Senator Michael 'Mike' Andrew Delph's Voting Records

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Biographical

Full Name: Michael 'Mike' Andrew Delph
Current Office: State Senate - District 29, Republican
First Elected: 12/2005
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State Senate - District 29
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary May 6, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Beth; 5 Children: Abigail, Evelyn, Anna, Emma, Lillian
Birth Date: 01/12/1970
Birth Place: Indianapolis, IN
Home City: Carmel, IN
Religion: Catholic
Issue Category

10 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
1/12/10 SB 23 Unemployment Tax Law Amendments
Bill Passed - Senate (33 - 17)
Yea
1/12/10 SJR 1 Constitutional Property Tax Cap
Joint Resolution Passed - Senate (35 - 15)
Yea
6/30/09 HB 1001 2010 Budget Bill
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (34 - 16)
Nay
4/15/09 HB 1604 Authorizing Local Tax Increases to Fund Sports and Convention Facilities
Bill Passed - Senate (33 - 17)
Nay
4/15/09 HB 1607 West Lake Commuter Rail Project
Bill Passed - Senate (43 - 7)
Nay
3/24/09 HB 1379 Unemployment Benefit Amendments
Bill Passed - Senate (30 - 20)
Nay
2/24/09 SB 512 Eliminating Township Boards in Counties Without a Consolidated City
Bill Passed - Senate (28 - 22)
Yea
2/09/09 SJR 1 Constitutional Property Tax Cap
Joint Resolution Passed - Senate (34 - 16)
Yea
3/14/08 HB 1001 Property Tax Reduction
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (41 - 6)
Yea
3/14/08 SJR 1 Constitutional Property Tax Cap
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (40 - 7)
Yea
2/26/08 HB 1001 Property Tax Reduction
Bill Passed - Senate (33 - 14)
Yea
2/25/08 Amnd. 17 Elimination of Township Assessors
Amendment Rejected - Senate (23 - 23)
Yea
2/25/08 Amnd. 19 Referendum on Township Assessors
Amendment Rejected - Senate (24 - 20)
Yea
1/29/08 SB 16 Change in Township Assessment
Bill Passed - Senate (29 - 18)
Did Not Vote
1/29/08 SJR 1 Constitutional Property Tax Cap
Joint Resolution Passed - Senate (41 - 7)
Yea
1/22/08 SB 18 Allowing Referendum on Public Construction Projects
Bill Passed - Senate (31 - 16)
Yea
4/29/07 HB 1001 Operating Budget
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (41 - 9)
Nay
4/29/07 HB 1678 Employer Health Insurance Plans
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (37 - 13)
Nay
4/29/07 HB 1835 Slot Machines at Race Tracks
Conference Report Adopted - Senate (33 - 17)
Nay
4/11/07 HB 1001 Operating Budget
Bill Passed - Senate (36 - 13)
Yea
4/11/07 HB 1478 Property Tax Reduction
Bill Passed - Senate (44 - 5)
Yea
4/11/07 HB 1510 Charity Gambling and Illegal Gambling Enforcement
Bill Passed - Senate (38 - 11)
Yea
3/29/07 HB 1835 Slot Machines at Race Tracks
Bill Passed - Senate (27 - 21)
Nay
2/27/07 SB 401 Legislator Salary Adjustment
Bill Passed - Senate (39 - 9)
Nay

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