From Associated Press
Here is the 86-35 vote Monday by which the Kansas House overrode Gov. Mark Parkinson’s veto of a bill rewriting state laws on late-term abortions.
A two-thirds majority, or 84 votes, was required. A “yes” vote was to override the vote. A “no” vote was to sustain the veto. Of the 76 Republicans, 68 voted “yes” and 8 voted “no.” Of the 49 Democrats, 18 voted “yes,” 27 voted “no” and 4 did not vote.
REPUBLICANS VOTING YES
Clay Aurand, Courtland. Bob Bethell, Alden. Elaine Bowers, Concordia. Robert Brookens, Marion. Anthony Brown, Eudora. Steve Brunk, Bel Aire. Mike Burgess, Topeka. Richard Carlson, St. Marys. Pat Colloton, Leawood. Barbara Craft, Junction City. David Crum, Augusta. Peter DeGraaf, Mulvane. Owen Donohoe, Shawnee. John Faber, Brewster. Rocky Fund, Hoyt. Pat George, Dodge City. Mario Goico, Wichita. John Grange, El Dorado. Gary Hayzlett, Lakin. Phil Hermanson, Wichita. Don Hineman, Dighton. Carl Dean Holmes, Liberal. Mitch Holmes, St. John. Deena Horst, Salina. Steve Huebert, Valley Center. Aaron Jack, Andover. Kasha Kelley, Arkansas City. Dan Kerschen, Garden Plain. Mike Kiegerl, Olathe. Jeff King, Independence. Lance Kinzer, Olathe. Marvin Kleeb, Overland Park. Forrest Knox, Altoona. Brenda Landwehr, Wichita. Bill Light, Rolla. Peggy Mast, Emporia. Joe McLeland, Wichita. Ray Merrick, Stilwell. Jim Morrison, Colby. Tom Moxley, Council Grove. Don Myers, Derby. Melvin Neufeld, Ingalls. Connie O’Brien, Tonganoxie. Robert Olson, Olathe. Mike O’Neal, Hutchinson. Bill Otto, LeRoy. Joe Patton, Topeka. Virgil Peck, Tyro. JoAnn Pottorff, Wichita. Larry Powell, Garden City. William Prescott, Osage City. Richard Proehl, Parsons. Marc Rhoades, Newton. Don Schroeder, Inman. Scott Schwab, Olathe. Sharon Schwartz, Washington. Joe Seiwert, Pretty Prairie. Clark Shultz, Lindsborg. Arlen Siegfreid, Olathe. Gene Suellentrop, Wichita. Vern Swanson, Clay Center. Lee Tafanelli, Ozawkie. Jene Vickrey, Louisburg. Jeff Whitham, Garden City. Kay Wolf, Prairie Village. William Wolf, Great Bend. Ron Worley, Lenexa. Kevin Yoder, Overland Park. REPUBLICANS VOTING NO
Barbara Bollier, Mission Hills. Lana Gordon, Topeka. Don Hill, Emporia. Dan Johnson, Hays. Jill Quigley, Lenexa. Charles Roth, Salina. Tom Sloan, Lawrence. Sheryl Spalding, Overland Park.
DEMOCRATS VOTING YES
Bill Feuerborn, Garnett. Stan Frownfelter, Kansas City. Doug Gatewood, Columbus. Bob Grant, Cherokee. Jerry Henry, Cummings. Margaret Long, Kansas City. Steve Lukert, Sabetha. Patrick Maloney, Kingman. Melanie Meier, Leavenworth. Shirley Palmer, Fort Scott. Jan Pauls, Hutchinson. Mike Peterson, Kansas City. Eber Phelps, Hays. Mike Slattery, Mission. Don Svaty, Ellsworth. Dale Swenson, Wichita. Vince Wetta, Wellington. Jerry Williams, Chanute.
DEMOCRATS VOTING NO
Barbara Ballard, Lawrence. Melany Barnes, Wichita. Lisa Benlon, Overland Park. Tony Brown, Baldwin City. Tom Burroughs, Kansas City.
Marti Crow, Leavenworth.
Paul Davis, Lawrence.
Gail Finney, Wichita.
Geraldine Flaharty, Wichita. Dolores Furtado, Overland Park. Delia Garcia, Wichita. Sean Gatewood, Topeka. Raj Goyle, Wichita. Broderick Henderson, Kansas City. Annie Kuether, Topeka. Judy Loganbill, Wichita. Ann Mah, Topeka. Melody McCray-Miller, Wichita. Julie Menghini, Pittsburg. Cindy Neighbor, Shawnee. Gene Rardin, Overland Park. Louis Ruiz, Kansas City. Milack Talia, Merriam. Annie Tietze, Topeka. Ed Trimmer, Winfield. Jim Ward, Wichita. Valdenia Winn, Kansas City.
DEMOCRATS NOT VOTING
Sydney Carlin, Manhattan. Nile Dillmore, Wichita (Note: Dillmore says he voted ‘no’ on the proposal, but that that is not reflected correctly in the legislative record. He is working to correct the record).
Tom Hawk, Manhattan. Harold Lane, Topeka.