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A Roll Call on the Senate Gun Control Vote

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Here's how members of the Maryland Senate voted Thursday on a gun control bill to ban assault weapons, require fingerprinting for licenses to own handguns and other measures. The vote was 28-19.
 
Voting "yes" were 28 Democrats.
 
Voting "no" were seven Democrats and 12 Republicans.
 
Democrats for:
 
Benson, Joanne, Prince George's.
 
Brochin, James, Baltimore County
 
Conway, Joan, Prince George's
 
Currie, Ulysses, Prince George's
 
Ferguson, Bill, Baltimore
 
Forehand, Jennie, Montgomery
 
Frosh, Brian, Montgomery
 
Garagiola, Rob, Montgomery
 
Gladden, Lisa, Baltimore
 
Jones-Rodwell, Verna, Baltimore
 
Kasemeyer, Edward, Baltimore County
 
Kelley, Dolores, Baltimore County
 
King, Nancy, Montgomery
 
Madaleno, Richard, Montgomery
 
Manno, Roger, Montgomery
 
McFadden, Nathaniel, Baltimore
 
Miller, Thomas V. Mike, Calvert
 
Montgomery, Karen, Montgomery
 
Muse, C. Anthony, Prince George's
 
Peters, Douglas, Prince George's
 
Pinsky, Paul, Prince George's
 
Pugh, Catherine, Baltimore
 
Ramirez, Victor, Prince George's
 
Raskin, Jamie, Montgomery
 
Robey, James, Howard
 
Rosapepe, James, Prince George's
 
Young, Ron, Frederick
 
Zirkin, Robert, Baltimore County
 
Democrats Against
:
 
Astle, John, Anne Arundel
 
DeGrange, James, Anne Arundel.
 
Dyson, Roy, St. Mary's
 
Klausmeier, Kathy, Baltimore County
 
Mathias, James, Worcester
 
Middleton, Thomas, Charles
 
Stone, Norman, Baltimore County
 
Republicans Against:
 
Brinkley, David, Frederick
 
Colburn, Richard, Dorchester
 
Edwards, George, Garrett
 
Getty, Joseph, Carroll
 
Glassman, Barry, Harford
 
Jacobs, Nancy, Harford
 
Jennings, J.B., Harford
 
Kittleman, Allan, Howard
 
Pipkin, E.J., Cecil
 
Reilly, Edward, Anne Arundel
 
Shank, Christopher, Washington
 
Simonaire, Bryan, Anne Arundel

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