AFP Missouri’s 2015 Defenders of Freedom

Americans for Prosperity Missouri announces the 2015 Legislative Defenders of Prosperity. These policy makers have consistently demonstrated a commitment to limited government, lower taxes and policies that promote economic freedom for everyone. If one of these legislators is your representative, please call them and congratulate them on being a defender of prosperity for the 2015 legislative session.

List of Defenders:

Representative Sonya Anderson 131 573-751-2948
Representative Rick Brattin 55 573-751-3783
Representative Eric Burlison 133 573-751-0136
Representative Jason Chipman 120 573-751-1688
Representative Paul Curtman 109 573-751-3776
Representative Scott Fitzpatrick 158 573-751-1488
Representative Justin Hill 108 573-751-3572
Representative Delus Johnson 9 573-751-3666
Representative Andrew Koenig 99 573-751-5568
Representative Kirk Mathews 110 573-751-0562
Representative Robert Ross 142 573-751-1490
Representative Jerod Taylor 139 573-751-3833
Representative Rob Vescovo 112 573-751-3607
Representative John Wiemann 103 573-751-2176
Representative Travis Fitzwater 49 573-751-5226
Representative Shelley Keeney 145 573-751-5912
Representative Mark Parkinson 105 573-751-2949
Representative Randy Pietzman 41 573-751-9459
Representative Bryan Spencer 63 573-751-1460

 

Below is a list of all 92 legislators who stood with Missouri workers and stood up for fairness and jobs by voting yes on Right to Work

Please take a moment and encourage your legislator to end the status quo and vote to override Gov. Nixon’s veto of this important legislation that has proven to create jobs in 26 other states.

Allen Andrews 573-751-9465 1
J. Eggleston 573-751-4285 2
Nate Walker 573-751-3647 3
Craig Redmon 573-751-3644 4
Lindell Shumake 573-751-3613 5
Tim Remole 573-751-6566 6
Mike Lair 573-751-2917 7
Delus Johnson 573-751-3666 9
Kenneth Wilson 573-751-9760 12
Nick Marshall 573-751-6593 13
Noel J Shull 573-751-9458 16
Mike Cierpiot 573-751-0907 30
Donna Pfautsch 573-751-9766 33
Rebecca Roeber 573-751-1456 34
Gary L. Cross 573-751-1459 35
Joe Don McGaugh 573-751-1468 39
Jim Hansen 573-751-4028 40
Jay Houghton 573-751-3649 43
Caleb Rowden 573-751-1169 44
Chuck Basye 573-751-1501 47
Dave Muntzel 573-751-0169 48
Travis Fitzwater 573-751-5226 49
Caleb Jones 573-751-2134 50
Dean Dohrman 573-751-2204 51
Nathan Beard 573-751-9774 52
Glen Kolkmeyer 573-751-1462 53
Denny Hoskins 573-751-4302 54
Rick Brattin 573-751-3783 55
Jack Bondon 573-751-2175 56
Wanda Brown 573-751-3971 57
David Wood 573-751-2077 58
Mike Bernskoetter 573-751-0665 59
Jay Barnes 573-751-2412 60
Justin Alferman 573-751-6668 61
Tom Hurst 573-751-1344 62
Bryan Spencer 573-751-1460 63
Cloria Brown 573-751-3719 94
Marsha Haefner 573-751-3762 95
Mike Leara 573-751-2150 96
Shamed Dogan 573-751-4392 98
Andrew Koenig 573-751-5568 99
Sue Allen 573-751-9765 100
Don Gosen 573-751-1247 101
Kurt Bahr 573-751-9768 102
John Wiemann 573-751-2176 103
Mark Parkinson 573-751-2949 105
Justin Hill 573-751-3572 108
Paul Curtman 573-751-3776 109
Kirk Mathews 573-751-0562 110
Rob Vescovo 573-751-3607 112
Jason Chipman 573-751-1688 120
Keith Frederick 573-751-3834 121
Steve Lynch 573-751-1446 122
Diane Franklin 573-751-1119 123
Rocky Miller 573-751-3604 124
Warren Love 573-751-4065 125
Patricia Pike 573-751-5388 126
Mike Kelley 573-751-2165 127
Sue Entlicher 573-751-1347 128
Sandy Crawford 573-751-1167 129
Jeffrey Messenger 573-751-2381 130
Sonya Anderson 573-751-2948 131
Eric Burlison 573-751-0136 133
Elijah Haahr 573-751-2210 134
Lincoln Hough 573-751-9809 135
Kevin Austin 573-751-0232 136
Lyndall Fraker 573-751-3819 137
Don Phillips 573-751-3851 138
Jered Taylor 573-751-3833 139
Lynn Morris 573-751-2565 140
Tony Dugger 573-751-2205 141
Robert Ross 573-751-1490 142
Jeff Pogue 573-751-2264 143
Shelley Keeney 573-751-5912 145
Donna Lichtenegger 573-751-6662 146
Kathryn Swan 573-751-1443 147
Holly Rehder 573-751-5471 148
Don Rone 573-751-4085 149
Andrew McDaniel 573-751-3629 150
Tila Hubrecht 573-751-1494 151
Todd Richardson 573-751-4039 152
Steve Cookson 573-751-1066 153
Shawn Rhoads 573-751-1455 154
Lyle Rowland 573-751-2042 155
Jeffery Justus 573-751-1309 156
Mike Moon 573-751-4077 157
Scott Fitzpatrick 573-751-1488 158
Bill Lant 573-751-9801 159
Bill Reiboldt 573-751-9781 160
Bill White 573-751-3791 161
Charlie Davis 573-751-7082 162
Tom Flanigan 573-751-5458 163

 

AFP Missouri’s 2014 Legislative Scorecard

View last year’s 2013 Legislative Report Card.

Missouri native Mark Twain said, “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.” 

Is your legislator making the grade?

Lucky for you, Americans for Prosperity – Missouri kept a keen eye on the bills and votes that impact your life, liberty, property, and pocketbook while the legislature was in session.  Each and every day the Missouri legislature is in session, State House and Senate members propose and vote on bills that directly impact Missouri families and businesses.  To help you keep track of the bills that impact your economic freedom and how your State House or Senate member voted, we are pleased to bring you the 2014 Legislative Score Card.

As 2013 came to a close, AFP-MO launched a long term policy initiative called Path to Prosperity” aimed at placing Missouri on a track to greater freedoms and widespread economic prosperity. With input from our 57,000 activists, AFP-MO highlighted nine key issue areas to move Missouri off its current path of stagnation and decline and on to a Path to Prosperity. This is a long term comprehensive policy plan; therefore some years may see more activity on one issue area than in other issue areas.

For a refresher on AFP-MO’s Path to Prosperity, click here.

The 2014 legislative session saw major movement in a variety of our key issue areas including the first income tax cut in 93 years, the creation of a regulator review commission and Missouri joining 23 other states in rejecting the expansion of Obamacare in MO. We are confident with the continued input from our 57,000 Missouri activists we will see improvement in other policy areas that impact the economic well-being of Missouri families and businesses.

We hope you enjoy the 2014 Legislative Score Card.  You can print and share with friends, neighbors, and coworkers as well as review the votes your lawmaker made on key issues in the Path to Prosperity.

2014 Missouri Legislative Scorecard

2014 Missouri Legislative Scorecard (PDF)

Prosperity and Freedom:

  • HB 1302 – Right to Own and Operate a Wood Burning Stoves | Supported
  • HB 1735 – Motorcycle Sales on Sunday | Supported
  • SB 504 – Electronic Posting of Proposed Rules | Supported

Tax Reform:

  • HJR 68 – Transportation Tax | Opposed
  • SB 509 – Income Tax Reduction | Supported
  • SB 584 – Tax Reduction | Supported

Education:

  • HB 1490 – Local Control in Education | Supported
  • HB 1689 – Early Child Education | Opposed

Spending & Budget:

  • HJR 75 – Cap Spending | Supported

Patient Protections:

  • HB 2011 HA 2 – Medicaid Expansion | Opposed

Regulatory Reform:

  • SB 525 – Cottage Food Production | Supported

Energy:

  • HCR 4 – Keystone Pipeline Resolution | Supported
  • HCR 5 – Keystone Pipeline Resolution | Supported

Worker Freedoms:

  • HB 1617 – Paycheck Protection | Supported
  • HB 1770 – Right to Work | Supported

2014 Missouri Legislative Scorecard Data

Full data

Score Grade Name Chamber
100.00% A Bahr House
100.00% A Brattin House
100.00% A Burlison House
100.00% A Cierpiot House
100.00% A Curtman House
100.00% A Fitzpatrick House
100.00% A Haahr House
100.00% A Johnson House
100.00% A Jones House
100.00% A Koenig House
100.00% A Parkinson House
100.00% A Rehder House
100.00% A Ross House
94.12% A Moon House
94.12% A Richardson House
94.12% A Rowland House
94.12% A Wilson House
93.75% A Frederick House
93.75% A Rhoads House
93.33% A Dugger House
93.33% A Jones House
93.33% A Keeney House
88.89% B Grisamore House
88.24% B Anderson House
88.24% B Crawford House
88.24% B Hurst House
88.24% B Leara House
88.24% B Marshall House
88.24% B Remole House
87.50% B Muntzel House
87.50% B Scharnhorst House
87.50% B Schieber House
87.50% B Shumake House
86.67% B Cookson House
86.67% B Cox House
86.67% B Engler House
86.67% B Haefner House
85.71% B Cornejo House
85.71% B Redmon House
84.62% B Funderburk House
84.62% B Pfautsch House
84.62% B Pike House
82.35% B Austin House
82.35% B Bernskoetter House
82.35% B Cross House
82.35% B Elmer House
82.35% B Gosen House
82.35% B Hoskins House
82.35% B Hough House
82.35% B Houghton House
82.35% B Justus House
82.35% B Kolkmeyer House
82.35% B Lair House
82.35% B Lant House
82.35% B Lichtenegger House
82.35% B Love House
82.35% B Lynch House
82.35% B Pogue House
82.35% B Swan House
82.35% B Thomson House
82.35% B Walker House
81.25% B Allen House
81.25% B Davis House
81.25% B Diehl House
81.25% B Entlicher House
81.25% B Flanigan House
81.25% B Fraker House
81.25% B Franklin House
81.25% B Miller House
81.25% B Schatz House
80.00% B Guernsey House
80.00% B Messenger House
80.00% B Phillips House
80.00% B Reiboldt House
80.00% B Spencer House
80.00% B Stream House
80.00% B Torpey House
78.57% C McGaugh House
76.47% C Barnes House
76.47% C Fitzwater House
76.47% C Hampton House
76.47% C Hinson House
76.47% C Kelley House
76.47% C Korman House
76.47% C Morris House
76.47% C Sommer House
76.47% C White House
75.00% C Conway House
75.00% C Dohrman House
75.00% C Rowden House
75.00% C Shull House
75.00% C Wieland House
75.00% C Wood House
75.00% C Zerr House
73.33% C Brown House
71.43% C Riddle House
70.59% C Gannon House
70.59% C Hansen House
70.59% C Lauer House
70.59% C McCaherty House
70.59% C Neely House
70.59% C Solon House
69.23% D Berry House
68.75% D Gatschenberger House
68.75% D Hicks House
66.67% D Higdon House
66.67% D Neth House
66.67% D Roorda House
53.33% F Butler House
53.33% F English House
53.33% F Hubbard House
52.94% F Mayfield House
52.94% F Schieffer House
50.00% F Ellington House
50.00% F May House
50.00% F Molendorp House
47.06% F Harris House
47.06% F McKenna House
43.75% F Burns House
43.75% F McCann Beatty House
43.75% F Walton Gray House
42.86% F Wright House
41.18% F Anders House
41.18% F Black House
41.18% F Englund House
41.18% F Rizzo House
40.00% F Frame House
40.00% F Peters House
37.50% F Conway House
37.50% F Kirkton House
35.71% F Carpenter House
35.71% F Gardner House
35.29% F Kratky House
35.29% F Montecillo House
35.29% F Nichols House
35.29% F Runions House
35.29% F Kelly House
31.25% F Hummel House
31.25% F Mitten House
31.25% F Pierson House
30.77% F Dunn House
29.41% F Colona House
29.41% F Norr House
29.41% F Pace House
29.41% F Schupp House
28.57% F LaFaver House
28.57% F McManus House
28.57% F Mims House
28.57% F Otto House
26.67% F Smith House
26.67% F Webber House
25.00% F Curtis House
23.53% F Morgan House
20.00% F McNeil House
18.75% F McDonald House
17.65% F Meredith House
12.50% F Swearingen House
0.00% F Hodges House
0.00% F Newman House
100.00% A Ed Emery Senate
100.00% A Will Kraus Senate
100.00% A John T. Lamping Senate
100.00% A Rob Schaaf Senate
100.00% A Kurt Schaefer Senate
92.31% A Dan Brown Senate
91.67% A Eric Schmitt Senate
90.91% A Brad Lager Senate
90.91% A Brian Nieves Senate
84.62% B Mike Kehoe Senate
83.33% B Tom Dempsey Senate
83.33% B Doug Libla Senate
83.33% B Brian Munzlinger Senate
83.33% B Ron Richard Senate
83.33% B Wayne Wallingford Senate
81.82% B Mike Parson Senate
81.82% B David Sater Senate
81.82% B Jay Wasson Senate
76.92% C David Pearce Senate
75.00% C Bob Dixon Senate
75.00% C Gary Romine Senate
75.00% C Ryan Silvey Senate
72.73% C Mike Cunningham Senate
66.67% D S. Kiki Curls Senate
54.55% F Maria Chappelle-Nadal Senate
54.55% F Joseph Keaveny Senate
50.00% F Jason Holsman Senate
50.00% F Paul LeVota Senate
50.00% F Jamilah Nasheed Senate
45.45% F Jolie Justus Senate
45.45% F Gina Walsh Senate
38.46% F Scott Sifton Senate