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2012 HOUSE Voting Record


Vote descriptions
are at the bottom of this page. If you don't know your Legislative District, or who your Representatives are, click here. To send an e-mail to your Representatives, click on their names. You can also download a printable version (11"x17" PDF) of the 2012 WSLC Legislative Report, which includes these voting records..


KEY: = Voted RIGHT   = Voted WRONG   E = Excused   A = Absent

SPON.= Bill sponsorships (up to 5 pts.)  —  ADV.= Caucus and floor advocacy (up to 10 pts.)
Unfortunately, because the session ran so late, Sponsorship and Advocacy ratings are not yet available. Check back in the coming days.


STATE REPRESENTATIVE Party
/Dist.
V O T E # * 2012
WSLC
Voting
Record

Lifetime
WSLC
Voting
Record

SPON

ADV

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
1
1
1
2
Ahern R-6                     14% 14%
Alexander R-20                     14% 16%
Anderson R-5                     14% 15%
Angel R-26                   20% 20%
Appleton D-23 100% 99%
Armstrong R-12                   39% 20%
Asay R-30                 45% 39%
Bailey R-10                     14% 14%
Billig D-3 100% 100%
Blake D-19 100% 87%
Buys R-42                     14% 12%
Carlyle D-36     68% 57%
Chandler R-15                       7%

10%

Chopp D-43     68% 89%
Clibborn D-41     68% 77%
Cody D-34   93% 94%
Condotta R-12                       7% 13%
Crouse R-4                   20% 12%
Dahlquist R-31                     14% 27%
Dammeier R-25                     14% 18%
Darneille D-27   93% 88%
DeBolt R-20                       7% 14%
Dickerson D-36     68% 94%
Dunshee D-39 100% 91%
Eddy D-48           48% 61%
Fagen R-9                       7% 12%
Finn D-35         55% 47%
Fitzgibbon D-34   93% 97%
Goodman D-45 100% 94%
Green D-28 100% 92%
Haigh D-35 100% 86%
Haler R-8                     14% 23%
Hansen D-23 100% 100%
Hargrove R-47                   20% 18%
Harris R-17                 45% 45%
Hasegawa D-11 100% 98%
Hinkle R-13                     14% 16%
Hope R-44                   20% 27%
Hudgins D-11 100% 93%
Hunt D-22   93% 97%
Hunter D-48       61% 71%
Hurst D-31           48% 73%
Jinkins D-27 100% 82%
Johnson R-14                       7% 12%
Kagi D-32   75% 87%
Kelley D-28 E E   75% 61%
Kenney D-46 100% 99%
Kirby D-29   93% 98%
Klippert R-8                     14% 14%
Kretz R-7                         0% 11%
Kristiansen R-39                       7% 13%
Ladenburg D-29 100% 100%
Liias D-21 E E 100% 97%
Lytton D-40 100% 100%
Maxwell D-41   75% 67%
McCoy D-38 100% 94%
McCune R-2                       7% 22%
Miloscia D-30   93% 91%
Moeller D-49     68% 88%
Morris D-40 100% 77%
Moscoso D-1 100% 100%
Nealey R-16   E                 15% 10%
Orcutt R-18                     14% 15%
Ormsby D-3 100% 99%
Orwall D-33 100% 92%
Overstreet R-42                     14% 9%
Parker R-6                     14% 14%
Pearson R-39                       7% 16%
Pedersen D-43   75% 75%
Pettigrew D-37     68% 87%
Pollet D-46 100% 100%
Probst D-17 100% 84%
Reykdal D-22   93% 97%
Rivers R-18                 45% 25%
Roberts D-21       61% 92%
Rodne R-5     E                 8% 17%
Ross R-14                       7% 11%
Ryu D-32 100% 100%
Santos D-37 100% 94%
Schmick R-9                       7% 11%
Seaquist D-26   93% 70%
Sells D-38 100% 100%
Shea R-4                     14% 14%
Short R-7                       7%

10%

Smith R-10                     14% 16%
Springer D-45     68% 72%
Stanford D-1 100% 100%
Sullivan D-47     68% 83%
Takko D-19       61% 75%
Taylor R-15                         0% 10%
Tharinger D-24 100% 82%
Upthegrove D-33 100% 96%
Van De Wege D-24   93% 82%
Walsh R-16                   20% 27%
Warnick R-13                     14% 11%
Wilcox R-2                       7% 12%
Wylie D-49     68% 80%
Zeiger R-25                 45% 39%

 

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2012 House Vote Descriptions

  1. HB 6239 (Murray) -- Marriage Equality Act making Washington the seventh state to recognize same-sex marriages. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 55-43, Feb. 8)
     

  2. HB 2368 (Seaquist) -- Requiring a labor representative on Community College boards. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 54-43, Feb. 9) 
     

  3. HB 2395 (Sells) -- End misclassification of port truck drivers. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 52-43, Feb. 11)
     

  4. HB 2319 (Cody) -- Building State Health Benefit Exchange to implement the Affordable Care Act. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 52-43, Feb. 11)
     

  5. HB 2501 (Green) -- Limiting mandatory overtime for health care workers. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 57-41, Feb. 14)
     

  6. SB 6133 (Conway) -- Improving electrical certifications. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 56-42, Feb. 28)
     

  7. ESSB 6486 (Kohl-Welles) -- Collective bargaining for post-doctoral researchers at certain state universities. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 54-44, Feb. 29)
     

  8. SB 5539 (Kohl-Welles) -- Renewing Washington Filmworks to promote motion picture competitiveness. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 92-6, Mar. 8)
     

  9. SB 5940 (Hobbs) -- Eroding school employees’ health benefits. "Right" vote: NO (Passed 53-45, Apr. 11)
     

  10. HB 2830 (Hunter) -- Equity for language access providers/interpreters at the Dept. of Labor & Industries. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 56-42, Apr. 11)
     

  11. SB 5127 (Kilmer) -- Infrastructure Jobs Bonds. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 80-18, Apr. 11)
     

  12. SB 6378 (Zarelli) -- Cutting pension benefits for state employees by imposing early retirement penalties. "Right" vote: NO (Passed 56-42, Apr. 10)

    * This vote counts as 25% of the 2012 House Voting Record, and the remaining votes comprise the other 75%.

 


 

For more details and information about these bills,
see the 2012 WSLC Legislative Report, which will be posted here later today.

 


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