- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 8, 2015

The 24-9 roll call Wednesday by which the Missouri Senate voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a local elections bill that, among other things, would bar former superintendents from serving on school boards in the districts where they had worked. A veto override requires 23 votes in the Senate.

Voting “yes” were 23 Republicans and one Democrat.

Voting “no” were one Republican and eight Democrats.

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

Dan Brown, Rolla

Mike Cunningham, Rogersville

Tom Dempsey, St. Charles

Bob Dixon, Springfield

Dan Hegeman, Cosby

Mike Kehoe, Jefferson City

Doug Libla, Poplar Bluff

Brian Munzlinger, Williamstown

Bob Onder, Lake St. Louis

Mike Parson, Bolivar

David Pearce, Warrensburg

Ron Richard, Joplin

Jeanie Riddle, Mokane

Gary Romine, Farmington

David Sater, Cassville

Rob Schaaf, St. Joseph

Kurt Schaefer, Columbia

Dave Schatz, Sullivan

Eric Schmitt, Glendale

Ryan Silvey, Kansas City

Wayne Wallingford, Cape Girardeau

Jay Wasson, Nixa

Paul Wieland, Imperial

DEMOCRAT VOTING YES

Paul LeVota, Independence

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

Ed Emery, Lamar

DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

Maria Chappelle-Nadal, St. Louis

Kiki Curls, Kansas City

Jason Holsman, Kansas City

Joe Keaveny, St. Louis

Jamilah Nasheed, St. Louis

Jill Schupp, Creve Coeur

Scott Sifton, St. Louis

Gina Walsh, St. Louis

REPUBLICAN NOT VOTING

Will Kraus, Lee’s Summit

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