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Daniel Ortiz's Voting Records

Office: State House (AK) - District 36, Non-Affiliated

Alaska Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 6, 2016 HB 247 Amends Oil and Gas Tax Credit System Conference Report Adopted - House
(21 - 19)
May 13, 2016 HB 247 Amends Oil and Gas Tax Credit System Bill Passed - House
(25 - 12)
May 11, 2016 SB 91 Amends Criminal Justice System Bill Passed - House
(28 - 10)
May 5, 2016 HB 156 Amends Certain Public Education Regulations Conference Report Adopted - House
(21 - 18)
April 7, 2016 HB 222 Limits Governor's Ability to Accept Federal Funds Bill Passed - House
(26 - 13)
March 10, 2016 HB 256 2017 Budget Bill Passed - House
(24 - 14)
April 15, 2015 HB 176 Repeals Salary Increase for Certain State Employees Bill Passed - House
(21 - 19)
April 8, 2015 HB 158 Establishes Refined Fuel Surcharge Bill Passed - House
(21 - 19)
April 1, 2015 SB 64 Amends School Bond Debt Reimbursement Bill Passed - House
(23 - 15)
March 23, 2015 HB 132 Prohibits Alaska Gasline Development Corporation Participation in Certain Projects Bill Passed - House
(24 - 14)
Did Not Vote
March 12, 2015 HB 72 2015-2016 Budget Bill Passed - House
(25 - 14)
Feb. 23, 2015 HCR 2 Establishes Alaska School Choice Week Joint Resolution Passed - House
(21 - 14)

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