Who Voted Against Worker Freedoms?
From John Curry, February 1, 2012
Let's not forget the politicians who looked to strip away worker rights with the stroke of a pen with Senate Bill 5/Issue 2. Below is a list of Senators and Representatives who voted YES on SB5/Issue 2. Remember their names for the 2012 elections.
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Kevin Bacon (R-3), Bill Beagle (R-5), Gary Cates (Appointed to new position after YES vote), David Daniels (R-17), Keith Faber (R-12), Karen Gillmor (Resigned for new position after YES vote), Cliff Hite (R-1), Shannon Jones (R-7), Kris Jordan (R-19), Frank LaRose (R-27), Peggy Lehner (R-6), Larry Obhof (R-22), Tim Schaffer (R-31), Jimmy Stewart (Appointed to new position after YES vote), Mark Wagoner (R-2), Chris Widener (R-10), Tom Niehaus (R-14),
* David Burke (R-26) & Troy Balderson (R-20) voted YES in the House.
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John Adams (R-78), Richard Adams (R-79), Ron Amstutz (R-3), Marlene Anielski (R-17), Nan Baker (R-16), Troy Balderson (Now in Senate), Peter Beck (R-67), Terry Blair (R-38), Lou Blessing (R-29), Terry Boose (R-58), Andrew Brenner (R-2), Danny Bubp (R-88), Jim Buchy (R-77), David Burke (Now in Senate), Jim Butler (R-37), Bill Coley (Now in Senate), Courtney Combs (R-54), Timothy Derickson (R-53), Mike Dovilla (R-18), Mike Duffey (R-21), Anne Gonzales (R-19), Bruce Goodwin (R-74), Cheryl Grossman (R-23), Bob Hackett (R-84), Christina Hagan (R-50), David Hall (R-97), Bill Hayes (R-91), Michael Henne (R-36), Richard Hollington (R-98), Jay Hottinger (R-71), Matt Huffman (R-4), Al Landis (R-96), Ron Maag (R-35), Jarrod Martin (R-70), Jeffrey McClain (R-82), Todd McKenney (R-43), Bob Mecklenborg (Resigned), Craig Newbold (R-1), Bob Peterson (R-85), Kristina Roegner (R-42), Cliff Rosenberger (R-86), Margaret Ann Ruhl (R-90), Kirk Schuring (R-51), Barbara Sears (R-46), Lynn Slaby (R-41), Robert Sprague (R-76), Peter Stautberg (R-34), Gerald Stebelton (R-5), Andy Thompson (R-93), Joseph Uecker (R-66), Lynn Wachtmann (R-75), Ron Young (R-63), William Batchelder (R-69)