How the Maryland Senate voted on passed gun-control legislation

The Maryland Senate voted 28 to 19 on Thursday night to sign off on changes made by the House of Delegates to a sweeping gun-control bill. The legislation now goes to Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) for his signature. Here’s how the senators voted:

Voting for the bill (28 Democrats)

Joanne C. Benson (D-Prince George’s)

James Brochin (D-Baltimore County)

Joan Carter Conway (D-Baltimore)

Ulysses Currie (D-Prince George’s)

Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore)

Jennie M. Forehand (D-Montgomery)

Brian E. Frosh (D-Montgomery)

Robert J. Garagiola (D-Montgomery)

Lisa A. Gladden (D-Baltimore)

Verna L. Jones-Rodwell (D-Baltimore)

Edward J. Kasemeyer (D-Baltimore County)

Delores G. Kelley (D-Baltimore County)

Nancy J. King (D-Montgomery)

Richard S. Madaleno Jr. (D-Montgomery)

Roger Manno (D-Montgomery)

Nathaniel J. McFadden (D-Baltimore)

Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert)

Karen S. Montgomery (D-Montgomery)

C. Anthony Muse (D-Prince George’s)

Douglas J. J. Peters (D-Prince George’s)

Paul G. Pinsky (D-Prince George’s)

Catherine E. Pugh (D-Baltimore)

Victor R. Ramirez (D-Prince George’s)

Jamie B. Raskin (D-Montgomery)

James N. Robey (D-Howard)

James C. Rosapepe (D-Prindce George’s)

Ronald N. Young (D-Frederick)

Robert A. Zirkin (D-Baltimore County)

Voting against the bill (12 Republicans, 7 Democrats)

Republicans:

David R. Brinkley (R-Frederick)

Richard F. Colburn (R-Dorchester)

George C. Edwards (R-Garrett)

Joseph M. Getty (R-Carroll)

Barry Glassman (R-Harford)

Nancy Jacobs (R-Harford)

J. B. Jennings (R-Baltimore County)

Allan H. Kittleman (R-Howard)

E. J. Pipkin (R-Cecil)

Edward R. Reilly (R-Anne Arundel)

Christopher B. Shank (R-Washington)

Bryan W. Simonaire (R-Anne Arundel)

Democrats:

John C. Astle (D-Anne Arundel)

James E. DeGrange Sr. (D-Anne Arundel)

Roy P. Dyson (D-St. Mary’s)

Katherine A. Klausmeier (D-Baltimore County)

James N. Mathias Jr. (D-Wicomico)

Thomas M. Middleton (D-Charles)

Norman R. Stone Jr. (D-Baltimore County)

John Wagner has covered Maryland government and politics for The Post since 2004.
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