Personhood Progress Report

In this past legislative session, see how your GOP Senator scored on pro-life Legislation

DETAILED Description of the 20 Pro-Life Votes before the GOP Senate

  • September 7, 2022–H3599
    • 1 – Roll Call Vote 1030-Adoption of Committee Amendment, which removed exceptions from the Bill
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=2107
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 2 – Roll Call Vote 1031-Davis Amendment (1)- to add exceptions for abortion for rape/incest up to 20 weeks
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31309
      • TABLING VOTE
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21713
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 3 Roll Call Vote 1035-Davis Amendment (3A)- to add exceptions for fatal fetal anomaly
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31309
      • TABLING VOTE
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21721
          • Tabling motion failed; amendment then adopted via voice vote.
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 4 Roll Call Vote 1037-Kimbrell Amendment (12)- to add exceptions for abortion for rape/incest up to 6 weeks,
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31321
      • TABLING VOTE
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21726
          • This amendment offered before a cloture vote to end filibuster on a mostly clean bill had even been taken
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

  • September 8, 2022–H3599
    • 5 – Roll Call Vote 1040-1st Cloture on clean bill (except fetal anomaly exception)
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21731
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 6 – Roll Call Vote 1041-2nd cloture on clean bill (except fetal anomaly exception)
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21732
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 7 – Roll Call Vote 1043-Massey’s strike/insert amendment (17) with exceptions up to 12 weeks
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31325
      • TABLING VOTE 
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31325
          • By a 24-20 majority, Massey’s HAD the votes to pass if voted upon
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- NO

    • 8 – Roll Call Vote 1044-Cloture Vote Failed
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31325
        • Davis led filibuster to prevent a vote on Massey’s amendment.  26 votes needed to cloture filibuster, but only got 24
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 9 – Roll Call Vote 1046-3rd reading-Changed 3599 to heartbeat Law
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21744
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

  • October 18, 2022– H3599
    • 1 Vote
      • 10 – Roll Call Vote1047-Vote to recede: let 3599 pass without amendment
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21751
          • Would have passed with a majority of those present and voting.  In other words, only 24 votes were needed, not 26, and the bill would have gone to the Governor for signing.
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

  • November 9, 2022–Table Vote
    • 11 – Roll Call Vote 1049-Vote on conference Report
      • Tabling Vote
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21763
          • Needed 26 to pass
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- NO

  • February 8-9, 2023–S0474
    • 12 – Roll Call Vote 39– Senn Amendment (3)-to allow abortion through 12 weeks
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31459
      • TABLING VOTE
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=21965
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 13 – Roll Call Vote 47– Hutto Amendment (10)- to remove existing criminal penalty for self-induced abortion
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=31472
      • TABLING VOTE
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=22024
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 14 – Roll Call Vote 52– 3rd reading to pass Heartbeat bill
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=22034
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

  • April 25-27, 2023–H3774
    • 15 – Roll Call Vote 297– 2nd reading of 3774
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=22887
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 16 – Roll Call Vote 302-Cloture Vote to end filibuster of 3rd reading on H3774
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=22928
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

    • 17 – Roll Call Vote 306-Vote to continue bill (ending debate for the year)
      • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=22954
        • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- NO

  • May 23, 2023–S0474
    • 3 Total Votes
      • 18 -Roll Call Vote 416-Cloture vote: end filibuster of S474
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=23481
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- YES

      • 19 – Roll Call Vote 417-Shealy Amendment (RFH-2A)-to allow abortion through 12 weeks
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/amendments.php?KEY=32391
          • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=23483
            • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE- NO

      • 20 – Roll Call Vote 419-Vote to concur with House amendments in order to pass the heartbeat bill
        • https://scstatehouse.gov/votehistory.php?KEY=23487
          • PERSONHOOD PRO LIFE VOTE-YES

 

How Did Your GOP Senator Score?

Richard Cash: 100%

Billy Garrett: 100%

Shane Martin: 95%

  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion  (13)

Mike Reichenbach: 95%

  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Rex Rice: 95%

  • Voted NO on  Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Brian Adams: 90%

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)

Thomas Alexander: 90%

  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Wes Climer: 90%

  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Tom Corbin: 90%

  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Dwight Loftis: 90%

  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Danny Verdin III: 90%

  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

* Michael Gambrell: 85%

  • * Absent for 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

* Larry Grooms: 85%

  • * Absent for Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Josh Kimbrell: 80%

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Harvey Peeler: 75%

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

Michael Johnson: 70%

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

* Ross Turner: 65%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • * Absent for 306 (17)

Sean Bennett: 60%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

* *Chip Campsen III: 60%

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • * Absent for 1049. Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • * Absent for 306 (17)

* Ronnie Cromer: 60%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • * Absent for 297 (15)

Shane Massey: 60%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on Tabling vote 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

** Scott Talley: 60%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • * Absent for 1040 (5)
  • * Absent for 1041 (6)
  • * Absent for 1046 (9)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • * Absent for 52 (14)

Tom Young: 60%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on Tabling vote 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)

** Stephen Goldfinch: 55% (Absences Due to Military Service) **

  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • * Absent for 1047 (10)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • * Absent for 297 (15)
  • * Absent for 302 (16)
  • * Absent for 306 (17)

Greg Hembree: 35%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted YES on 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • Voted NO on 1044 (8)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on Tabling vote 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)

Tom Davis: 30%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted YES on 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • Voted NO on 1044 (8)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on Tabling vote 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment (13)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)
  • Voted YES on 417 (19)

Penry Gustafson: 20%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted YES on 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • Voted NO on 1044 (8)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on Tabling vote 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)
  • Voted NO on 416 (18)
  • Voted YES on 417 (19)
  • Voted NO on 419 (20)

**Luke Rankin: 15%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on Kimbrell Amendment Tabling Motion (4)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • * Absent for 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • * Absent for 1044 (8)
  • * Absent for 1046 (9)
  • NO VOTE on 1047 (10)
  • NO VOTE on 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on 39 Tabling Motion (12)
  • NO VOTE on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • Voted NO on 52 (14)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)
  • Voted YES on 417 (19)

Katrina Shealy: 10%

  • Voted NO on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • Voted NO on 1044 (8)
  • Voted NO on 1046 (9)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on 39 Tabling Motion (12)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)
  • Voted NO on 416 (18)
  • Voted YES on 417 (19)
  • Voted NO on 419 (20)

Sandy Senn: 5%

  • NO VOTE on 1030 (1)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (2)
  • Voted NO on Davis Amendment Tabling Motion (3)
  • Voted NO on 1040 (5)
  • Voted NO on 1041 (6)
  • Voted NO on 1043 Tabling Motion (7)
  • Voted NO on 1044 (8)
  • Voted NO on 1046 (9)
  • Voted NO on 1047 (10)
  • Voted YES on 1049 Tabling Motion (11)
  • Voted NO on 39 Tabling Motion (12)
  • Voted NO on Hutto Amendment Tabling Motion (13)
  • Voted NO on 52 (14)
  • Voted NO on 297 (15)
  • Voted NO on 302 (16)
  • Voted YES on 306 (17)
  • Voted NO on 416 (18)
  • Voted YES on 417 (19)
  • Voted NO on 419 (20)

 

 

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