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2013
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 (PDF) of the 2013 WSLC Legislative Report, which includes these voting records.


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

STATE REPRESENTATIVE Party
/Dist.
V O T E 2013
WSLC
Voting
Record

Lifetime
WSLC
Voting
Record

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
1
0
Alexander R-20                 20% 16%
Angel R-26               30% 22%
Appleton D-23 100% 99%
Bergquist D-11 100% 100%
Blake D-19 100% 88%
Buys R-42                   10% 12%
Carlyle D-36 E 100% 64%
Chandler R-15 E                 11%

10%

Chopp D-43 100% 89%
Clibborn D-41 E 100% 79%
Cody D-34 100% 95%
Condotta R-12                 20% 13%
Crouse R-4             E   E 13% 12%
Dahlquist R-31                 20% 26%
DeBolt R-20             E   22% 15%
Dunshee D-39   90% 91%
Fagen R-9               30% 15%
Farrell D-46 100% 100%
Fey D-27 100% 100%
Fitzgibbon D-34 100% 98%
Freeman D-30 E 100% 100%
Goodman D-45 E 100% 95%
Green D-28 100% 93%
Habib D-48 100% 100%
Haigh D-35     80% 86%
Haler R-8             40% 25%
Hansen D-23 100% 100%
Hargrove R-47                   10% 16%
Harris R-17                 20% 40%
Hawkins R-12                 20% 20%
Hayes R-10           50% 50%
Holy R-6                 20% 20%
Hope R-44 E         E 50% 31%
Hudgins D-11 100% 94%
Hunt D-22 100% 97%
Hunter D-48 100% 73%
Hurst D-31           50% 70%
Jinkins D-27   90% 84%
Johnson R-14               E 22% 13%
Kagi D-32 100% 88%
Kirby D-29 100% 98%
Klippert R-8                   10% 13%
Kochmar R-30               30% 30%
Kretz R-7                 20% 12%
Kristiansen R-39                   10% 12%
Liias D-21 100% 97%
Lytton D-40 100% 100%
MacEwan R-35                 20% 20%
Magendanz R-5                 20% 20%
Manweller R-13                 20% 20%
Maxwell D-41 100% 72%
McCoy D-38 100% 92%
Moeller D-49 100% 89%
Morrell D-25   90% 92%
Morris D-40 100% 79%
Moscoso D-1 100% 100%
Nealey R-16                 20% 12%
O'Ban * R-28             - 30% 30%
Orcutt R-18                   10% 15%
Ormsby D-3 100% 99%
Orwall D-33 100% 93%
Overstreet R-42                   10% 10%
Parker R-6                   10% 15%
Pedersen D-43 100% 78%
Pettigrew D-37 100% 88%
Pike R-18                   10% 10%
Pollet D-46 100% 100%
Reykdal D-22 100% 98%
Riccelli D-3 100% 100%
Roberts D-21 100% 93%
Rodne R-5               E 22% 18%
Ross R-14                 20% 12%
Ryu D-32 100% 100%
Santos D-37 100% 95%
Sawyer D-29 100% 100%
Schmick R-9                 20% 13%
Scott R-39                   10% 10%
Seaquist D-26   90% 73%
Sells D-38 100% 100%
Shea R-4                   10% 13%
Short R-7                 20%

12%

Smith R-10               30% 18%
Springer D-45 100% 75%
Stanford D-1 100% 100%
Stonier D-17     80% 80%
Sullivan D-47 100% 84%
Takko D-19 E 100% 77%
Tarleton D-36 100% 100%
Taylor R-15                   10% 10%
Tharinger D-24 100% 86%
Upthegrove D-33 100% 97%
Van De Wege D-24 100% 84%
Vick R-18                   10% 10%
Walsh R-16             40% 28%
Warnick R-13               30% 14%
Wilcox R-2                 20% 14%
Wylie D-49 100% 86%
Zeiger R-25         60% 44%

* Rep. Steve O'Ban was appointed in June 2013 to fill the seat of the late Sen. Mike Carrell.

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2013 House Vote Descriptions

  1. EHB 1470 (prime sponsor: Ormsby) -- Extends workers' compensation vocational rehabilitation pilot program. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 96-0, Feb. 18)
     

  2. SHB 1536 (Seaquist) -- Including labor representative on community college boards of trustees. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 58-40, Mar. 4)
     

  3. SHB 1413 (Moscoso) -- Washington Voting Rights Act. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 53-44, Mar. 7)
     

  4. EHB 1891 (Reykdal) -- Increasing safety and health protections. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 65-32, Mar. 8)
     

  5. HB 1348 (Reykdal) -- Step pay increases for academic employees at community and technical colleges. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 61-36, Mar. 8)
     

  6. ESHB 1922 (Moscoso) -- Supporting apprenticeship programs on state Department of Transportation work. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 57-41, Mar. 9)
     

  7. ESHB 1753 (Jinkins) -- Granting collective bargaining rights for language access providers/interpreters. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 55-42, Mar. 11)
     

  8. ESHB 1817 (Hudgins) -- Granting U.S.-born children of immigrants, or "Dreamers," access to college financial aid. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 77-20, Mar. 13)
     

  9. ESHB 2038 (Carlyle) -- Closing certain tax loopholes to meet the state’s obligation to improve education funding. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 50-47, Apr. 24)
     

  10. ESHB 1954 (Clibborn) -- Transportation funding package. "Right" vote: YES (Passed 51-41, June 27)

 


 

For more details and information about these bills,
see the 2013 WSLC Legislative Report.

 


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