The two gun votes

Earlier today, state representatives voted down a bill allowing guns in the Capitol in a complicated series of events — first Rep. Steve Hickey successfully weakened the bill with an amendment that narrowly passed, then the amended bill fell just short.

Votes on the two roll calls were all over the place, and fascinating. Here’s how it broke down:

Voted for both Hickey’s amendment and the amended bill (9):

  • Hickey
  • Hoffman
  • Lust
  • Mickelson
  • Rasmussen
  • Romkema
  • Sly
  • Stevens
  • Westra

Voted for Hickey’s amendment but against the final bill (26):

  • Anderson
  • Bartling
  • Bolin
  • Cammack
  • Dryden
  • Duvall
  • Erickson
  • Hajek
  • Hawks
  • Hawley
  • Heinert
  • Johns
  • Killer
  • Kirschman
  • Langer
  • Novstrup (David)
  • Parsley
  • Peterson
  • Ring
  • Schaefer
  • Schrempp
  • Soli
  • Solum
  • Tulson
  • Tyler
  • Wismer

Voted for the amendment, missed the final vote (2):

  • Feinstein
  • Rozum

Voted against the amendment, but for the amended bill (24):

  • Campbell
  • Conzet
  • Craig
  • Cronin
  • Ecklund
  • Gosch
  • Greenfield
  • Haggar (Don)
  • Haggar (Jenna)
  • Heinemann (Leslie)
  • Kaiser
  • Kopp
  • Latterell
  • Magstadt
  • May
  • Olson (Betty)
  • Otten (Herman)
  • Qualm
  • Russell
  • Schoenfish
  • Stalzer
  • Steele
  • Wick
  • Wink

Voted against both the amendment and the amended bill (8):

  • Carson
  • Feickert
  • Gibson
  • Hunhoff (Bernie)
  • Munsterman
  • Rounds
  • Verchio
  • Werner

Voted against the amendment, was absent for the final vote (1):

  • Nelson (who indicated he would have voted no)

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