The Oregon AFL-CIO has released their Working Families Scorecard - which rates legislators based on their performance on issues of worker organizing rights, minimum wage, fair and adequate taxes, and more. There were 25 bills that they used to rate legislators, listed here. The full scorecard is here.
Who did the best?
Sen. Ginny Burdick (D-Portland)
Sen. Bill Morrisette (D-Springfield)
Sen. Charlie Ringo (D-Beaverton)
Sen. Frank Shields (D-Portland)
Rep. Phil Barnhart (D-Eugene)
Rep. Terry Beyer (D-Springfield)
Rep. Peter Buckley (D-Ashland)
Rep. Jackie Dingfelder (D-Portland)
Rep. Paul Holvey (D-Eugene)
Rep. Steve March (D-Portland)
Rep. Mary Nolan (D-Portland)
Rep. Diane Rosenbaum (D-Portland)
Rep. Chip Shields (D-Portland)
Rep. Carolyn Tomei (D-Milwaukie)
Rep. Brad Witt (D-Clatskanie)
Among Republicans, Senator Ben Westlund (R-Tumalo) got 68%, Rep. Vicki Berge (R-Salem) got 59%, and Senator Frank Morse (R-Corvallis) got 56%.
Senator Charles Starr got 38%, Senator Ted Ferrioli got 41%, and Senator Doug Whisett got 42%. Speaker Karen Minnis got 36%, Rep. Chuck Burley got 40%, Rep. Jeff Kropf got 40%, Rep. Susan Morgan got 40%, Rep. Kim Thatcher got 41%, Rep. John Lim got 42%.
See the whole scorecard here.