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Key Votes

Albert Hale's Voting Records on Issue: Immigration

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

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 21, 2014 HB 2462 Authorizes the State to Create a Virtual Border Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(35 - 20)
April 18, 2011 SB 1406 Interstate Compact to Build a Border Fence Bill Passed - House
(40 - 19)
April 11, 2011 HB 2191 Punitive Damage Awards Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(41 - 17)
April 19, 2010 SB 1070 Expanding Undocumented Immigration Enforcement Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(17 - 11)
Did Not Vote
Feb. 15, 2010 SB 1070 Expanding Undocumented Immigration Enforcement Bill Passed - Senate
(17 - 13)
April 28, 2008 HB 2745 Amending Undocumented Immigrant Employment Sanctions Bill Passed - Senate
(22 - 4)
April 23, 2008 HB 2359 County Sheriff and Border Patrol Collaboration Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 10)
April 10, 2008 SB 1096 English Language Education Funding Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(16 - 14)
June 20, 2007 HB 2779 Employment of Undocumented Immigrants Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(20 - 4)
May 23, 2007 HB 2779 Employment of Undocumented Immigrants Bill Passed - Senate
(23 - 4)
Did Not Vote
May 2, 2007 SB 1132 Volunteer Homeland Security Force Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(18 - 11)
April 24, 2007 HB 2589 Labor Solicitation and Criminal Trespass Bill Passed - Senate
(17 - 13)
March 8, 2007 SB 1132 Volunteer Homeland Security Force Bill Passed - Senate
(20 - 8)
Did Not Vote
May 25, 2006 HB 2577 Immigration Law; Employment; Enforcement Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(16 - 9)
May 16, 2006 HB 2577 Immigration Law; Employment; Enforcement Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 7)
Did Not Vote
March 6, 2006 SB 1273 Border Radar Lease Appropriation Bill Passed - Senate
(23 - 6)
March 2, 2006 HB 2064 English Language Learners Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(16 - 13)
Jan. 24, 2006 HB 2002 English Language Learners; Structured English Immersion Models; Budget Requests Bill Passed - Senate
(16 - 14)

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