Vote on H 4100 - to adopt Sec 74 - WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Pass
  • Bill: H 4100
  • Motion Text: to adopt Sec 74 - WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION
  • Legislative Session: South Carolina 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Date: Apr 29, 2021
  • Outcome: Pass
Vote Totals
Yes 28
No 1
Other 17
Breakdown by Party Yes No Other
Democratic 8 0 8
Republican 19 1 9
Unknown 1 0 0

Roll Call


Name Party Vote
Brian Adams Republican Yes
Thomas C. Alexander Republican Yes
Sean M. Bennett Republican Yes
George E. "Chip" Campsen, III Republican Yes
Richard J. Cash Republican Yes
Wes Climer Republican Yes
Thomas D. "Tom" Corbin Republican Yes
Ronnie W. Cromer Republican Yes
Mike Fanning Democratic Yes
Gambrell, Michael W. Yes
Lawrence K. "Larry" Grooms Republican Yes
Penry Gustafson Republican Yes
Richard A. "Dick" Harpootlian Democratic Yes
Darrell Jackson Democratic Yes
Kevin L. Johnson Democratic Yes
Josh Kimbrell Republican Yes
Hugh K. Leatherman, Sr. Republican Yes
Dwight A. Loftis Republican Yes
Shane R. Martin Republican Yes
Mia S. McLeod Democratic Yes
Harvey S. Peeler, Jr. Republican Yes
Rex F. Rice Republican Yes
John L. Scott, Jr. Democratic Yes
Katrina Frye Shealy Republican Yes
Vernon Stephens Democratic Yes
Ross Turner Republican Yes
Daniel B. "Danny" Verdin, III Republican Yes
Kent M. Williams Democratic Yes
A. Shane Massey Republican No
Karl B. Allen Democratic Excused
Tom Davis Republican Excused
Billy Garrett Republican Excused
Stephen L. Goldfinch Republican Excused
Greg Hembree Republican Excused
Brad Hutto Democratic Excused
Michael Johnson Republican Excused
Marlon E. Kimpson Democratic Excused
Gerald Malloy Democratic Excused
Margie Bright Matthews Democratic Excused
J. Thomas McElveen, III Democratic Excused
Luke A. Rankin Republican Excused
Ronnie A. Sabb Democratic Excused
Sandy Senn Republican Excused
Nikki G. Setzler Democratic Excused
Scott Talley Republican Excused
Tom Young, Jr. Republican Excused

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