Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Minnesota Transportation Bill, not Jobs bill, Not Roads bill, it's a major spending Bill, with republicans overriding the Veto

Unofficial Recorded Roll Call Floor Vote for
H.F. NO. 2800
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Veto Override
91 YEA and 41 Nay

Date: 2/25/2008 -- Journal Page
* Please see the Journal of the House for official recorded roll call votes.
Those who voted in the affirmative were:
Abeler Anzelc Atkins Benson Bigham
Bly Brown Brynaert Bunn Carlson
Clark Davnie Dill Dittrich Dominguez
Doty Eken Erhardt Faust Fritz
Gardner Greiling Hamilton Hansen Hausman
Haws Heidgerken Hilstrom Hilty Hornstein
Hortman Hosch Huntley Jaros Johnson
Juhnke Kahn Kalin Kelliher Knuth
Koenen Kranz Laine Lenczewski Lesch
Liebling Lieder Lillie Loeffler Madore
Mahoney Mariani Marquart Masin Moe
Morgan Morrow Mullery Murphy, E. Murphy, M.
Nelson Norton Olin Otremba Paymar
Pelowski Peterson, A. Peterson, N. Peterson, S. Poppe
Rukavina Ruud Sailer Scalze Sertich
Simon Slawik Slocum Solberg Swails
Thao Thissen Tillberry Tingelstad Tschumper
Wagenius Walker Ward Welti Winkler
Wollschlager


Those who voted in the negative were:
Anderson, B. Anderson, S. Beard Berns Buesgens
Cornish Dean DeLaForest Demmer Dettmer
Drazkowski Eastlund Emmer Erickson Finstad
Garofalo Gottwalt Gunther Hackbarth Holberg
Hoppe Howes Kohls Lanning Magnus
McFarlane McNamara Nornes Olson Ozment
Paulsen Peppin Seifert Severson Shimanski
Simpson Smith Urdahl Wardlow Westrom
Zellers

Republicans who voted to override Veto are in Bold Red.

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