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John Kasich's Voting Records on Issue: K-12 Education

Office: Governor (OH), Republican

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Oct. 21, 1999 HR 2 Education Funding for Disadvantaged Students-Passage Bill Passed - House
(358 - 67)
Yea
Oct. 21, 1999 HR 2300 Academic Achievement for All Act Bill Passed - House
(213 - 208)
Yea
July 20, 1999 HR 1995 Teacher Empowerment Act Bill Passed - House
(239 - 185)
Yea
April 21, 1999 HR 800 Education Flexibility Partnership Act of 1999 Conference Report Adopted - House
(368 - 57)
Yea
March 11, 1999 H Amdt 22 High Needs District Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(195 - 223)
Nay
March 11, 1999 HR 800 Education Flexibility Partnership Act of 1999 Bill Passed - House
(330 - 90)
Yea
Aug. 6, 1998 H Amdt 874 Low Income Educational Scholarship Amendment Amendment Adopted - House
(214 - 208)
Yea
June 18, 1998 HR 2646 Education Savings Accounts bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(225 - 197)
Yea
April 30, 1998 S 1502 Washington, D.C. School Vouchers bill Bill Passed - House
(214 - 206)
Yea
Feb. 5, 1998 HR 2846 National Student Testing bill Bill Passed - House
(242 - 174)
Yea
Nov. 4, 1997 HR 2746 HELP Scholarships bill Bill Failed - House
(191 - 228)
Yea
Oct. 23, 1997 HR 2646 Education Savings Accounts bill Bill Passed - House
(230 - 198)
Yea
March 20, 1996 H Amdt 969 Denying Public Education to Undocumented Immigrants Amendment Adopted - House
(257 - 163)
Yea
March 24, 1994 H Amdt 491 Homosexuality Education Amendment Amendment Adopted - House
(224 - 194)
Nay
March 24, 1994 H Amdt 497 Funding and Programs Substitute Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(173 - 245)
Yea
March 23, 1994 HR 1804 Goals 2000: Educate America Act Conference Report Adopted - House
(306 - 121)
Nay
March 22, 1994 H Amdt 488 Optional Abstinence Emphasis Amendment Amendment Adopted - House
(262 - 166)
Nay
March 9, 1994 H Amdt 462 Tobacco Education Amendment Amendment Adopted - House
(353 - 70)
Yea
Oct. 13, 1993 HR 1804 Goals 2000: Educate America Act Bill Passed - House
(307 - 118)
Nay
Oct. 7, 1993 HR 2518 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(311 - 115)
Yea
June 30, 1993 HR 2518 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill Bill Passed - House
(305 - 124)
Yea

Executive Actions

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 12, 2014 HB 171 Authorizes Off-Campus Religious Courses for High School Credit Signed - Executive
Sign
June 25, 2012 SB 316 Amends Education Provisions Signed - Executive
Sign

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