Sen. Cary Smith
Representing SD 27
Smith previously served in the House in 2013, 2011, and 2009, as well as the Senate in 2019, 2017, and 2015.
SD 27 election results
Last in-cycle for Senate election in 2018. House seats are elected every two years, Senate seats every four.
General election vote, 2018
Won by 36% (4,611 votes)
Party primary vote, 2018
Governor vote in district, 2020
Won by 33% (5,475 votes)
Of 1,905 Senate floor votes involving bills:
86%With majority of Senate lawmakers
92%With majority of GOP caucus
53%With majority of Dem. caucus
Smith has been absent or excused for 0 votes.
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|SJ 1: Senate Joint Resolution on the joint rules|
|SR 1: Senate Resolution on the Senate rules|
|SR 97: Senate resolution authorizing intervention in SB 140 legal proceedings|
|SB 99: Establish parameters for K-12 human sexuality education|
|SB 100: Provide for the welfare fraud prevention act|
|SB 101: Provide for the direct patient care safe harbor act|
Allows healthcare providers to negotiate payment agreements directly with patients
|SB 251: Generally revise civil liability laws relating to damages|
|SB 374: Revise laws related to dispensing of drugs by medical practitioners|
Allows medical providers to dispense drugs to patients
|SB 402: Generally revise laws related to the judiciary|
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