- Associated Press - Monday, February 9, 2015

The 58-40 roll call Monday by which the Indiana House voted to approve a bill under which state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz would no longer automatically chair the State Board of Education.

Voting yes were 58 Republicans and 0 Democrats.

Voting no were 28 Democrats and 12 Republicans.

REPUBLICANS YES

Aylesworth, Bacon, Baird, Behning, Borders, Bosma, Tim Brown, Burton, Carbaugh, Cherry, Clere, Cook, Cox, Culver, DeVon, Eberhart, Fine, Friend, Frizzell, Frye, Gutwein, Hamm, Heaton, Huston, Karickhoff, Kirchhofer, Lehe, Lehman, Leonard, Lucas, Mayfield, McMillin, McNamara, Miller, Morrison, Negele, Ober, Olthoff, Price, Rhoads, Richardson, Schaibley, Slager, Smaltz, Milo Smith, Soliday, Speedy, Steuerwald, Sullivan, Thompson, Torr, Ubelhor, VanNatter, Washburne, Wesco, Wolkins, Zent, Ziemke

REPUBLICANS NO

Arnold, Beumer, Braun, Davisson, Dermody, Harman, Judy, Koch, Mahan, Nisly, Saunders, Truitt

DEMOCRATS NO

Austin, Bartlett, Bauer, Charlie Brown, DeLaney, Dvorak, Errington, Forestal, GiaQuinta, Hale, Harris, Kersey, Klinker, Lawson, Macer, Moed, Moseley, Niezgodski, Pelath, Pierce, Porter, Pryor, Riecken, Shackleford, Vernon Smith, Stemler, Summers, Wright

NOT VOTING

Republican: Morris; Democrat: Goodin

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