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ATR Releases List of 2020 NH & RI State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Friday, September 4th, 2020, 5:28 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the New Hampshire and Rhode Island incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the September 8 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the September primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

Rhode Island

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

John

Cullen

State House

46

No

Antonio

Giarrusso

State House

30

No

William

Hunt

State House

68

No

Donald

Kohlman

State House

38

No

Maryann

Lancia

State House

16

No

Ronald

Loparto

State House

21

No

Patricia

Morgan

State House

26

No

Emmanuel

Nyema

State House

11

No

Ramon

Perez

State House

13

No

Aryeh

Rosenfield

State House

4

No

Michael

Chippendale

State House

40

Yes

Justin

Price

State House

39

Yes

Charles

Callanan

State Senate

35

No

Doreen

Costa

State Senate

36

No

Daviud

Tacey

State Senate

37

No

Jessica

De la Cruz

State Senate

23

Yes

Elaine

Morgan

State Senate

34

Yes

Leonidas

Raptakis

State Senate

33

Yes

         

New Hampshire

     

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Christopher

Sununu

Governor

 

Yes

Darryl

Perry

Governor

 

No

Karen

Testerman

Governor

 

No

Max

Abramson

State House

Rockingham 37

No

Keith

Ammon

State House

Hillsborough 40

No

Aidan

Anakrberg

State House

Strafford 10

No

Glenn

Bailey

State House

Strafford 1 

No

John

Balcom

State House

Hillsborough 21

No

Tim

Baxter

State House

Rockingham 20

No

Harry

Bean

State House

Belknap 2

No

Calvin

Beaulier

State House

Grafton 1

No

Cody

Belanger

State House

Rockingham 9

No

David

Binford

State House

Grafton 15

No

Mike

Bordes

State House

Belknap 3

No

Jose

Cambrils

State House

Merrimack 9

No

Jackie

Casey

State House

Hillsborough 34 

No

Tyler

Chase

State House

Hillsborough 9

No

Brian

Chicoine

State House

Hillsborough 18

No

Pamela

Coughlin

State House

Hillsborough 22

No

Robert

D'arcy

State House

Cheshire 3

No

Donna

Davey

State House

Merrimack 14

No

Kate

Day

State House

Cheshire 1

No

Harrison

deBree

State House

Strafford 7

No

Susan

DeLemus

State House

Strafford 24

No

Brodie

Deshaies

State House

Carroll 6 

No

Virginia

Drye

State House

Sullivan 1

No

Margaret

Drye

State House

Sullivan 9

No

Edward

Duncan

State House

Rockingham 18

No

Pamela

Ean

State House

Merrimack 10 

No

Beth

Folsom

State House

Grafton 11

No

Ian

Freeman

State House

Cheshire 16 

No

Peter

Gagyi

State House

Merrimack 20

No

Dan

Garthwaite

State House

Hillsborough 17

No

Carlos

Gonzalez

State House

Hillsborough 45

No

Ted

Gorski

State House

Hillsborough 7

No

Tyler

Gouveia

State House

Hillsborough 36

No

Daniel

Gray

State House

Rockingham 36

No

Phil

Greazzo

State House

Hillsborough 7 

No

Charles

Hall

State House

Hillsborough 34

No

Tina

Harley

State House

Rockingham 20

No

Phillip

Harris

State House

Hillsborough 42

No

Edwina

Hastings

State House

Strafford 17

No

Bob

Healey

State House

Hillsborough 21 

No

Amanda

Higgins

State House

Hillsborough 45 

No

Doris

Hohensee

State House

Hillsborough 30

No

Sharleen

Hurst

State House

Rockingham 21

No

Marilyn

Huston

State House

Cheshire 5

No

Sly

Karasinski

State House

Cheshire 12 

No

Niki

Kelsey

State House

Hillsborough 7

No

Stephen

Kenda

State House

 Hillsborough 7

No

Mary

Kimball

State House

Rockingham 6

No

Jim

Kofalt

State House

Hillsborough 4

No

Joseph

Lachance

State House

Hillsborough 43

No

Lauren

LaMarsh

State House

Rockingham 6

No

Erica

Layon

State House

Rockingham 6

No

John

Leavitt

State House

Merrimack 24

No

Shari

LeBreche

State House

Belknap 6

No

Don

Leeman

State House

Strafford 10

No

Ryan

Lent

State House

Rockingham 24

No

John

Lewicke

State House

Hillsborough 26

No

Lorraine

Lindenberg

State House

Rockingham 6

No

Richard

Littlefield

State House

Belknap 3

No

Di

Lothrop

State House

Hillsborough 32

No

Wayne

MacDonald

State House

Rockingham 5

No

Christopher

Maidment

State House

Hillsborough 24

No

Stephen

Malone

State House

Cheshire 12

No

John

Martin

State House

Merrimack 23

No

Rita

Mattson

State House

Cheshire 9

No

Michelle

McCartney

State House

Merrimack 15

No

Bonnie

McDermott

State House

Strafford 6

No

Mike

McLaughlin

State House

Grafton 8

No

Richard

Merkt

State House

Cheshire 1 

No

Maureen

Mooney

State House

Hillsborough 21

No

Patrice

Myers

State House

Merrimack 12

No

Rich

Nalevanko

State House

Cheshire 2

No

Bill

O'Brien

State House

Hillsborough 36 

No

Travis

O'Hara

State House

Belknap 9

No

Bill

Ohm

State House

Hillsborough 36

No

Matthew

Pitaro

State House

Merrimack 22

No

Raymond

Plante

State House

Merrimack 23

No

Tom

Ploszaj

State House

Belknap 1

No

Jamess

Qualey

State House

Cheshire 11

No

Marc

Racic

State House

Strafford 6

No

Jennifer

Rhodes

State House

Cheshire 15

No

Matt

Roach

State House

Cheshire 16 

No

Rosemary

Russell

State House

Hillsborough 28

No

Gail

Sanborn

State House

Grafton 6

No

Mathew

Santonastaso

State House

Cheshire 14

No

Carolyn

Scanlon

State House

Rockingham 17

No

Paul

Schirduan

State House

Grafton 5

No

Vanessa

Sheehan

State House

Hillsborough 23

No

Jerry

Sickels

State House

Cheshire 16

No

Norman

Silber

State House

Belknap 2

No

Tammy

Simmons

State House

Hillsborough 17

No

Julie

Smith

State House

Hillsborough 29

No

Julius

Soti

State House

Rockingham 7

No

Dennis

Soucy

State House

Merrimack 17

No

Brian

Stone

State House

Rockingham 1

No

Joe

Sweeney

State House

Rockingham 8

No

Lindsay

Tausch

State House

Hillsborough 21

No

Cynthia

Taylor-Hollandbeck

State House

Rockingham 28

No

Paul

Terry

State House

Belknap 5

No

Karen

Umberger

State House

Carroll 2

No

Natalie

Wells

State House

Merrimack 25

No

Carl

Wikstrom

State House

Rockingham 18

No

Clifford

Zetterstrom

State House

Strafford 6

No

Patrick

Abrami

State House

Rockingham 19 

Yes

Dennis

Acton

State House

Rockingham 10

YES

Glen

Aldrich

State House

Belknap 2 

Yes

Judy

Aron

State House

Sullivan 7

YES

Lino

Avellani

State House

Carroll 5 

Yes

Al

Baldasaro

State House

Rockingham 5

Yes

Alan

Bershtein

State House

Rockingham 2

YES

Ralph

Boehm

State House

Hillsborough 20 

Yes

John

Burt

State House

Hillsborough 39

Yes

Barbara

Comtois

State House

Belknap 7

Yes

Glenn

Cordelli

State House

Carroll 4 

Yes

Kevin

Craig

State House

Coos 4

YES

Tom

Dolan

State House

Rockingham 5 

YES

Fred

Doucette

State House

Rockingham 8

Yes

Jess

Edwards

State House

Rockingham 4

Yes

Robert

Elliott

State House

Rockingham 8

Yes

Keith

Erf

State House

Hillsborough 2 

Yes

Elizabeth

Ferreira

State House

Hillsborough 28

Yes

Robert

Forsythe

State House

Merrimack 8

Yes

Larry

Gagne

State House

Hillsborough 13

Yes

Betty

Gay

State House

Rockingham 8

Yes

Linda

Gould

State House

Hillsborough 7

Yes

Dennis

Green

State House

Rockingham 13

Yes

Bob

Greene

State House

Hillsborough 37 

Yes

Mary

Griffin

State House

Rockingham 7

Yes

Barbara

Griffin

State House

Hillsborough 6

Yes

Michael

Harrington

State House

Strafford 3

Yes

Gregory

Hill

State House

Merrimack 3

Yes

Dick

Hinch

State House

Hillsborough 21

Yes

Gary

Hopper

State House

Hillsborough 2

Yes

Raymond

Howard

State House

Belknap 8

Yes

John

Hunt

State House

Cheshire 11

Yes

John

Janigian

State House

Rockingham 8 

Yes

Jason

Janvrin

State House

Rockingham 37

Yes

Phyllis

Katsakiores

State House

Rockingham 6

Yes

Mac

Kittredge

State House

Strafford 12

Yes

John

Klose

State House

Merrimack 21

Yes

Walter

Kolodziej

State House

Rockingham 7

Yes

Rick

Ladd

State House

Grafton 4

Yes

Alicia

Lekas

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Tony

Lekas

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

David

Love

State House

Rockingham 6

Yes

David

Lundgren

State House

Rockingham 5

Yes

John

MacDonald

State House

Carroll 6

Yes

Norman

Major

State House

Rockingham 14 

Yes

William

Marsh

State House

Carroll 8

Yes

Carol

McGuire

State House

Merrimack 29

Yes

Charles

McMahon

State House

Rockingham 7 

Yes

Charles

Melvin

State House

Rockingham 15

Yes

Bill

Nelson

State House

Carroll 5

Yes

Jeanine

Notter

State House

Hillsborough 21

Yes

Hershel

Nunez

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Katherine

O'Brien

State House

Rockingham 6

Yes

Russell T.

Ober

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

 Lynne

Ober

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Jason

Osborne

State House

Rockingham 4

Yes

Howard

Pearl

State House

Merrimack 26

Yes

Mark

Pearson

State House

Rockingham 34

Yes

Tony

Piemonte

State House

Rockingham 4

Yes

Joe

Pitre

State House

Strafford 2

Yes

Fred

Plett

State House

Hillsborough 6

Yes

John

Potucek

State House

Rockingham 6

Yes

Andrew

Prout

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Andrew

Renzullo

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Kimberly

Rice

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Abigail

Rooney

State House

Strafford 1 

Yes

Laurie

Sanborn

State House

Hillsborough 41

Yes

Brian

Seaworth

State House

Merrimack 20

Yes

Steven

Smith

State House

Sullivan 11

Yes

James

Spillane

State House

Rockingham 2

Yes

Walter

Stapleton

State House

Sullivan 5

Yes

Michael

Sylvia

State House

Belknap 6 

Yes

Dave

Testerman

State House

Merrimack 2

Yes

Doug

Thomas

State House

Rockingham 5

Yes

Peter

Torosian

State House

Rockingham 14

Yes

Chris

True

State House

Rockingham 4

Yes

Jordan

Ulery

State House

Hillsborough 37

Yes

Peter

Varney

State House

Belknap 5 

Yes

Kevin

Verville

State House

Rockingham 2

Yes

Mark

Warden

State House

Hillsborough 15

Yes

David

Welch

State House

Rockingham 13

Yes

Kenneth

Weyler

State House

Rockingham 13

Yes

Kurt

Wuelper

State House

Strafford 3

Yes

Michael

Yakubovich

State House

Merrimack 24

Yes

Josh

Yokela

State House

Rockingham 33

Yes

Kevin

Avard

State Senate

12

No

Gary

Daniels

State Senate

11

No

David

DeVoy

State Senate

2

No

David

Devoy

State Senate

2

No

William

Gannon

State Senate

23

No

Louis

Gargiulo 

State Senate

24

No

Carla

Gericke

State Senate

20

No

Carla

Gericke

State Senate

20

No

Erin

Hennessey

State Senate

1

No

Dan

LeClair

State Senate

10

No

Sue

Polidura

State Senate

21

No

Denise

Ricciardi

State Senate

9

No

Regina

Birdsell

State Senate

19

Yes

Jeb

Bradley

State Senate

3

Yes

Bob

Giuda

State Senate

2

Yes

Chuck

Morse

State Senate

22

Yes

John

Reagan

State Senate

17

Yes

Donna

Soucy

State Senate

18

Yes

David

Starr

State Senate

1

Yes

Ruth

Ward

State Senate

8

Yes

Regina

Barnes

State Senate

24

No


ATR Releases List of 2020 Massachusetts State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Friday, August 28th, 2020, 2:31 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Massachusetts incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the September 1 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the September primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

Massachusetts

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Dan

Allie

State House

4th Hampden District

No

Ingrid

Centurion

State House

13th Middlesex District

No

Bruce

Chester

State House

2nd Worcester District

No

Cathy

Clark

State House

37th Middlesex District

No

Alec

DiFruscia

State House

19th Middlesex District

No

Thomas

Keyes

State House

5th Barnstable District

No

Robert

May Jr.

State House

13th Essex District

No

Summer

Schmaling

State House

12th Plymouth District

No

Susan

Smiley

State House

12th Worcester District

No

Steve

Tougas

State House

3rd Norfolk District

No

Fred “Jay”

Barrows

State House

1st Bristol District

Yes

Nicholas

Boldyga

State House

3rd Hampden District

Yes

Angelo

D'Emilia

State House

8th Plymouth District

Yes

David

DeCoste

State House

5th Plymouth District

Yes

Peter

Durant

State House

6th Worcester District

Yes

Kim

Ferguson

State House

1st Worcester District

Yes

Paul K.

Frost

State House

7th Worcester District

Yes

Sheila

Harrington

State House

1st Middlesex District

Yes

Brad

Hill

State House

4th Essex District

Yes

Steve

Howitt

State House

4th Bristol District

Yes

Marc

Lombardo

State House

22nd Middlesex District

Yes

David

Nangle

State House

17th Middlesex District

Yes

John

Rogers

State House

12th Norfolk District

Yes

Alan

Silvia

State House

7th Bristol District

Yes

Todd

Smola

State House

1st Hampden District

Yes

David

Vieira

State House

3rd Barnstable District

Yes

Susan

Williams Gifford

State House

2nd Plymouth District

Yes

John

Cain

State Senate

2nd Hampden and Hampshire District

No

Steven

Hall

State Senate

Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire, and Middlesex District

No

Jay

McMahon

State Senate

Plymouth and Barnstable District

No

Ryan

Fattman

State Senate

Worcester and Norfolk District

Yes

 


ATR Releases List of 2020 Alaska, Florida, & Wyoming State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Monday, August 17th, 2020, 12:50 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Alaska, Florida, and Wyoming incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the August 18 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the August  primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Alaska

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Michael

Dunleavy

Governor

 

Yes

Kevin

Meyer

Lieutenant Governor

 

Yes

Paul

Bauer

State House

16

No

Keith

Kurber

State House

4

No

Christopher

Kurka

State House

7

No

Kevin

McCabe

State House

8

No

Thomas

McKay

State House

24

No

Ryan

Smith

State House

6

No

David

Eastman

State House

10

Yes

Gabrielle

LeDoux

State House

15

Yes

Mark

Neuman

State House

8

Yes

Cathy

Tilton

State House

12

Yes

Stephen

Duplantis

State Senate

L

No

Calvin

Moto

State Senate

T

No

Bernadette

Rupright

State Senate

D

No

Catherine

Giessel

State Senate

N

Yes

Josh

Revak

State Senate

M

Yes

Stephen

Wright

State Senate

D

No

         

Florida

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Ashley

Moody

Attorney General

 

No

Mary

Hutton

County Commissioner

3

No

Matt

Morgan

County Commissioner

1

No

Ron

DeSantis

Governor

0

Yes

Steve

McKnight

Non-leg Office

54

Yes

Sandra

Atkinson

State House

4

No

Donna

Barcomb

State House

72

No

Pedro

Barrios

State House

105

No

Erika

Benfield

State House

27

No

Bryan

Blackwell

State House

77

No

Frank

Blanco

State House

44

No

David

Borrero

State House

105

No

Drew- Montez

Clark

State House

80

No

Victor

Dotres

State House

80

No

Luther

Dowe

State House

29

No

Gabriel

Garcia

State House

116

No

Mike

Giallombardo

State House

77

No

Fred

Hawkins

State House

42

No

Danny

Kushmer

State House

59

No

Steven

Linne

State House

6

No

Charles

Lynch

State House

78

No

Fiona

McFarland

State House

72

No

Silmo

Moura

State House

81

No

Stevan

Novakovic

State House

31

No

Matt

Nye

State House

52

No

Michael

Owen

State House

59

No

Rosa

Palomino

State House

112

No

Jenna

Persons

State House

78

No

Juan

Rodríguez

State House

29

No

Michelle

Salzman

State House

1

No

Gary

Scott

State House

42

No

Jeremy

Sisson

State House

47

No

John

Snyder

State House

82

No

Alexandria

Suarez

State House

120

No

Keith

Truenow

State House

31

No

Kaylee

Tuck

State House

55

No

Eileen

Vargas

State House

84

No

Mike

Beltran

State House

57

Yes

Chuck

Brannan

State House

10

Yes

Colleen

Burton

State House

40

Yes

Mike

Caruso

State House

89

Yes

Bob

Cortes

State House

30

Yes

Nick

DiCeglie

State House

66

Yes

Byron

Donalds

State House

80

Yes

Randall

Fine

State House

53

Yes

Tommy

Gregory

State House

73

Yes

Jim

Kallinger

State House

9

Yes

Chip

LaMarca

State House

93

Yes

Lydia

Maldonado

State House

90

Yes

Stan

McClain

State House

23

Yes

Toby

Overdorf

State House

83

Yes

Vincent

Parlatore

State House

101

Yes

Bobby

Payne

State House

19

Yes

Paul

Renner

State House

24

Yes

Spencer

Roach

State House

79

Yes

Will

Robinson

State House

71

Yes

Bob

Rommel

State House

106

Yes

Anthony

Sabatini

State House

32

Yes

Tyler

Sirois

State House

51

Yes

David

Smith

State House

28

Yes

Jennifer

Sullivan

State House

31

Yes

Matt

Tito

State House

68

Yes

Angel

Urbina

State House

62

Yes

Joshua

Adams

State Senate

11

No

Jennifer

Bradley

State Senate

5

No

Jason

Brodeur

State Senate

9

No

Tami

Donnally

State Senate

31

No

Ileana

Garcia

State Senate

37

No

Jason

Holifield

State Senate

5

No

Ana

Rodriguez

State Senate

39

No

Dennis

Baxley

State Senate

12

Yes

Jeff

Brandes

State Senate

24

Yes

Keith

Perry

State Senate

8

Yes

         

Wyoming

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Karl

Allred

State House

19

No

Taylor

Allred

State House

21

No

Joey

Correnti

State House

47

No

Christopher

Culross

State House

14

No

Bill

Fortner

State House

52

No

Jeremy

Haroldson

State House

4

No

Roxie

Hensley

State House

45

No

Camilla

Hicks

State House

6

No

Julie

McCallister

State House

47

No

Michael

Pedry

State House

38

No

Martin

Phillips

State House

3

No

Rachel

Rodriguez-Williams

State House

50

No

Nina

Webber

State House

24

No

Lyle

Williams

State House

18

No

Bill

Winney

State House

22

No

Chuck

Gray

State House

57

Yes

Mark

Jennings

State House

30

Yes

Dan

Laursen

State House

25

Yes

Tyler

Lindholm

State House

1

Yes

Clarence

Styvar

State House

12

Yes

Tim

French

State Senate

18

No

Ryan

Jackson

State Senate

28

No

Richard

Jones

State Senate

18

No

Craig

Malmstrom

State Senate

10

No

Tim

Salazar

State Senate

26

No

Linda

Weeks

State Senate

20

No

Dan

Young

State Senate

8

No

Bo

Biteman

State Senate

21

Yes

Jeff

Wasserburger

State Senate

23

Yes

 


ATR Releases List of 2020 TN State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020, 10:26 AM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Tennessee incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the August 6 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the August 6 primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following Tennessee candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Bill

Lee

Governor

 

Yes

Patti

Bounds

State House

16

No

Dennis

Bynum

State House

42

No

Diane

Canada

State House

56

No

Michele

Carringer

State House

16

No

Vincent

Cuevas

State House

92

No

Tandy

Darby

State House

76

No

Elaine

Davis

State House

13

No

Dennis

Doster

State House

1

No

Eddie

Mannis

State House

18

No

John

McMahan

State House

76

No

Lee

Mills

State House

99

No

Gina

Oster

State House

18

No

Patricia

Possel

State House

96

No

Bryan

Richey

State House

20

No

Todd

Warner

State House

92

No

Christine

Warrington

State House

79

No

Rush

Bricken

State House

47

Yes

David

Byrd

State House

71

Yes

Glen

Casada

State House

63

Yes

Scott

Cepicky

State House

64

Yes

Jeremy

Faison

State House

11

Yes

Bruce

Griffey

State House

75

Yes

Rusty

Grills

State House

77

Yes

Matthew

Hill

State House

7

Yes

Dan

Howell

State House

22

Yes

Bud

Hulsey

State House

2

Yes

Curtis

Johnson

State House

68

Yes

Kelly

Keisling

State House

38

Yes

Susan

Lynn

State House

57

Yes

Dennis

Powers

State House

36

Yes

Paul

Sherrell

State House

43

Yes

Mike

Sparks

State House

49

Yes

Terri

Weaver

State House

40

Yes

Ryan

Williams

State House

42

Yes

Casey

Hood

State Senate

24

No

Dr. Page

Walley

State Senate

26

No

Janice

Bowling

State Senate

16

Yes

Ed

Jackson

State Senate

27

Yes

Jack

Johnson

State Senate

23

Yes

Randy

McNally

State Senate

5

Yes

Kerry

Roberts

State Senate

25

Yes

Steve

Southerland

State Senate

1

Yes

John

Stevens

State Senate

24

Yes


ATR Releases List of 2020 AZ, KS, MI, MO, & WA State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Friday, July 31st, 2020, 10:44 AM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the August 4 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the August 4 primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Arizona

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Judy

Burges

State House

1

No

Neal

Carter

State House

8

No

Joseph

Chaplik

State House

23

No

Lisa

Godzich

State House

16

No

Jake

Hoffman

State House

12

No

Jana

Jackson

State House

28

No

Randy

Miller

State House

21

No

Quang

Nguyen

State House

1

No

David

Peelman

State House

7

No

Tatiana

Pena

State House

27

No

Justin

Wilmeth

State House

15

No

Leo

Biasiucci

State House

5

Yes

Walter

Blackman

State House

6

Yes

Frank

Carroll

State House

22

Yes

John

Fillmore

State House

16

Yes

Gail

Griffin

State House

14

Yes

John

Kavanagh

State House

23

Yes

Travis

Angry

State Senate

4

No

Nancy

Barto

State Senate

15

No

Ryan

Eldridge

State Senate

21

No

Alexander

Kolodin

State Senate

23

No

Warren

Petersen

State Senate

12

No

Wendy

Rogers

State Senate

6

No

Justine

Wadsack

State Senate

10

No

         

Kansas

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Brett

Fairchild

State House

113

No

Cathy

Gordon

State House

18

No

Lance

Gormley

State House

72

No

Robert

Herrick Jr.

State House

89

No

Steven

Howe

State House

71

No

Michael

Martin

State House

57

No

Michael

Murphy

State House

114

No

Patrick

Penn

State House

85

No

Mark

Powls

State House

5

No

Pat

Proctor

State House

41

No

Kristine

Sapp

State House

17

No

Mike

Webb

State House

93

No

Ken

Corbet

State House

54

Yes

Cheryl

Helmer

State House

79

Yes

Ron

Highland

State House

51

Yes

Steve

Huebert

State House

90

Yes

Brenda

Landwehr

State House

105

Yes

Stephen

Owens

State House

74

Yes

Craig

Bowser

State Senate

22

No

J.R.

Claeys

State Senate

24

No

Bryan

Pruitt

State Senate

22

No

Dr. Mark

Steffen

State Senate

34

No

Michael

Thompson

State Senate

10

Yes

Richard

Hilderbrand

State Senate

13

Yes

Robert

Olson

State Senate

23

Yes

Mike

Petersen

State Senate

28

Yes

Richard

Wilborn

State Senate

35

Yes

         

Michigan

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Emily

Bauman

State House

16

No

Andrew

Beeler

State House

83

No

Robert

Bezotte Jr.

State House

47

No

Jacquie

Blackwell

State House

79

No

Austin

Blaine

State House

56

No

Ken

Borton

State House

105

No

Steve

Carra

State House

59

No

Heather

Cerone

State House

104

No

Jack

Coleman

State House

59

No

Nevin

Cooper-Keel

State House

80

No

Sherri

Cross

State House

48

No

John

Damoose

State House

107

No

Michael

Del Percio

State House

92

No

Charlotte

DeMaet

State House

95

No

Jazmine

Early

State House

25

No

Christina

Fitchett-Hickson

State House

50

No

Lynne

Freiberger

State House

50

No

Tom

Graham

State House

61

No

Michelle

Gregoire

State House

62

No

Laurel

Hess

State House

21

No

Terry

Lamb

State House

107

No

Damon

Lieurance

State House

107

No

David

Martin

State House

48

No

Gary

Mitchell

State House

60

No

Arturo

Puckerin

State House

70

No

Robert

Regan

State House

73

No

William

Revoir

State House

24

No

Andrew

Sebolt

State House

100

No

Paul

Smith

State House

25

No

Andrew

Sosnoski

State House

41

No

Gary

Stefanko

State House

103

No

Adam

Stockford

State House

58

No

Christine

Timmon

State House

18

No

Kathy

Twardy

State House

107

No

Adam

Wiley

State House

25

No

Daren

Wiseley

State House

58

No

Doug

Zandstra

State House

76

No

Ryan

Berman

State House

39

Yes

Matthew

Hall

State House

63

Yes

Steven

Johnson

State House

72

Yes

Beau

LaFave

State House

108

Yes

Matt

Maddock

State House

44

Yes

Steve

Marino

State House

24

Yes

Brad

Paquette

State House

78

Yes

John

Reilly

State House

46

Yes

Rodney

Wakeman

State House

94

Yes

Jeff

Yaroch

State House

33

Yes

Peter

Lucido

State Senate

8

Yes

Jim

Runestad

State Senate

15

Yes

         

Missouri

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Rik

Combs

Governor

 

No

James

Neely

Governor

 

No

Mike

Parson

Governor

 

Yes

Mark

Bartley

State House

159

No

Jack

Bates

State House

143

No

Robert

Crump

State House

82

No

Frank

DeVenuto

State House

143

No

Timothy

Faber

State House

58

No

Tina

Goodrick

State House

9

No

Brant

Harber

State House

98

No

Ryan

Jones

State House

115

No

Larry

Kimbrow

State House

153

No

Duell

Lauderdale

State House

124

No

Deanette

Lemons

State House

12

No

Wally

Long

State House

157

No

Jeff

Parnell

State House

140

No

Woodrow

Polston

State House

40

No

Tom

Reed

State House

62

No

Thomas

Schultz

State House

40

No

Brian

Seitz

State House

156

No

Lisa

Thomas

State House

124

No

John

Webb

State House

56

No

Bryant

Wolfin

State House

116

No

Dottie

Bailey

State House

110

Yes

Ben

Baker

State House

160

Yes

Phil

Christofanelli

State House

105

Yes

Mary

Coleman

State House

97

Yes

David

Gregory

State House

96

Yes

Ron

Hicks

State House

102

Yes

Jim

Murphy

State House

94

Yes

Suzie

Pollock

State House

123

Yes

Louis

Riggs

State House

5

Yes

Nick

Schroer

State House

107

Yes

Dan

Stacy

State House

31

Yes

John

Wiemann

State House

103

Yes

Jason

Bean

State Senate

25

No

Rick

Brattin

State Senate

31

No

David

Cole

State Senate

29

No

Karla

Eslinger

State Senate

33

No

Eddy

Justice

State Senate

25

No

Mitchell

Kohlberg

State Senate

1

No

Holly

Rehder

State Senate

27

No

Kent

Scism

State Senate

3

No

Eric

Wulff

State Senate

23

No

Eric

Burlison

State Senate

20

Yes

Bill

Eigel

State Senate

23

Yes

Tony

Luetkemeyer

State Senate

34

Yes

Cindy

O'Laughlin

State Senate

18

Yes

Robert "Bob"

Onder

State Senate

2

Yes

Jeanie

Riddle

State Senate

10

Yes

         

Washington

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Phil Fortunato Governor   No

Peter

Abbarno

State House

20

No

Kevin

Ballard

State House

28

No

Bill

Bruch

State House

10

No

Ted

Cooke

State House

47

No

April

Ferguson

State House

23

No

Sue

Forde

State House

24

No

Daniel

Griffey

State House

35

Yes

Brad

Klippert

State House

8

Yes

Joel

Kretz

State House

7

Yes

Drew

MacEwen

State House

35

Yes

Bob

McCaslin Jr.

State House

4

Yes

Ed

Orcutt

State House

20

Yes

Luanne

Van Werven

State House

42

Yes

Jim

Walsh

State House

19

Yes

Connie

Beauvais

State Senate

24

No

Jeff

Wilson

State Senate

19

No

 


Cheers: Home Alcohol Delivery in Kentucky is here to Stay!

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Wednesday, July 15th, 2020, 11:19 AM PERMALINK

Home alcohol delivery has become one of the many new normals for Kentuckians and alcohol producers in recent months. The good news is, it’s here to stay with the enactment of Kentucky House Bill 415, which started out as a temporary deregulatory effort to soften the economic blow on the state’s spirits industry brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gov. Andy Beshear (D-Kentucky) let HB 415 become law on Wednesday, July 15 without his signature—making Kentucky the latest state to permit distillers, vintners, and brewers in and out of the state to ship alcohol directly to consumers. Under this new law, each adult customer can order up to 10 liters of distilled spirits, 10 cases of wine and 10 cases of malt beverages per month for home delivery.  

“[The new law is now] the model for direct-to-consumer spirits shipping in the country and provides a sound regulatory framework that ensures responsibility, the proper collection of taxes and provides enforcement tools necessary for compliance with all laws,” said Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distillers’ Association.

At the beginning of the year, as the National Conference of State Legislatures pointed out only five states—Hawaii, New Hampshire, Arizona, Florida, and Nebraska— as well as the District of Columbia allowed the direct shipment of spirits. And only eight states permitted the direct shipment of beer and wine: Delaware, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Montana, Ohio, Vermont, Oregon, and Virginia. The remaining states—minus Alabama, Oklahoma and Utah (where the direct shipment of alcohol to consumers is prohibited)—only condone the direct shipment of wine.

Enactment of HB 415 stands to benefit Kentucky distillers and Bluegrass State tourism in general. As highlighted on the Kentucky Distillers Association’s, 2020 Quick Shots: “[bourbon is already an] $8.6 billion signature industry in Kentucky, generating 20,100 jobs with an annual payroll of $1 billion.” The production of spirits and consumption of spirits also drums up a significant amount of state and local tax revenue: $235 million annually. The 2018 tax-assessed value of all bourbon barrels aging in the state is also pretty hefty, weighing in at a whopping $3 billion.

The industry has also become a huge tourist attraction in recent years. As the association’s one pager notes: “In 2018 the Kentucky Bourbon Trail attracted 1 million visits for the first time since it’s creation in 1999, and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour distilleries hosted 340,000 visits – another personal record. That’s a 370% increase in attendance over the last 10 years.”

Although the state’s tourism industry is bound to take a major hit due to Covid-19, allowing distillers to ship alcohol to a consumer’s home is a game changer for the alcohol industry. When tourists are able to embark on the bourbon trail again, they can have distillers ship their bottle of bourbon home—without having to worry about whether or not there is enough room in their bag, properly packing the bottle so that it does not break on their journey, etc.—and continue on their way.

It’s still too soon to tell how much revenue booze home delivery will generate for alcohol producers across the state and the state budget, but given the ever-growing popularity of spirits, odds are this deregulatory action is bound to raise a decent amount of revenue for both entities. As such, Kentucky lawmakers should do taxpayers a solid and tax take hikes off the table.

“Kentucky House Bill 415 is a great example of how lawmakers can raise revenue without raising taxes. I, one, encourage lawmakers across the nation to consider similar reforms in their state, rather than cave to pressure from the Left and hike taxes, and two, encourage Kentucky lawmakers to continue building on this momentum and find more ways to reform government than raise taxes,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.

Although, this de-regulatory action is a major victory for Kentucky alcohol manufacturers, customers, taxpayers, and even state lawmakers, there’s a bit of a holdup in administering the new law. Representative Adam Koenig, R-Erlanger, sponsor of House Bill 415, noted last week that the state still has to craft regulations to oversee the new law—which, unfortunately, may take some time due to Covid-19 restrictions. As such, you may not want to bring out your shot glasses to celebrate just yet.

However, this snag in the timeline is no reason to get bogged down. Kentucky has raised the bar in their treatment towards the alcohol industry and state lawmakers across the nation are beginning to take notice.

Americans for Tax Reform has compiled a list of policy recommendations for governors and lawmakers to consider when they convene for session/special session. Kentucky HB 415 is among one of the many policy recommendations to consider.


ATR Releases List of 2020 Maine State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Thursday, July 9th, 2020, 1:17 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Maine incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the July 14 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the July 14  primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Maine

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Kevin

Bushey

State House

151

No

Edward

Cohen

State House

109

No

Matt

Digioia

State House

97

No

Michael

Dougherty

State House

33

No

Jeffery

Gifford

State House

142

No

Peter

Lewis

State House

55

No

Richard

Pickett

State House

116

No

Brian

Redmond

State House

148

No

Kenneth

Sener

State House

52

No

Joseph

Underwood

State House

147

No

Bruce

Bickford

State House

63

Yes

Richard

Cebra

State House

68

Yes

William

Faulkingham

State House

136

Yes

Chris

Johansen

State House

145

Yes

H. Sawin

Millett, Jr.

State House

71

Yes

Joshua

Morris

State House

75

Yes

Beth

O'Connor

State House

5

Yes

Heidi

Sampson

State House

21

Yes

Joel

Stetkis

State House

105

Yes

Lawrence

Lockman

State Senate

8

No

Harold

Stewart

State Senate

2

No

 

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Big News out of Missouri: Gov. Parson Signs No New Tax Pledge and Reduces Barriers to Employment

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Wednesday, July 8th, 2020, 7:56 PM PERMALINK

Missouri just became an even more attractive place for hardworking taxpayers to earn a living and prosper thanks to two recent actions by Governor Mike Parson (R-Missouri).  

Governor Parson made it easier for Missourians and out of state workers on the job hunt to work in the Show-Me State on Monday by enacting House Bill 2046, legislation that eliminates barriers to employment for out-of-state occupational license holders as well as prohibits occupational licensing boards from discriminating against non-violent offenders.

In addition to tearing down barriers to employment, Governor Parson has also made clear that Missouri residents don’t have to worry about tax hikes. Governor Parson has done so by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. In making this written commitment to Missouri voters, Governor Parson has promised that he will “oppose and veto any and all efforts to increase taxes” while in office. Governor Parson wisely recognizes the last thing Missourians need right now is for lawmakers to dig even deeper into their pockets and harm economic growth via job-killing tax hikes.

“With taxpayers facing the economic uncertainty brought on by coronavirus, it is important as ever that we have leaders like Parson in the governor’s mansion who have committed in writing to safeguard taxpayers from the Left’s opportunistic tax hikes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “I want to congratulate Gov. Parson for making this principled commitment to individuals, families, and employers across Missouri.”

Americans for Tax Reform asks all candidates for state and federal office to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. In the 116th Congress, 48 U.S. Senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives are pledge signers. Pledge signers include Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise. Joining them in signing the Pledge are 12 sitting governors and nearly 1,000 state legislators across the country.

Gov. Parson is one of the 12 incumbent governors and was the first Republican party gubernatorial candidate in Missouri to have signed the Pledge—followed by Representative James Neely. These two candidates are the only Republican candidates running for Missouri governor this year to have made a written commitment to families and businesses that they will hold the line against higher taxes. ATR will continue to follow this race closely and will provide additional updates as more candidates sign the Pledge.

 

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ATR Releases List of 2020 Colorado, Oklahoma, and Utah State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Monday, June 29th, 2020, 11:30 AM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Colorado, Oklahoma, and Utah incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the June 30 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the June 30  primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Colorado

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Jonathan

Ambler

State House

46

No

Dustin

Bishop

State House

36

No

Anthony

Caputo

State House

32

No

Justin

Everett

State House

22

No

Ron

Hanks

State House

60

No

Stephanie

Luck

State House

47

No

Mike

Lynch

State House

49

No

Patricia

Miller

State House

63

No

Grady

Nouis

State House

48

No

Ron

Parker

State House

47

No

Corey

Seulean

State House

63

No

Logan

Taggart

State House

62

No

Tonya

Van Beber

State House

48

No

Dan

Woog

State House

63

No

Mark

Baisley

State House

39

Yes

Rod

Bockenfeld

State House

56

Yes

Colin

Larson

State House

22

Yes

Kim

Ransom

State House

44

Yes

Shane

Sandridge

State House

14

Yes

Kevin

Van Winkle

State House

43

Yes

Dave

Williams

State House

15

Yes

Debra

Irvine

State Senate

8

No

Barbara

Kirkmeyer

State Senate

23

No

Larry

Liston

State Senate

10

No

Rupert

Parchment

State Senate

23

No

Bob

Roth

State Senate

26

No

Doug

Townsend

State Senate

31

No

         

Oklahoma

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Margie

Alfonso

State House

79

No

Franklin

Cromack

State House

94

No

Eric

Ensley

State House

1

No

Robert

Johns

State House

62

No

Robert

McMaster

State House

83

No

Shannon

Rowell

State House

17

No

Angela

Strohm

State House

69

No

Kate

Stromlund

State House

30

No

Kenny

Tapp

State House

61

No

Chris

Kannady

State House

91

Yes

Dustin

Roberts

State House

21

Yes

Sean

Roberts

State House

36

Yes

Kevin

West

State House

54

Yes

Warren

Hamilton

State Senate

7

No

Kaity

Keith

State Senate

43

No

Kevin

Woody

State Senate

7

No

Nathan

Dahm

State Senate

33

Yes

Kim

David

State Senate

18

Yes

         

Utah

       

First Name

Last Name

Office

District Number

Incumbent

Sean

Reyes

Attorney General

 

Yes

Kyle

Bird

State House

44

No

Maryann

Christensen

State House

37

No

Matt

Macpherson

State House

31

No

Michael

Petersen

State House

3

No

Jordan

Teuscher

State House

42

No

Steve

Christiansen

State House

47

Yes

Karianne

Lisonbee

State House

14

Yes

Karen

Hyatt

State Senate

6

No

John

Johnson

State Senate

19

No

Curtis

Bramble

State Senate

16

Yes

David

Hinkins

State Senate

27

Yes

 


ATR Releases List of 2020 KY & NY State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Miriam Roff on Thursday, June 18th, 2020, 12:02 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the Kentucky and New York incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the June 23 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.”

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the June 23 primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge

The following candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge:

Kentucky         
First Name Last Name Office District Number Incumbent
Michael Adams Secretary of State   Yes
Josh Bray State House 71 No
Paul Ham State House 26 No
William Lawrence State House 70 No
Matt Lockett State House 39 No
Tim Miller State House 22 No
Monteia Mundy State House 88 No
Felicia Rabourn State House 47 No
Donald Thrasher State House 50 No
Aaron Yates State House 88 No
Lynn Bechler State House 4 Yes
Kevin Bratcher State House 29 Yes
Joseph Fischer State House 68 Yes
Deanna Frazier State House 81 Yes
Jim Gooch State House 12 Yes
Kim King State House 55 Yes
Norma Kirk-McCormick State House 93 Yes
David Meade State House 80 Yes
Jerry T.  Miller State House 36 Yes
Jason Nemes State House 33 Yes
Brandon Reed State House 24 Yes
G. Hunt Rounsavall State House 32 Yes
Ken Upchurch State House 52 Yes
Russell Webber State House 26 Yes
Larry Nichols State Senate 15 No
Tom Buford State Senate 22 Yes
C.B. Embry State Senate 6 Yes
Rick Girdler State Senate 15 Yes
Stephen Meredith State Senate 5 Yes
Julie Raque Adams State Senate 36 Yes
Mike Wilson State Senate 32 Yes
George Wise State Senate 16 Yes
         
New York         
First Name Last Name Office District Number Incumbent
RC Ike State House 124 No
Dean Michael State House 106 No
John-Alexander Sakelos State House 26 No
Peter Vazquez State House 138 No
Karl Brabenec State House 98 Yes
Keith Brown State House 12 Yes
Joseph DeStefano State House 3 Yes
David DiPietro State House 147 Yes
Melissa Miller State House 20 Yes
Fred Thiele Jr. State House 1 Yes
William Weber State Senate 38 No
Robert  Ortt State Senate 62 Yes

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