Votes Wednesday as the House, on a 88-44 vote, passed a budget-balancing plan. A yes vote was to approve the bill. Voting yes were 68 Republicans and 20 Democrats. Voting no were 1 Republican and 43 Democrats. Not voting were 2 Republicans.
REPUBLICANS VOTING YES - Abeler (R-Anoka); Abrams (R-Minnetonka); Blaine (R-Little Falls); Boudreau (R-Faribault); Bradley (R-Rochester); Buesgens (R-Jordan); Cassell (R-Alexandria); Clark, J. (R-New Ulm); Daggett (R-Frazee); Davids (R-Preston); Dehler (R-St. Joseph); Dempsey (R-Red Wing); Dorman (R-Albert Lea); Eastlund (R-Isanti); Erhardt (R-Edina); Erickson (R-Princeton); Finseth (R-Angus); Fuller (R-Bemidji); Gerlach (R-Apple Valley); Goodno (R-Moorhead); Gunther (R-Fairmont); Haas (R-Champlin); Hackbarth (R-Cedar); Harder (R-Jackson); Holberg (R-Lakeville); Holsten (R-Stillwater); Howes (R-Walker); Jacobson (R-Vadnais Heights); Johnson, J. (R-Plymouth); Jordan (R-Brooklyn Park); Kielkucki (R-Lester Prairie); Knoblach (R-St. Cloud); Krinkie (R-Shoreview); Kuisle (R-Rochester); Leppik (R-Golden Valley); Lindner (R-Corcoran); Lipman (R-Lake Elmo); Mares (R-White Bear Lake); McElroy (R-Burnsville); Molnau (R-Chaska); Mulder (R-Ivanhoe); Ness (R-Dassel); Nornes (R-Fergus Falls); Osskopp (R-Lake City); Ozment (R-Rosemount); Paulsen (R-Eden Prairie); Pawlenty (R-Eagan); Penas (R-Badger); Rhodes (R-St. Louis Park); Rifenberg (R-La Crescent); Ruth (R-Owatonna); Seagren (R-Bloomington); Seifert, M. (R-Marshall); Smith (R-Mound); Stanek (R-Maple Grove); Stang (R-Cold Spring); Sviggum (R-Kenyon); Swenson (R-Nicollet); Sykora (R-Excelsior); Tingelstad (R-Andover); Tuma (R-Northfield); Vandeveer (R-Forest Lake); Walz (R-Brainerd); Westerberg (R-Blaine); Westrom (R-Elbow Lake); Wilkin (R-Eagan); Wolf (R-Burnsville); Workman (R-Chanhassen)
REPUBLICANS VOTING NO - Olson (R-Big Lake)
REPUBLICANS NOT VOTING - Anderson, B. (R-Buffalo Township); Bishop (R-Rochester)
DEMOCRATS VOTING YES- Bakk (D-Cook); Carlson (D-Crystal); Folliard (D-Hopkins); Goodwin (D-Columbia Heights); Hillstrom (D-Brooklyn Center); Johnson, R. (D-St. Peter); Juhnke (D-Willmar); Kubly (D-Granite Falls); Larson (D-Bloomington); Lenczewski (D-Bloomington); Lieder (D-Crookston); Marquart (D-Dilworth); Milbert (D-South St. Paul); Osthoff (D-St. Paul); Otremba (D-Long Prairie); Pelowski (D-Winona); Pugh (D-South St. Paul); Slawik (D-Maplewood); Thompson (D-New Hope); Wasiluk (D-Maplewood)
DEMOCRATS VOTING NO - Anderson, I. (D-International Falls); Bernardy (D-Fridley); Biernat (D-Minneapolis); Clark, K. (D-Minneapolis); Davnie (D-Minneapolis); Dawkins (D-St. Paul); Dibble (D-Minneapolis); Dorn (D-Mankato); Entenza (D-St. Paul); Evans (D-New Brighton); Gleason (D-Richfield); Gray (D-Minneapolis); Greiling (D-Roseville); Hausman (D-St. Paul); Hilty (D-Finlayson); Huntley (D-Duluth); Jaros (D-Duluth); Jennings (D-Harris); Johnson, S. (D-St. Paul); Kahn (D-Minneapolis); Kalis (D-Wells); Kelliher (D-Minneapolis); Koskinen (D-Coon Rapids); Leighton (D-Austin); Mahoney (D-St. Paul); Mariani (D-St. Paul); Marko (D-Cottage Grove); McGuire (D-Falcon Heights); Mullery (D-Minneapolis); Murphy (D-Hermantown); Opatz (D-St. Cloud); Paymar (D-St. Paul); Peterson (D-Madison); Rukavina (D-Virginia); Schumacher (D-Princeton); Sertich (D-Chisholm); Skoe (D-Clearbrook); Skoglund (D-Minneapolis); Solberg (D-Bovey); Swapinski (D-Duluth); Wagenius (D-Minneapolis); Walker (D-Minneapolis); Winter (D-Fulda)More from MPR