Analyzing The Utah Legislature: Roll Call Partisanship 2006 — House

This is a continuation of the post on partisan House roll calls in 2005 (q.v.). More of these are coming, including the recent sessions.

Utah Representative Dave Hogue (R-Riverton) retired after 2006 to run for Senate. He recently reentered electoral politics to run for his old seat. There was a twist, though, as he filed to run as a Democrat. The Riverton area is strongly Republican with the Republican winning 66% of the vote in 2006 for House District 52 so his prospects will depend on name recognition and constituent memory. The history here indicates that Hogue has always been a centrist, crossing party lines more than one third of the time. Democrats should expect no different if he rejoins the House.

The legislators on the 71 partisan votes of 2006 Utah House,

Representative Party D Votes R Votes Missed Votes Democratic Rating
Litvack D 65 5 1 92.25%
Biskupski D 64 5 2 91.55%
Moss D 64 7 0 90.14%
Wiley D 63 6 2 90.14%
Fisher, J. M. D 60 7 4 87.32%
McGee D 60 11 0 84.51%
Shurtliff D 58 9 4 84.51%
Becker D 59 10 2 84.51%
Wheatley D 57 9 5 83.80%
Jones D 58 11 2 83.10%
Cosgrove D 57 12 2 81.69%
King D 56 11 4 81.69%
Duckworth D 56 14 1 79.58%
Bourdeaux D 49 8 14 78.87%
Romero D 55 14 2 78.87%
Hendrickson D 52 16 3 75.35%
Hansen D 46 19 6 69.01%
Gowans D 46 24 1 65.49%
Morgan D 42 22 7 64.08%
Mascaro R 35 28 8 54.93%
Holdaway R 33 32 6 50.70%
Lawrence R 31 38 2 45.07%
Allen, S. R 28 38 5 42.96%
Wyatt R 28 40 3 41.55%
Hogue R 28 41 2 40.85%
Murray R 28 42 1 40.14%
Menlove R 26 45 0 36.62%
Buxton R 24 43 4 36.62%
Hunsaker R 24 46 1 34.51%
Hutchings, E. R 22 44 5 34.51%
Hardy R 22 44 5 34.51%
Bigelow R 14 38 19 33.10%
Fisher, Julie R 22 46 3 33.10%
Fowlke R 19 44 8 32.39%
Ray R 20 45 6 32.39%
Dunnigan R 20 48 3 30.28%
Kiser R 20 49 2 29.58%
Dee R 20 49 2 29.58%
Bowman R 18 49 4 28.17%
Curtis R 9 40 22 28.17%
Ure R 15 49 7 26.06%
Alexander R 14 50 7 24.65%
Urquhart R 11 48 12 23.94%
Gibson R 12 52 7 21.83%
Cox, D. R 14 54 3 21.83%
Harper R 13 54 4 21.13%
Snow, G. R 14 55 2 21.13%
Wallace R 15 56 0 21.13%
Aagard R 13 56 2 19.72%
Johnson, B. R 8 51 12 19.72%
Last R 12 56 3 19.01%
Dougall R 10 56 5 17.61%
Ferry R 11 57 3 17.61%
Christensen R 10 57 4 16.90%
Walker R 11 58 2 16.90%
Clark, S. R 10 58 3 16.20%
Adams R 7 56 8 15.49%
Lockhart R 6 55 10 15.49%
Buttars R 7 58 6 14.08%
Dayton R 7 58 6 14.08%
Oda R 9 60 2 14.08%
Clark, D. R 5 59 7 11.97%
Barrus R 8 62 1 11.97%
Noel R 7 61 3 11.97%
Tilton R 6 60 5 11.97%
Painter R 7 62 2 11.27%
Wheeler R 5 62 4 9.86%
Newbold R 6 63 2 9.86%
Morley R 5 62 4 9.86%
Ferrin R 4 61 6 9.86%
Daw R 4 64 3 7.75%
Hughes R 4 65 2 7.04%
Frank R 4 65 2 7.04%
Donnelson R 4 65 2 7.04%
Mathis R 1 67 3 3.52%
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