How representatives voted on HJR-3

File Photo. Indiana Statehouse.
File Photo. Indiana Statehouse.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Votes Tuesday as the Indiana House of Representatives approved a constitutional amendment banning, on a 57-40 vote. Voting yes were 57 Republicans and 0 Democrats. Voting no were 11 Republicans and 29 Democrats. Not voting were 1 Republican and 2 Democrats.

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES (57)
Arnold, Bacon, Baird, Behning, Beumer, Bosma, T. Brown, Burton, Carbaugh, Cherry, Cox, Culver, Dermody, DeVon, Friend, Frizzell, Frye, Gutwein, Hamm, Harman, Heaton, Karickhoff, Koch, Lehe, Lehman, Leonard, Lucas, Lutz, Mahan, Mayfield, McMillin, McNamara, Messmer, Morrison, Morris, Neese, Negele, Niemeyer, Ober, Price, Rhoads, Richardson, Slager, Smaltz, M. Smith, Soliday, Speedy, Steuerwald, Sullivan, Thompson, Turner, Ubelhor, VanNatter, Washburne, Wesco, Wolkins, Zent.

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO (11)
Braun, Clere, Eberhart, Heuer, Huston, Kirchhofer, Kubacki, Saunders, Torr, Truitt, Ziemke.

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES (0)
None.

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO (29)
Austin, Bartlett, Battles, Bauer, C. Brown, Candelaria Reardon, DeLaney, Dvorak, Errington, Forestal, GiaQuinta, Hale, Harris, Kersey, Klinker, Lawson, Macer, Moed, Moseley, Niezgodski, Pelath, Pierce, Porter, Pryor, Riecken, Shackleford, V. Smith, Summers, VanDenburgh.

REPUBLICANS EXCUSED (1)
Davisson.

DEMOCRATS EXCUSED (2)
Goodin, Stemler

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