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How can I find out how my state representative and/or senator voted on a bill?

Last Updated: Sep 26, 2017  |  2 Views
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Go to the South Carolina Legislature Online website and click on the Legislation link on the left.  Under Roll Call Votes, click on House and Senate Vote History.  You can search the current or prior legislative session for either the House or Senate.  Click on the Vote # next to the desired bill to see the votes.  If you don't know the number of the bill, click on the Quick Search link to the left and search by key words.

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