Embry, Jr. (H-17) Joseph Fischer (H-68) Danny Ford (H-80) Jim Gooch (H-12) W. Keith Hall (H-93) Mary Harper (H-49) Melvin B. Henley (H-5) Jimmy Higdon (H-24) Jeff Hoover (H-83) Thomas Kerr (H-64) Stan Lee (H-45) Gerry Lynn (H-27) Paul Marcotte (H-60) Russ Mobley (H-51) Brad Montell (H-58) Lonnie Napier (H-36) Stephen Nunn (H-23) Jon Reinhardt (H-69) Marie Rader (H-89) James Stewart III (H-86) Tommy Turner (H-85) Ken Upchurch (H-52) John Vincent (H-100) LOUISIANA 4 Senators of 39 (10%)

5 Butch Gautreaux (S-21) Max Malone (S-37) Kenneth Michael Smith (S-31) Chris Ullo (S-8) 20 House members of 105 (19%) Shirley Bowler (H-78) Carl Crane (H-70) A.G. Crowe (H-76) William Daniel (H-68) Jean Doerge (H-10) Syndie Mae Durand (H-46) Robert Faucheux (H-57) Mickey Frith (H-47) Herman Ray Hill (H-32) Roy Hoppy Hopkins (H-1) Ronnie Johns (H-33) Charles Lancaster (H-80) Charles McDonald (H-14) Kenneth Odinet (H-103) Steve Scalise (H-82)** Matthew (Pete) Schneider (H-90) Jane H. Smith (H-8) John R. Smith (H-30) Mike Walsworth (H-15) Diane Winston (H-77) MAINE 7 Senators of 35 (20%) Mary Black Andrews (S-1) Paul Davis (S-8) Dana L. Dow (S-20) Debra B. Plowman (S-33) Christine Savage (S-22) Lois Snowe-Mello (S-15) Karl Turner (S-11) 30 House members of 151 (20%) James Annis (H-26) Robert Berube (H-104) Stephen Bowen (H-46) David Bowles (H-142) Richard M. Cebra (H-101) Harold Clough (H-128) Philip Cressey, Jr. (H-99) Robert Crosthwaite (H-38) Philip A. Curtis (H-86) Gerald Davis (H-112) Brian Duprey (H-39) Peter Edgecomb (H-4) Stacey A. Fitts (H-29) Kenneth Fletcher (H-54) Darren M. Hall (H-20) Lawrence Jacobsen (H-139) Henry L. Joy (H-9) Jeff Kaelin (H-42) Scott E. Lansley (H-75)** R. Kenneth Lindell (H-41) Jonathan McKane (H-51) Stanley Moody (H-80) Earl Richardson (H-27) Wesley E. Richardson (H-49) John C. Robinson (H-103) Thomas F. Shields (H-68) Josh Tardy (H-25) Douglas Thomas (H-24) David Trahan (H-50) Michael Vaughan (H-105) MARYLAND 10 Senators of 47 (21%) Richard F. Colburn (S-37) Roy Dyson (S-29) Janet Greenip (S-33) Larry E. Haines (S-5) Andrew P. Harris (S-7) Robert Hooper (S-35) Nancy Jacobs (S-34) Alexander X. Mooney (S-3)** J. Lowell Stoltzfus (S-38) Norman R. Stone, Jr. (S-6) 24 House members of 141(17%) John S. Arnick (H-6) Joseph R. Bartlett (H-4A) David Boschert (H-33A) Don Dwyer (H-31) Bob Costa (H-33B) Addie Eckardt (H-37B) William Frank (H-42) Terry R. Gilleland (H-32) Barry Glassman (H-35A) Rick Impallaria (H-7) J.B. Jennings (H-7) Wade Kach (H-5B) Sheryl Davis Kohl (H-34A) John R. Leopold (H-31) Herb McMillan (H-30)** Warren Miller (H-9A) Anthony O Donnell (H-29C) Joanne Parrott (H-35A) Christopher B. Shank (H-2B) Michael Smigiel, Sr. (H-36) Theodore J. Sophocleus (H-32) Nancy Stocksdale (H-5A) Mary Roe Walkup (H-36) John F. Wood, Jr. (H-29A) MASSACHUSETTS Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey 1 Senators of 40 (3%) Robert Hedlund (S-Plym. & Norf.) 14 House members of 160 (9%) Demetrius John Atsalis (Barnst.-2) Virginia M. Coppola ( Brist.-1) Paul K. Frost (Worc.-7) Susan Williams Gifford (Plym.-2) Brad Hill (Essex-4) Donald Humason (Hamp.-4) Paul J.P. Loscocco (Middl.-8) Vinnie de Macedo (Plym.-1) James B. Miceli (Middl.-19) David Nangle (Middl.-17) Jeffrey Davis Perry (Barnst.-5) Elizabeth A. Poirier (Brist.-14) Richard Ross (Norf.-9) Todd Smola (Hamp.-1) MICHIGAN 6 Senators of 38 (16%) Attorney General Mike Cox Jim Barcia (S-31) Michael Bishop (S-12) Michael Goschka (S-32) Wayne Kuipers (S-30) Michelle McManus (S-35) Alan Sanborn (S-11) 10 House members of 110 (9%) Rick Baxter (H-64) Leon Drolet (H-33)** John P. Garfield (H-45) Robert Gosselin (H-41) Jacob W. Hoogendyk (H-61) Leslie Mortimer (H-65) David Robertson (H-51) Rick Shaffer (H-59) Glenn Steil (H-72) Shelley Taub (H-40) MINNESOTA Gov. Tim Pawlenty Lt. Gov. Carol Molnau Sec. of State Mary Kiffmeyer 25 Senators of 67 (37%) Michele Bachmann (S-52) Brian Le Clair (S-56) Dick Day (S-26) Chris Gerlach (S-37) David Hann (S-42) Dean Johnson (S-13) Mike Jungbauer (S-48) Bob Kierlin (S-31) Dave Kleis (S-15) Paul Koering (S-12) Cal Larson (S-10) Warren Limmer (S-32) Mike McGinn (S-38) Geoff Michel (S-41)** Sean Nienow (S-17)

6 Thomas Neuville (S-25) Gen Olson (S-33) Julianne Ortman (S-34) Mark Ourada (S-19) Pat Pariseau (S-36) Mady Reiter (S-53) Claire Robling (S-35) Dallas Sams (S-11) Jim Vickerman (S-22) Charles Wiger (S-55) 42 House members of 134 (31%) Jim Abeler (H-48B) Bruce Anderson (H-19A) Greg Blaine (H-12B) Mark Buesgens (H-35B) Mike Charron (H-56A) Matt Dean (H-52B) Jerry Dempsey (H-28A) Dan Dorman (H-27A) Rob Eastlund (H-17A) Sondra Erickson (H-16A) Paul Gazelka (H-12A) Bob Gunther (H-24A) Tom Hackbarth (H-48A) Mary Liz Holberg (H-36A) Larry Howes (H-4B) Jeff Johnson (H-43A) Karen Klinzing (H-56B) Jim Knoblach (H-15A) Paul Kohls (H-34A) Phillip Krinkie (H-53A) Ann Lenczewski (H-40B) Loren A. Solberg (H-3B) Frank Moe (H-4A) Mary Murphy (H-6B) Paul Marquart (H-9B) Bud Nornes (H-10A) Torrey Westrom (H-11A) Mark Olson (H-16B) Mary Ellen Otremba (H-11B) Erik Paulsen (H-42B) Gene Pelowski (H-31A) Joyce Peppin (H-32A) Duke Powell (H-40A) Marty Seifert (H-21A) Dan Severson (H-14A) Steven Smith (H-33A) Steve Sviggum (H-28B) Barbara Sykora (H-33B) Ray Vandeveer (H-52A) Andrew Westerberg (H-51A) Tim Wilkin (H-38A)** Kurt Zellers (H-32B) MISSISSIPPI Gov. Haley Barbour 9 Senators of 52 (17%) Sidney Albritton (S-40) Mike Chaney (S-23) Billy V. Harvey (S-41) Tom King (S-44) Dean Kirby (S-30) Alan Nunnelee (S-6)** Stanley Pickering (S-42) Billy Thames (S-34) Richard G. White (S-29) 24 House members of 122 (20%) Larry Baker (H-8) Gary A. Chism (H-37) William Denny, Jr. (H-64) George Flaggs, Jr. (H-55) Mark Formby (H-108) Bobby B. Howell (H-46) Stephen Horne (H-81) Joey Hudson (H-91) Michael W. Janus (H-117) Mike Lott (H-104)** Bennett Malone (H-45) Rita Martinson (H-58) Chester W. Masterson (H-54) Bobby Moak (H-53) John Moore (H-60) Ray Rogers (H-61) John Reeves (H-71) Eric Robinson (H-84) James C. Simpson, Jr. (H-120) Clayton Smith (H-59) Johnny Stringer (H-87) Jessica Upshaw (H-95) Joseph L. Warren (H-90) Carmel Wells-Smith (H-111) MISSOURI 4 Senators of 34 (12%) Matt Bartle (S-8) Jason Crowell (S-27) Charles Gross (S-23) John Loudon (S-7) 29 House members of 163 (18%) Otto Bean, Jr. (163) Jason Brown (H-30) Michael R. Brown (H-50) Nathan Cooper (H-158) Cynthia Davis (H-19) Mike Dethrow (H-153) Ed Emery (H-126) Doug Ervin (H-35) Barney Fisher (H-125) Steve Hunter (H-127) Allen Icet (H-84) Jack Jackson (H-89) Van Kelly (H-144) Will Kraus (H-48) Jim Lembke (H-85) Peter Myers, Sr. (H-160) Bob Nance (H-36) Brian D. Nieves (H-98) Sherman Parker (H-12) Michael L. Parson (H-133) Susan Phillips (H-32) Bryan T. Pratt (H-55) John Quinn (H-7) Brad Roark (H-139) Scott Rupp (H-13) Vicki Schneider (H-17) Joe Smith (H-14) Mark Wright (H-137) Brian Yates (H-56) MONTANA 6 Senators of 50 (12%) Joe Balyeat (S-34)** Aubyn Curtiss (S-1) Rick Laible (S-44) Dave Lewis (S-42) Dan McGee (S-29) Jerry O Neil (S-3) 15 House members of 100 (15%) Edward Butcher (H-29) George Everett (H-5) Ray Hawk (H-90) Ralph Heinert (H-1) Verdell Jackson (H-6) Roger Koopman (H-70) Bob Lake (H-88) Rick Maedje (H-2) Scott Mendenhall (H-77) Penny Morgan (H-57) Don Roberts (H-56) Scott Sales (H-68) John Sinrud (H-67)** Pat Wagman (H-62) Jack M. Wells (H-69) NEBRASKA 2 Legislators of 49 (4%) Mike Friend (L-10) Jim Jensen (L-20) NEVADA 2 Senators of 21 (10%) Bob Beers (S-6) Maurice E. Washington (S- 2) 5 House members of 42 (12%) Sharron Angle (H-26) John Carpenter (H-33) Garn Mabey (H-2)

7 J. Harry Mortenson (H-42) Valerie Weber (H-5) NEW HAMPSHIRE 6 Senators of 24 (25%) Robert Boyce (S-5)** Robert Clegg (S-14) Robert Flanders (S-7) Ted Gatsas (S-16) André Martel (S-18) Sheila Roberge (S-9) 69 House members of 400 (17%) Russell Albert (Straff.-1) John R. M. Alger (Graft.-6) Bob Barker (Graft.-6) Kevin T. Barnett (Hills.-23) Peter L. Batula (Hills.-19) Elbert Bicknell (Rock.-1) Mike Biundo (Hills.-15) Ralph Boehm (Hills.-27) Laurie J. Boyce (Belk.-5) Paul A. Brassard (Hills.-17) Carolyn Brown (Carr.-1) Robert W. Brundige (Hills.-19) David Buhlman (Hills.-27) Harriet E. Cady (Rock.-1) Kevin L. Camm (Rock.-8) Jim Carew (Hills.-1) Sharon Carson (Rock.-3) Sam Cataldo (Straff.-3) Dunc Chaplin (Straff.-3) Howard C. Dickinson, Jr. (Carr.-1) Richard Ken Donahue (Rock.-7) Dudley Dumaine (Rock.-3) Donald J. Dyer (Hills.-26) Tim Easson (Straff.-3)** Lawrence Emerton, Sr. (Hills.-7) Robert Fesh (Rock.-5) Bill Field (Merr.-7) John W. Flanders, Sr. (Rock.-8) Bea Francoeur (Hills.-26) John M. Gibson (Hills.-19)** Edmund Gionet (Linc.-11) Robert J. Giuda (Graft.-5) Peter R. Goyette (Hills.-27) Mary E. Griffin (Rock.-4) Ryan Hansen (Hills.-6) Ken Hawkins (Hills.-18) Peyton Hinkle (Hills.-19) Raymond Hebert (Hills.-17) Paul Hopfgarten (Rock.-5) Bruce Hunter (Hills.-7) Karen K. Hutchinson (Rock.-3) Will Infantine (Hills.-13) Robert Introne (Rock.-3) Rogers J. Johnson (Rock.-4) George N. Katsakiores (Rock.-5) Phyllis M. Katsakiores (Rock.-5) 51. Eugene Kelly, Jr. (Hills.-20) Rudolph J. Kobel (Rock.-1) Howie Lund (Rock.-5) Stephen L Heureux (Merr.-9) Norman L. Major (Rock.-8) Pamela V. Manney (Hills.-7) Dick Marple (Merr.-9) Margie Maybeck (Graft.-8) Bob Mead (Hills.-4) Karen McRae (Hills.-7) Ron Nowe (Rock.-9) William L. O Brien (Hills.-4) Lisbeth Olimpio (Carr.-5) Leo P. Pepino (Hills.-11) Donald P. Philbrick (Carr.-2) Anne Priestley (Rock.-4) Sandra Reeves (Hills.-8) Andrew Renzullo (Hills.-27) Paul Smith (Rock.-3) Tony F. Soltani (Merr.-8) Stephen Stepanek (Hills.-6) Moe Villeneuve (Hills.-18) James E. Wheeler (Hills.-6) NEW JERSEY 7 Senators of 40 (18%) Diane Allen (S-7) Martha W. Bark (S-8) Anthony Bucco (S-25) Gerald Cardinale (S-39) Leonard T. Connors, Jr. (S-9) Tom Kean, Jr. (S-21)** Shirley Turner (S-15) 15 House members of 80 (19%) Peter J. Biondi (H-16) Francis Bodine (H-8) Jon Bramnick (H-21) Michael Patrick Carroll (H-25) Christopher J. Connors (H-9) Steve Corodemus (H-11) Michael Doherty (H-23) Louis Greenwald (H-6) Guy R. Gregg (H-24)** James Holzapfel (H-10) Eric Munoz (H-21) John Rooney (H-39) Alfred E. Steele (H-35) Samuel D. Thompson (H-13) Charlotte Vandervalk (H-39) NEW MEXICO 8 Senators of 42 (19%) Rod Adair (S-33)** Sue Wilson Beffort (S-19) Joseph J. Carraro (S-23) Kent Cravens (S-21) Stuart Ingle (S-27) Gay G. Kernan (S-42) Leonard Lee Rawson (S-37) William Sharer (S-1) 18 House members of 70 (26%) Thomas Anderson (H-29) William E. Boykin (H-37) Richard Cheney (H-2) Candy Spence Ezzell (H-58) Daniel Foley (H-57)** Keith Gardner (H-66) Dianne Miller Hamilton (H-38) Irvin Harrison (H-5) Ted Hobbs (H-20) Cathy McCoy (H-22) Greg Payne (H-31) Jane E. Powdrell-Culbert (H-44) Gloria Vaughn (H-51) W.C. (Dub) Williams (H-56) Avon W. Wilson (H-59) Justine Fox Young (H-30) Eric Youngberg (H-23) Teresa Zanetti (H-15) NEW YORK 1 Senators of 62 (2 %) Byron W. Brown (S-60) 10 House members of 150 (7%) Michael Benjamin (H-79) Daniel J. Burling (H-147) James D. Conte (H-10) Jim Hayes (H-148) Brian Kolb (H-129) Patrick R. Manning (H-103) Willis H. Stephens (H-99) Fred W. Thiele, Jr. (H-2) David R. Townsend (H-115) Sandra Lee Wirth (H-142) NORTH CAROLINA 18 Senators of 50 (36%) Austin M. Allran (S-42) Philip Berger (S-26) Harris Blake (S-22) Andrew Brock (S-34) Don East (S-30) James Forrester (S-41) John A. Garwood (S-45) W. Edward Goddall, Jr. (S-35) Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. (S-36) David Hoyle (S-43) Neal Hunt (S-15)

8 James Jacumin (S-44) Robert Pittenger (S-40)** Anthony E. Rand (S-19) Fred Smith (S-12) Scott Thomas (S-2) Jerry W. Tillman (S-29) Hugh Webster (S-24) 35 House members of 150 (23%) Cary D. Allred (H-64) John Marshall Blust (H-62) Larry R. Brown (H-73) J. Russell Capps (H-41) Debbie A. Clary (H-110) George Cleveland (H-14) Nelson Cole (H-65) James Crawford, Jr. (H-32) Arlie F. Culp (H-70) William Current (H-109) Jerry C. Dockham (H-80) Nelson Dollar (H-36) Rick Eddins (H-40) Dale Folwell (H-74) Phillip Frye (H-84) Mitch Gillespie (H-85) Robert Grady (H-15) Mark Hilton (H-96) Mark W. Hollo (H-88) Julia Craven Howard (H-79) Linda P. Johnson (H-83) Steven LaRoque (H-10) Edwin McMahan (H-104) Tim Moore (H-111) Richard T. Morgan (H-52) Louis M. Pate (H-11) Jeane Rouse Preston (H-13) Karen Ray (H-95) John M. Rayfield (H-108) John W. Rhodes (H-98) Wilma Sherrill (H-116) Edgar V. Starnes (H-87) Fred F. Steen II (H-76) Doug Vinson (H-105) Eugene Wilson (H-82) NORTH DAKOTA 1 Senator of 47 (2%) Randy Schobinger (S-3) 5 House members of 94 (5%) Wesley Belter (H-22) Al Carlson (H-41) Ron Iverson (H-27) Jim Kasper (H-46) Dave Weiler (H-30) OHIO Sec. of State Ken Blackwell 7 Senators of 33 (21%) Kevin Coughlin (S-27) Tim Grendell (S-18) Jay Hottinger (S-31) Jeff Jacobson (S-6) Jim Jordan (S-12) Robert F. Spada (S-24) Lynn Wachtmann (S-1) 13 House members of 99 (13%) Tom Brinkman (H-34) Timothy Cassell (H-63) David Evans (H-71) Michael E. Gilb (H-76) Ron Hood (H-91) John Husted (H-37) Randy Law (H-64) Jon Peterson (H-2) Linda Reidelbach (H-21) Derrick Seaver (H-78) Arlene Setzer (H-36) James Peter Trakas (H-17) John White (H-38) OKLAHOMA Lt. Gov. Mary Fallin 9 Senators of 48 (19%) Cliff Aldridge (S-42) Randy Brogdon (S-34)** Glenn Coffee (S-30) Todd Lamb (S-47) Jonathan Nichols (S-15) Scott Pruitt (S-36) Stratton Taylor (S-2) Kathleen Wilcoxson (S-45) James A. Williamson (S-35) 20 House members of 101 (20%) Dennis Adkins (H-75) Thad Balkman (H-45) Kevin Calvey (H-94) Lance Cargill (H-96) Odilia Dank (H-85) Dale DePue (H-31) Todd Hiett (H-29) Sally Kern (H-84) Doug Miller (H-46) Fred Morgan (H-83) John G. Nance (H-90) Jim Newport (H-37) Fred Perry (H-69) Ron Peterson (H-80) Randy Terrill (H-53) John Trebilcock (H-98) Sue Tibbs (H-23) Paul Wesselhoft (H-54) Mike Wilt (H-11) Trebor Worthen (H-87)** OREGON 4 Senators of 30 (13%) Jason Atkinson (S-2) Gary George (S-12) Charles Starr (S-13) Jackie Winters (S-10) 8 House members of 60 (13%) Gordon Anderson (H-3) Brian Boquist (H-23) Kevin Cameron (H-19) Linda Flores (H-51) William Garrard (H-56) Jeff Kropf (H-17) Mac Sumner (H-18) Kim Thatcher (H-25) PENNSYLVANIA 4 Senators of 50 (8%) Lisa Boscola (S-18) Joe Conti (S-10) Jane Orie (S-40) Bob Regola (S-39) 25 House members of 203 (12%) Gibson C. Armstrong (H-100) Stephen Barrar (H-160) Bob Bastian (H-69) Kerry Benninghoff (H-171) James E. Casorio, Jr. (H-56) Brian Ellis (H-11) Camille George (H-74) Richard Grucela (H-137) Jeffrey Habay (H-30) Rob Kauffman (H-89) Dennis Leh (H-130) Daryl Metcalfe (H-12)** Joseph A. Petrarca (H-55) Jeff Pyle (H-60) Dave Reed (H-62) Lawrence Roberts (H-51) Samuel Rohrer (H-128) Mario M. Scavello (H-176) James E. Shaner (H-52) Jess Stairs (H-59) Thomas Stevenson (H-42) Katherine McDowell Watson (H- 144) Rod E. Wilt (H-17) Matthew Wright (H-142) Tom Yewcic (H-72)

9 RHODE ISLAND 1 Senator of 38 (3%) Leonidas Raptakis (S-33) SOUTH CAROLINA Gov. Mark Sanford Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer 15 Senators of 46 (33%) Kevin L. Bryant (S-3) John Courson (S-20)** Dick Elliott (S-28) Michael Fair (S-6) Larry Grooms (S-37) John Hawkins (S-12) Jake Knotts (S-23) John Yancey McGill (S-32) William C. Mescher (S-44) Harvey Peeler (S-14) Greg Ryberg (S-24) Randy Scott (S-38) Nikki G. Setzler (S-26) David Thomas (S-8) Daniel B. Verdin (S-9) 47 House members of 124 (38%) John Graham Altman, III (H-119) George H. Bailey (H-97) Jimmy Bales (H-80) Bruce Bannister (H-24) Kenneth A. Bingham (H-89) Bill Bowers (H-120) Joan Brady (H-78) Joe E. Brown (H-73) Harry Cato (H-17) Converse Chellis, III (H-94) Daniel T. Cooper (H-10) Bill Cotty (H-79) Ralph Davenport (H-37) Tracy Edge (H-104) Marion Frye (H-39) Gloria Haskins (H-22) James Harrison (H-75) Chip Huggins (H-85) Shirley Hinson (H-92) Glenn Hamilton (H-20) Herb Kirsh (H-47) Bob Leach (H-21) Lanny Littlejohn (H-33) Dwight Loftis (H-19) Jay Lucas (H-65) Becky Martin (H-8) James McGee, III (H-63) James H. Merrill (H-99) Rex Fontaine Rice (H-26) Thomas Rhoad (H-90) William E. Sandifer, III (H-2) Wallace Scarborough (H-115) Gary Simrill (H-46) Phillip Sinclair (H-35) Doug Smith (H-32)** Garry R. Smith (H-27) J. Roland Smith (H-84) Murrell Smith (H-67) J. Adam Taylor (H-16) Dan Tripp (H-28) Ronald P. Townsend (H-7) Michael Thompson (H-9) Thad Viers (H-68) Robert Walker (H-38) Brian White (H-6) W.D. Witherspoon (H-105) Annette Young (H-98) SOUTH DAKOTA 2 Senators of 35 (6%) Garry Moore (S-18) Bill Napoli (S-35) 3 House members of 70 (4%) Alice McCoy (H-35) Deb Peters (H-9) Hal Wick (H-12) TENNESSEE Lt. Gov. John Wilder 13 Senators of 33 (39%) Mae Beavers (S-17) Diane Black (S-18) Raymond Finney (S-8) Doug Jackson (S-25) Bill Ketron (S-13)** Rosalind Kurita (S-22) Randy McNally (S-5) Jeff Miller (S-9) Curtis Person (S-31) Ron Ramsey (S-2) Jim Tracey (S-16) John Wilder (S-26) Michael Williams (S-4) 26 House members of 99 (26%) William Baird (H-36) Sam Stratton Bone, Jr. (H-46) Glen Casada (H-63)** Jerome Cochran (H-4) Eugene Davidson (H-66) David Davis (H-6) Bill Dunn (H-16) Steve M. Godsey (H-1) Dolores Gresham (H-94) Tre Hargett (H-97) Beth Harwell (H-56) Joey Hensley (H-70) Curtis Johnson (H-68) Phillip Johnson (H-78) Susan Lynn (H-57) Debra Young Maggart (H-45) Steve K. McDaniel (H-72) Jason E. Mumpower (H-3) Donna Rowland (H-34) Charles Sargent, Jr. (H-61) Parkey Strader (H-14) Paul R. Stanley (H-96) Eric H. Swafford (H-25) Michael Turner (H-51) Eric Watson (H-22) Ben West, Jr. (H-60) TEXAS 4 Senators of 31 (13%) Chris Harris (S-9) Kyle Janek (S-17) Todd Staples (S-3) Tommy Williams (S-4) 34 House members of 150 (23%) Leo Berman (H-6) Dwayne Bohac (H-138) Betty Brown (H-4) Fred Brown (H-14) Bill Callegari (H-132) Scott Campbell (H-72) Frank Corte (H-122) Tom Craddick (H-82) Myra Crownover (H-64) Dianne White Delisi (H-55) Gary Elkins (H-135) Dan Flynn (H-2) Kent Grusendorf (H-94) Glenn Hegar (H-28) Harvey Hilderbran (H-53) Fred Hill (H-112) Charlie Howard (H-26) Carl Isett (H-84) Bill Keffer (H-107) Jim Keffer (H-60) Phil King (H-61) Edmund Kuempel (H-44) Mike Krusee (H-52) Jerry Madden (H-67) Joe Nixon (H-133) Elvira Reyna (H-101) Gene Seaman (H-32) John Smithee (H-86) David Swinford (H-87) Robert Talton (H-144) Larry Taylor (H-24) Corbin Van Arsdale (H-130) Martha Wong (H-134) Bill Zedler (H-96)

10 UTAH 4 Senators of 29 (14%) Curtis S. Bramble (S-16) Thomas Hatch (S-28) Mark Madsen (S-13) Howard Stephenson (S-11) 9 House members of 75 (12%) Glenn Donnelson (H-7) John Dougall (H-27) James Ferrin (H-58) Gregory Hughes (H-51) Mike Morley (H-66) Mike Noel (H-73) Curtis Oda (H-14) Aaron Tilton (H-65) Stephen H. Urquhart (H-75) VERMONT 1 Senator of 30 (3%) Mark Shepard (S-Benn.) 8 House members of 150 (5%) Carolyn Whitney Branagan (Frankl.1-2) Duncan F. Kilmartin (Orl.-2) Leigh Larocque (Caled.-1) Mary Morrissey (Benn. 2-2) Loren T. Shaw (Orl.-1) Robert Helm (Rutl.-2) Patricia O Donnell (Wind.-1) Leo M. Valliere (Wash. 3-1) VIRGINIA Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling 8 Senators of 40 (20%) Ken Cuccinelli (S-37)** Stephen H. Martin (S-11) Steve Newman (S-23) Mark Obenshain (S-26) Jay O Brien (S-39) H. Russell Potts, Jr. (S-27) W. Roscoe Reynolds (S-20) Frank M. Ruff (S-15) 28 House members of 100 (28%) David Albo (H-42) Robert Bell (H-58) Kathy Byron (H-22) Vincent F. Callahan, Jr. (H-34) Ben Cline (H-24) Mark Cole (H-88) M. Kirkland Cox (H-66) Allen Dudley (H-9) Jeff Frederick (H-52) Thomas Gear (H-91) C. Todd Gilbert (H-15) Frank D. Hargrove, Sr. (H-55) Tim Hugo (H-40) Bill Janis (H-56) R. Steven Landes (H-25) Scott Lingamfelter (H-31)** Robert G. Marshall (H-13) Harvey B. Morgan (H-98) Samuel A. Nixon, Jr. (H-27) Chris Peace (H-97) Melanie L. Rapp (H-96) John S. Reid (H-72) Chris Saxman (H-20) Terrie L. Suit (H-81) Leo C. Wardrup, Jr. (H-83) R. Lee Ware, Jr. (H-65) John J. Welch III (H-21) Tommy Wright (H-61) WASHINGTON 6 Senators of 49 (12%) Brad Benson (S-6) Don Benton (S-17) Bob McCaslin (S-4) Joyce Mulliken (S-13) Val Stevens (S-39) Joe Zarelli (S-18) 9 House members of 98 (9%) John Ahern (H-6, P-2) Larry Crouse (H-4, P-1) Jim Dunn (H-17) Janea Holmquist (H-13) Joel Kretz (H-7) Jim McCune (H-2) Ed Orcutt (H-18) Dan Roach (H-31) Lynn Schindler (H-4, P-2) WEST VIRGINIA 4 Senators of 34 (12%) Clark S. Barnes (S-15) Karen Facemyer (S-4) Steve Harrison (S-8) Russ Weeks (S-9) 22 House members of 100 (22%) Sam Argento (H-35) Tim Armstead (H-32) Larry Border (H-9) Mitch B. Carmichael (H-12) Allen V. Evans (H-48) Cindy Frich (H-44) Otis A. Leggett (H-7) Tom Louisos (H-29) John Overington (H-55)** Thomas (Mike) Porter (H-25) Victor Roberts (H-53) Ruth Rowan (H-50) Robert A. Schadler (H-49) Linda Sumner (H-27) Kelli Sobonya (H-16) Doug Stalnaker (H-38) Debbie Stevens (H-46) Sally Matz Susman (H-27) Ron Thompson (H-27) Christopher Wakim (H-3) Ronald N. Walters (H-32) Larry A. Williams (H-45) WISCONSIN Treasurer Jack Voight 9 Senators of 33 (27%) Ron Brown (S-31) Alberta Darling (S-8) Glenn Grothman (S-20) Ted Kanavas (S-33) Alan Lasee (S-1) Mary Lazich (S-28) Joe Leibham (S-9) Tom Reynolds (S-5) David Zien (S-23) 25 House members of 99 (25%) Garey Bies (H-1) Donald Friske (H-35) Mark Gundrum (H-84) Eugene Hahn (H-47) J.A. Hines (H-42) Mark Honadel (H-21) Joel Kleefisch (H-38) Judy Krawczyk (H-88) Robin Kreibich (H-93) Andy Lamb (H-29) Frank G. Lasee (H-2)** Thomas A. Lothian (H-32) Terri McCormick (H-56) Terry Musser (H-92) Scott Newcomer (H-33) Ann M. Nischke (H-97) Mark Pettis (H-28) Don Pridemore (H-99) Scott Suder (H-69) Robin J. Vos (H-63) Leah Vukmir (H-14) Sheldon Wasserman (H-22) Steve Wieckert (H-57) Jeff Wood (H-67) Robert Ziegelbauer (H-25) WYOMING 1 Senator of 30 (3%) Curt Meier (S-3) 3 House members of 60 (5%) Robert Brechtel (H-38)

11 Pete Illoway (H-42) Stephen Watt (H-17)