The school sentinel vote

The full House of Representatives voted 42-27 against¬†for House Bill 1087, the “school sentinels” bill. Most Republicans voted yes, and most Democrats voted no. But not all. Here’s the full results, broken down by vote and party:

Democratic no votes (17)

  • Bartling
  • Feickert
  • Gibson
  • Hawks
  • Hawley
  • Heinert
  • Hunhoff (Bernie)
  • Killer
  • Kirschman
  • Parsley
  • Peterson
  • Ring
  • Schrempp
  • Soli
  • Tyler
  • Wismer

Democratic yes votes (1)

  • Feinstein

Republican no votes (11)

  • Carson
  • Johns
  • Magstadt
  • Romkema
  • Rounds
  • Rozum
  • Schaefer
  • Solum
  • Tulson
  • Werner
  • Wink

Republican yes votes (41)

  • Bolin
  • Cammack
  • Campbell
  • Conzet
  • Craig
  • Cronin
  • Dryden
  • Duvall
  • Ecklund
  • Erickson
  • Gosch
  • Greenfield
  • Haggar (Don)
  • Haggar (Jenna)
  • Hajek
  • Hansen
  • Heinemann (Leslie)
  • Hickey
  • Hoffman
  • Kaiser
  • Kopp
  • Latterell
  • Lust
  • May
  • Mickelson
  • Miller
  • Munsterman
  • Nelson
  • Novstrup (David)
  • Olson (Betty)
  • Otten (Herman)
  • Rasmussen
  • Russell
  • Schoenfish
  • Sly
  • Stalzer
  • Steele
  • Stevens
  • Verchio
  • Westra
  • Wick

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