Thursday, July 07, 2005

School plan passes, amendment fails

The following house members voted against the funding bill. All are Republicans. One R and one D were absent from the vote.
REPUBLICANS VOTING NO
Clay Aurand, Courtland.
Virginia Beamer, Oakley.
Anthony Brown, Eudora.
Steve Brunk, Wichita.
Richard Carlson, St. Marys.
Eric Carter, Overland Park.
Mary Pilcher Cook, Shawnee.
Don Dahl, Hillsboro.
Willa DeCastro, Wichita.
John Edmonds, Great Bend.
John Faber, Brewster.
Joann Flower, Oskaloosa.
Joann Freeborn, Concordia.
Pat George, Dodge City.
Mario Goico, Wichita.
John Grange, El Dorado.
Gary Hayzlett, Lakin.
Carl Dean Holmes, Liberal.
Mitch Holmes, St. John.
Steve Huebert, Valley Center.
Joe Humerickhouse, Osage City.
Becky Hutchins, Holton.
Bonnie Huy, Wichita.
Everett Johnson, Augusta.
Kasha Kelley, Arkansas City.
Richard Kelsey, Goddard.
Mike Kiegerl, Olathe.
Lance Kinzer, Olathe.
Forrest Knox, Fredonia.
Brenda Landwehr, Wichita.
Peggy Mast, Emporia.
Doug Mays, Topeka.
Bill McCreary, Wellington.
Joe McLeland, Wichita.
Ray Merrick, Stilwell.
Frank Miller, Independence.
Jim Morrison, Colby.
Judy Morrison, Shawnee.
Melvin Neufeld, Ingalls.
Todd Novascone, Wichita.
Lynne Oharah, Uniontown.
Robert Olson, Olathe.
Virgil Peck, Tyro.
Larry Powell, Kalvesta.
Scott Schwab, Olathe.
Sharon Schwartz, Washington.
Arlen Siegfreid, Olathe.
Shari Weber, Herington.
More people were absent in the Senate, but all the "no" votes were Republicans.

Karin Brownlee, Olathe.
Les Donovan, Wichita.
Tim Huelskamp, Fowler.
Nick Jordan, Shawnee.
Phil Journey, Haysville.
Kay O’Connor, Olathe.
Ralph Ostmeyer, Grinnell.
Peggy Palmer, Augusta.
Mike Petersen, Wichita.
Dennis Pyle, Hiawatha.
Dennis Wilson, Overland Park.
If these people represent you, you should make sure they explain their vote against educating Kansas's children.