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This week’s infographic looks at the Democrat’s votes on creating an income tax to fund a flawed family leave insurance plan. There were 4 roll call votes that contained language for an income tax. They are as follows:
- Roll Call Vote #54 – Ought to Pass as Amended on HB712, the House version of the income tax family leave plan.
- Roll Call Vote #129 – Ought to Pass on SB1, the Senate version of the income tax family leave plan.
- Roll Call Vote #158 – Adopt amendment #1403h to HB2, which inserted the income tax family leave plan in to the trailer bill to the House budget.
- Roll Call Vote #164 – Ought to Pass as Amended on HB2, the final vote on the House trailer bill, which as amended contains the income tax family leave plan.
Of the 233 House Democrats,
183 (79%) voted for the income tax proposal all 4 times.
217 (93%) voted for the income tax at least 3 times.
229 (98%) voted for the income tax at least 2 times.
231 (99%) voted for the income tax at least once.
There were two members who did not have recorded votes on the income tax proposals. One has been absent due to health conditions, and the other was Speaker Shurtleff, who did not cast a vote while presiding over the House session(s).
Below, you’ll find a listing the vote by each member of the Democrat caucus on those 4 roll call votes.
98% of New Hampshire House Democrats voted in support of HB397, a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain NH drivers’ licenses.
HB 397-FN, relative to drivers’ licenses for New Hampshire residents who do not possess a social security card.
House Roll Call Vote 140, Motion: Ought to Pass with Amendment
97.60% of House Democrats voted for Ought to Pass with Amendment
99.3% of House Republicans opposed Ought to Pass with Amendment
A vote for Ought to Pass with Amendment is a vote in favor of giving Drivers’ licenses to illegal immigrants. This bill would allow people here illegally to receive a license with a combination of a foreign passport, an expired alien registration card, or “Any other documentation issued by the government of the applicant’s country of birth.” A person here illegally could theoretically present their foreign passport and an arrest warrant from their home country in lieu of a social security card and then receive a Drivers’ license. Due to the high potential of fraud, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation strongly opposes this bill. Concerns were also raised that given New Hampshire’s current laws, allowing illegal immigrants to receive a Drivers’ License could it make it easier for them to participate in several other things, like voting in our elections.
Each year we provide to you a priority list of votes so you know how Democrats in your district/county voted on key issues. This has traditionally come at the end of each session year, but there are so many votes on bad bills this year, we can publish a list now, at crossover.
2019 Crossover Report – Vote Descriptions, gives you a list of the votes we used in our report, what the motion was, how each party caucus voted, and a description of the issues in the bill.
2019 Crossover Report – Vote Detail, list each member of the Democrat caucus, and how they voted on each of these bills.
2019 Crossover Report – Participation Rate – We’ve included a list of Democrats and their participation rates and missed vote percentage.
If you have any questions about these materials the Republican Office staff is happy to help. There are several other bills we would have liked to include in this report, but there were just so many, we had to narrow the list down. If you are looking for more detailed information on a specific member, let us know.
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