How They Voted On SB 122

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SB 122 failed on a 10-24 vote Tuesday in the South Dakota Senate. Republican Senator Lance Russell sought to prohibit firearms restrictions on state Board of Regents and state Board of Technical Education campuses.

Yes — Lynne DiSanto, R-Box Elder. Brock Greenfield, R-Clark. Phil Jensen, R-Rapid City. Ryan Maher, R-Isabel. Jeff Monroe, R-Pierre. Stace Nelson, R-Fulton. Ernie Otten, R-Tea. Lance Russell, R-Hot Springs. Jim Stalzer, R-Sioux Falls. Margaret Sutton, R-Sioux Falls.

No — Rocky Blare, R-Ideal. Jim Bolin, R-Canton. Gary Cammack, R-Union Center. Justin Cronin, R-Gettysburg. Blake Curd, R-Sioux Falls. Bob Ewing, R-Spearfish. Red Dawn Foster, D-Pine Ridge. Troy Heinert, D-Mission. Craig Kennedy, D-Yankton. Joshua Klumb, R-Mount Vernon. Jack Kolbeck, R-Sioux Falls. Kris Langer, R-Dell Rapids. Reynold Nesiba, D-Sioux Falls. Al Novstrup, R-Aberdeen. Art Rusch, R-Vermillion. Lee Schoenbeck, R-Watertown. V.J. Smith, R-Brookings. Deb Soholt, R-Sioux Falls. Alan Solano, R-Rapid City. Wayne Steinhauer, R-Hartford. Jim White, R-Huron. John Wiik, R-Big Stone City. Susan Wismer, D-Britton. Jason Youngberg, R-Madison.

Excused — Jeff Partridge, R-Rapid City.

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