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House Roll Call Vote on Death Penalty Repeal

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ANNAPOLIS, Md.- Here is how members of the Maryland House of Delegates voted on a bill to repeal the death penalty. The vote was 82-56 in favor. A vote of 71 was needed.
 
Voting "yes" were 80 Democrats and two Republicans.
 
Voting "no" were 18 Democrats and 38 Republicans.
 
Democrats for:
 
Anderson, Curtis, Baltimore
 
Arora, Sam, Montgomery
 
Barnes, Benjamin, Prince George's
 
Barve, Kumar, Montgomery
 
Bobo, Elizabeth, Howard
 
Branch, Talmadge, Baltimore
 
Braveboy, Aisha, Prince George's
 
Burns, Emmett, C., Jr. Baltimore County
 
Busch, Michael, Anne Arundel
 
Cane, Rudolph, Wicomico
 
Cardin, Jon, Baltimore County
 
Carr, Alfred, Montgomery
 
Carter, Jill, Baltimore
 
Clagett, Galen, Frederick
 
Clippinger, Luke, Baltimore
 
Conaway, Frank, Baltimore
 
Cullison, Bonnie, Montgomery
 
Davis, Dereck E., Prince George's
 
Dumais, Kathleen M., Montgomery
 
Feldman, Brian, Montgomery
 
Frick, C. William, Montgomery
 
Frush, Barbara A., Prince George's
 
Gaines, Tawanna P., Prince George's
 
Gilchrist, James, W., Montgomery
 
Glenn, Cheryl, Baltimore
 
Griffith, Melony G., Prince George's
 
Gutierrez, Ana Sol, Montgomery
 
Guzzone, Guy, Howard
 
Hammen, Peter A., Baltimore
 
Harper, Nina, Baltimore
 
Haynes, Keith E., Baltimore
 
Healey, Anne, Prince George's
 
Hixson, Sheila, Montgomery
 
Holmes, Marvin, Jr., Prince George's
 
Howard, Carolyn, Prince George's
 
Hubbard, James, Prince Georges'
 
Hucker, Tom, Montgomery
 
Ivey, Jolene, Prince George's
 
Jones, Adrienne, Baltimore County
 
Kaiser, Anne, Montgomery
 
Kelly, Ariana, Montgomery
 
Kramer, Benjamin, Montgomery
 
Lafferty, Stephen, Baltimore County
 
Lee, Susan, Montgomery
 
Love, Mary Ann, Anne Arundel
 
Luedtke, Eric, Montgomery
 
McHale, Brian, Baltimore
 
McIntosh, Maggie, Baltimore
 
Miller, Aruna, Montgomery
 
Mitchell, Keiffer, Baltimore
 
Mizeur, Heather, Montgomery
 
Morhaim, Dan, Baltimore County
 
Murphy, Peter, Charles County
 
Nathan-Pulliam, Shirley, Baltimore County
 
Niemann, Doyle, Prince George's
 
Oaks, Nathaniel, Baltimore
 
Pena-Melnyk, Joseline, Prince George's
 
Pendergrass, Shane, Howard
 
Proctor, James, Jr., Prince George's
 
Reznik, Kirill, Montgomery
 
Robinson, Barbara, Baltimore
 
Robinson, Shane, Montgomery
 
Rosenberg, Samuel, Baltimore
 
Simmons, Luiz, R.S., Montgomery
 
Stein, Dana, Baltimore County
 
Stukes, Melvin, Baltimore
 
Summers, Michael, Prince George's
 
Swain, Darren, Prince George's
 
Tarrant, Shawn, Baltimore
 
Turner, Frank, Howard
 
Turner, Veronica, Prince George's
 
Valderrama, Kris, Prince George's
 
Valentino-Smith, Geraldine, Prince George's
 
Vallario, Joseph, Jr., Prince George's
 
Vaughn, Michael, Prince George's
 
Waldstreicher, Jeff, Montgomery
 
Walker, Jay, Prince George's
 
Washington, Alonzo, Prince George's
 
Washington, Mary, Baltimore
 
Zucker, Craig, Montgomery
 
Democrats against:
 
Barkley, Charles, Montgomery
 
Beidle, Pamela, Anne Arundel
 
Bohanan, John, St. Mary's
 
Bromwell, Eric, Baltimore County
 
Conway, Norman, Wicomico
 
DeBoy, Steven J., Sr., Baltimore County
 
Donoghue, John P., Washington
 
James, Mary-Dulany, Harford
 
Jameson, Sally, Charles
 
Kelly, Kevin, Allegany
 
Malone, James, Jr., Baltimore County
 
Minnick, Joseph, Baltimore County
 
Olszewski, John, Baltimore County
 
Rudolph, David, Cecil
 
Sophocleus, Theodore, Anne Arundel
 
Weir, Michael, Jr., Baltimore County
 
Wilson, C.T., Charles
 
Wood, John Jr., St. Mary's
 
Republicans for:
 
Aumann, Susan, Baltimore County
 
Frank, William, Baltimore County
 
Republicans against:
 
Afzali, Kathy, Frederick
 
Bates, Gail, Howard
 
Beitzel, Wendell, Garrett
 
Boteler, Joseph, III, Baltimore County
 
Cluster, John, Jr., Baltimore County
 
Costa, Robert, Anne Arundel
 
Eckardt, Adelaide, Dorchester
 
Elliott, Donald, Carroll
 
Fisher, Mark, Calvert,
 
George, Ron, Anne Arundel
 
Glass, Glen, Harford
 
Haddaway-Riccio, Jeannie, Talbot
 
Hershey, Stephen, Queen Anne's
 
Hogan, Patrick, Frederick
 
Hough, Michael, Frederick
 
Impallaria, Richard, Anne Arundel
 
Jacobs, Jay, Kent
 
Kach, Wade, Baltimore County
 
Kipke, Nicholaus, Anne Arundel
 
Krebs, Susan, Carroll
 
McComas, Susan, Harford
 
McConkey, Tony, Anne Arundel
 
McDermott, Mike, Worcester
 
McMillan, Herb, Anne Arundel
 
Miller, Warren, Howard
 
Norman, Wayne, Harford
 
O'Donnell, Anthony, Calvert
 
Otto, Charles, Somerset
 
Parrott, Neil, Washington
 
Ready, Justin, Carroll
 
Schuh, Steve, Anne Arundel
 
Schulz, Kelly, Frederick
 
Serafini, Andrew, Washington
 
Smigiel, Michael, Cecil
 
Stifler, Donna, Harford
 
Stocksdale, Nancy, Carroll
 
Szeliga, Kathy, Baltimore County
 
Vitale, Cathleen, Anne Arundel
 
Republicans absent:
 
Dwyer, Donald, Jr., Anne Arundel
 
McDonough, Patrick, Baltimore County
 
Myers, LeRoy, Jr., Washington

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