Georgia Senate roll call on ID for absentee voting
ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia Senate voted 35-18 Tuesday to pass Senate Bill 67, which would require voters to share identification when applying for an absentee ballot. A yes vote was to pass the bill, while a no vote was to defeat the bill. Voting yes were 34 Republicans and one Democrat. Voting no were 18 Democrats. Three Democrats were absent.
Democrat voting yes (1)
Republicans voting yes (34)
Albers, Roswell; Anavitarte, Dallas; L. Anderson, Grovetown; Beach, Alpharetta; Brass, Newnan; Burke, Bainbridge; Burns, Sylvania; Cowsert, Athens; Dixon, Buford; Dolezal, Cumming; Dugan, Carrollton; Ginn, Danielsville; Gooch, Dahlonega; Goodman, Cogdell; Harbin, Tyrone; Harper, Ocilla; Hatchett, Cornelia; Hickman, Statesboro; Hufstetler, Rome; B. Jones, Jackson; Kennedy, Macon; Kirkpatrick, Marietta; McNeill, Brunswick; Miller, Gainesville; Mullis, Chickamauga; Payne, Dalton; Roberston, Cataula; Strickland, McDonough; Summers, Cordele; Thompson, White; Tillery, Vidalia; Tippins, Marietta; Walker, Perry; Watson, Savannah.
Democrats voting no (18)
T. Anderson, Lithonia; Au, Johns Creek; Butler, Stone Mountain; Davenport, Jonesboro; Halpern, Atlanta; Harbison, Columbus; Harrell, Atlanta; K. Jackson, Stone Mountain; L. Jackson, Savannah; E. Jones, Decatur; H. Jones, Augusta; Jordan, Atlanta; Lucas, Macon; Merritt, Grayson; Orrock, Atlanta; Parent, Atlanta; Rahman, Lawrenceville; Seay, Riverdale;
Democrats absent (3)
James, Atlanta; Sims, Dawson; Tate, Atlanta.