Right To Work: How did your legislator vote?

The Missouri House of Representatives voted 91 to 64 to approve Right to Work legislation. Here is how House members voted:

This vote record is courtesy of GovWatch.

AYES – 91

Alferman(R)

Allen(R)

Anderson(R)

Andrews(R)

Bahr(R)

Barnes(R)

Basye(R)

Beard(R)

Bernskoetter(R)

Bondon(R)

Brattin(R)

Brown-57(R)

Brown-94(R)

Burlison(R)

Chipman(R)

Cierpiot(R)

Cookson(R)

Crawford(R)

Cross(R)

Curtman(R)

Davis(R)

Diehl(R)

Dogan(R)

Dohrman(R)

Dugger(R)

Eggleston(R)

Entlicher(R)

Fitzpatrick(R)

Fitzwater-49(R)

Flanigan(R)

Fraker(R)

Franklin(R)

Frederick(R)

Gosen(R)

Haahr(R)

Haefner(R)

Hansen(R)

Hill(R)

Hoskins(R)

Hough(R)

Houghton(R)

Hubrecht(R)

Hurst(R)

Johnson(R)

Jones(R)

Justus(R)

Keeney(R)

Kelley(R)

Koenig(R)

Kolkmeyer(R)

Lair(R)

Lant(R)

Leara(R)

Lichtenegger(R)

Love(R)

Lynch(R)

Marshall(R)

Mathews(R)

McDaniel(R)

McGaugh(R)

Messenger(R)

Miller(R)

Moon(R)

Morris(R)

Muntzel(R)

Parkinson(R)

Pfautsch(R)

Phillips(R)

Pike(R)

Pogue(R)

Redmon(R)

Rehder(R)

Reiboldt(R)

Remole(R)

Rhoads(R)

Richardson(R)

Roeber(R)

Rone(R)

Ross(R)

Rowden(R)

Rowland(R)

Shull(R)

Shumake(R)

Swan(R)

Taylor(R)

Vescovo(R)

Walker(R)

White(R)

Wiemann(R)

Wilson(R)

Wood(R)

NAYS – 64

Adams(D)

Anders(D)

Arthur(D)

Black(R)

Burns(D)

Butler(D)

Carpenter(D)

Colona(D)

Conway-10(D)

Conway-104(R)

Corlew(R)

Cornejo(R)

Ellington(D)

Engler(R)

English(I)

Fitzwater-144(R)

Gannon(R)

Gardner(D)

Green(D)

Harris(D)

Hicks(R)

Higdon(R)

Hinson(R)

Hummel(D)

Kendrick(D)

Kidd(R)

King(R)

Korman(R)

Kratky(D)

LaFaver(D)

Lauer(R)

Lavender(D)

May(D)

McCaherty(R)

McCann Beatty(D)

McCreery(D)

McDonald(D)

McManus(D)

McNeil(D)

Meredith(D)

Mims(D)

Mitten(D)

Montecillo(D)

Morgan(D)

Neely(R)

Newman(D)

Nichols(D)

Norr(D)

Otto(D)

Pace(D)

Peters(D)

Pierson(D)

Rizzo(D)

Roden(R)

Runions(D)

Ruth(R)

Shaul(R)

Smith(D)

Solon(R)

Sommer(R)

Spencer(R)

Walton Gray(D)

Webber(D)

Zerr(R)

PRESENT-NOT-VOTING – 2

Berry(R)

Curtis(D)

ABSENT – 6

Austin(R)

Dunn(D)

Hubbard(D)

Kirkton(D)

Pietzman(R)

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