Archive for Thursday, June 30, 2005

House roll call on ‘Mo-Jo’ school finance plan

June 30, 2005

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— The 65-59 vote Wednesday in the House against the $160 million "Mo-Jo" school finance package drafted by Democrats and moderate Republicans, so named because it has sponsors from Morton and Johnson Counties.

A "yes" vote was a vote in favor of amendment the plan into an education funding bill. A "no" vote was a vote against the plan.

Of the 83 Republicans, 18 voted "yes" and 65 voted "no."

Of the 42 Democrats, 41 voted "yes" and one was absent.

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

Pat Colloton, Leawood.

Ray Cox, Bonner Springs.

Barbara Craft, Junction City.

Don Hill, Emporia.

Deena Horst, Salina.

David Huff, Lenexa.

Terrie Huntington, Mission Hills.

Jeff Jack, Parsons.

Dan Johnson, Hays.

Bill Light, Rolla.

Ward Loyd, Garden City.

Ed O'Malley, Roeland Park.

Tim Owens, Overland Park.

JoAnn Pottorff, Wichita.

Stephanie Sharp, Lenexa.

Tom Sloan, Lawrence.

Dale Swenson, Wichita.

Jim Yonally, Overland Park.

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

Clay Aurand, Courtland.

Virginia Beamer, Oakley.

Bob Bethell, Alden.

Anthony Brown, Eudora.

Steve Brunk, Wichita.

Mike Burgess, Topeka.

Richard Carlson, St. Marys.

Eric Carter, Overland Park.

Mary Pilcher Cook, Shawnee.

Don Dahl, Hillsboro.

Willa DeCastro, Wichita.

Kathe Decker, Clay Center.

John Edmonds, Great Bend.

John Faber, Brewster.

Joann Flower, Oskaloosa.

Joann Freeborn, Concordia.

Pat George, Dodge City.

Mario Goico, Wichita.

Lana Gordon, Topeka.

John Grange, El Dorado.

Gary Hayzlett, Lakin.

Carl Dean Holmes, Liberal.

Mitch Holmes, St. John.

Steve Huebert, Valley Center.

Joe Humerickhouse, Osage City.

Becky Hutchins, Holton.

Bonnie Huy, Wichita.

Everett Johnson, Augusta.

Kasha Kelley, Arkansas City.

Richard Kelsey, Goddard.

Mike Kiegerl, Olathe.

Patricia Kilpatrick, Overland Park.

Lance Kinzer, Olathe.

Forrest Knox, Fredonia.

Carl Krehbiel, Moundridge.

Brenda Landwehr, Wichita.

Peggy Mast, Emporia.

Doug Mays, Topeka.

Bill McCreary, Wellington.

Joe McLeland, Wichita.

Ray Merrick, Stilwell.

Frank Miller, Independence.

Jim Morrison, Colby.

Judy Morrison, Shawnee.

Don Myers, Derby.

Melvin Neufeld, Ingalls.

Dean Newton, Prairie Village.

Todd Novascone, Wichita.

Lynne Oharah, Uniontown.

Robert Olson, Olathe.

Mike O'Neal, Hutchinson.

Bill Otto, LeRoy.

Virgil Peck, Tyro.

Larry Powell, Kalvesta.

Ted Powers, Mulvane.

Charles Roth, Salina.

Scott Schwab, Olathe.

Sharon Schwartz, Washington.

Clark Shultz, Lindsborg.

Arlen Siegfreid, Olathe.

Jene Vickrey, Louisburg.

Jason Watkins, Wichita.

Shari Weber, Herington.

Kenny Wilk, Lansing.

Kevin Yoder, Overland Park.

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES

Barbara Ballard, Lawrence.

Tom Burroughs, Kansas City.

Sydney Carlin, Manhattan.

Marti Crow, Leavenworth.

Paul Davis, Lawrence.

Nile Dillmore, Wichita.

Oletha Faust-Goudeau, Wichita.

Bill Feuerborn, Garnett.

Geraldine Flaharty, Wichita.

Vaughn Flora, Topeka.

Delia Garcia, Wichita.

Doug Gatewood, Columbus.

Bob Grant, Cherokee.

Tom Hawk, Manhattan.

Broderick Henderson, Kansas City.

Jerry Henry, Cummings.

Tom Holland, Baldwin City.

Nancy Kirk, Topeka.

Annie Kuether, Topeka.

Harold Lane, Topeka.

Bruce Larkin, Baileyville.

Judy Loganbill, Wichita.

Margaret Long, Kansas City.

Ann Mah, Topeka.

Melody McCray-Miller, Wichita.

Dennis McKinney, Greensburg.

Julie Menghini, Pittsburg.

Jan Pauls, Hutchinson.

Mike Peterson, Kansas City.

Eber Phelps, Hays.

L. Candy Ruff, Leavenworth.

Louis Ruiz, Kansas City.

Tom Sawyer, Wichita.

Bonnie Sharp, Kansas City.

Sue Storm, Overland Park.

Josh Svaty, Ellsworth.

Tom Thull, North Newton.

Mark Treaster, Pretty Prairie.

Jim Ward, Wichita.

Jerry Williams, Chanute.

Valdenia Winn, Kansas City.

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

None.

DEMOCRATS ABSENT

Judy Showalter, Winfield.

Comments

bankboy119 10 years ago

While it is always great to know how your Representatives are voting to see if they are actually representing you...it doesn't help when the paper doesn't say what the bill entailed. Maybe this liberal should have said that the Republicans were not going to vote yes on any bill, no matter who came up with it, until a separation of powers was established.

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