Representative Albert Hale's Voting Records

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Biographical

Full Name: Albert Hale
Current Office: State House - District 7, Democratic
First Elected: 2004
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Won, Democratic for State House - District 7
Primary Aug. 26, 2014
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Ganado AZ
Home City: Saint Michaels, AZ
Issue Category

11 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
4/23/14 HB 2262 Establishes Regulatory Framework for Rideshare Companies
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (31 - 22)
Yea
4/08/13 SB 1439 Authorizes the Use of Gold and Silver as Legal Tender
Bill Passed - House (36 - 22)
Nay
2/21/13 HB 2147 Requires Individuals Seeking Unemployment Benefits to Provide Proof of Eligibility
Bill Passed - House (36 - 23)
Nay
5/03/12 HB 2815 Establishes Tax Credits for Certain Businesses
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (39 - 16)
Nay
4/09/12 HB 2199 Authorizes Confidential Environmental Audits by Businesses
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (39 - 15)
Did Not Vote
3/01/12 HB 2815 Establishes Tax Credits for Certain Businesses
Bill Passed - House (39 - 18)
Nay
4/13/11 SB 1593 Authorizing Out-of-State Insurance Policies in Arizona
Bill Passed - House (37 - 21)
Nay
2/16/11 HB 2001 Tax Reductions for Businesses
Bill Passed - House (39 - 21)
Nay
4/20/10 HB 2246 Fireworks Deregulation
Bill Passed - Senate (21 - 7)
Did Not Vote
6/16/09 SB 1113 Handguns in Restaurants
Bill Passed - Senate (18 - 10)
Did Not Vote
6/23/08 HB 2156 Reviews for Potential Railroad Sites
Bill Passed - Senate (18 - 6)
Did Not Vote
6/16/08 HB 2485 Public Sale of Animals
Bill Failed - Senate (12 - 12)
Did Not Vote
4/28/08 HB 2745 Amending Undocumented Immigrant Employment Sanctions
Bill Passed - Senate (22 - 4)
Yea
4/21/08 HB 2395 Driving and Boating Under the Influence
Bill Passed - Senate (23 - 6)
Yea
4/08/08 HB 2220 Repealing the State Equalization Property Tax
Bill Passed - Senate (16 - 13)
Nay
4/03/08 SB 1132 Allowing Pistols in Restaurants
Bill Passed - Senate (18 - 10)
Nay
3/20/08 SB 1420 Public Highway Authorities
Bill Passed - Senate (19 - 9)
Yea
3/20/08 SB 1450 Theme Park Funding
Bill Passed - Senate (17 - 11)
Yea
3/20/08 SB 1465 Public-Private Transportation Projects
Bill Failed - Senate (13 - 15)
Nay
3/18/08 SB 1389 Healthcare Group Amendments
Bill Passed - Senate (21 - 9)
Yea
6/20/07 HB 2779 Employment of Undocumented Immigrants
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (20 - 4)
Yea
6/19/07 SB 1552 Air Pollution Control
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (23 - 3)
Did Not Vote
5/23/07 HB 2779 Employment of Undocumented Immigrants
Bill Passed - Senate (23 - 4)
Did Not Vote
5/25/06 HB 2577 Immigration Law; Employment; Enforcement
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (16 - 9)
Nay

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