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Archive for Tuesday, May 4, 2004

Senate roll call on open records bill

May 4, 2004

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— The 21-13 vote Monday by which the Senate approved a bill strengthening the Kansas Open Records Act, sending it to Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.

A "yes" vote was a vote for the bill. A "no" vote was a vote against the measure.

Of the 30 Republicans, 20 voted "yes," eight voted "no" and two abstained.

Of the 10 Democrats, one voted "yes," five voted "no," three abstained and one was absent.

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

David Adkins, Leawood.

Barbara Allen, Overland Park.

Pete Brungardt, Salina.

Mark Buhler, Lawrence.

Bill Bunten, Topeka.

Dave Corbin, Towanda.

Jay Scott Emler, Lindsborg.

Nick Jordan, Shawnee.

Phil Journey, Haysville.

Dave Kerr, Hutchinson.

Steve Morris, Hugoton.

Kay O'Connor, Olathe.

Lana Oleen, Manhattan.

Larry Salmans, Hanston.

Derek Schmidt, Independence.

Mark Taddiken, Clifton.

Ruth Teichman, Stafford.

Dwayne Umbarger, Thayer.

John Vratil, Leawood.

Susan Wagle, Wichita.

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

Karin Brownlee, Olathe.

Stan Clark, Oakley.

Les Donovan, Wichita.

Tim Huelskamp, Fowler.

Bob Lyon, Winchester.

Ed Pugh, Wamego.

Jean Schodorf, Wichita.

Robert Tyson, Parker.

REPUBLICANS ABSTAINING

Jim Barnett, Emporia.

Dave Jackson, Topeka.

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES

Mark Gilstrap, Kansas City.

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

Jim Barone, Frontenac.

Donald Betts, Wichita.

Henry Helgerson, Wichita.

Anthony Hensley, Topeka.

Chris Steineger, Kansas City.

DEMOCRATS ABSTAINING

Christine Downey, Newton.

Greta Goodwin, Winfield.

Janis Lee, Kensington.

DEMOCRATS ABSENT

David Haley, Kansas City.

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