OUR MISSION

Michael Wigley
Chairman, Taxpayers League
THE 2002 LEGISLATIVE
SESSION
"The Taxpayers League's
mission is to represent
Minnesotans who believe in
limited government, low taxation, local control, free
enterprise and the Constitutional principles set forth
by our nation's founders.
The Taxpayers League is fighting to reduce
and reform taxation, eliminate government waste
and improve efficiency. It serves as a strong voice for
all taxpaying citizens in Minnesota."
2002
LEGISLATIVE
SCORECARD
A Guide to
Minnesota Lawmakers’
Votes on Taxes
and Spending
HOW TO USE THE
TAXPAYERS LEAGUE
SCORECARD
This scorecard reports key votes
l awmakers cast on taxes and
spending. A “+” vote denotes a pro-
taxpayer position. The rating reflects the percentage
of pro-taxpayer votes cast. Also reported is the
cumulative score for each state legislator for years
1997-2002.
The Taxpayers League of Minnesota is a
nonpartisan nonprofit grassroots taxpayer advocacy
organization representing thousands of Minnesotans.
It fights for lower taxes, limited government and the
full empowerment of taxpaying citizens in accordance
with Constitutional principles. Nothing in this scorecard
implies endorsement of any candidate for public office.
PLEASE JOIN US IN
FIGHTING FOR LOWER
TAXES
If you’re tired of Minnesota’s high taxes and big
government – and you want to join the fight to
change it – the Taxpayers League would like your
help. To support our cause, we suggest a gift of
$25 or more be sent to:
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Plymouth, MN 55447
(763) 249-5950
Fax: (763) 249-5960
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Linda Runbeck
President
It was bound to happen. After 10
years of spending growth far
outstripping inflation, our state
has landed in a pool of red ink. Of
course the liberal interest groups
are all lining up behind massive
tax increases to keep the
spending train on track, so it is
doubly important that you ask
your state lawmakers to sign the
Taxpayer Protection Pledge.
State spending grew by 28%
during Governor Ventura’s tenure:
from $21 billion in 1998 to $27
billion today--landing us #1 in per
capita state tax burden this year.
Despite this alarming fact,
liberals in the State Senate have
proposed over $7 billion in new
taxes. The next legislative
session will determine the
direction of Minnesota’s future.
WHAT’S NEXT?
David Strom
Legislative
Director
Will we have bigger government and higher taxes, or
a more balanced budget approach?
U.8. 8enetor 1 2 3 4 5 ê 7 8 9 10 8core
Yerk 0eyton (0} - - - - - - - - - - 0%
Peu| we||stone (0} - - - - - - - - - - 0%
United States Congress Scorecard - 107th Congress 2001-02
U.8. Representet|ve 1 2 3 4 5 ê 7 8 9 10 11 12 8core
0|| 0utknecht (R-1st} + + + + + - + - + + + + 837
Yerk Kennedy (R-2nd} + + + + + - + - + + + + 837
J|m Remsted (R-3rd} + + + + + - + + + + - + 837
ßetty Yc6o||um (0-4th} - - - - + - - - - - - - 87
Yert|n 8ebo (0-5th} - - - - - - - - - - - - 07
ß||| Luther (0-êth} - - - + - - - - + - - - 177
6o|||n Peterson (0-7th} - - + * * - - - + - + 407
Jemes 0berster (0-8th} - * - - - - - - - - - - 07
U.S. House of Representatives Votes
1} 8t|mu|ete Legg|ng Economy (Ro|| 6e|| 38}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo pass l||s
pac|age ol lax culs, urerp|oyrerl oerel|ls, ard
|rcerl|ves lo sl|ru|ale ecoror|c acl|v|ly.
2} Yeke Tex 6uts Permenent (Ro|| 6e|| 103}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo ra|e l|e
2001 8us| lax culs perrarerl.
3} K||| the 0eeth Tex (Ro|| 6e|| 219} T|e
laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo perrarerl|y
repea| l|e deal| lax.
4} Yerr|ege Pene|ty E||m|net|on (Ro|| 6e||
229) T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo
perrarerl|y e||r|rale l|e rarr|age lax pera|ly
or Wor||rg lar|||es.
5} Tex L|m|tet|on Amendment (Ro|| 6e|| 225}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo prolecl
laxpayers oy requ|r|rg a 2/3rds 'superrajor|ly¨
vole ol Corgress lo ra|se laxes.
ê} Reject Trede Restr|ct|ons (Ro|| 6e|| 130}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl
|rcreas|rg lar|lls, W||c| cosls joos ard |oWer
ecoror|c groWl|.
7} Expend Econom|c 0rowth end Trede (Ro||
6e|| 370} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo
prorole Arer|ca's |rduslr|es oy g|v|rg l|e
Pres|derl aul|or|ly lo regol|ale lrade
agreererls W|l| ol|er courlr|es.
8} 0on't Underm|ne the Fem||y Ferm (Ro||
6e|| 123} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo
rejecl l|e S 190 8||||or larr o|||, W||c| W|||
corl|rue lo urderr|re lar||y larrs oy ercour-
ag|rg overproducl|or ard |oWer larr pr|ces,
W|||e cosl|rg laxpayers o||||ors.
9} we|fere to work (Ro|| 6e|| 170} T|e
laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo |e|p peop|e gel oll
We|lare ard |rlo sleady pay|rg joos.
10} Reform the |R8 (Ro|| 6e|| 85} T|e laxpayer
lr|erd|y vole Was lo s|rp||ly l|e ledera| lax code
ard lo prov|de reW saleguards aga|rsl urla|r
lR3 co||ecl|or procedures.
11} Preserve Free 8peech (Ro|| 6e|| 34} T|e
laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l|e
'Carpa|gr F|rarce Relorr¨ o|||, W||c| Wou|d
|rpose slr|cl, urcorsl|lul|ora| ||r|ls or po||l|ca|
speec| oy everyore excepl po||l|c|ars ard l|e
red|a.
12} Keep Nuc|eer Power 8efe (Ro|| 6e|| 133}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo l|ra||y oper
l|e ru|l|o||||or do||ar Yucca Vourla|r Repos|lory
lor ruc|ear Wasle, lu|l||||rg a ledera| pror|se ard
ersur|rg l|al ruc|ear poWer rera|rs a sale ard
v|ao|e erergy source.
1} K||| the 0eeth Tex (Ro|| 6e|| 151} T|e
laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo perrarerl|y repea|
l|e deal| lax.
2} 8t|mu|ete Legg|ng Economy (Ro|| 6e||
14} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo pass
l||s pac|age ol lax culs ard |rcerl|ves lo
sl|ru|ale l|e ecorory.
3} Promote Econom|c 0rowth end Trede
(Ro|| 6e|| Vote 207} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y
vole Was lo prorole Arer|ca's |rduslr|es oy
g|v|rg l|e Pres|derl aul|or|ly lo regol|ale
lrade agreererls.
4} Promote Energy |ndependence (Ro|| 6e||
71} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo prorole
Arer|car erergy |rdeperderce oy expard|rg
doresl|c o|| producl|or.
5} Reject New Eng|end 0e|ry 6ompect (Ro||
6e|| 29} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl
l||s ouldaled sc|ere lo suos|d|ze NeW Erg|ard
da|ry producers al l|e experse ol V|rresola
da|ry larrers.
ê} 0on't 0ut|ew P|ckup Trucks (Ro|| 6e|| 48}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l||s
reasure lo |rpose |oW passerger car lue|
ecorory slardards or p|c|ups ard ol|er lruc|s.
7} 6ontro| hee|th 6ere 6osts (Ro|| 6e|| 197}
T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo |e|p corlro|
|ea|l| care cosls oy reduc|rg lr|vo|ous |aWsu|ls
aga|rsl |ea|l| care prov|ders.
U.S. Senate Votes
8} Reject 0overnment Pr|ce 6ontro|s (Ro||
6e|| 179} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo
rejecl l||s oogus sc|ere lo reduce prescr|pl|or
drug pr|ces oy exporl|rg Arer|car p|arraceu-
l|ca|s lo Carada ard suosequerl|y ouy|rg l|er
oac| al reduced pr|ces.
9} 0on't Underm|ne the Fem||y Ferm (Ro||
6e|| 103} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo
rejecl l|e S190 8||||or larr o|||, W||c| W|||
corl|rue lo urderr|re lar||y larrs oy ercour-
ag|rg overproducl|or ard |oWer larr pr|ces,
W|||e cosl|rg laxpayers o||||ors.
10} Preserve Free 8peech (Ro|| 6e|| 54} T|e
laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l|e so-ca||ed
'carpa|gr l|rarce relorr¨ o|||, W||c| Wou|d
|rpose slr|cl urcorsl|lul|ora| ||r|ls or po||l|ca|
speec| oy everyore excepl po||l|c|ars ard l|e
red|a.
÷ = Taxpayer Fr|erd|y vole - = Taxpayer urlr|erd|y vole ¯ = Nol vol|rg
MINNESOTA STATE SENATE
1. DON’T INCREASE GAS PRICES. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject
increasing the gas tax by 30%. (passed 39-26)
2. DON’T INCREASE “SIN” TAXES. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject this
measure to raise cigarette taxes by 60 cents a pack. (passed 46-21)
3. DON’T INCREASE THE PHONE TAX. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject
increasing the 911 surcharge on monthly phone bills. (failed 20-47)
4. REJECT THE 3/16
TH
AMENDMENT. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject this
attempt to dedicate 3/16
th
of one percent of sales tax receipts to fund some
legislators’ pet projects. (passed 44-21)
5. REJECT BUDGET BUSTING BONDING BILL. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
reject the excessive $1.2 billion bonding bill. (passed 51-13)
6. FUND ROADS, NOT RAIL. The taxpayer friendly vote was to fund needed
bottleneck reductions instead of wasteful rail projects. (failed 8-51)
7. DON’T USE ROAD MONEY FOR DEFICIT REDUCTION. The taxpayer friendly
vote was to reject this proposal to use road construction funds to reduce the
budget deficit. (passed 35-31)
8. DON’T INCREASE FUEL PRICES. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject this
mandate requiring that vegetable oil be added to diesel fuel in Minnesota. (passed
53-11)
9. RETAIN ACCOUNTABILITY IN GOVERNMENT. The taxpayer friendly vote was
to reject this legislation which would reduce accountability in government
contracting. (passed 35-23)
10. REPEAL THE PROFILE OF LEARNING. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
repeal the Profile of Learning, which has wasted millions of tax dollars on
bureaucracy while dumbing down our children. (failed 33-33)
11. SAY NO TO GOVERNMENT GAMBLING. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
reject this proposal to use government-run slot machines to fund a new baseball
stadium. (failed 23-43)
12.SUPPORT THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
support optional recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in schools once a week.
(passed 46-10)
MINNESOTA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
1. REJECT TAXPAYER-FUNDED STADIUM. The taxpayer friendly vote was to kill
this proposal to use taxpayer dollars to finance a new baseball stadium for the
Minnesota Twins. (passed 80-52)
2. REJECT GRANTS FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION. The taxpayer friendly vote was
to reject a taxpayer subsidy of public television. (passed 113-20)
3. HOLD THE LINE ON GOVERNMENT SPENDING. The taxpayer friendly vote
was to adopt the Minority Report to the bonding bill, which would have cut the
bonding bill in half. (failed 14-114)
4. REJECT “RULE OF 90.” The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject an expansion
of early retirement benefits for selected public employees, while undermining
funding for K-12 education. (passed 106-23)
5. REDUCE THE BUDGET DEFICIT. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reduce the
budget deficit with spending cuts instead of tax increases. (passed 76-56)
6. USE RESERVE FUNDS TO ERASE THE DEFICIT. The taxpayer friendly vote
was to allow the use of tobacco settlement funds to reduce the budget deficit.
(failed 61-71)
7. FUND ROADS, NOT RAIL. The taxpayer friendly vote was to transfer money
proposed for commuter rail to highway construction. (failed 66-66)
8. DON’T INCREASE FUEL PRICES. The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject this
mandate requiring that vegetable oil be added to diesel fuel in Minnesota. (passed
78-53)
9. PREVENT AMORTIZATION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY. The taxpayer friendly
vote was to reject this proposal to allow cities to seize private property without
just compensation. (failed 42-85)
10.SAY NO TO GOVERNMENT RUN CASINO. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
reject this proposal to build a government-chartered casino to fund pork barrel
spending. (failed 7-125)
11.REJECT DISCRIMINATORY STATE POLICY. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
support a resolution to reject discriminatory benefits packages which would
extend marriage benefits to unmarried state employees in same-sex
relationships, while excluding state employees in opposite sex relationships.
(passed 75-54)
12.REPEAL THE PROFILE OF LEARNING. The taxpayer friendly vote was to
repeal the Profile of Learning which has wasted millions of tax dollars on
bureaucracy while dumbing down our children. (passed 109-22)
VOTE DESCRIPTIONS STATE SENATE
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TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MINNESOTA Scorecard
Party/
Name District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Legerd: '÷¨= pro-|axpayer vo|e '-¨= ar||-|axpayer vo|e '
¯
¨= ro| vo||rg
E||en Anderson 0êê - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 9
H|che|e 8echmenn R5ê + + + - + + + + + + + + 92 92
w||||em 8e|enger Jr. R41 - + - - - - + + + + - + 50 êê
6her|es 8erg R13 + - + - - - + - + + - + 50 47
L|nde 8erg||n 0ê1 ¯ - - + - - - ¯ - - + ¯ ¯ 3
0on 8etzo|d 048 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 10
8etveer 6heudhery 052 + - - + - - - - - - + + 33 2ê
R|cherd 6ohen 0ê4 - - - + - - - - - - + + 25 13
0|ck 0ey R28 + + + - ¯ ¯ + - + + - + 70 80
8teve 0|||e R20 + - - - - - + - + + + + 50 5ê
H|che||e F|schbech R14 + + + - + - + - + + - + ê7 80
Leo Fo|ey 049 - - - + - - - + - - + - 25 10
6huck Fow|er 02ê - - - - - - - - + - + + 25 25
0enn|s Freder|ckson R23 - - - - - ¯ + - + + + + 45 ê1
L|nde h|gg|ns 058 - - - + - - - - - - + + 25 7
John hott|nger 024 - - - + - - - - - - + + 25 7
0eve Johnson 040 - - - - - - - - ¯ - + ¯ 10 18
0een Johnson 015 - - - - - - - - ¯ - + + 18 37
0oug|es Johnson 0ê - - - ¯ - ¯ - - - - + ¯ ¯ 5
0ebb|e Johnson R50 + + + - + - + + + + - + 75 84
8teve Ke||ey 044 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 13
8ob K|er||n R32 + + + - - - + - + + - + 58 70
Tony K|nke| 04 - - - - - - - - - - + ¯ 9 ê
8he||e K|sceden R30 - - - - - ¯ + - + + ¯ + 40 57
0eve K|e|s R1ê + + + - - - + - + + - + 58 78
0ev|d Knutson R3ê + + + - + - + + ¯ + - + 73 78
Jene Krentz 051 - - - - ¯ - - - - - + + 18 22
Ke|th Lengseth 09 - - - - - - - - - + - + 17 10
6e| Lerson R10 + + + - - ¯ + - + + - + ê4 74
Ar|ene Lesewsk| R21 + + - - - ¯ + - + + + + ê4 74
8ob Lesserd |3 + - - - - - - + ¯ ¯ - + 30 27
werren L|mmer R33 + + + - + + + + + + + + 92 92
8ecky Lourey 08 - - - - - - + - - - + ¯ 18 ê
John Herty 054 + - - + - - + - - - + - 33 22
Jemes Hetzen 039 - - - + - - - + - - - + 25 18
Roger Hoe 02 - - - - - ¯ - ¯ - - + + 20 ê
Hee Houe 0ê7 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 17
8teve Hurphy 029 - - - - - - + - - + + + 33 8
Thomes Neuv|||e R25 + - + - + - + - + + + + ê7 79
Edwerd 0||ver R43 ¯ - - - - + + + ¯ + + + ê0 78
Sen 0|son R34 + + + - - + + - ¯ + + + 73 82
Hyron 0rf|e|d 0ê0 - + - + - - - - - - + ¯ 27 14
Herk 0urede R19 - - + - + - + - + + - + 50 72
8endre Peppes 0ê5 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 5
Pet Per|seeu R37 + + + - + + + - + + - + 75 85
Lerry Pogem|||er 059 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 ê
Leonerd Pr|ce 057 - - - - - - - - - - + + 17 9
Jene Renum 0ê3 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 9
Hedy Re|ter R53 + + + - + + + + + + - + 83 88
Ann Rest 04ê - - - + - - - - - + + + 33 2ê
Twy|e R|ng 018 - - - + - - - - - - + + 25 15
Herthe Robertson R45 + + + ¯ + - + ¯ - - - ¯ 5ê ê9
6|e|re Rob||ng R35 + - - - + + + - + + - + 58 77
Ju||e 8ebo 0ê2 - - - + - - - - - - + - 17 9
0e||es 8ems 011 + - - - - - + - ¯ + - + 3ê 23
0on 8emue|son 012 + - - - - - + - - + - + 33 2ê
Kenr|c 8cheeve| R31 + + + - + + + - + + + ¯ 82 79
L|nde 8che|d 047 - + - + - - - - - - + + 33 12
Srece 8chweb R27 + - + - - - + - ¯ + - + 45 ê4
Yvonne 8o|on 07 - - - + - - - - - - + ¯ 18 18
0en 8tevens R17 + + + - + - + - + + - ¯ ê4 80
LeRoy 8tumpf 01 - - - - - - - - - - + + 17 11
Roy Terw||||ger R42 - + - - ¯ - ¯ + ¯ + - ¯ 38 ê5
0ev|d Tomesson| 05 - - + - - ¯ - - - - - + 18 17
J|m V|ckermen 022 - + - - - - - - + + + + 42 1ê
0eenne w|ener 038 - - - - - - - - - - + + 17 1ê
6her|es w|ger 055 - - - - - - - - - + + + 25 34
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MINNESOTA Scorecard
Party/
Name District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9
7
-
0
2
2
0
0
2
RATING
Party/
Name District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9
7
-
0
2
2
0
0
2
RAT|NC
J|m Abe|er R49A - - - - + + - - + + + + 50 ô2
Ron Abrams R45A - - - - + + + + + + + + ô7 73
ßruce Anderson R19ß + + * + + + + + * + + + 100 95
|rv Anderson 03A - - - - - - - + - + - + 17 19
Thomas ßakk 0ôA - - - - + - - + - + - + 25 18
6onn|e ßernardy 048ß - - - - - - - - - + - + 8 27
Len ß|ernat 059A + - - - - - - - - + - - 17 21
0ave ß|shop R30ß - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô2
Creg ß|a|ne R12ß - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 58
Lynda ßoudreau R25ß - - - - + + + - + - + + 50 71
Fran ßrad|ey R30A - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 74
Hark ßuesgens R35ß + + + + + + + + + - + + 92 89
Lyndon 6ar|son 04ôß - - - - - - - - - + - + 8 25
Ceorge 6asse|| R10ß - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô0
James 6|ark R23A - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô9
Karen 6|ark 0ô1A + - - - - - - - - + - - 17 14
Roxann 0aggett R11A - - - - + + + + + + + + ô7 71
Cregory 0av|ds R31ß * - - - + + + - + + + + ô4 75
J|m 0avn|e 0ô2A - - - * - - - - - + - - 9 13
Andy 0awk|ns 0ô5A - - - - - - - - - + - + 8 17
8teve 0eh|er R14A - - - - + + - - + + + + 50 70
Jerry 0empsey R29A - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ôô
8cott 0|bb|e 0ô0ß + - - - - - - - - + * - 18 9
0an 0orman R27A - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô1
John 0orn 024A - - - - - - + - + + - + 25 17
Rob East|und R18A + + - + + + + - + + + + 83 75
Hatt Entenza 0ô4A + - - - - - - - - + - - 17 20
Ron Erhardt R42A - - - - + + + + + + * + ô4 72
8ondra Er|ckson R17A + + + + + + + - + - + + 83 80
Cer| Evans 052ß + - - - - - - - - + - - 17 17
T|m F|nseth R1ß - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 70
ßetty Fo|||ard 044A + - - - - - - * - + - - 18 32
0oug Fu||er R4A - - - * + + + + + + + + 73 70
6hr|s Cer|ach R3ôA + + + + + + + + + + + + 100 91
Hark C|eason 0ô3ß + - - - - - - - - + - - 17 19
Kev|n Coodno R9A - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô7
ßarbara Coodw|n 052A + - - - - - - - + + - + 25 34
Cregory Cray 058ß - - * - - - - - - + - * 10 17
H|ndy Cre|||ng 054ß + - - - - - - + - + - - 25 1ô
ßob Cunther R2ôA - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô4
ß||| haas R48A - - - - + + + + + + + + ô7 78
Tom hackbarth R50A + - - - + + - + + - + + 58 ô5
E|a|ne harder R22ß - - - - + + + - + + + + 58 ô8
A||ce hausman 0ôôß - - - - - * * - - + - - 10 12
0ebra h||strom 047ß - - - - - * * - + + - + 30 28
ß||| h||ty 08ß - - - - - - - - - + - + 8 17
Hary L|z ho|berg R37ß + + - + + + + + + + + + 92 79
Hark ho|sten R5ôA - - - - + + + + + + + + ô7 77
Larry howes R4ß + - - - + + + + + + + + 75 ô9
Tom hunt|ey 0ôß - - - - - - - + + + - - 25 1ô
6ar| Jacobson R53ß + + + - + + + + + + + + 92 9ô
H|ke Jaros 07ß - - - - - - - - - + - + 8 15
Loren Jenn|ngs 018ß - - + - - - - - * * + + 30 24
Ruth Johnson 024ß - - - - - - + - - + - + 17 14
Jeff Johnson R34ß + + - + + + + + + + + + 92 9ô
8he|don Johnson 0ô7ß + - * - - - - - * + - - 20 27
John Jordan R47A - - - - * + - + + + * + 50 50
A| Juhnke 015A - - * - + - - - + + - + 3ô 27
Phy|||s Kahn 059ß - - - - - - - - - + - - 8 1ô
henry Ka||s 02ôß + + - - - - - - + + - + 33 22
Hargaret A. Ke|||her 0ô0A - - - - - - - - - + - - 8 17
Tony K|e|kuck| R20ß + + - + + + + - + - + + 75 8ô
J|m Knob|ach R1ôß - - - - + + - + + + + + 58 71
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