Vote on H 4386 - Concur in Senate Amendments

Fail
  • Bill: H 4386
  • Motion Text: Concur in Senate Amendments
  • Legislative Session: South Carolina 2023-2024 Regular Session
  • Date: May 09, 2024
  • Outcome: Fail
Vote Totals
Yes 0
No 104
Other 20
Breakdown by Party Yes No Other
Democratic 0 30 6
Republican 0 73 14
Unknown 0 1 0

Roll Call


Name Party Vote
Terry Alexander Democratic No
Carl Anderson Democratic No
William Bailey Republican No
Nathan Ballentine Republican No
Justin Bamberg Democratic No
Bruce Bannister Republican No
Heather Bauer Democratic No
Thomas Beach Republican No
Beth Bernstein Democratic No
Bart Blackwell Republican No
Gary Brewer Republican No
Case Brittain Republican No
Mike Burns Republican No
Joe Bustos Republican No
Paula Calhoon Republican No
Jerry Carter Republican No
Don Chapman Republican No
Bill Clyburn Democratic No
Gilda Cobb-Hunter Democratic No
Neal Collins Republican No
Ben Connell Republican No
Brandon Cox Republican No
Heather Crawford Republican No
April Cromer Republican No
Sylleste Davis Republican No
Chandra Dillard Democratic No
Jason Elliott Republican No
Shannon Erickson Republican No
Raye Felder Republican No
Cal Forrest Republican No
Craig Gagnon Republican No
Daniel Gibson Republican No
Doug Gilliam Republican No
Wendell Gilliard Democratic No
Val Guest Republican No
Brandon Guffey Republican No
Patrick Haddon Republican No
Bill Hager Republican No
Rob Harris Republican No
Tom Hartnett Republican No
Jackie Hayes Democratic No
Rosalyn Henderson Myers Democratic No
Pat Henegan Democratic No
Bill Herbkersman Republican No
Lee Hewitt Republican No
Davey Hiott Republican No
Bill Hixon Republican No
Lonnie Hosey Democratic No
Max Hyde Republican No
Joseph Jefferson Democratic No
Jeff Johnson Republican No
Jermaine Johnson Democratic No
Wendell Jones Democratic No
Jay Kilmartin Republican No
John King Democratic No
Roger Kirby Democratic No
Kathy Landing Republican No
Brian Lawson Republican No
Randy Ligon Democratic No
Phillip Lowe Republican No
Josiah Magnuson Republican No
R.J. May Republican No
Ryan McCabe Republican No
John McCravy Republican No
Annie McDaniel Democratic No
Tim McGinnis Republican No
Cody Mitchell Republican No
Adam Morgan Republican No
Alan Morgan Republican No
Dennis Moss Republican No
Chris Murphy Republican No
Mike Neese Republican No
Brandon Newton Republican No
Weston Newton Republican No
David O'Neal Republican No
Melissa Oremus Republican No
Russell Ott Democratic No
Jordan Pace Republican No
Fawn Pedalino Republican No
Marvin Pendarvis Democratic No
Tommy Pope Republican No
Michael Rivers Democratic No
Robby Robbins Republican No
Seth Rose Democratic No
Todd Rutherford Democratic No
Bill Sandifer Republican No
Carla Schuessler Republican No
Heath Sessions Republican No
Murrell Smith Republican No
Mark Smith Republican No
Spann-Wilder, Tiffany No
Leon Stavrinakis Democratic No
Bill Taylor Republican No
David Vaughan Republican No
David Weeks Democratic No
Jay West Republican No
Spencer Wetmore Democratic No
Will Wheeler Democratic No
Joe White Republican No
Bill Whitmire Republican No
Robert Williams Democratic No
Mark Willis Republican No
Chris Wooten Republican No
Richie Yow Republican No
Lucas Atkinson Democratic Excused
Jeff Bradley Republican Excused
Bill Chumley Republican Excused
Bobby Cox Republican Excused
Gil Gatch Republican Excused
Stewart Jones Republican Excused
Matt Leber Republican Excused
Roger Nutt Republican Excused
Anne Thayer Republican Excused
Ashley Trantham Republican Excused
Micah Caskey Republican Excused
Kambrell Garvin Democratic Excused
Kevin Hardee Republican Excused
Chris Hart Democratic Excused
Leon Howard Democratic Excused
Jay Jordan Republican Excused
Steven Long Republican Excused
J.A. Moore Democratic Excused
Travis Moore Republican Excused
Ivory Thigpen Democratic Excused

Sources

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