Archive for Thursday, July 7, 2005

Senate roll call on $148.4 million school finance plan

July 7, 2005

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The 26-11 vote Wednesday night by which the Senate approved a compromise, $148.4 million school finance plan, sending it to Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.

Of the 30 Republicans, 16 voted "yes," 11 voted "no" and three were absent.

All 10 Democrats voted "yes."

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

Pat Apple, Louisburg.

Jim Barnett, Emporia.

Terry Bruce, Hutchinson.

Pete Brungardt, Salina.

Carolyn McGinn, Sedgwick.

Steve Morris, Hugoton.

Roger Pine, Lawrence.

Roger Reitz, Manhattan.

Derek Schmidt, Independence.

Vicki Schmidt, Topeka.

Jean Schodorf, Wichita.

Mark Taddiken, Clifton.

Ruth Teichman, Stafford.

Dwayne Umbarger, Thayer.

John Vratil, Leawood.

David Wysong, Mission Hills.

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

Karin Brownlee, Olathe.

Les Donovan, Wichita.

Tim Huelskamp, Fowler.

Nick Jordan, Shawnee.

Phil Journey, Haysville.

Kay O'Connor, Olathe.

Ralph Ostmeyer, Grinnell.

Peggy Palmer, Augusta.

Mike Petersen, Wichita.

Dennis Pyle, Hiawatha.

Dennis Wilson, Overland Park.

REPUBLICANS ABSENT

Barbara Allen, Overland Park.

Jay Scott Emler, Lindsborg.

Susan Wagle, Wichita.

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES

Jim Barone, Frontenac.

Donald Betts, Wichita.

Marci Francisco, Lawrence.

Mark Gilstrap, Kansas City.

Greta Goodwin, Winfield.

David Haley, Kansas City.

Anthony Hensley, Topeka.

Laura Kelly, Topeka.

Janis Lee, Kensington.

Chris Steineger, Kansas City.

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

None.

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