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.


Democrats voting yes (1)

Rhett, Marietta.


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;


Democrat absent (3)

James, Atlanta; Sims, Dawson; Tate, Atlanta.

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