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86%Reilly, John  (term)R ×××××××
84%Johnson, Steven  (term)R ××××××××
84%LaFave, Beau  (term)R ××××××××
82%Hoitenga, Michele  (term)R ×X××××XXX×××
82%Hornberger, Pamela  (term)R ×××××××××
81%Allor, Sue  (term)R ×××X××××××
81%Marino, Steve  (term)R XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX×X×XX×XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
78%Paquette, Brad  (term)R ×××××××××××
76%Hernandez, Shane  (term)R ××××××××××××
73%Berman, Ryan  (term)R ×××××××××××××
71%Albert, Thomas  (term)R ××××××××××××××
71%Bollin, Ann  (term)R ××××××××××××××
71%Meerman, Luke  (term)R ××X××××××XXX×××××
69%Glenn, Annette  (term)R ×××××××××××××××
69%Hall, Matt  (term)R ×××××××××××××××
67%Afendoulis, Lynn  (term)R ××××××××××××××××
67%Rendon, Daire  (term)R ××××××××××××××××
67%Van Woerkom, Greg  (term)R ××××××××××××××××
67%Green, Phil  (term)R ×××X×××××××××××××
65%Lightner, Sarah  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××
65%Eisen, Gary  (term)R ×××X××××××××××××××
63%Markkanen, Greg  (term)R ×××X×XX×X×X×××××××××XXX
63%Bellino, Joseph, Jr.  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××
63%Brann, Tommy  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××
63%Farrington, Diana  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××
63%Miller, Aaron  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××
62%Crawford, Kathy  (term)R ××XXX××××××××××××X×××
62%Griffin, Beth  (term)R ×X×××××××××××XXX×××××
61%Frederick, Ben  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Hauck, Roger  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Howell, Gary  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Huizenga, Mark  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Leutheuser, Eric  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Mueller, Mike  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Wakeman, Rodney  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Webber, Michael  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Wozniak, Doug  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
61%Yaroch, Jeff  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××
59%Chatfield, Lee  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Cole, Triston  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Filler, Graham  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Iden, Brandt  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Kahle, Bronna  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Lilly, Jim  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Lower, James  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%O'Malley, Jack  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Sheppard, Jason  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%VanSingel, Scott  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Vaupel, Hank  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Wendzel, Pauline  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Wentworth, Jason  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
59%Whiteford, Mary  (term)R ××××××××××××××××××××
58%Schroeder, Andrea  (term)R ×××X××X×××XX×××××××××XX×
57%Calley, Julie  (term)R ××××××××X××××××××××××X
57%Alexander, Julie  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××××
57%Slagh, Bradley  (term)R ×××××××××××××××××××××
49%Inman, Larry  (term)R ×××××××××XX×X×XX×××××××××XXX×
49%Byrd, Wendell  (term)D XXXXXX×××XXX××××××X×××XXXX××××××
48%Elder, Brian  (term)D ×××××××X××××××××××××××××××
47%Cambensy, Sara  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××
45%Hertel, Kevin  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××
39%Whitsett, Karen  (term)D ×××××X××X×X×X×XX×X××××××××××XX××XX
39%Kennedy, Sheryl  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
39%Sabo, Terry  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
39%Shannon, Nate  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
39%Tate, Joe  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
39%Witwer, Angela  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
37%Bolden, Kyra  (term)D ××X××××××××××××××××××××XXX×××XX××
37%Coleman, Kevin  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
37%Sneller, Tim  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
36%Chirkun, John  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××XX×
36%LaGrand, David  (term)D ×××××X×××××××××××××××××××××X××××
35%Garza, Alex  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
34%Neeley, Cynthia R  (term)D XX××XXX××××XXX×××××X×X×××××××××
33%Haadsma, Jim  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
31%Carter, Brenda  (term)D ××××X××X×××××××××××××××××××××XX××××
31%Manoogian, Mari  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
29%Carter, Tyrone  (term)D ×××××××××X×××××××××××××××××××××××××
29%Guerra, Vanessa  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
29%Koleszar, Matt  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
29%Kuppa, Padma  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
28%Liberati, Frank  (term)D ××××××X×××X×××××××××××××××××××××X×××
28%Jones, Jewell  (term)D ×××××××X×××××××××X××××××××××××××××××
27%Greig, Christine  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
27%Pohutsky, Laurie  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
27%Sowerby, William  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
25%Clemente, Cara  (term)D ××××××X××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
25%Yancey, Tenisha  (term)D ××××××××××××X××××××××××××××××××××××××
24%Anthony, Sarah  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
24%Cherry, John  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
24%Hoadley, Jon  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
22%Camilleri, Darrin  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
22%Hood, Rachel  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
21%Love, Leslie  (term)D XX××XXX×××XX×X×X×XX×××X×××X×××××××××XXX×××
21%Gay-Dagnogo, Sherry  (term)D ××X××××X×××××X××××××XX×××××××××××X××××××
21%Hammoud, Abdullah  (term)D ×××××××××××××X×××××××××××××××××××××××××
21%Warren, Rebekah  (term)D ×××××××X×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
20%Lasinski, Donna  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
20%Peterson, Ronnie  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
19%Garrett, LaTanya  (term)D ××XX××××××××××××××××××××××X×XXXX×××××××××
17%Pagan, Kristy  (term)D X××XX××X××××XXX××××X×X××XX××XXX××××××××××××
17%Johnson, Cynthia  (term)D XXX×XXXX×X×XXXX××××××××X××××XX××XXXX××××××××
17%Wittenberg, Robert  (term)D X×X×X××X××××X×××××××X××××××××××X××××××××××
16%Ellison, Jim  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
15%Hope, Kara  (term)D ×××××××X×××××××××××X××××××××××××××××××××××
14%Stone, Lori  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
12%Brixie, Julie  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
12%Aiyash, Abraham  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××
6%Rabhi, Yousef  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
0%Neeley, Sheldon  (term)D X×
0%Robinson, Isaac  (term)D X×××××××

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Column Descriptions

Senate Bill 1253: Limit Public Health Orders
Limits the Department of Health and Human Services from issuing public health orders in response to a pandemic beyond 28 days without legislative approval. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 625 on Dec. 15, 2020.

Senate Bill 1182: Mortuary science license fees
Increases mortuary science license fees. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 595 on Dec. 15, 2020.

Senate Bill 761: Airport forfeiture
Allows the forfeiture without conviction or airport seizures. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 573 on Sep. 30, 2020.

House Bill 4910: Emotional Support Animal
Requires those who need an emotional support animal to get a doctor's note to confirm the treatment and allows law enforcement to charge those making false claims on this matter with a misdemeanor. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 647 on Dec. 21, 2020.

Senate Bill 1097: Traverse City subsidies
Allows a certain Traverse City development to continue receiving brownfield tax credits. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 611 on Sep. 30, 2020.

Senate Bill 669: CON Psych Hospitals
Creates a specific certificate of need carve out for rural, psychiatric hospitals that specialize in programming for children and adolescents. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 626 on Feb. 26, 2020.

Senate Bill 77: Nursing home electronic monitoring
Allows families of nursing home patients to install a camera in their loved one's room. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 609 on Oct. 1, 2020.

Senate Bill 1254: Drunk Driving Expungements
Makes certain drunk driving convictions eligible for expungement. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 556 on Dec. 10, 2020.

House Bill 5024: Mosquito abatement
Allows townships to impose a six-year, 1 mill property tax for mosquito abatement. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 182 on Mar. 17, 2020.

Senate Bill 1105: Solar installation tax break
Allows multi-acre industrial solar installations to provide a flat payment in lieu of taxes assessment as opposed to regular property taxes. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 561 on Dec. 8, 2020.

House Bill 4792: Self-Service Gas Stations
Allows for self-service gas stations under certain circumstances. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 224 on Jun. 26, 2019.

Senate Bill 241: Water shut-offs
Prohibits a public utility from shutting off a customer's water service for falling behind on their bill. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 612 on Dec. 15, 2020.

Senate Bill 1153: Micro-Processing
Exempts certain goods-handling system from the personal property tax. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 593 on Dec. 8, 2020.

Senate Bill 1185: Health Care COVID Liability
Exempts health care providers from liability in dealing with the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 624 on Nov. 10, 2020.

House Bill 6101: Employer Liability in COVID
Exempts an employer from being held liable for damages from the exposure of an employee to COVID if the operation is in compliance or reasonably consistent with local, state and federal rules. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 489 on Oct. 14, 2020.

House Bill 5881: Criminalize “ballot harvesting”
Increased the penalty for making a fraudulent absentee ballot application go from a misdemeanor to a felony. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 463 on Jun. 23, 2020.

House Bill 4332: Airbow hunting
Legalizes the use of pneumatic air bows to hunt game during any open season in which a firearm may be used. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 154 on Mar. 12, 2019.

House Bill 5602: Low voltage electric fences
Rolls back regulations on the construction of low-voltage electric security fences. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 267 on Mar. 10, 2020.

Senate Bill 117: Military absentee ballots
Allows for the electronic return of military absentee ballots. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 420 on Oct. 30, 2019.

House Bill 4985: Expungement Reform
Expands the number of low-level misdemeanors that can be wiped off someone's record through expungement in certain cases. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 310 on Sep. 17, 2019.

Senate Bill 757: Absentee ballot counting
Allows clerks in larger communities to get a one-day head start in counting absentee ballots. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 421 on Sep. 15, 2020.

House Bill 5134: Carnival ride operator age
Lowers the required age to operate a carnival-amusement ride from 18 years old to 16 years old. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 143 on Oct. 22, 2019.

House Bill 5488: Court Fines
Allows courts until Oct. 2022 to impose any costs on guilty defendants that are related to the court's operating expenses, building maintenance, court employee benefits and other expenses. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 204 on Feb. 13, 2020.

Senate Bill 935: Property Tax delay
Permit businesses negatively impacted the state's coronavirus epidemic lockdown to defer paying or turning over use taxes they have collected to months into the future. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 280 on Jun. 18, 2020.

Senate Bill 718: Roadside drug testing pilot program
Expands a roadside drug testing program. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 211 on Mar. 17, 2020.

House Bill 5576: Michigan Reconnect
Allows for the Governor's last-dollar Michigan Reconnect scholarship program for those 25 and older. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 160 on Mar. 4, 2020.

Senate Bill 657: Special Ed Teaching Certificate
Allows those in the process of getting a teaching certificate to teach special education under an interim certificate. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 618 on Mar. 10, 2020.

Senate Bill 384: Ticket Scalping
Repeals the state's ban on scalping tickets. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 393 on Jan. 30, 2020.

Senate Bill 294: Press Boxes
Exempts outdoor sports stadium press boxes from building code mandates. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 161 on Jun. 5, 2019.

Senate Bill 340: Satellite pharmacies
Authorizes the use of remote "satellite pharmacies." Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 355 on Sep. 5, 2019.

House Bill 4051: Mental health hotline
Requires the state to create a mental health hotline. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 12 on Jan. 9, 2020.

Senate Bill 1006: Drug Conviction Food Stamps
Removes drug convictions as a bar to receiving food stamps. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 583 on Sep. 30, 2020.

Senate Bill 54: Historic Tax Breaks
Grants developers business income tax credits for restoring a structure deemed "historic." Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 597 on Dec. 8, 2020.

Senate Bill 604: UI Benefits expansion
Expands unemployment benefits an extra six weeks and makes special accommodations so domestic abuse survivors are not deprived from collecting benefits. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 644 on Dec. 21, 2020.

House Bill 4816: Hotel Motel Tax
Allows more municipalities to create a local hotel and motel tax to raise money for a special events facility. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 646 on Dec. 21, 2020.

House Bill 4223: Dental screening
Mandates dental testing and screening for children. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 645 on Dec. 21, 2020.

Senate Bill 195: Family Advisory Board
Creates an incarcerated minor Family Advisory Board. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 574 on Sep. 22, 2020.

Senate Bill 1246: Remote Public Meeting
Continues to allow local governments to hold meetings remotely during the pandemic until Mar. 31. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 553 on Dec. 10, 2020.

Senate Bill 1251: Flint water crisis
Borrows $600 million to settle Flint water crisis claims. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 551 on Dec. 10, 2020.

House Bill 4187: Data Breach
Expands data breach response requirements to entities, but not banks and credit unions. Conservative vote is yes
   • House Roll Call 543 on Dec. 16, 2020.

Senate Bill 1216: Public-private bridge
Allows local governments to work with private entities to regulate bridge operations. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 514 on Dec. 8, 2020.

House Bill 5976: Child care staff ratios
Loosens licensed child care staff ratios. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 504 on Jul. 22, 2020.

House Bill 6233: Tesla Bill
Tightens restrictions on the rules for selling automobiles in the state of Michigan. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 512 on Sep. 16, 2020.

House Bill 6169: Private prisons
Tightens restrictions on private prison policies to mirror those of public prisons. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 442 on Sep. 3, 2020.

House Bill 4213: 4 a.m. bar closures
Allows local governments to let some bars and restaurants to continue serving alcohol until 4 a.m. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 437 on Feb. 19, 2019.

House Bill 5339: Unclaimed tax
Makes it easier for private businesses to access to get access to Michiganders' private property data. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 457 on Sep. 24, 2020.

House Bill 4717: Gas cans
Exempts Michigan-made gas cans from federal regulations. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 385 on Jun. 12, 2019.

House Resolution 282: Line 5
Affirms the House's support for an underground tunnel for the Line 5 petroleum tunnel. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 265 on Jun. 23, 2020.

House Bill 5097: Payday lending
Expands business opportunities for payday lending operations. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 216 on Oct. 10, 2019.

 

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