Pro-Job and Pro-Economy Voting Scores For Local Legislators Released (VIDEO)

By Ian Hoover- 21Alive

May 23, 2014 Updated May 23, 2014 at 5:24 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- The Indiana Chamber Of Commerce has released their analysis of Allen County Legislator's pro-job and pro-economy voting records.

The scores are as follows:

Rep. Martin Carbaugh (R-District 81) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 82%; two-year average: 83%

Rep. Phil GiaQuinta (D-District 80) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 64%; two-year average: 61%

Rep. Kathy Heuer (R-District 83) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 94%; two-year average: 91%

Rep. Matt Lehman (R-District 79) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 94%; two-year average: 88%

Rep. Dan Leonard (R-District 50) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 91%; two-year average: 88%

Rep. Robert Morris (R-District 84) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 88%; two-year average: 87%

Rep. David Ober (R-District 82) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 85%; two-year average: 81%

Rep. Casey Cox (R-District 85) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 91%; two-year average: 91%

Rep. Ben Smaltz (R-District 52) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 88%; two-year average: 87%

Sen. Dennis Kruse (R-District 14) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 97%; two-year average: 89%

Sen. David Long (R-District 16) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 100%; two-year average: 92%

Sen. Thomas Wyss (R-District 15) – 2014 pro-jobs voting: 100%; two-year average: 92%

The scores are a determination of a legislator's voting record when it comes to passing legislation that creates jobs and moves the economy forward.

For the report, you can go here




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