Most Liberal/Most Conservative Lawmakers Archive


2014

2014 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Runner-UpSen. Jim Ananich (D-Flint)
Third PlaceSens. Vincent Gregory (D-Southfield) and Gretchen Whitmer (D-E. Lansing)
Most ConservativeSens. Jack Brandenburg (R-Harrison Twp) and John Moolenaar (R-Midland)
Runner-UpSen. Joe Hune (R-Hamburg Twp)
Third PlaceSens. Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) and Phil Pavlov (R-St. Clair)
2014 State House
Most LiberalReps. Jeff Irwin (D-Ann Arbor) and Sarah Roberts (D-St. Clair Shores)
Runner-UpRep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit)
Third PlaceRep. Vicki Barnett (D-Farmington Hills)
Most ConservativeReps. Ray Franz (R-Onekama), Tom McMillin (R-Auburn Hills) and Pete Lund (R-Shelby Twp)
Runner-UpRep. Greg MacMaster (R-Kewadin)
Third PlaceReps. Frank Foster (R-Petoskey), Tom Hooker (R-Byron Center), Bob Genetski (R-Saugatuck), Ken Goike (R-Ray Twp), Joel Johnson (R-Clare), and Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton)

2013

2013 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Runner-UpSen. Gretchen Whitmer (D-E. Lansing)
Third PlaceSen. Coleman Young II (D-Detroit)
Most ConservativeSen. Joe Hune (R-Hamburg)
Runner-UpSen. Jack Brandenburg (R-Harrison Twp)
Third PlaceSens. Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton), Arlan Meekhof (R-West Olive) and Dave Robertson (R-Grand Blanc)
2013 State House
Most LiberalRep. Mary Rose Robinson (D-Detroit)
Runner-UpRep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit)
Third PlaceRep. Jon Switalski (D-Warren)
Most ConservativeReps. Ray Franz (R-Onekama), Bob Genetski (R-Saugatuck), Ken Goike (R-Ray Twp), Tim Kelly (R-Saginaw), Tom Leonard (R-DeWitt Twp), and Pete Lund (R-Shelby Twp)
Runner-UpsReps. Jon Bumstead (R-Newaygo), Kevin Cotter (R-Mt. Pleasant), Kevin Daley (R-Lum), Joe Graves (R-Argentine), Tom Hooker (R-Byron Center), Nancy Jenkins (R-Clayton), Joel Johnson (R-Clare), Ken Kurtz (R-Coldwater), Andrea LaFontaine (R-Richmond), Dan Lauwers (R-Brockway), Peter MacGregor (R-Rockford), Paul Muxlow (R-Brown City), Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton), Rick Outman (R-Six Lakes), Bruce Rendon (R-Lake City), and Roger Victory (R-Hudsonville)
Third PlaceRep. Greg MacMaster (R-Kewadin)

2012

2012 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Runner-Up Sen. Bert Johnson (D-Highland Park)
Third PlaceSen. Coleman Young II (D-Detroit)
Most ConservativeSens. Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) and Joe Hune (R-Hamburg)
Runner-UpSen. Jack Brandenburg (R-Harrison Twp)
Third PlaceSen. Dave Robertson (R-Grand Blanc)
2012 State House
Most LiberalRep. John Olumba (D-Detroit)
Runner-UpRep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit)
Third PlaceRep. Marcia Hovey-Wright (D-Muskegon)
Most ConservativeRep. Dave Agema (R-Grandville)
Runner-UpReps. Greg MacMaster (R-Kewadin), Jon Bumstead (R-Newaygo), Ray Franz (R-Onekama) and Tom Hooker (R-Byron Center)
Third PlaceReps. Joel Johnson (R-Clare), Tom McMillin (R-Rochester Hills), Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton), Paul Opsommer (R-DeWitt) and Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake)

2011

2011 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Runner-UpsSens. Vince Gregory (D-Southfield) and Gretchen Whitmer (D-E. Lansing)
Third PlaceSen. Morris Hood III (D-Detroit)
Most ConservativeSens. Joe Hune (R-Hamburg) and Dave Robertson (R-Grand Blanc)
Runner-UpSen. Jack Brandenburg (R-Harrison Twp)
Third PlaceSens. Arlan Meekhof (R-West Olive) and Tonya Schuitmaker (R-Lawton)
2011 State House
Most LiberalReps. Vicki Barnett (D-Farmington Hills), Marcia Hovey-Wright (D-Muskegon), Ellen Cogen Lipton (D-Huntington Woods), and Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit)
Runner-UpsReps. John Olumba (D-Detroit) and Jimmy Womack (D-Detroit)
Third PlaceRep. Alberta Tinsley-Talabi (D-Detroit)
Most ConservativeRep. Dave Agema (R-Grandville)
Runner-UpsReps. Kevin Cotter (R-Mt. Pleasant), Hugh Crawford (R-Novi), Kevin Daley (R-Lum), Kurt Damrow (R-Port Austin), Cindy Denby (R-Handy Twp.), Jeff Farrington (R-Utica), Ray Franz (R-Onekama), Bob Genetski (R-Saugatuck), Ben Glardon (R-Owossso), Matt Huuki (R-Atlantic Mine), Brad Jacobsen (R-Oxford), Nancy Jenkins (R-Oxford), Joel Johnson (R-Clare), Marty Knollenberg (R-Troy), Ken Kurtz (R-Coldwater), Lisa Lyons (R-Alto), Peter MacGregor (R-Rockford), Greg MacMaster (R-Kewadin), Tom McMillin (R-Rochester Hills), Chuck Moss (R-Birmingham), Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton), Rick Olson (R-Saline), Earl Poleski (R-Jackson), Phil Potvin (R-Cadillac), Amanda Price (R-Holland), Al Pscholka (R-Stevensville), Bruce Rendon (R-Lake City), Bill Rogers (R-Brighton), Paul Scott (R-Grand Blanc), and Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake)
Third PlaceRep. Gail Haines (R-Lake Angelus)

2010

2010 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Martha Scott (D-Highland Park)
Runner-UpSen. Irma Clark-Coleman (D-Detroit)
Third PlaceSen. Gilda Jacobs (D-Huntington Woods)
Most ConservativeSen. Alan Sanborn (R-Richmond)
Runner-UpSen. Wayne Kuipers (R-Holland)
Third PlaceSen. Cameron Brown (R-Sturgis)
2010 State House
Most LiberalReps. Joan Bauer (D-Lansing), Barb Byrum (D-Onondaga), Deb Kennedy (D-Brownstown Twp.), Steve Lindberg (D-Marquette), and Lesia Liss (D-Warren)
Runner-UpsReps. Vicki Barnett (D-Farmington Hills), Mark Meadows (D-E. Lansing), and Jon Switalski (D-Warren)
Third PlaceReps. Robert Dean (D-Grand Rapids), Marie Donigan (D-Royal Oak), Jennifer Haase (D-Richmond), Richard Hammel (D-Flushing), Harold Haugh (D-Roseville), Andrew Kandrevas (D-Southgate), Kate Segal (D-Battle Creek), Dian Slavens (D-Canton), Alma Wheeler Smith (D-S. Lyon), Woodrow Stanley (D-Flint), Mary Valentine (D-Muskegon), and Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Most ConservativeReps. Justin Amash (R-Cascade Twp) and Tom McMillin (R-Rochester Hills)
Runner-UpRep. Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake)
Third PlaceRep. Dave Agema (R-Grandville)

2009

2009 State Senate
Most LiberalSen. Martha Scott (D-Highland Park)
Runner-UpSen. Liz Brater (D-Ann Arbor)
Third PlaceSen. Mike Prusi (D-Ishpeming)
Most ConservativeSen. Alan Sanborn (R-Richmond)
Runner-UpSen. Mark Jansen (R-Gaines Twp)
Third PlaceSens. Mike Bishop (R-Rochester), Cameron Brown (R-Sturgis), Alan Cropsey (R-DeWitt), and Tony Stamas (R-Midland)
2009 State House
Most LiberalReps. Alma Wheeler Smith (D-S. Lyon), Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit), and Coleman Young II (D-Detroit)
Runner-UpsReps. Vicki Barnett (D-Farmington Hills), Joan Bauer (D-Lansing), Barb Byrum (D-Onondaga), Vince Gregory (D-Southfield), Andrew Kandrevas (D-Southgate), Steve Lindberg (D-Marquette), Ellen Cogen Lipton (D-Huntington Woods), and Woodrow Stanley (D-Flint)
Third PlaceReps. Deb Kennedy (D-Brownstown Twp.) and Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor)
Most ConservativeRep. Bob Genetski (R-Saugatuck)
Runner-UpReps. Dave Agema (R-Grandville) and Justin Amash (R-Cascade Twp)
Third PlaceRep. Kevin Daley (R-Lum)