Vote on HB 692 - Second Reading

  • Bill: HB 692
  • Motion Text: Second Reading
  • Legislative Session: North Carolina 2021-2022 Session
  • Date: Aug 19, 2021
  • Outcome: Pass
Vote Totals
Yes 43
No 3
Absent 4
Excused 0
Not Voting 0
Breakdown by Party Yes No Other
Democratic 18 3 1
Republican 24 0 3
Unknown 1 0 0

Roll Call

Name Party Vote
Sydney Batch Democratic Yes
Dan Blue Democratic Yes
Jay J. Chaudhuri Democratic Yes
Ben Clark Democratic Yes
Sarah Crawford Democratic Yes
Kirk deViere Democratic Yes
Valerie P. Foushee Democratic Yes
Michael Garrett Democratic Yes
Jeff Jackson Democratic Yes
Paul A. Lowe, Jr. Democratic Yes
Natasha R. Marcus Democratic Yes
Julie Mayfield Democratic Yes
Mujtaba A. Mohammed Democratic Yes
Wiley Nickel Democratic Yes
Gladys A. Robinson Democratic Yes
DeAndrea Salvador Democratic Yes
Joyce Waddell Democratic Yes
Mike Woodard Democratic Yes
W. Ted Alexander Republican Yes
Deanna Ballard Republican Yes
Lisa S. Barnes Republican Yes
Phil Berger Republican Yes
Danny Earl Britt, Jr. Republican Yes
Jim Burgin Republican Yes
Warren Daniel Republican Yes
Chuck Edwards Republican Yes
Carl Ford Republican Yes
Amy S. Galey Republican Yes
Kathy Harrington Republican Yes
Ralph Hise Republican Yes
Brent Jackson Republican Yes
Steve Jarvis Republican Yes
Johnson Yes
Joyce Krawiec Republican Yes
Michael A. Lazzara Republican Yes
Michael V. Lee Republican Yes
Tom McInnis Republican Yes
Paul Newton Republican Yes
Jim Perry Republican Yes
Dean Proctor Republican Yes
Bill Rabon Republican Yes
Norman W. Sanderson Republican Yes
Vickie Sawyer Republican Yes
Don Davis Democratic No
Milton F. "Toby" Fitch, Jr. Democratic No
Natalie S. Murdock Democratic No
Ernestine Bazemore Democratic Absent
Kevin Corbin Republican Absent
David W. Craven, Jr. Republican Absent
Bob Steinburg Republican Absent


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