How members of Michigan House voted on auto insurance bill

November 3, 2017

The Michigan House late Thursday voted 45-63 against a bill to reduce the cost of auto insurance premiums by giving drivers a choice on levels of personal injury protection.

Here is how members of the Republican-controlled chamber came down on the measure:


Forty-one Republicans voting yes: Thomas Albert of Lowell, Julie Alexander of Hanover, Sue Allor of Wolverine, Tom Barrett of Potterville, Joseph Bellino of Monroe, John Bizon of Battle Creek, Julie Calley of Portland, Ed Canfield of Sebewaing, Lee Chatfield of Levering, Tristan Cole of Mancelona, Diana Farrington of Utica, Gary Glenn of Williams Township, Beth Griffin of Mattawan, Roger Hauck of Union Township, Shane Hernandez of Port Huron, Michele Hoitenga of Manton, Pamela Hornberger of Chesterfield Township, Holly Hughes of Montague, Steven Johnson of Wayland, Bronna Kahle of Adrian, Tim Kelly of Saginaw Township, Beau LaFave of Iron Mountain, Kim LaSata of Bainbridge Township, Dan Lauwers of Brockway Township, Tom Leonard of DeWitt, Eric Leutheuser of Hillsdale, Jim Lilly of Park Township, James Lower of Cedar Lake, Aaron Miller of Sturgis, Jeff Noble of Plymouth, Dave Pagel of Berrien Springs, John Reilly of Oakland Township, Daire Rendon of Lake City, Jason Sheppard of Temperance, Lana Theis of Brighton, Curt VanderWall of Ludington, Scott VanSingel of Grant, Hank Vaupel of Handy Township, Roger Victory of Georgetown Township, Jason Wentworth of Clare, Mary Whiteford of Casco Township


Four Democrats voting yes: Wendell Byrd of Detroit, Leslie Love of Detroit, Sylvia Santana of Detroit, Bettie Cook Scott of Detroit


Twenty-two Republicans voting no: Chris Afendoulis of Grand Rapids Township, Tommy Brann of Wyoming, Laura Cox of Livonia, Kathy Crawford of Novi, Ben Frederick of Owosso, Daniela Garcia of Holland, Joseph Graves of Linden, Gary Howell of North Branch, Martin Howrylak of Troy, Brandt Iden of Oshtemo Township, Larry Inman of Williamsburg, Klint Kesto of Commerce Township, Peter Lucido of Shelby Township, Steve Marino of Harrison Township, David Maturen of Vicksburg, Michael McCready of Bloomfield Hills, Brett Roberts of Eaton Township, Jim Runestad of White Lake, Jim Tedder of Clarkston, Robert VerHeulen of Walker, Michael Webber of Rochester Hills, Jeff Yaroch of Richmond


Forty-one Democrats voting no: Winnie Brinks of Grand Rapids, Darrin Camilleri of Brownstown Township, Stephanie Chang of Detroit, John Chirkun of Roseville, Cara Clemente of Lincoln Park, Tom Cochran of Mason, Scott Dianda of Calumet, Fred Durhal III of Detroit, Brian Elder of Bay City, Jim Ellison of Royal Oak, Pam Faris of Clio, LaTanya Garrett of Detroit, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo of Detroit, Erika Geiss of Taylor, Patrick Green of Warren, Christine Greig of Farmington Hills, Tim Greimel of Auburn Hills, Vanessa Guerra of Saginaw, Abdullah Hammoud of Dearborn, Kevin Hertel of St. Clair Shores, Jon Hoadley of Kalamazoo, Jewell Jones of Inkster, Robert Kosowski of Westland, David LaGrand of Grand Rapids, Donna Lasinski of Scio Township, Frank Liberati of Allen Park, Jeremy Moss of Southfield, Sheldon Neeley of Flint, Kristy Pagan of Canton Township, Ronnie Peterson of Ypsilanti, Phil Phelps of Flushing, Yousef Rabhi of Ann Arbor, Rose Mary Robinson of Detroit, Terry Sabo of Muskegon, Andy Schor of Lansing, Sam Singh of East Lansing, Tim Sneller of Burton, William Sowerby of Clinton Township, Robert Wittenberg of Oak Park, Henry Yanez of Sterling Heights, Adam Zemke of Ann Arbor.

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