Who Voted Against the Iowa Tuition Grant

On May 17, the Iowa House of Representatives  defeated Amendment H-1360, which proposed to scoop $3 million from the Iowa Tuition Grant. The amendment was sponsored by Representative Bob Kressig (D-Cedar Falls) and 11 other Democrat House members. The amendment failed on a bi-partisan vote 29-69. Two Representatives were absent, Finkenauer (D-Dubuque) and Forristall (R-Macedonia).

Those voting Aye (in favor of scooping ITG funds)

Abdul-Samad (D-Des Moines)

Anderson, co-sponsor (D-Des Moines)

Baxter (R-Garner)

Bearinger (D-Oelwein)

Bennett (D-Cedar Rapids)

Breckenridge (D-Newton)

Brown-Powers, co-sponsor (D-Waterloo)

Gaines, co-sponsor (D-Des Moines)

Gaskill (D-Ottumwa)

Hanson (D-Fairfield)

Heddens (D-Ames)

Hunter, co-sponsor (D-Des Moines)

Isenhart (D-Dubuque)

Jacoby, co-sponsor (D-Coralville)

Kearns (D-Keokuk)

Kressig, sponsor (D-Cedar Falls)

Kurth, co-sponsor (D-Davenport)

Lensing (D-Iowa City)

Mascher (D-Iowa City)

McConkey, co-sponsor (D-Council Bluffs)

Meyer (D-Des Moines)

Nielsen, co-sponsor (D-North Liberty)

Rogers (R-Cedar Falls)

Running-Marquardt, co-sponsor (D-Cedar Rapids)

Smith, R. (D-Waterloo)

Steckman (D-Mason City)

Wessel-Kroeschell (D-Ames)

Winckler (D-Davenport)

Wolfe (D-Clinton)

Those voting Nay (against scooping ITG funds)

Bacon (R-Slater)

Baltimore (R-Boone)

Baudler (R-Greenfield)

Bergan (R-Dorchester)

Best (R-Glidden)

Bloomingdale (R-Northwood)

Carlin (R-Sioux City)

Carlson (R-Muscatine)

Cohoon (D-Burlington)

Cownie (R-West Des Moines)

Deyoe (R-Nevada)

Dolecheck (R-Mt. Ayr)

Fisher (R-Montour)

Forbes (D-Urbandale)

Fry (R-Osceola)

Gassman (R-Scarville)

Grassley (R-New Hartford)

Gustafson (R-Cumming)

Hagenow (R-Windsor Heights)

Hager (R-Waukon)

Hall (D-Sioux City)

Hanusa (R-Council Bluffs)

Heartsill (R-Melcher-Dallas)

Heaton (R-Mt. Pleasant)

Hein (R-Monticello)

Highfill (R-Johnston)

Hinson (R-Marion)

Holt (R-Denison)

Holz (R-LeMars)

Huseman (R-Aurelia)

Jones (R-Sioux Rapids)

Kacena (D-Sioux City)

Kaufmann (R-Wilton)

Kerr (R-Morning Sun)

Klein (R-Keota)

Koester (R-Ankeny)

Landon (R-Ankeny)

Lundgren (R-Peosta)

Maxwell (R-Gibson)

McKean (R-Anamosa)

Miller (D-Fort Dodge)

Mohr (R-Bettendorf)

Mommsen (R-DeWitt)

Moore (R-Griswold)

Nunn (R-Bondurant)

Oldson (D-Des Moines)

Olson (D-Des Moines)

Ourth (D-Ackworth)

Paustian (R-Walcott)

Pettengill (R-Mt. Auburn)

Prichard (D-Charles City)

Rizer (R-Marion)

Salmon (R-Janesville)

Sexton (R-Rockwell City)

Sheets (R-Moulton)

Sieck (R-Glenwood)

Smith, M. (D-Marshalltown)

Staed (D-Cedar Rapids)

Taylor, R. (R-West Des Moines)

Taylor, T. (D-Cedar Rapids)

Thede (D-Bettendorf)

Upmeyer (R-Clear Lake)

Vander Linden (R-Oskaloosa)

Watts (R-Adel)

Wheeler (R-Orange City)

Wills (R-Spirit Lake)

Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley)

Worthan (R-Storm Lake)

Zumbach (R-Coggon)

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