Sen. Mark Blasdel
Statistics calculated for second reading floor votes only. The majority vote percentage figure indicates how often the lawmaker has voted with at least half their fellow lawmakers in both parties. Party vote statistics indicate how often the lawmaker has voted with a majority of members in that party's caucus.
Votes here represent second readings. Some bills are subject to multiple rounds of votes in a given chamber, e.g., an initial "do pass" vote in the House and then a "do concur" on a version of the bill with Senate amendments. All second reading votes are included in statistics, but only the final chamber vote on a bill is shown in the list below.
Note: Coloring in the vote outcome column does not currently account for votes that require more than a simple majority to pass. Putting a constitutional amendment before voters, for example, takes approval from two-thirds of lawmakers across both houses. Additionally, bills that authorize state debt must pass with two-thirds supermajorities in each legislative chamber.