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Archive for Sunday, May 2, 2004

Senate roll call on proposed marriage amendment

May 2, 2004

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— The 27-13 vote Saturday by which the Senate adopted a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage and to deny the benefits of marriage to other domestic arrangements such as same-sex civil unions.

A "yes" vote was a vote for the proposed amendment. A "no" vote was a vote against it. The measure needed a two-thirds majority, or 27 votes, to pass.

Of the 30 Republicans, 24 voted "yes" and six voted "no."

Of the 10 Democrats, three voted "yes" and seven voted "no."

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

Jim Barnett, Emporia.

Karin Brownlee, Olathe.

Bill Bunten, Topeka.

Stan Clark, Oakley.

Dave Corbin, Towanda.

Les Donovan, Wichita.

Jay Scott Emler, Lindsborg.

Tim Huelskamp, Fowler.

Dave Jackson, Topeka.

Nick Jordan, Shawnee.

Phil Journey, Haysville.

Dave Kerr, Hutchinson.

Bob Lyon, Winchester.

Steve Morris, Hugoton.

Kay O'Connor, Olathe.

Ed Pugh, Wamego.

Larry Salmans, Hanston.

Derek Schmidt, Independence.

Jean Schodorf, Wichita.

Mark Taddiken, Clifton.

Ruth Teichman, Stafford.

Robert Tyson, Parker.

Dwayne Umbarger, Thayer.

Susan Wagle, Wichita.

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

David Adkins, Leawood.

Barbara Allen, Overland Park.

Pete Brungardt, Salina.

Mark Buhler, Lawrence.

Lana Oleen, Manhattan.

John Vratil, Leawood.

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES

Jim Barone, Frontenac.

Mark Gilstrap, Kansas City.

Janis Lee, Kensington.

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

Donald Betts, Wichita.

Christine Downey, Newton.

Greta Goodwin, Winfield.

David Haley, Kansas City.

Henry Helgerson, Wichita.

Anthony Hensley, Topeka.

Chris Steineger, Kansas City.

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