Roll Call Votes on Giving Illegal Aliens Drivers Licenses

You can read who voted how below:

The Illinois House roll call on allowing those in the country illegally to obtain drivers licenses.

The Illinois House roll call on allowing those in the country illegally to obtain drivers licenses.

Locally, Jack Franks voted in favor. Tim Schmitz and Dave McSweeney voted, “No,” while Mike Tryon was not on the floor, “excused” for some reason.

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The way Illinois State Senators voted on giving drivers licenses to illegal aliens

In the State Senate, Dan Duffy and Chris Lauzen voted against Senate Bill 957, while Pam Althoff did not vote.


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Roll Call Votes on Giving Illegal Aliens Drivers Licenses — 5 Comments

  1. The senate vote last month is inconsequential, since it passed there with a supermajority, and the few Republican crossovers (Dillard, Brady, Millner, Radogno, Pankau and Sandack) would not have made a difference in passage. I will remember Dillard’s and Brady’s votes if those 2 do run for governor next year.

    The House is where the Republicans’ votes helped pass this bill. Glad to see local legislators like McSweeney and Schmitz as “no” votes. Little disappointed Tryon was not on the floor (hope his excuse for not voting was his radio show appearance with Allen Skillicorn which took place around 3:15-3:30PM. Not that Tryon’s vote would have made a difference, except the fact he didn’t cast it.

    As usual, Tom Cross has sold out the Republican platform.

    At least we can take a little comfort that gay marriage did not pass in the lame duck session.

  2. If Dan Proft makes another run for State office, remember he too supported this illegal law.

  3. Making sure you’re not on the floor is as gutless as “NV” not voting.

  4. Best takeaway ever … illegal law … lawmaking …

    I love the trolls here on Cal’s Corner!

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