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March 3, 2009

Death penalty voting lists

The first procedural vote to bring the death penalty repeal bill onto the floor despite the negative committee vote passed 25-22:

Yea
Conway, D-Baltimore
Currie, D-PG
DeGrange, D-Arundel
Della, D-Baltimore
Exum, D-PG
Forehand, D-MoCo
Frosh, D-MoCo
Gladden, D-Baltimore
Harrington, D-PG
Jones, D-Baltimore
Kelley, D-BaltCo
King, D-MoCo
Kramer, D-MoCo
Lenett, D-MoCo
Madaleno, D-MoCo
McFadden, D-Baltimore
Mooney, R-Frederick
Muse, D-PG
Peters, D-PG
Pinsky, D-PG
Pugh, D-Baltimore
Raskin, D-MoCo
Rosapepe, D-PG
Stone, D-BaltCo
Zirkin, D-BaltCo

Nay
Miller, D-PG/Calvert
Astle, D-Arundel
Brinkley, R-Frederick
Brochin, D-BaltCo
Colubrn, R-Middle Shore
Dyson, D-Southern Md.
Edwards, R-Western Md.
Garagiola, D-MoCo
Glassman, R-Harford
Greenip, R-Arundel
Haines, R-Carroll
Harris, R-BaltCo
Jacobs, R-Harford
Kasemeyer, D-BaltCo/Howard
Kittleman, R-Howard
Klausmeier, D-BaltCo
Middleton, D-Charles
Munson, R-Western Md.
Pipkin, R-Upper Shore
Robey, D-Howard
Simonaire, R-Arundel
Stoltzfus, R-Lower Shore

On the second procedural vote, which left the bill open for amendments this afternoon:

Della and Stone switched to nay, but Astle switched to yea, for a 24-23 result.

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