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Rick Ladd, Jr.'s Voting Records

Office: State House (NH) - Grafton 4, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State House - Grafton 4

New Hampshire Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Feb. 20, 2013 HB 370 Repeals the Education Tax Credit Program Bill Passed - House
(188 - 151)
Nay
Feb. 6, 2013 CACR1 Requires Three-Fifths Majority for Tax Increases "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(206 - 149)
Nay
June 6, 2012 HB 1490 Authorizes New Hamshire to Leave the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Conference Report Adopted - House
(211 - 74)
Yea
June 9, 2010 Amdt 2390 Eliminating Tobacco Tax Increase Amendment Rejected - House
(152 - 194)
Yea
June 9, 2010 Amdt 2408 Insurance Premium Amendments Amendment Rejected - House
(130 - 220)
Nay
June 9, 2010 SSHB 1 Budget Financing Bill Passed - House
(177 - 167)
Nay
May 12, 2010 SB 450 General Fund Reductions and Tax and Revenue Changes Bill Passed - House
(182 - 173)
Nay
April 21, 2010 SB 489 Gambling Expansion "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(212 - 158)
Yea
March 24, 2010 Amdt 1078 Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Reductions Amendment Tabled - House
(212 - 151)
Nay
March 18, 2010 HB 1335 Authorizing Localities to Reduce Interest Rates on Unpaid Property Taxes Bill Passed - House
(195 - 136)
Nay
Feb. 3, 2010 HB 1128 Repealing Meal and Room Tax Distribution Requirement Bill Passed - House
(189 - 169)
Yea
Feb. 3, 2010 HB 1274 Restoring Revenue Sharing for Cities and Towns "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(191 - 172)
Nay
June 24, 2009 HB 1 2009-2011 Biennium Budget Conference Report Adopted - House
(202 - 183)
Nay
April 9, 2009 HB 2 Tax Law Amendments Bill Passed - House
(182 - 165)
Nay
April 8, 2009 HB 1 2009-2011 Biennium Budget Bill Passed - House
(193 - 174)
Nay
March 4, 2009 HB 644 Gasoline Tax Increase Bill Passed - House
(190 - 162)
Yea
Feb. 4, 2009 HB 30 Fiscal Year 2009 Budget Reductions Bill Passed - House
(321 - 54)
Yea

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