In order to pass, this bill had to have at least 63 votes. The following 63 “representatives” voted for the education finance bill in the House. Did they represent you?
Barker, Bradford, Bruchman, Brunk, Couture-Lovelady, Carlson, Carpenter, Cassidy, Christmann, Claeys, Corbet, Crum, E. Davis, DeGraaf, Dove, Edwards, Esau, Estes, Gandhi, Garber, Goico, Grosserode, Hawkins, Hedke, Highland, Hildabrand, Hoffman, Houser, Howell, Huebert, Hutton, Johnson, Jones, Kahrs, Kelley, Kiegerl, Kinzer, Kleeb, Lunn, Macheers, Mason, Mast, McPherson, Meigs, Merrick, O’Brien, Osterman, Peck, Powell, Read, Rhoades, Rothlisberg, Rubin, Ryckman Jr., Ryckman Sr., Schwab, Seiwert, Suellentrop, Thimesch, Thompson, Todd, Vickrey, Waymaster.
Absent or not voting: Carlin, Hill, Houston, Schwartz, Sutton.
This vote is a direct result of the primaries in August of 2012. These legislators just promoted the ALEC/AFP agenda to the detriment of real Kansans. Channel your frustrations and plan to be active between now and August, and bring along some friends.