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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