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State Taxpayer Protection Pledge List_CURRENT_2011

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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.

For more information contact Patrick Gleason, Director of State Affairs, at [email protected]

2011 STATE LEGISLATIVE SIGNERS OF THE TAXPAYER PROTECTION PLEDGE
*List does not include signers from states not yet reporting election results: Mississippi and New York

1,187 Legislators as of Wednesday, November 17, 2010
(Signers are listed alphabetically within respective chamber) http://www.atr.org/pledge/state/index.html **denotes Taxpayer Protection Caucus Chair
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ALABAMA Robert J. Bentley (Gov) Luther Strange (Att. Gen.) Young Boozer (Tres.) Beth Chapman (Sec. of State)
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Fred Dyson (S-I) 4 House members of 40 Catherine Giessel (P) Bob Lynn (H-31) Cathy Munoz (H-4) Scott Neuman (H-15) ARIZONA 13 Senators of 30 (30%) Bob Burns (S-9) Ron Gould (S-3) Chuck Gray (S-19) Linda Gray (S-10) Jack Harper (S-4) John Huppenthal (S-20) Barbara Leff (S-11) Russell Pearce (S-18) Jay Tibshraeny (S-21) Thayer Verschoor (S-22) Linda Gray (S-10) Russell Pearce (S-18) Scott Bundgaard (S-4)
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Peggy Judd (H-25) Justin Olson (H-19) Terri Proud (H-26) David Smith (H-7) ARKANSAS Mark Darr (Lt. Gov) Mark Martin (Secretary of State) 3 Senator of 35 Bruce Holland (S-6) Missy Thomas Irvin (S-10) Jason Rapert (S-18) 16 House members of 100 John Burris (H-85) Jane English (H-42) Ed Garner (H-41) Garry Smith (H-7) Jon Woods (H-93) Lori Benedict (H-82) Charlie Collins (H-89) Justin T. Harris (H-87) Jon Hubbard (H-75) Lane Jean (H-4) Josh Johnston (H-59) Allen Kerr (H-32) Loy Mauch (H-26) David Meeks (H-46) Reginald K. Murdock (H-52) David Sanders (H-31)
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8 Senators of 35 Rusty Glover (S-34) Jimmy W. Holley (S-31) Paul Sanford (S-7) Paul Bussman (S-4) Jerry Fielding (S-11) Clay Scofield (S-9) Tom Whatley (S-27) Rusty Glover (S-34) 14 House members of 105 Duwayne Bridges (H-38) Greg Canfield (H-48) Steve Clouse (H-93) Craig Ford (H-28) Steve Hurst (H-35) Jay Love (H-74) Mary Sue McClurkin (H-43) Lesley Vance (H-80) Daniel Boman (H-16) Wes Long (H-27) John H. Merrill (H-62) Barry Moore (H-91) Mark M. Tuggle (H-81) Kurt Wallace (H-42)
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Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell Mead Treadwell (Lt. Gov) 1 Senator of 20
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16 House Members of 60 Kirk Adams (H-19) Judy Burges (H-4) Adam Driggs (H-11) David Gowan (H-30) John Kavanagh (H-8) Debbie Lesko (H-9) Steve Montenegro (H-12) Carl Seel (H-6) David Stevens (H-25) Jerry Weiers (H-12) Jim Weiers (H-10) John Fillmore (H-23)
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CALIFORNIA Michelle Steele (Board of Equalization) 10 Senators of 40

Dave Cox (S-1) Bob Dutton (S-31) Tom Harman (S-35) George Runner (S-17) Tony Strickland (S-19) Mimi Walters (S-33) Mark Wyland (S-38) Joel Anderson (S-36) Jean Fuller (S-18) Doug LaMalfa (S-4) 23 Assembly members of 80 Connie Conway (A-34) Paul Cook (A-65) Nathan Fletcher (A-75) Ted Gaines (A-4) Martin W. Garrick (A-74) Curt Hagman (A-60) Diane Harkey (A-73) Kevin Jeffries (A-66) Steven Knight (A-36) Dan Logue (A-3) Jeff Miller (A-71) Brian Nestande (A-64) Jim Nielsen (A-2) Chris Norby (A-72) Jim Silva (A-67) Cameron Smyth (A-38) Tim Donnelly (A-59) Shannon Grove (A-32) Linda Halderman (A-29) Allan Mansoor (A-68) Mike Morrell (A-63) David Valadao (A-30) Don Wagner (A-70) COLORADO 5 Senators of 35 Greg Brophy (S-1) Kevin Grantham (S-2) Ted Harvey (S-30) Mike Kopp (S-22) Kent D. Lambert (S-9) 9 House members of 65 David Balmer (H-39) Laura Bradford (H-55) Larry Liston (H-16) Frank McNulty (H-43) Spencer Swalm (H-37) Donald Beezley (H-33) B.J. Nikkel (H-49) Robert Ramirez (H-29) Libby Szabo (H-27) CONNECTICUT 5 Senators of 36 Joe Crisco (S-17) John A. Kissel (S-7) Joe Markley (S-16)

Jason Welch (S-31) Michael McLachlan (S-24) 12 House members of 151 Anthony J. D’Amelio (H-71) Fred Camillo (H-151) Vincent Candelora (H-86) Marilyn Giuliano (H-23) DebraLee Hovey (H-112) Lawrence G. Miller (H-122) Selim Noujaim (H-74) T.R. Rowe (H-123) Sean Williams (H-68) Robert Sampson (H-80) Bill Simanski (H-62) Prasad Srinivasan (H-31) DELAWARE 1 Senator of 21 (5%) Robert Venables, Sr. (S-21) Colin Bonini (S-16)
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Larry Ahern (H-51) Frank Artiles (H-119) Dennis Baxley (H-24) Michael Bileca (H-117) Jeffrey P. Brandes (H-52) Jason Brodeur (H-33) Matt Caldwell (H-73) Clay Ingram (H-2) Morgan McPherson (H-120) Warren Keith Perry (H-22) Ray Pilon (H-69) Alison Rampersad (H-90) Steven Rosenblum (H-89) Greg Steube (H-67) GEORGIA Nathan Deal (Gov) 14 Senators of 56 John Albers (S-56) Barry Loudermilk (S-52) Ronnie Chance (S-16) Greg Goggans (S-7) Johnny Grant (S-25) Bill Heath (S-31) Judson Hill (S-32) Bill Jackson (S-24) Jack Murphy (S-27) Chip Rogers (S-21) Mitch Seabaugh (S-28) Cecil Staton (S-18) Renee S. Unterman (S-45) Tommie Williams (S-19) 40 House members of 180 Amos Amerson (H-9) Timothy Bearden (H-68) Charlice Byrd (H-20) David Casas (H-103) Brooks Coleman (H-97) Sharon Cooper (H-41) Steve Davis (H-109) Katie Dempsey (H-13) Matt Dollar (H-45) Bobby Franklin (H-43) Mark Hamilton (H-23) Ben Harbin (H-118) Michael Harden (H-28) John Mark Hatfield (H-177) Bill Hembree (H-67) Calvin Hill (H-21) Billy Horne (H-71) Penny Houston (H-170) Sheila Jones (H-44) Sean Jerguson (H-22) Eugene T. Maddox (H-172) Judith Manning (H-32) James Mills (H-25) Billy Mitchell (H-88) Larry O’Neal (H-146)

3 House members of 41 (7%) Harvey Kenton (H-36) Ronald Smith (H-34) Michael Ramone (H-21)
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FLORIDA Rick Scott (Gov) 6 Senators of 40 Greg Evers (S-2) Mike Fasano (S-11) Mike Haridopolos (S-26) Joe Negron (S-28) John Thrasher (S-8) Stephen Wise (S-5) 35 House members of 120 Janet Adkins (H-12) Rachel Burgin (H-56) Steve Crisafulli (H-32) Marlene O’Toole (H-42) Ken Roberson (H-71) Charles Van Zant (H-21) John Wood (H-65) Clay Ford (H-3) Dean Cannon (H-35) Jennifer Carroll (H-13) Luis R. Garcia Jr. (H-107) Rich Glorioso (H-62) Doug Holder (H-70) Carlos Lopez-Cantera (H-113) Paige Kreegel (H-72) Debbie Mayfield (H-80) Seth McKeel (H-63) Steve Precourt (H-41) William L. Proctor (H-20) William Snyder (H-82) Trudi K. Williams (H-75)

Allan Peake (H-137) Alan Powell (H-29) David Ralston (H-7) Tom Rice (H-51) Carl Rogers (H-26) Ed Rynders (H-152) Donna Sheldon (H-105) Barbara Sims (H-119) Len Walker (H-107) Mark Williams (H-178) John P. Yates (H-73) Kevin Cooke (H-18) Christian A. Coomer (H-14) Jason Spencer (H-180) Bruce Williamson (H-111)
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Jack Franks (H-63) Michael P. McAuliffe (H-20) Richard Myers (H-94) Brandon Phelps (H-118) Robert W. Pritchard (H-70) Jim Sacia (H-89) Timothy L. Schmitz (H-49) Darlene Senger (H-96) Ron Stephens (H-102) Ed Sullivan (H-51) Patrick Verschoore (H-72) David Winters (H-68) Dwight Kay (H-112) Richard Morthland (H-71) Sue Rezin (H-75)

HAWAII 2 Senators of 25 David Ige (S-16) Sam Slom (S-8) 8 House members of 51 Corinne Ching (H-27) Barbara Marumoto (H-19) Kymberly Pine (H-43) Cynthia Thielen (H-50) Gene Ward (H-17) George Fontaine (H-11) Aaron Johanson (H-32) Gil Riviere (H-46) IDAHO 1 Senator of 35 Shirley McKague (S-20) 5 House members of 70 (7%) Lenore Hardy Barrett (H-35B) Phil Hart (H-3B) Peter Nielsen (H-22B) JoAn E. Wood (H-35A) Paul E. Shepherd (H-8B) ILLINOIS 7 Senators of 59 Tim Bivins (S-45) Maggie Crotty (S-19) Kirk Dillard (S-24) Susan Garrett (S-29) John Jones (S-54) Chris Lauzen (S-25) Dave Syverson (S-34)
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INDIANA 3 Senators of 50 Dennis K. Kruse (S-14) Greg Walker (S-41) John Waterman (S-39) 24 House members of 100 Jeb Bardon (H-25) Robert Behning (H-91) Timothy Brown (H-41) Woody Burton (H-58) Robert Cherry (H-53) Wes Culver (H-49) Jeff Espich (H-82) David Frizzell (H-93) Craig Fry (H-5) Tom Knollman (H-55) Eric Allan Koch (H-65) Don Lehe (H-15) Winfield Moses (H-81) Timothy Neese (H-48 Gerald P. Torr (H-39) P. Eric Turner (H-32) James R. Buck (S-21) Jim Tomes (S-49) James Baird (H-44) Steven Davisson (H-73) Bob Heaton (H-46) Jud McMillin (H-68) Rhonda Rhoads (H-70) Timothy Wesco (H-21) IOWA Matt Schultz (Secretary of State) 4 Senators of 50 Rick Betrand (S-1) Mark Chelgren (S-47) Roby Smith (S-41) James Hahn (S-40) 18 House members of 100 Dwayne Alons (H-4) Clel Baudler (H-58) Betty DeBoef (H-76)

Dave Deyoe (H-10) Cecil Dolecheck (H-96) Jack Drake (H-57) Lance J. Horbach (H-40) Dan Huseman (H-53) Kraig Paulsen (H-35) Scott Raecker (H-63) Henry Rayhons (H-11) Tom Sands (H-87) Jason Schultz (H-55) Chuck Soderberg (H-3) James Van Engelenhoven (H-71) Matt Windschitl (H-56) Kim Pearson (H-42) Walt Rogers (H-20) KANSAS 7 Senators of 40 (18%) Steve E. Abrams (S-32) Karin Brownlee (S-23) Mary Pilcher-Cook (S-10) Tim Huelskamp (S-38) Mike Petersen (S-28) Dennis Pyle (S-1) Susan Wagle (S-30) 19 House members of 125 Steve Brunk (H-85) Richard Carlson (H-61) Peter DeGraaf (H-81) Owen Donohoe (H-39) John C. Grange (H-75) Mitch Holmes (H-114) Steve Huebert (H-90) S. Mike Kiegerl (H-43) Forrest Knox (H-13) Brenda Landwehr (H-91) Peggy Mast (H-76) Melvin Neufeld (H-115) Connie O’Brien (H-42) Rob Olson (H-26) Joe Patton (H-54) Jo Ann Pottorf (H-83) Phil Hermanson (H-96) Jim Howell (H-82) Joseph Scapa (H-87) KENTUCKY 4 Senators of 38 Tom Buford (S-22) Julie Rose Denton (S-36) Ernie Harris (S-26) Katie Kratz Stine (S-24) 24 House members of 100 Royce Adams (H-61) Kevin Bratcher (H-29) James Comer (H-53) Tim Couch (H-90) Ron Crimm (H-33)

21 House members of 118
Patricia Bellock (H-47) Mike Bost (H-115) John Bradley (H-117) John CavaLetto (H-107) Michael Connelly (H-48) Lisa Dugan (H-79)

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) Melvin B. Henley (H-5) Jeff Hoover (H-83) Thomas Kerr (H-64) Stan Lee (H-45) Brad Montell (H-58) Lonnie Napier (H-36) Marie Rader (H-89) James Stewart III (H-86) Julie Raque Adams (H-32) Wade Hurt (H-37) Kim King (H-55) LOUISIANA Gov. Bobby Jindal 9 Senators of 39 (23%) John Alario (S-8) A.G. Crowe (S-1) Jack Donahue (S-11) Butch Gautreaux (S-21) Nicholas T. Gautreaux (S-26) Troy Hebert (H-22) Gerald Long (S-31) Mike Michot (S-23) Julie Quinn (S-6) John Smith (S-30
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Bruce Bickford (H-70) David Burns (H-32) Richard M. Cebra (H-101) Mike Celli (H-21) Kathleen Chase (H-147) Dale Crafts (H-104) Dean A. Cray (H-28) Jarrod S. Crockett (H-91) Philip A. Curtis (H-86) Andre Cushing (H-39) Peter Edgecomb (H-4) Stacey A. Fitts (H-29) Leslie Fossel (H-53) Jeffery Gifford (H-12) Peter Johnson (H-27) L. Gary Knight (H-81) Jonathan McKane (H-51) Wesley E. Richardson (H-49) Ralph Sarty Jr. (H-99) Douglas Thomas (H-24) Dana L. Dow (H-50) Dennis Keschl (H-83) Ricky Long (H-9) Michael D. McClellan (H-103) Susan Morissette (H-54) Beth A. O’Connor (H-145) Wayne Parry (H-140) John Picchiotti (H-84) Deborah Sanderson (S-52) Heather Sirocki (H-128) G. Paul Waterhouse (H-98) Frederick L. Wintle (H-24) MARYLAND 7 Senators Edward Reilly (S-33) Richard F. Colburn (S-37) Roy Dyson (S-29) Nancy Jacobs (S-34) E.J. Pipkin (S-36) Bryan Simonaire (S-31) Norman R. Stone, Jr. (S-6) 15 House members Barry Glassman (H-35A) Joseph C Boteler, III (H-8) Bob Costa (H-33B) Addie Eckardt (H-37B) Ron George (H-30) Wade Kach (H-5B) Nicholaus R. Kipke (H-31) Susan Krebs (H-9B) Pat McDonough (H-7) Anthony O’Donnell (H-29C) Michael Smigiel, Sr. (H-36) John F. Wood, Jr. (H-29A) Kathy Afzali (H-4A) Susan Aumann (H-42) Gail H. Bates (H-9A)

MASSACHUSETTS 1 Senator of 40 Robert Hedlund (S-Plym. & Norf.) 17 House members of 160 Demetrius John Atsalis (Barnst.-2) Fred “Jay” Barrows (Brist.-1) Paul K. Frost (Worc.-7) Susan Williams Gifford (Plym.-2) Brad Hill (Essex-4) Donald Humason (Hamp.-4) Vinnie de Macedo (Plym.-1) David Nangle (Middl.-17) Elizabeth A. Poirier (Brist.-14) Todd Smola (Hamp.-1) Richard Ross (S-Norfolk, Bristol, & Middlesex) Paul Adams (H-17 Essex) Geoffrey Diehl (H-7 Plymouth) Kim Ferguson (H-1 Worcester) Steven Howitt (H-4 Bristol) Randy Hunt (H-5 Barnstable) Marc Lombardo (H-22 Middlesex) MICHIGAN Bill Schuette (Attorney General) 4 Senators of 38 Jack Brandenburg (S-11) Patrick Colbeck (S-7) Jim Marleau (S-12) David B. Robertson (S-26) 19 House members of 110 David J. Agema (H-74) Hugh Crawford (H-38) Bob Genetski (H-88) Gail Haines (H-43) Marty Knollenberg (H-41) Eileen Kowall (H-44) Mark Meadows (H-69) Tom McMillin (H-45) Jon Bumstead (H-100) Frank Foster (H-107) Ken Goike (H-33) Thomas B. Hooker (H-77) Matt Huuki (H-110) Pete Lund (H-36) Lisa Posthumus Lyons (H-86) Aric Nesbitt (H-80) Rick Olson (H-55) Al Pscholka (H-79)
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15 House members of 105 (14%) Richard Burford (H-7) Steve Carter (H-68) Billy R. Chandler (H-22) Jean Doerge (H-10) Joseph A. Harrison (H-51) J. Cameron Henry (H-82)** Dorothy Sue Hill (H-32) Sam Jones (H-50) Tony Ligi (H-79) Jerome Richard (H-55) Scott M. Simon (H-74) Jane H. Smith (H-8) John M. Schroder, Sr. (H-77) Kirk Talbot (H-78)
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MAINE Paul R. LePage (Gov) 3 Senators of 35 (25%) Nichi Farnham (S-32) Lois Snowe-Mello (S-15) David Trahan (S-20) 32 House members of 151

MINNESOTA 8 Senators of 67 Chris Gerlach (S-37) David Hann (S-42) Mike Jungbauer (S-48)

Warren Limmer (S-32) Geoff Michel (S-41) Julianne Ortman (S-34) Claire Robling (S-35) Charles Wiger (S-55) Dave Brown (S-16) Roger C. Chamberlain (S-53) Paul Gazelka (S-12) Dan D. Hall (S-40) 25 House members of 134 Jim Abeler (H-48B) Bruce Anderson (H-19A) Mark Buesgens (H-35B) Matt Dean (H-52B) Bob Gunther (H-24A) Tom Hackbarth (H-48A) Mary Liz Holberg (H-36A) Larry Howes (H-4B) Mary Kiffmeyer (H-16B) Ann Lenczewski (H-40B) Mary Murphy (H-6B) Paul Marquart (H-9B) Bud Nornes (H-10A) Gene Pelowski (H-31A) Joyce Peppin (H-32A) Steven Smith (H-33A) Torrey Westrom (H-11A) Kurt Zellers (H-32B) King Banaian (H-15B) Bob Dettmer (H-52A) Sondra Erickson (H-16A) Carolyn McElfatrick (H-3B) Linda Runbeck (H-53A) Chris Swedzinksi (H-21A) Bruce Vogel (H-13B)
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Michael L. Parson (H-133) Jeanie Riddle (H-20) Shane Schoeller (H-139) Anne Zerr (H-18) Sue Allen (H-92) Randy Asbury (H-22) Jay Barnes (H-114) Cloria Brown (H-85) Kathie Conway (H-14) Kevin Elmer (H-141) Gary Fuhr (H-97) Dave Hinson (H-98) Jay D. Houghton (H-10) Penny V. Hubbard (H-58) Brent Lasater (H-53) Mike Leara (H-95) John McCaherty (H-90) Ron McCormick (H-161) Mike McGhee (H-122) Lindell F. Shumake (H-6) Jason T. Smith (H-150) Noel Torpey (H-52) Zachary Wyatt (H-2) MONTANA 7 Senators of 50 Joe Balyeat (S-34) Roy Brown (S-25) Greg Hinkle (S-7) Verdell Jackson (S-5) Dave Lewis (S-42) Terry Murphy (S-39) Bruce Tutveat (S-3) 27 House members of 100 Elsie Arntzen (H-63) Bill Beck (H-6) Gerald Bennett (H-1) Mark Blasdel (H-10) Brian Hoven (H-24) Krayton Kerns (H-58) Mike Miller (H-84) Michael More (H-70) Lee Randall (H-39) Donald Roberts (H-56) Gordon Vance (H-67) Bob Wagner (H-71) Wendy Warburton (H-34) Ted Washburn (H-69) Tom Burnett (H-63) Kelly Flynn (H-68) Alan Hale (H-77) Douglas Kary (H-48) James Knox (H-47) Nick Landeros (H-64) Steve Lavin (H-8) Cleve Loney (H-25) Gary MacLaren (H-89) Jerry O’Neil (H-3)
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Cary Smith (H-55) John Swenson (H-12) Max Yates (H-74) NEBRASKA Attorney General Jon Bruning Treasurer Don Stenberg 1 Legislator of 49 Scott Price (L-3)
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NEVADA 4 Senators of 21 Barbara Cegavske (S-8) Elizabeth Halseth (S-9) Michael Roberson (S-5) Ed Goedhart (A-36) 5 Assembly members of 42 Don Gustavson (A-32) Richard McArthur (A-4) James Settelmeyer (A-39) John Hambrick (H-2) Peter Livermore (H-40) NEW HAMPSHIRE 8 Senators of 24 Jack Barnes (S-17 Rockingham) Jeb Bradely (S-3 Carroll) Tom DeBlois (S-18 Hillsborough) Jeanie Forrester (S-2 Belknap and Grafton) Jim Forsythe (S-4 Strafford) Nancy E. Stiles (S-24 Rockingham) Russell Prescott (S-23 Rockingham) Ray White (S-9 Hillsborough) 85 House members of 400 (13%) Al Baldasaro (Rock-3) David Bates (Rock-4) Ronald Belanger (Rock-4) D.J. Bettencourt (Rock-4) John Cebrowski (Hills-18) Lars T. Christiansen (Hills-27) Tim Comerford (Rock-9) Gary Daniels (Hills-6) Russell Day (Hills-7) Robert Elliott (Rock-4) Susan Emerson (Ches-7) Lawrence Emerton, Sr. (Hills-7) Beverly Ferrante (Rock-5) Robert Fesh (Rock-5) Dennis H. Fields (Belk-2) Edmund Gionet (Graft-3) Mary E. Griffin (Rock-4) Bob Haefner (Hills-27) Ken Hawkins (Hills-18) James F. Headd (Rock-3) John Hikel (Hills-7) Edith Hogan (Hills-25) Karen K. Hutchinson (Rock-3)
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MISSOURI 1 Senators of 34 Dan W. Brown (S-16) 38 House members of 163 Michael R. Brown (H-50) Eric Burlison (H-136) Tony Dugger (H-144) Barney Fisher (H-125) Doug Funderburk (H-12) Chuck Gatschenberger (H-13) Steve Hodges (H-161) Timothy W. Jones (H-89) Shelley Keeney (H-156) Andrew Koenig (H-88) Will Kraus (H-48) Mike Lair (H-7) Cole McNary (H-86) Bob Nance (H-36) Brian D. Nieves (H-98)

Will Infantine (Hills-13) Robert Introne (Rock-3) George N. Katsakiores (Rock-5) Phyllis M. Katsakiores (Rock-5) Lynne Ober (Hills-27) Russell T. Ober (Hills-27) William O’Brien (Hills-4) Leo P. Pepino (Hills-11) Matt Quandt (Rock-13) John Reagan (Rock-1)** Dennis Reed (Merr-2) Andrew Renzullo (Hills-27) John B. Sedensky, PhD (Rock-8) Connie Soucy (Hills-17) Steve Vaillancourt (Hills-15) Moe Villeneuve (Hills-18) Donald Andolina (H-6 Strafford) Jason P. Antosz (H-9 Rockingham) Kevin A. Avard (H-20 Hillsborough) Gary Azarian (H-4 Rockingham) J. Michael Ball (H-9 Hillsborough) Jerry Bergevin (H-17 Hillsborough ) Spec Bowers (H-3 Sullivan) Lester W. Bradley (H-4 Grafton) John A. Burt (H-7 Hillsborough ) Jenn Coffey (H-6 Merrimack) Cam DeJong (H-9 Hillsborough ) Susan DeLemus (H-1 Strafford) J.B. Duarte (H-1 Rockingham) Brandon Giuda (H-7 Merrimack) Warren Groen (H-Stafford 1) Joseph Hagan (H-7 Rockingham) Harry Hardwick (H-2 Hillsborough) Gregory Hill (H-6 Merrimack) Kyle Jones (H-1 Strafford) Laura Jones (H-1 Strafford) Walter Kolodziej (H-4 Rockingham) Joseph F. Krasucki (H-26 Hillsborough) Robert Luther (H-4 Belknap) Andrew J. Manuse (H-5 Rockingham) Michael McCarthy (H-21 Hillsborough) Jeanine Notter (H-19 Hillsborough ) Bill O’Connor (H-3 Strafford) Bill Ohm (H-26 Hillsborough) Barry Palmer (H-26 Hillsborough ) Stephen Palmer (H-6 Hillsborough ) Beverly T. Rodeschin (H-2 Sullivan) Carl Seidel (H-20 Hillsborough) Tyler W. Simpson (H-1 Belknap) Steven Smith (H-5 Sullivan) Tony Soltani (H-8 Merrimack) Kathleen Souza (H-11 Hillsborough) Kathleen Stroud (H-19 Hillsborough) Carol M. Vita (H-3 Strafford) Lucien A. Vita (H-3 Stafford) Mark Warden (H-7 Hillsborough) Gary Wheaton (H-14 Rockingham) Randall Whitehead (H-26Hillsborough) Steve Winter (H-3 Merrimack) Colette Worsman (H-3 Belknap)

NEW JERSEY 9 Senators of 40 (23%) Diane Allen (S-7) Anthony Bucco (S-25) Gerald Cardinale (S-39) Michael Doherty (S-23) Phil Haines (S-8) Sean Kean (S-11) Tom Kean, Jr. (S-21)** Joe Pennachio (S-26) Shirley Turner (S-15)
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Andrew Brock (S-34) Peter S. Brunstetter (S-31) Debbie Ann Clary (S-46) Don East (S-30) James Forrester (S-41) Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. (S-36) Neal Hunt (S-15) Jean Preston (S-2) David Rouzer (S-12) Robert A. Rucho (S-39) Jerry W. Tillman (S-29) 66 House members of 150 John Marshall Blust (H-62) Larry R. Brown (H-73) George Cleveland (H-14) James Crawford, Jr. (H-32) William Current (H-109) Jerry C. Dockham (H-80) Nelson Dollar (H-36) Dale Folwell (H-74) Phillip Frye (H-84) Mitch Gillespie (H-85) Mark Hilton (H-96) Julia Craven Howard (H-79) Linda P. Johnson (H-83) Grey Mills (H-95) Tim Moore (H-111) Shirley B. Randleman (H-94) Efton Sager (H-11) Edgar V. Starnes (H-87) Fred F. Steen II (H-76) Sarah Stevens (H-90) Martin E. Davis(Mayor-Charlotte) John Aneralla (S-40) R.L. Clark (S-49) Barry Coe (S-24) Warren Daniel (S-44) C.B. Daughteridge (S-3) Wade Fowler (S-21) Roger Gerber (S-18) Rich Halbert (S-4) Kathy Harrington (S-43) Nathan A. Jones (S-32) Wesley A. Meredith (S-19) Louis M. Pate Jr. (S-5) Jean R. Preston (S-2) Michael S. Schriver (S-7) Cedric Scott (S-38) Daniel F. Soucek (S-45) W. Tommy Tucker (S-35) Trudy Wade (S-28) Rayne Brown (H-81) Justin P. Burr (H-67) Michael Cavallo (H-106) Jason Chambers (H-30) Jeffrey L. Collins (H-25) Bill M. Cook, Jr. (H-6) Mark Crawford (H-115) Duane A. Cutlip (H-39)

22 Assembly members of 80 (28%) Dawn Marie Addiego (A-8) John Amodeo (A-2) Mary Pat Angelini (A-11) Peter J. Biondi (A-16) Jon Bramnick (A-21) Anthony Bucco (A-25) Michael Patrick Carroll (A-25) Caroline Casagrande (A-12) Denise Coyle (A-16) Alex DeCroce (A-26) John DiMaio (A-23) Louis Greenwald (A-6) Amy Handlin (A-13) James Holzapfel (A-10) Eric Munoz (A-21) Declan O'Scanlon (A-12) Vince Polistina (A-2) David Rible (A-11) Scott Rudder (A-8) Samuel D. Thompson (A-13) Charlotte Vandervalk (A-39) Jay Webber (A-26)**
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NEW MEXICO 14 House members of 70 Thomas Anderson (H-29) Nora Espinoza (H-59) Candy Spence Ezzell (H-58) Keith Gardner (H-66) William J. Gray (H-54) Dianne Miller Hamilton (H-38) Dennis Kintigh (H-57) Jane E. Powdrell-Culbert (H-44) Shirley A. Tyler (H-61) Cathrynn Brown (H-55) Dave Doyle (H-23) Rick Little (H-53) Terry McMillan (H-37)
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NORTH CAROLINA 14 Senators of 50 Austin M. Allran (S-42) Philip Berger (S-26) Harris Blake (S-22)

Sam Edwards (H-118) Don Frantz (H-35) Brawleigh Jason Graham (H-47) Mark W. Griffin (H-12) John F. Harry (H-48) Kelly E. Hastings (H-110) Julia Howard (H-79) Dan W. Ingle (H-64) Stanley L. Larson Jr. (H-9) Roger K. Parker (H-63) Tristan V. Patterson (H-20) Herbert M. Sobel (H-3) Rebecca Steen (H-101) Deborah Hedrick Ware (H-107) Jackie Warner (H-45) Harry Warren (H-77) Lonnie R. Wilson (H-60) John J. Woodard Jr. (H-1) Theresa Yon (H-59)
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Mary Fallin (Gov) Todd Lamb (Lt. Gov) 4 Senators of 48 Josh Brecheen (S-6) Kim David (S-18) Cliff Aldridge (S-42) Todd Lamb (S-47) 13 House members of 101 (23%) Gus Blackwell (H-61) Mike Christian (H-93) David Dank (H-85) Charlie Joyner (H-95) Sally Kern (H-84) Mike Reynolds (H-91) Randy Terrill (H-53) Sue Tibbs (H-23) John Trebilcock (H-98) Josh Cockroft (H-27) Dustin Roberts (H-21) Sean Roberts (H-36) Colby Schwartz (H-43) OREGON 5 Senators of 30 Jason Atkinson (S-2) Brian Boquist (S-12) Larry George (S-13) Jeff Kruse (S-1) Mary Kremer (S-19) 3 House members of 60 Kevin Cameron (H-19) Tim Freeman (H-2) Matt Wingard (H-26)
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Scott Perry (H-92) Joseph A. Petrarca (H-55) Jeff Pyle (H-60) Dave Reed (H-62) Brad Roae (H-6) Todd A. Rock (H-90) Mario M. Scavello (H-176) Rosemary Swanger (H-102) Katherine McDowell Watson (H144) Thomas C. Creighton (H-37) George Dunbar (H-56) Joe Emrick (H-137) Mark M. Gillen (H-128) David M. Maloney (H-130) Gerald J. Mullery (H-119) Jeff Pyle (H-60) Justin Simmons (H-131) RHODE ISLAND 6 Senator of 38 Francis Maher, Jr. (S-34) Michael Pinga (S-9) Beatrice A. Lanzi (S-26) Beth Moura (S-19) Dr. Christopher Ottiano (S-11) Glen Shibley (S-33) 2 House members of 75 Michael Chippendale (H-40) Joseph Trillo (H-24) SOUTH CAROLINA Nikki Haley (Gov) Ken Ard (Lt. Gov) 14 Senators of 46 Kevin L. Bryant (S-3) John Courson (S-20) Dick Elliott (S-28) Michael Fair (S-6) Larry Grooms (S-37) Jake Knotts (S-23) Shane Martin (S-13) John Yancey McGill (S-32) Harvey Peeler (S-14) Greg Ryberg (S-24) Nikki G. Setzler (S-26) Phil Shoopman (S-18) David Thomas (S-8) Daniel B. Verdin (S-9) 29 House members of 124 Rita Allison (H-36) Jimmy Bales (H-80) Bruce Bannister (H-24) Eric M. Bedingfield (H-28) Kenneth A. Bingham (H-89) Don C. Bowen (H-8) Bill Bowers (H-120)

NORTH DAKOTA 2 House members of 94 (5%) Roscoe Streyle (H-3) Bette Grande (H-41) OHIO John Kasich (Gov) Dave Yost (Auditor) 2 Senators of 33 Tim Grendell (S-18) Jon Husted (S-6) 21 House members of 99 John Adams (H-78) William G. Batchelder (H-69) David T. Daniels (H-86) Matt Huffman (H-4) Jared Martin (H-70) Ron Maag (H-35) Jeff McClain (H-82) Peter A. Beck (H-67) Terry Blair (H-38) Andrew Brenner (H-2) Mike Dovilla (H-18) Anne Gonzales (H-19) Bruce Goodwin (H-74) Cheryl L. Grossman (H-23) Bill Hayes (H-91) Casey Kozlowski (H-99) Craig Newbold (H-1) Bob Peterson (H-85) Kristina D. Roegner (H-42) Clifford Rosenbergen (H-86) Lynn Slaby (H-41) Andy Thompson (H-93) Ron Young (H-63) OKLAHOMA

PENNSYLVANIA Tom Corbett (Gov) 4 Senators of 50 Lisa Boscola (S-18) John H. Eichelberger (S-30) Mike Folmer (S-48) Jane Orie (S-40) 29 House members of 203 Stephen Barrar (H-160) Kerry Benninghoff (H-171) Scott W. Boyd (H-43) Jim Cox (H-129) Brian Ellis (H-11) Camille George (H-74) Ted Harhai (H-58) Susan C. Helm (H-104) Rob Kauffman (H-89) Tim Krieger (H-57) Jim Marshall (H-14) Daryl Metcalfe (H-12)

Joan Brady (H-78) Dan Cooper (H-10) Tracy Edge (H-104) Marion Frye (H-39) Chip Huggins (H-85) Dwight Loftis (H-19) Jay Lucas (H-65) James H. Merrill (H-99) Steve Parker (H-37) William E. Sandifer, III (H-2) Gary Simrill (H-46) Garry R. Smith (H-27) J. Roland Smith (H-84) Murrell Smith (H-67) Thad Viers (H-68) Brian White (H-6) Eric Bikas (H-26) Peter McCoy (H-115) Chris Murphy (H-98) Andrew Patrick (H-123) Rick Quinn (H-69) Kevin Ryan (H-108) SOUTH DAKOTA 6 House members of 70 Deb Peters (H-9) Dan Lederman (H-16) Dean Schremp (H-28A) Steve Hickey (H-9) Patty Miller (H-16I Betty Olson (H-28B) TENNESSEE 5 Senators of 33 Mae Beavers (S-17) Jack Johnson (S-23) Bill Ketron (S-13) Randy McNally (S-5) Steve Southerland (S-1) 32 House members of 99 Sam Stratton Bone, Jr. (H-46) Harry Brooks (H-19) Kevin Brooks (H-24) Glen Casada (H-63) Bill Dunn (H-16) Joshua Evans (H-66) Dale Ford (H-6) Beth Harwell (H-56) Ryan Haynes (H-14) Joey Hensley (H-70) Matthew Hill (H-7) Curtis Johnson (H-68) Phillip Johnson (H-78) Jon Lundberg (H-1) Debra Young Maggart (H-45) Steve K. McDaniel (H-72) Steve McManus (H-96) Frank S. Niceley (H-17) Barrett Rich (H-94)

Charles Sargent, Jr. (H-61) Tony Shipley (H-2) Michael Turner (H-51) Eric Watson (H-22) Terry Weaver (H-40) Kent Williams (H-4) Bill Ketron (S-13) Jeremy Faison (H-11) Steve Hall (H-18) Julia C. Hurley (H-32) Kelly T. Keisling (H-38) Dennis Powers (H-36) Rick Womick (H-34) TEXAS Gov. Rick Perry 3 Senators of 31 Joan Huffman (S-17) Robert Nichols (S-3) Dan Patrick (S-7) 39 House members of 150 Leo Berman (H-6) Dwayne Bohac (H-138) Linda Harper Brown (H-105) Angie Chen Button (H-112) Bill Callegari (H-132) Wayne Christian (H-9) Myra Crownover (H-64) Allen Fletcher (H-130) Patricia Harless (H-126) Harvey Hilderbran (H-53) Charlie Howard (H-26) Phil King (H-61) Debbie Riddle (H-150) Larry Taylor (H-24) Van Taylor (H-66) Randy Weber (H-29) John Zerwas (H-28) Jose Aliseda (H-35) Marva Beck (H-57) Cindy Burkett (H-101) Erwin Cain (H-3) Stefani Carter (H-102) Sarah Davis (H-134) Joe Driver (H-113) Larry Gonzales (H-52) Dan Huberty (H-127) Jim Landtroop (H-85) Lyle Larson (H-122) George Lavender (H-1) Dee Margo (H-78) Jim Murphy (H-133) Barbara Nash (H-93) Jack O’Connor (H-149) Four Price (H-87) Charles J. Schwertner (H-20) Kenneth Sheets (H-107)

Raul Torres (H-33) James White (H-12) Paul Workman (H-47) Bill Zedler (H-96)
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UTAH 6 Senators of 29 Curtis S. Bramble (S-16) David Hinkins (S-27) Dan Liljenquist (S-23) Mark Madsen (S-13) Wayne Niederhauser (S-9) Howard Stephenson (S-11)
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9 House members of 75 John Dougall (H-27) Gage Froerer (H-8) Gregory Hughes (H-51) Mike Morley (H-66) Mike Noel (H-73) Curtis Oda (H-14) Stephen Eric Sandstrom (H-58) Carl Wimmer (H-52) Patrick Painter (H-67) VERMONT 9 House members of 150 Carolyn Whitney Branagan (Franklin-1) Robert Helm (Rutl.-2) Duncan F. Kilmartin (Orl.-2) Leigh Larocque (Caled.-1) Mary Morrissey (Benn. 2-2) Andy Donaghy (Rutland 1-1) Mike Hebert (Windham 1) Gary Reis (Caledonia 3) Vicki Strong (H-1) VIRGINIA Bill Bolling (Lt. Gov.) Ken Cuccinelli (Atty. Gen.) 7 Senators of 40 Stephen H. Martin (S-11) Steve Newman (S-23) Mark Obenshain (S-26) W. Roscoe Reynolds (S-20) Frank M. Ruff (S-15) Ralph K. Smith (S-22) Jill Holtzman Vogel (S-27) 20 House members of 100 David Albo (H-42) Robert Bell (H-58) Kathy Byron (H-22) Bill Cleaveland (H-17) Ben Cline (H-24) Mark Cole (H-88) Barbara Comstock (H-34) Kirk Cox (H-66)

Thomas Gear (H-91) C. Todd Gilbert (H-15) Tim Hugo (H-40) Bill Janis (H-56) Steve Landes (H-25) Scott Lingamfelter (H-31) Robert G. Marshall (H-13) Harvey B. Morgan (H-98) Chris Peace (H-97) R. Lee Ware, Jr. (H-65) Tony Wilt (H-26) Tommy Wright (H-61) WASHINGTON 15 House members of 98 Bill Hinkle (H-13) Mike Armstrong (H-12) Cary Condotta (H-12, P-1) Larry Crouse (H-4, P-1) Joel Kretz (H-7) Jim McCune (H-2) Ed Orcutt (H-18) Dan Roach (H-31) Brad Klippert (H-8) Matthew Shea (H-4) John E. Ahern (H-6) Mark Hargrove (H-47) Heidi Munson (H-1) Jason Overstreet (H-42) Charles Ross (H-14)
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18 House members of 99 Garey Bies (H-1) Scott Gunderson (H-83) Mark Honadel (H-21) Joel Kleefisch (H-38) Bill Kramer (H-97) Jim Ott (H-23) Don Pridemore (H-99) Scott Suder (H-69) Robin J. Vos (H-63) Leah Vukmir (H-14) Robert Ziegelbauer (H-25) Rich Zipperer (H-98) Andrew Jacque (H-2) Dale P. Kooyenga (H-14) Scott Krug (H-72) Roger L. Rivard (H-75) Tom Tiffany (H-35) Evan B Wynn (H-43)
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WEST VIRGINIA 13 House members of 100 Tim Armstead (H-32) Larry Border (H-9) Mitch B. Carmichael (H-12) Jonathan Miller (H-53) John Overington (H-55) Ruth Rowan (H-50) Kelli Sobonya (H-16) Linda Sumner (H-27) Marty Gearheart (H-24) Eric Householder (H-56) Gary Howell (H-49) Larry D. Kump (H-52) Doug Skaff (H-30)
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WISCONSIN Scott Walker (Gov) 5 Senators of 33 Alan Lasee (S-1) Joe Leibham (S-9) Pamela Galloway (S-29) Frank Lasee (S-1)

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