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Senate Member Vote Statistics
2017-2018 Session

District Name Total Votes Eligible Votes Actual Votes Vote % With Majority With Majority % Against Majority Against Majority %
15 Alexander (R) 191 166 166 100.0% 161 97.0% 5 3.0%
45 Ballard (R) 191 188 185 98.4% 184 99.5% 1 0.5%
18 Barefoot (R) 191 185 185 100.0% 184 99.5% 1 0.5%
17 Barringer (R) 191 166 164 98.8% 155 94.5% 9 5.5%
26 Berger (R) 191 155 155 100.0% 155 100.0% 0 0.0%
39 Bishop (R) 191 165 163 98.8% 160 98.2% 3 1.8%
14 Blue (D) 191 164 160 97.6% 119 74.4% 41 25.6%
13 Britt (R) 191 188 188 100.0% 186 98.9% 2 1.1%
34 Brock (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 188 98.4% 3 1.6%
6 Brown (R) 191 189 189 100.0% 186 98.4% 3 1.6%
4 Bryant (D) 191 187 186 99.5% 144 77.4% 42 22.6%
16 Chaudhuri (D) 191 190 190 100.0% 148 77.9% 42 22.1%
21 Clark (D) 191 191 191 100.0% 163 85.3% 28 14.7%
1 Cook (R) 191 167 167 100.0% 166 99.4% 1 0.6%
44 Curtis (R) 191 189 189 100.0% 189 100.0% 0 0.0%
46 Daniel (R) 191 191 190 99.5% 186 97.9% 4 2.1%
5 D. Davis (D) 191 189 189 100.0% 154 81.5% 35 18.5%
50 J. Davis (R) 191 138 138 100.0% 138 100.0% 0 0.0%
33 Dunn (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 187 97.9% 4 2.1%
48 Edwards (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 188 98.4% 3 1.6%
38 Ford (D) 191 144 143 99.3% 113 79.0% 30 21.0%
23 Foushee (D) 191 188 187 99.5% 143 76.5% 44 23.5%
24 Gunn (R) 191 186 186 100.0% 185 99.5% 1 0.5%
43 Harrington (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 187 97.9% 4 2.1%
47 Hise (R) 191 186 186 100.0% 183 98.4% 3 1.6%
11 Horner (R) 191 189 189 100.0% 183 96.8% 6 3.2%
10 B. Jackson (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 189 99.0% 2 1.0%
37 J. Jackson (D) 191 183 183 100.0% 149 81.4% 34 18.6%
31 Krawiec (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 190 99.5% 1 0.5%
9 Lee (R) 191 178 178 100.0% 177 99.4% 1 0.6%
32 Lowe (D) 191 191 190 99.5% 146 76.8% 44 23.2%
25 McInnis (R) 191 189 189 100.0% 188 99.5% 1 0.5%
20 McKissick (D) 191 168 166 98.8% 132 79.5% 34 20.5%
19 Meredith (R) 191 167 167 100.0% 160 95.8% 7 4.2%
36 Newton (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 189 99.0% 2 1.0%
7 Pate (R) 191 189 189 100.0% 188 99.5% 1 0.5%
12 Rabin (R) 191 186 186 100.0% 183 98.4% 3 1.6%
8 Rabon (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 190 99.5% 1 0.5%
30 Randleman (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 187 97.9% 4 2.1%
28 Robinson (D) 191 167 167 100.0% 125 74.9% 42 25.1%
2 Sanderson (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 187 97.9% 4 2.1%
3 Smith-Ingram (D) 191 186 183 98.4% 143 78.1% 40 21.9%
41 Tarte (R) 191 188 188 100.0% 185 98.4% 3 1.6%
29 Tillman (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 189 99.0% 2 1.0%
35 Tucker (R) 191 179 179 100.0% 177 98.9% 2 1.1%
49 Van Duyn (D) 191 191 191 100.0% 147 77.0% 44 23.0%
40 Waddell (D) 191 191 191 100.0% 150 78.5% 41 21.5%
27 Wade (R) 191 157 157 100.0% 157 100.0% 0 0.0%
42 Wells (R) 191 191 191 100.0% 190 99.5% 1 0.5%
22 Woodard (D) 191 172 171 99.4% 131 76.6% 40 23.4%

Data Last Updated: Apr 29 2017 11:35PM

Total Votes - The total number of roll call votes taken this session on the chamber floor.
Eligible Votes - The number of votes the member was eligible to vote on this session. This number does not include votes taken when the member had an excused absence or an excused vote.
Paired Votes - The number of times an absent member paired with a member present in the chamber to cast offsetting votes.
Actual Votes - The number of actual votes the member cast on the chamber floor this session.
Vote % - The percentage of eligible votes this session on which the member voted.
With Majority - The number of times this session the member voted the same way as the outcome of the vote. If a specific vote passed and the member voted AYE, then that vote counted as WITH THE MAJORITY.
With Majority % - The With Majority votes divided by the Actual Votes.
Against Majority - The number of time this session the member voted opposite way as the outcome of the vote. If a specific vote failed and the member voted AYE, then that vote counted as AGAINST THE MAJORITY.
Against Majority % - The Against Majority votes divided by the Actual Votes.

* Presiding Officer

Speaker and Speaker Pro Tem often do not vote while presiding; therefore their voting % may be low.