The Vote Breakdown
October 23rd, 2008

Below if a list of who voted how for both the mayor’s bill and the Brewer-Gerson-Yassky amendment. The first vote listed is on the amendment. The second is on the bill.

Mayor’s Bill – approved, 29 to 22
Amendment – defeated, 28 to 22, one abstention

Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. – yes, no
Maria del Carmen Arroyo – no, yes
Tony Avella -yes, no
Maria Baez – no, yes
Charles Barron – yes, no
Gale A. Brewer – yes, no
Anthony Como – no, no
Leroy G. Comrie, Jr. – no, yes
Bill de Blasio – yes, no

Inez E. Dickens – no, yes
Erik Martin Dilan – no, yes
Mathieu Eugene – yes, no
Simcha Felder – no, yes
Lewis A. Fidler – no, yes
Helen D. Foster – no, yes
Daniel R. Garodnick – yes, no
James F. Gennaro – yes, no
Vincent J. Gentile – yes, no
Alan J. Gerson – yes, yes
Eric N. Gioia – yes, no
Sara M. Gonzalez – no, yes
Vincent Ignizio – yes, no
Robert Jackson – no, yes
Letitia James – yes, no
Melinda R. Katz – no, yes
G. Oliver Koppell – no, yes
Jessica S. Lappin – no, no
John C. Liu – yes, no
Melissa Mark-Viverito – yes, no
Miguel Martinez – no, yes
Michael E. McMahon – yes, no
Darlene Mealy – no, yes
Rosie Mendez – yes, no
Hiram Monserrate – yes, no
Michael C. Nelson – no, yes
James S. Oddo – yes, no
Annabel Palma – yes, no
Christine C. Quinn – no, yes
Domenic M. Recchia, Jr. – no, yes
Diana Reyna – no, yes
Joel Rivera – no, yes
James Sanders, Jr. – abstain, yes
Larry B. Seabrook -no, yes
Helen Sears – no, yes
Kendall Stewart – no, yes
James Vacca – no, yes
Peter F. Vallone, Jr. – no, yes
Albert Vann – no, yes
David I. Weprin – yes, no
Thomas White, Jr. – no, yes
David Yassky – yes, yes

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    October 24th, 2008 at 10:09 am

    Its sad to see the democratic subverted in the name of crisis management.

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