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2007 Senate Bill 624: Revise presidential primary dates; require declaration of party (House Roll Call 325)
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Amendment offered by Rep. Fred Miller (D) on August 30, 2007, to repeal the provision of state election law that requires a person to use the same address for voting registration and for his or her drivers license or state personal identification card. The amendment failed 53 to 50 in the House on August 30, 2007.
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The vote was 53 in favor, 50 against, and 7 not voting.
(House Roll Call 325 at House Journal 80)

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Vote
In Favor In Favor
Against Against
Not Voting Not Voting
 Undecided
Democrat
91991%
1000%
8928%
58 total votes
Republican
1000%
96496%
3973%
52 total votes

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The amendment

IN FAVOR

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Accavitti (D)Angerer (D)Bauer (D)Bennett (D)Bieda (D)
Brown (D)Byrnes (D)Byrum (D)Clack (D)Clemente (D)
Condino (D)Constan (D)Corriveau (D)Coulouris (D)Cushingberry (D)
Dillon (D)Donigan (D)Ebli (D)Espinoza (D)Farrah (D)
Gonzales (D)Griffin (D)Hammel (D)Hammon (D)Hood (D)
Hopgood (D)Jackson (D)Johnson (D)Jones, Robert (D)Lahti (D)
Law, Kathleen (D)LeBlanc (D)Leland (D)Lemmons (D)Lindberg (D)
Mayes (D)McDowell (D)Meadows (D)Meisner (D)Melton (D)
Miller (D)Polidori (D)Sak (D)Sheltrown (D)Simpson (D)
Smith, Alma (D)Smith, Virgil (D)Spade (D)Tobocman (D)Vagnozzi (D)
Valentine (D)Wojno (D)Young (D)  

HOUSE REPUBLICANS
none


AGAINST

HOUSE DEMOCRATS
none

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Acciavatti (R)Agema (R)Amos (R)Ball (R)Booher (R)
Brandenburg (R)Calley (R)Casperson (R)Caswell (R)DeRoche (R)
Elsenheimer (R)Emmons (R)Gaffney (R)Garfield (R)Green (R)
Hansen (R)Hildenbrand (R)Hoogendyk (R)Horn (R)Huizenga (R)
Hune (R)Jones, Rick (R)Knollenberg (R)LaJoy (R)Law, David (R)
Marleau (R)Meekhof (R)Meltzer (R)Moolenaar (R)Moore (R)
Moss (R)Nitz (R)Nofs (R)Opsommer (R)Palsrok (R)
Pastor (R)Pavlov (R)Pearce (R)Proos (R)Robertson (R)
Rocca (R)Schuitmaker (R)Shaffer (R)Sheen (R)Stahl (R)
Stakoe (R)Steil (R)Walker (R)Ward (R)Wenke (R)


HOUSE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Caul (R)Cheeks (D)Dean (D)Gillard (D)Palmer (R)
Scott (D)Warren (D)   



HOUSE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES

Y    Accavitti (D)  n  Acciavatti (R)  n  Agema (R)  n  Amos (R)Y    Angerer (D)
  n  Ball (R)Y    Bauer (D)Y    Bennett (D)Y    Bieda (D)  n  Booher (R)
  n  Brandenburg (R)Y    Brown (D)Y    Byrnes (D)Y    Byrum (D)  n  Calley (R)
  n  Casperson (R)  n  Caswell (R)  -  Caul (R)  -  Cheeks (D)Y    Clack (D)
Y    Clemente (D)Y    Condino (D)Y    Constan (D)Y    Corriveau (D)Y    Coulouris (D)
Y    Cushingberry (D)  -  Dean (D)  n  DeRoche (R)Y    Dillon (D)Y    Donigan (D)
Y    Ebli (D)  n  Elsenheimer (R)  n  Emmons (R)Y    Espinoza (D)Y    Farrah (D)
  n  Gaffney (R)  n  Garfield (R)  -  Gillard (D)Y    Gonzales (D)  n  Green (R)
Y    Griffin (D)Y    Hammel (D)Y    Hammon (D)  n  Hansen (R)  n  Hildenbrand (R)
Y    Hood (D)  n  Hoogendyk (R)Y    Hopgood (D)  n  Horn (R)  n  Huizenga (R)
  n  Hune (R)Y    Jackson (D)Y    Johnson (D)  n  Jones, Rick (R)Y    Jones, Robert (D)
  n  Knollenberg (R)Y    Lahti (D)  n  LaJoy (R)  n  Law, David (R)Y    Law, Kathleen (D)
Y    LeBlanc (D)Y    Leland (D)Y    Lemmons (D)Y    Lindberg (D)  n  Marleau (R)
Y    Mayes (D)Y    McDowell (D)Y    Meadows (D)  n  Meekhof (R)Y    Meisner (D)
Y    Melton (D)  n  Meltzer (R)Y    Miller (D)  n  Moolenaar (R)  n  Moore (R)
  n  Moss (R)  n  Nitz (R)  n  Nofs (R)  n  Opsommer (R)  -  Palmer (R)
  n  Palsrok (R)  n  Pastor (R)  n  Pavlov (R)  n  Pearce (R)Y    Polidori (D)
  n  Proos (R)  n  Robertson (R)  n  Rocca (R)Y    Sak (D)  n  Schuitmaker (R)
  -  Scott (D)  n  Shaffer (R)  n  Sheen (R)Y    Sheltrown (D)Y    Simpson (D)
Y    Smith, Alma (D)Y    Smith, Virgil (D)Y    Spade (D)  n  Stahl (R)  n  Stakoe (R)
  n  Steil (R)Y    Tobocman (D)Y    Vagnozzi (D)Y    Valentine (D)  n  Walker (R)
  n  Ward (R)  -  Warren (D)  n  Wenke (R)Y    Wojno (D)Y    Young (D)

House Roll Call 325 on The amendment

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Comments

it happened because  by Anonymous Citizen on May 29, 2008 
the DUMBOCRATS LET IT HAPPEN.

you guys thougt "oh,gee... let's MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!" and voted FOR these changes, or else they NEVER WOULD HAVE PASSED. (democrat control of congress and all that...)

now, you've shot yourself in the foot, and are trying to blame the other party for it. where was this indignation during the election? where was this indignation BEFORE the results were rejected in TWO states and the voter's rights were NULLIFIED?

the truth is, as long as it got SHRILLARY elected, you were ALL FOR IT.



Re: yeah  by Anonymous Citizen on May 29, 2008 
statements like you make are the reason that we need a poll test. You try to blame the republicans for the mess your beloved commies have made of the dem primary. Those super delegates were created for the situation where the dems have pandered to idiots for so long that they cannot be allowed to pick a candidate.
We are now to that point.

What Are You Afraid Of?  by Anonymous Citizen on May 29, 2008 
"yet some states make it mandatory to show your state id to vote"

This will make it harder for the dems/libs/socialists to get elected by the deceased bloc of voters. It will also stop that wonderful voting bloc that I like to call"get out the stupid vote" where the socialists drive a bus into the ghetto and give away wine for votes. You people disgust me. Only property owners should be allowed to vote. There was a good reason for it 200 and some odd years ago and there is a good reason for it today.

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