PersonhoodSC 2023 Year In Review

 

Dear friends of life in SC,

In 2023, in our state, most of our elected officials stood by and watched as over 6,000 babies were murdered by abortion. That’s about 16 precious children per day killed.

PersonhhodSC spent countless hours seeking to expose the unfruitful works of darkness that are taking place in Columbia, SC.

The Apostle Paul says, “And do not participate in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead even expose them.  For it is disgraceful even to speak of the things done by them in secret.(Ephesians 5:11-12).

This is the task to which PersonhoodSC has, and will continue to be a part of in 2024.  What has been exposed, you may ask?  Please see below:

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As 2023 comes to a close, and every one of the 46 seats of the SC Senate are up for re-election in 2024, we ask that you would prayerfully consider giving a year end donation to the work of PersonhoodSC.  Your donations allow us to continue to fight for the lives of every South Carolinian from birth to natural death.  If you feel led to give, please see the link below.

 

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RINO “Sisters for Death” in the SC Senate

 

 

The RINO “Sisters for Death” in the SC Senate

Sandy Senn – Charleston

Penry Gustafson – Kershaw

Katrina Shealy – Lexington

If it wasn’t already obvious that “Sisters for Death” Sandy Senn, Penry Gustafson, and Katrina Shealy had divorced themselves from the Republican Party Platform before now (Psssss… It should be),  please see here for more detail: http://personhood.sc/rogue-republicans

After stonewalling the human life protection act, leaving countless South Carolinian children without protection under the law, these three “Republican” senators sided with the two pro-death, female Democrat Senators by creating a death-coalition to strike down the Human Life Protection Act when it was being debated on the Senate floor. The Human Life Protection Act would have established legal protection for SC babies beginning at conception.

As if their betrayal to the party they espouse knows no bounds, these three RINOs, along with the two pro-death Democrats, recently traveled to Massachusetts together to receive the JFK Profile in Courage Award for their “stand on abortion rights.”  Please see here for more info:https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2023-09-19/sister-senators-who-fought-abortion-ban-to-receive-jfk-profile-in-courage-award These misled “sister senators” have embraced a position that celebrates legalized murder of innocent SC baby boys and girls. We believe they have permanently established themselves as the “Sisters for Death” in the SC Senate. We expect this from the rabidly pro-death Democrats, but we should not tolerate this from anyone who is a member of the SC Senate Republican caucus. We believe the SC Senate Republican caucus should immediately censure these traitors to the SC GOP platform which plainly states:

“We believe that the right to life is the first inalienable right, without which there can be no other rights. We believe that all human life has intrinsic worth and therefore support vigorous legal protection at all stages of life, from the unborn child to the elderly to the infirmed and disabled. We believe the Fourteenth Amendment’s protection applies to unborn children. Unborn children should be classified as legal persons not as legal property.”

Why would republican senators be creating a coalition with the Democrats on an issue that Is ESSENTIAL to the Republican Party Platform?  It’s simple, friends, they are NOT Republican Senators at all. Senator Richard Cash at his recent campaign event, says it all:RPReplay_Final1700143891

“We’ve got Republican Senators down there who killed the human life protection act.  REPUBLICAN SENATORS (6 out of 30) filibustered the bill with the Democrats.”

–Senator Richard Cash

 

How will SC voters respond to the RINO “Sisters for Death”?

Brothers and sisters, the cat is out of the bag, the mask is off, and many “republicans” in the SC Senate have shown that they do not bear any meaningful allegiance to the Republican Party Platform.  Why, then should they be able to continue to represent our party in Columbia?  At Personhood SC, our goal is to reveal to you the reality of what is happening in Columbia with respect to our pre-born neighbors.  The revealing has been done, now we must act.  Elections are coming!

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Rogue “Republicans”

How 6 “Republican” Senators Denied Protection From Conception For All South Carolinians.

The Timeline:

The SC Fetal Heartbeat Act (2021)

On February 18, 2021, Governor McMaster signed South Carolina’s first Fetal Heartbeat Bill into law after the bill received bi-partisan approval by the SC General Assembly.  This bill was immediately opposed by Planned Parenthood, who filed a lawsuit the exact same day, claiming the law as unconstitutional.  After intervention by Governor McMaster and others, the federal district court issued a preliminary injunction on the new law on March 19, 2021. This injunction sent the cut-off for legal abortion back to 20 weeks of gestation.

 The Dobbs Decision (June 24, 2022)

By the Grace of God, the Supreme Court of the United States declared that abortion was not a right that is constitutionally protected.  For the first time, the decision regarding abortion regulations was kicked back to the states.  As a result of this, the Fetal Heartbeat Act of 2021 took effect in SC on June 27th, 2022, after more than a year being blocked by the federal courts.

Unsurprisingly, abortion providers filed a new challenge to the law, which again blocked the law from taking effect while the court proceedings went on.

2022 Human Life Protection Act (H5399)

After the Dobb’s decision kicked abortion back to the states, the SC Legislature took up the cause of life again.  The SC House passed by a vote of 67 to 35 a ban on abortion, from conception.  This was then amended by the Senate Medical Affairs committee to remove rape and incest exceptions.  This was a significant step forward from the 2021 Heartbeat Law, now providing protection, from conception, for South Carolinians.

This put the ball, once again, into the court of the SC Senate.  It was here, that the RINO’s came out of the bag.  What follows will detail how Senators Hembree, Rankin, Davis, Seen, Shealy, and Gustafson stood in direct opposition to providing protection to all human beings in SC.

“We affirm — as did the Declaration of Independence: that all are created equal, endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights of LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

-The Republican Party Platform

Tom Davis–District 46

“Im not going to let this (bill) come to a vote unless this body votes and sits me down.”  This was spoken by Senator Davis from the floor of the Senate on Thursday, September 8th.  Davis, along with the other senators, stood in direct opposition to a bill that would allow for protection, from conception, for South Carolinians.

Katrina Shealy– District 23

“If you want to believe that God is wanting you to push a bill through with no exception that kills mothers and ruins the lives of children, lets mothers bring home babies to bury them, then I think you’re miscommunicating with God, or maybe not communicating with him at all.”

Penry Gustafson–District 27

“We need to face reality, y’all.  We don’t live in the dark ages.”

Sandy Senn–District 41

“Abortion laws have always been, each and every one of them, about control, plain and simple.”

H5399 fails to Pass Senate, Leaving SC as an Abortion Destination State

Because of the opposition of the 6 “Republican” senators, as well as the Democrats, the Senate amended the bill to be seemingly identical to the 2021 fetal heartbeat act.  After having a heartbeat bill passed in 2021, and the momentous decision by the Supreme Court to kick the abortion decision back to the states, SC was unable to move forward and gain ground in the cause for life.  Below are the votes that were compiled during the Senate hearings concerning on H5399.

September 7, 2022

https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess124_2021-2022/sj21/20210127.htm#p6

  1. Roll Call vote on Amendment 12 To strike section 44-41-680 in its entirety
      • Struck the requirement to report the allegation of rape or incest to the county sheriff.
        • Personhood Pro Life Vote- NO
          • Rankin—Yes
          • Hembree—Yes
          • Davis—Yes
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—Yes
          • Shealy—Yes
  2. Davis and Gustafson Amendment to add section 44-41-830
    • TABLING VOTE—Senator Cash
      • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—Yes
          • Hembree—No
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—No
  3. Senator Cash Amendment to amend section 44-41-810
      • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—No
          • Hembree—No
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—No
  4. Davis and Gustafson Amendment to add subsection to 44-41-820
    • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—No
          • Rankin—Yes
          • Hembree—Yes
          • Davis—Yes
          • Senn—Yes
          • Gustafson—Yes
          • Shealy—Yes
  5. TABLING VOTE of Davis and Gustafson amendment to add increased DHEC requirements
    • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—Yes
          • Hembree—Yes
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—Yes
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—Yes
  6. TABLING VOTE by Senator Cash to table Davis and Gustafson amendment to add to subsection 44-41-820
    • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—No
          • Hembree—No
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—No

September 8, 2022

https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess124_2021-2022/sj22/20220908.htm#p4

  1. Motion to bring debate to a close on Human Life Protection Act
    • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—No
          • Hembree—Yes
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—No
  2. Second Motion to bring debate to a close
    • Personhood Pro-Life Vote—Yes
          • Rankin—No Vote
          • Hembree—No
          • Davis—No
          • Senn—No
          • Gustafson—No
          • Shealy—No

What Now?

All is out on the table.  It is not difficult to see that the Senators above (Shealy, Sean, Gustafson, Rankin, Hembree, and Davis) have been derelict in their duty as Republican Senators in SC!  There is an election coming soon.  Will we let our pro-life voices be heard?  Or will we continue to kick the can down the road?  The ball is now SQUARELY in our court.  Will we stand principled? Or will we cower away in fear and laziness.  May God grant courage to South Carolinians to stand up for the voiceless in South Carolina!

References

  1. https://amp.thestate.com/news/politics-government/article267389442.html
  2. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/09/09/politics/south-carolina-senate-near-total-abortion-ban-bill-fails/index.html
  3. https://www.axios.com/2022/09/09/south-carolina-abortion-ban-filibuster
  4. https://www.theepochtimes.com/us/south-carolina-senate-passes-fetal-heartbeat-abortion-ban-after-rejecting-near-total-abortion-ban-4720318?saved=0?welcomeuser=1

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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)
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