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How they voted

This photo, taken by Del. Mark Keam, was all we had last night to know how the House of Delegates voted on Tracy Thorne-Begland. We now have the roster, via RTD. The 33 delegates who voted in favor of this highly qualified candidate were:

David B. Albo, R-Fairfax
Kenneth C. Alexander, D-Norfolk
Mamye E. BaCote, D-Newport News
David L. Bulova, D-Fairfax
Betsy B. Carr, D-Richmond
Barbara J. Comstock, R-Fairfax
Rosalyn R. Dance, D-Petersburg
Peter F. Farrell, R-Henrico
Eileen Filler-Corn, D-Fairfax
Charniele L. Herring, D-Alexandria
Patrick A. Hope, D-Arlington
Algie T. Howell, D-Norfolk
Matthew James, D-Portsmouth
Mark L. Keam, D-Fairfax
Terry G. Kilgore, R-Scott
L. Kaye Kory, D-Fairfax
James M. LeMunyon, R-Fairfax
Lynwood W. Lewis Jr., D-Accomack
Alfonso H. Lopez, D-Arlington
G. Manoli Loupassi, R-Richmond
Jennifer L. McClellan, D-Richmond
Delores L. McQuinn, D-Richmond
Joseph D. Morrissey, D-Henrico
Thomas Davis Rust, R-Fairfax
James M. Scott, D-Fairfax
Mark D. Sickles, D-Fairfax
Lionell Spruill Sr., D-Chesapeake
Scott A. Surovell, D-Fairfax
Luke Torian, D-Prince William
David J. Toscano, D-Charlottesville
Jeion A. Ward, D-Hampton
Vivian E. Watts, D-Fairfax
Joseph A. Yost, R-Montgomery

As for the others – well, you’ll have to read their names over at the RTD.

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27 thoughts on “How they voted

  1. Kudos to Jeff Shapiro for his Wednesday column recognizing that the member of the General Assembly who began basing judicial elections on a judge’s sexuality was …Bob McDonnell. Even though he says it’s wrong now.

  2. Timothy,

    I’m not sure where the 9th Amendment comes into play, although I will say that the SCOTUS should have just quoted it in the Roe decision and said, “This is one of those rights.” That would have been far better than the “eminences of penumbras” nonsense.

    As to the “Crimes Against Nature” law, I would have problems with a candidate for a judgeship who went around promoting bestiality, incest, buggery, or oral sex. All but the last two are proscribed by the Bible. I’m not sure how those two got on the list.

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